We’re loving the vibe of this Palm Springs inspiration shoot designed by SoCal’s Couture Events. The pops of red are fresh and timeless especially in the modern invitations designed by Posh Paperie and sweet florals by Wallflower Inspiration. All the pretty details were captured by Garrett Richardson Photography who also capitalized on the Spanish architecture and four acres of lush gardens at the Avalon Hotel with some incredible fine art portraits. Get ready to be inspired!Click to expand for more
Toast and Toss
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New York City Elopement
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BHLDN & Stripes
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Let them have cake!
our twist on the traditional cake and punch reception
Christmas Tree Hunting
documenting your firsts
Lemon & Thyme
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berry inspired loveliness
voyage on the sea
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moroccan inspired cakes
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the dreamiest elopement yet
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Amelia Island Wedding
pale blue accents and tons of glamour
lavender in the garden
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jewel toned dinner party
(and we've invited the pup!)
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holly and jason's 7 course feast
Green with Envy
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gorgeous blooms from botanical stylist lauryl lane
East Coast Style
a new york yacht club wedding
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Black & Tan
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berries & velvet
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Ruche spring lookbook
fresh, sweet, and oh so lovely
southern california elegance
inspiration from the english countryside
Bouquets by the Season
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keeping it natural
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and stay inspired! lessons from a creative pro!
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custom perfume bar
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it's a new year
wed in style
berries & stripes
Love on film
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The Language of Flowers
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adorned in petals
ideas for flowers in your hair
gilded, merry and bright
Fuschia and Lipstick Red
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our favorite bridesmaids of 2012
Pippin Hill Farm
the loveliest shoot ever!
Like Mother Like Daughter
and the darlingest bridal party
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Lush Fall Styling from Jen Huang
Black & White
a modern california wedding
Loft Inspired romance
and the prettiest gilded cake ever!
Dos Pueblos Ranch
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the loveliest rehearsal dinner dress ever. ever.
jacksonhole wedding (and the loveliest dress ever!)
Surf & Sand
a new take on nautical
cake & punch
southern weddings feature by lady grey
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Bridal Party Style
a take on florida inspired fashion
our top 10 absolute favorites
Key's Creek Lavender Farm
jewel toned wedding inspiration styled by Lady Grey
Peach Sangria Gets Married
Inspiration Becomes a Wedding
keep it fun!
go bold and get a little neon in your life!
We think you will too.
We’re excited to bring you a taste of some gorgeous old world inspiration. The Old Ursuline Convent is one of the oldest buildings in the heart of the historic French Quarter in New Orleans. The location’s classic romanticism served as the inspiration for this beautiful styled shoot designed by Sapphire Events. The ivory, grey and slate blue color palette of the convent was blended with varying shades of purple and lavender—like in the stunning bouquet by Kim Starr Wise— to bring a modern feel to the aged backdrop. A hand painted lavender and blueberry cake by Melissa’s Fine Pastries as well as the grey stationery by Julie Ha were elements that brought an undeniable elegant charm. We love it and know you will too when you see all the gorgeous photography by Matt and Julie Weddings.Click to expand for more
Photography: Matt and Julie Weddings // Design: Sapphire Events // Florals: Kim Starr Wise // Calligraphy: Julie Ha // Venue: Old Ursuline Convent // Groom’s Suit: Luca Falcone // Bride’s Gown: Blanc Bridal // Cake: Melissa’s Fine Pastries // Rentals: Pret A Fete // Makeup: Ashley Sievert Beauty // Hair: Glow Beauty Bar
We’ve got crazy heart-eyes for this gorgeous shoot directed by Victoria Cameron whose inspiration was her unabashed love of ranunculus. Victoria loves the particular bloom for “the unpredictability of their stems which can look like they’re misbehaving; instead it gives me a sense of playfulness.” She enlisted and all-star team including Rose Apple Flowers and Galina Dixon to create a fresh, happy and exceptionally beautiful scene filled with at Victoria’s at Ewingsdale. And with Byron Loves Fawn the result is pure, sherbert-hued magic that we know you’ll love this one as much as we do!Click to expand for more
Creative Direction/Styling: Victoria Cameron // Photography: Byron Loves Fawn // Floral design: Rose Apple Flowers // Venue: Victoria’s at Ewingsdale // Stationery: Galina Dixon // Linen and flatware: Prop It Pretty // Rentals: The One Day House // Dress: Dan Jones at The Bridal Atelier // Hair & Makeup Artist: Carla Sakrzewski
What better way to celebrate the Fourth of July than with some patriotic wedding inspiration?! This styled elopement by A Beyoutiful Fête Events & Design is set in Washington D.C. with a backdrop of some of our country’s most iconic monuments! Even the cake by Catherine George Cakes features a fondant-design of The Capital—and it’s SUNNING!! We’re also loving the color palette’s spin on the good ol’ red, white and blue—it’s updated with blush pinks, pale blues, with touches of cabernet, gold, and rose gold. So enjoy these beautiful images from Amilia Photography and have a wonderful holiday weekend!!Click to expand for more
From the team: The sun was barely coming up over the serene tidal basin in Washington D.C. when our couple held each other close and read sweet vows to each other. This Jefferson Memorial Elopement styled shoot was inspired by the classic architecture of the Memorial, Capitol, and Washington Monument, with a touch of whimsy.
Our color palette was composed of blush pinks, pale blues, with touches of cabernet, gold, and rose gold. The couple’s whimsical pink bike was adorned with beautiful flowers and represents their new adventure into marriage.
Every detail of their elopement was carefully curated and meaningful to the couple. The bride’s bouquet was wrapped with delicate silk ribbon with the calligraphy scripture, “Where you go I will go, where you stay I will stay” (Ruth 1:16) written on it, their vows were beautifully scripted in blue watercolor, and the calligraphy champagne bottle marked the occasion. Shimmery rose gold and pale blue elopement announcements were sent out to their closest friends and family to join them for a brunch fete in celebration.
Their warm-white wedding cake had The Capitol crafted in sugar as well as delicate vines of blush pink sugar roses climbing the two tiers. The white leaves perfectly mirrored the bride’s couture lace gown. The newlyweds shared a sweet picnic on the steps of the Jefferson Memorial, sipped on celebratory champagne, and cut their beautiful wedding cake with the Washington Memorial as their backdrop. It doesn’t get more classically romantic than this!
Photographer: Amilia Photography // Planning & Design: A Beyoutiful Fête Events & Design // Floral Design & Bike: Joy & Co. Events // Invitation Suite: Dreamcatcher Stationery // Cake: Catherine George Cakes // Vows & Champagne Bottle: Kirsten Marie Design // Hair: Kirsten Marie Design // Makeup: Laura Henderson Makeup // Jewelry: Everistta Bridal // Dress: White Swan Bridal Boutique // Tux: The Black Tux
We’re loving this masculine-inspired shoot at The 1912 —a brand new Santa Ana venue. The creatives, led bySugar Branch Events, were inspired by copper, leather, cement and whiskey and sophisticated vibe. Add in a real couple in love and the shoot is sure to inspire. We’re definitely digging the unique floral designs by The Bloom of Time and the gorgeous food styling by 24 Carrots. And, what’s more perfect for a groom than whisky-inspired details?? Check out these beautifully captured images by Brett Hickman Photographers for all the details!Click to expand for more
From the team: The shoot centered around a farmhouse table covered with a rich cognac leather runner and white blooms. Each type of flower was arranged in its own vase for a masculine touch, and paired with greenery, copper-sprayed eucalyptus and suede-like magnolia leaves. Each set of matte gray plates was wrapped in a metallic hand-lettered leather strap to serve as the place card, and was accented with a deep blue cotton linen napkin loosely wrapped with a black velvet ribbon. Maidenhair fern favors planted in handmade cement and copper pots served as the individual favor at each setting. Small bottles of bourbon served as the escort cards, wrapped in a copper, hand-painted sleeve. Catering included a miniature Bites & Shots menu of succulent beef with dark beer shooters and Moscow mules (in tiny copper cups) paired with the cutest little sliders you ever did see!
To add a touch of personality that might suit the gay community, the paper goods utilize slight innuendos to classic gay culture (like the invitation attire reference to a “white party,” outshining the bride, and the word “commitment”). Even the signature drinks are a reflection of the masculinity and spicy Latin culture of our gentlemen couple.
Photography: Brett Hickman Photographers // Design & Coordination: Sugar Branch Events // Florist: The Bloom of Time // Stationery: Paper Plane Paperie // Calligraphy: Aria Paperie // Paper Goods: The Original Pear // Venue: The 1912 by 24 Carrots // Wardrobe: Friar Tux, Eric Acuna // Makeup: Design Visage, Kelsey Connelly // Food & Beverage: 24 Carrots // Cake: Simply Sweet Cakery // Vintage Rentals (furniture, glassware): Sundrop Vintage // Rentals (flatware, plates, napkins): Classic Party Rentals