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Inspired by the classic French countryside wedding vibe, the team behind today’s French Blue in the County inspiration shoot put their own spin on the theme Mount Peak Farm in the Pacific Northwest. Details like lace, a blue palette, white florals and fresh blueberries adorning a lovely ribbon-wrapped cake are just a few of the details that attracted us to this shoot captured by Janet Lin Photography with design and florals by Chloe Nicole Weddings, coordination by Brick + Willow, stationery by Love Fern Design Studio  at  Mount Peak Farm with a cake by QFC Bakery.

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From the planners: Inspired by the quaint & picturesque essence of the French countryside, this romantic wedding inspiration at Mount Peak Farm in the Pacific Northwest will make you feel like you’ve stepped right into a dream…or the rolling hills of Provence. Designers Brick + Willow and Chloe Nicole Weddings put a fresh spin on the classic French countryside wedding. Luxurious shades of blue, from velvet linens & ribbon to the intentional addition of fresh blueberries throughout make this wedding inspiration all its own.

Love Fern Design Studio crafted the most fitting stationery suite and place cards for this soft & romantic affair. The florals were a key element of the design, with the goal of achieving a romantic, timeless, and elegant look. Big white blooms and luscious greens created a stunning display of full arrangements down the table and all throughout the ceremony space. Loose greens and slight pops of texture added the perfect garden-like feel to the entire shoot. A classic iron arch with whimsical greens and pops of white roses created a romantic ceremony site. The bride was breath-taking in her off-the-shoulder full lace gown from Weddings With Joy and classic hair and make up look by Paper Dolls NW. The groom swept her off her feet with his charming smile and dapper ensemble from Men’s Wearhouse.

An enchanting tablescape placed in the midst of a sunlit pathway made for the dreamiest intimate reception. CORT Party Rental & BBJ Linen created a table design filled with texture, soft blues, and antiqued silver tones. A creekside vignette of vintage furniture from Remember Me Pretty established a peaceful retreat for specialty cocktails, cake and toasts.

Photography: Janet Lin Photography // Design & Florals: Chloe Nicole Weddings // Coordination: Brick + Willow // Stationery: Love Fern Design Studio // Venue: Mount Peak Farm // Wedding Dress & Veil: Weddings With Joy // Cake: QFC Bakery // Linens Rentals: BBJ Linen // Chairs & Tableware Rentals: Cort Party Rentals // Hair & Make Up: Paper Dolls NW // Specialty Rentals: Remember Me Pretty // Videography: Logan Carter Productions // Models: Ellie Mae Brody and Carson Fletcher // Ring Box: The Mrs. Box

 

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If there was ever a time that we were truly seeking all the beauty to be found NOW IS IT. This stunning ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ editorial is filled with all the fanciful beauty that Elizabeth Gopal of Eastmade Event Co. is known for. We’re obsessing over the bountiful spring garden vibes, paired the more abstract fashion trends of New York City and the way it’s brought to life through amazing vendors like florist La Fleur du Jour with makeup by Stacie Ford Weddings  and hair by Hair by LT , gowns by Marchesa, accessories by Jennifer Behr , calligraphy by Shotgunning for Love  and cake by Fleur and Flour. Enjoy it all in these stunning images by Catherine Threlkeld captured at Sophie Kaye Photography Workshop—we know we are.

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Photography: Catherine Threlkeld // Creative Direction/Styling: Eastmade Event Co // Florals: La Fleur du Jour // Makeup: Stacie Ford Weddings // Hair: Hair by LT // Gowns: Marchesa // Accessories: Jennifer Behr // Rings: Victor Barbone Jewelry // Calligraphy: Shotgunning for Love // Cake: Fleur and Flour // Models: Ashley Harris, Klaudie Kovac and Tsubasa Watanabe // Ring Box: The Mrs. Box

 

The team behind this gorgeous inspiration shoot led by photographers Kayla Tiffany PhotographyAmber Lynn Photography and designer Collectives by Diana set out to combine a feeling of fun, light-heartedness with effortlessly cool sensibilities. The result is beautiful and we’re here for all of it! Stunning and graphic florals are by Dear Bayard with stationery by I can do that design and a cake by By Pensa. We’re loving the bold, yet elegant vibes and it’s all here for you in these gorgeous images.

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from the team: The bride is edgy, but romantic and The Alba Room at the Foundry was the perfect blank canvas to create that atmosphere for a small wedding party. The white-washed brick walls adds intrigue with its texture yet allows for a clean backdrop. I love how the glass roof fills the room with light. It gives the feeling of being outside even though it’s indoors. High ceilings also make space feel bigger. This is important when the max capacity is 70 people and you want to maintain a feeling of airiness.

We kept the bride’s gown simple yet elegant. This is one of Tatyana Merenyuk’s signature looks. The chiffon gown embodies romance. It’s soft, fun, and moves with ease. The blush color of the dress embraces femininity. It’s complemented with the bride’s platinum blonde hair, styled in an effortlessly chic blunt cut softened with waves.

As for the tablescape, we chose pastel shades of blues, pinks, and pops of yellows to set the whimsical tone. With modern romance in mind, orchids make a statement and add a tropical edge when combined with selected romantic blooms. To tie the look together, we draped the dinner table with beautiful natural linens set with pastel blue plates and deckled edge menus. No wedding is complete without the cake! “By Pensa” baked this sleek two-tiered cake adorned with a whimsical bloom sprouting up along the side. Finally, we crafted some beautiful cocktails and bubblies. They add a sophisticated twist to refreshments on those hot summer days, keeping guests happy and dancing the night away.

Photographer 1: Kayla Tiffany Photography // Photographer 2: Amber Lynn Photography // Designer: Collectives by Diana // Florist: Dear Bayard // Stationery: I can do that design // Venue: The Foundry // Dress: Tatyana Merenyuk // Hair: Andy Tseng Hair // MUA: Anny Chow Bridal // Cake: By Pensa // Linens: The Bayith // Bride: Eleonora Leo // Groom: Alex Contell

 

In Love Photography and florist Fleur Weddings combined forces to create this elegant and romantic inspiration shoot in Ireland’s Markree Castle. The castle’s luxurious French style with gilded gold, paneling, and grey blue walls with natural light streaming through the large doors and windows overlooking sprawling gardens set the gorgeous backdrop while spring blooms and romantic sensibilities flow through the design details including calligraphy by Calligraphy by Laura. Check in all out in these gorgeous film images.

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Photography: In Love Photography // Florist: Fleur Weddings // Calligraphy: Calligraphy by Laura // Venue: Markree Castle // Bridal Dress: Que Va // Film: Platinum Pictures // Makeup: Sara Duffy Make Up // Hair: Polished Hair & Beauty // Suit: A Hand Tailored Suit

 

We can’t resist a good reveal and bride Beatriz’s epic skirt swap has us enchanted. The classic cap sleeve, lace top and white taffeta skirt lent itself perfectly to Beatriz and TJ’s traditional cathedral ceremony and the second skirt of layered, blue tulle lent itself perfectly to the romantic garden vibes their Summerour Studio reception. Planning and design was by Taylor Dawn with floral and catering by Bold  and paper goods by Lairsey Paper Co. Just so much beauty in blue and you can see it all is these gorgeous images by Rustic White Photography.

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What made the wedding special and unique?

Our day turned out to be everything we wanted and we owe all of that to our fantastic vendors! We got married at the Cathedral of Christ the King in Buckhead and our reception was at Summerour Studio. We fell in love with Summerour Studio when we saw it because of the beautiful courtyard that makes you feel like you are in Europe and we loved the rustic look of the interior of the building. Everything was simple, elegant and with a pop of blue!

Tell us about the gown and where/how you found it!

I tried everything! I didn’t go into the process with a vision, but I quickly became fond of the idea of separates and wanted a simple and elegant look. This worked well with my longtime dream of wearing blue at my wedding. My mom came down from NJ for a weekend and we went on a dress trying marathon (not even kidding!). At Kelly’s Closet in Atlanta, I quickly fell in love with the Lea Ann Belter separates – the detail on the lace top is amazing! On that same weekend, the Sentimentalist in Atlanta was having a Chantel Lauren trunk show with the blue Mae gown that I had always dreamed of trying on. Everything felt perfect once I had the blue skirt on and I knew it would pair perfectly with the Lea-Ann Belter lace top for the reception. It was a match that allowed me to have everything I wanted on my wedding day!

What was the most memorable part of the day?

My family is Spanish so we had our DJ play Spanish music before dinner as most of the wedding guests wouldn’t recognize the music and we wanted to play more recognizable songs after dinner. It started with all my family and some of our guests on the dance floor dancing to traditional Spanish music and next thing you know all of our friends and family joined!! It was so much fun and dance lessons were being given! Dinner had been served and everyone was still on the dance floor so the DJ asked if anyone planned on eating dinner and everyone laughed. That was a special moment for us and so much fun to see our family and friends coming together in support of Spanish traditions.

 

What was your something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue?

My dress was my something new and a bracelet from my Mom was my something borrowed. And my something blue – well that was everything! I love blue and I can’t thank Taylor (my wedding planner / everything) enough for helping make my crazy blue dreams come true. There were blue accents throughout the day and of course the blue skirt that I paired with my Lea Ann Belter top for the reception!

 

Tell us how you met and became engaged.

In Hoboken, NJ on the waterfront with two of our best friends! I grew up in NJ and we met and lived in Hoboken for four years before moving to Atlanta, GA. It is actually quite the funny story. We were staying with our friends Brooke and Alex who I’ve known since 5th grade. Brooke actually introduced T.J. and I as she went to Penn State with him. T.J. called Brooke and Alex earlier that week so they strategized that we’d walk along the waterfront in Hoboken and then head to my favorite sushi spot for dinner. We were walking around the water and T.J. asked if Brooke and Alex could get a picture of us, my response: “Come on – we aren’t tourists! We lived here forever!” I finally gave in for one picture and immediately started walking away completely not realizing that T.J. was getting down on one knee to propose! It was an easy yes! Hoboken will always have a special place in our hearts and this moment solidified it.

 

Photographer: Rustic White Photography // Design + Planning: Taylor Dawn // Floral & Catering: Bold // Paper Goods: Lairsey Paper Co. // Venue: Summerour Studio // Hair and Makeup: Jennifer Nieman // Bridal Gown Ceremony: Lea-Ann Belter Bridal via Kelly’s Closet // Reception Skirt: Chantel Lauren Designs via The Sentimentalist // Groom’s Attire: Indochino // Bridesmaid’s Attire: Jenny Yoo via Bella Bridesmaids // Cake: Frosted Pumpkin // Custom Cookies: Pastry Shells // DJ: DJ Spontaneous // Draping: Event Drapery