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Natural wood tones paired with warm mustard and ivory hues give off bright, fresh vibes in this shoot by Pacific Engagements.  The details were kept fairly simple so the outdoor courtyard ofThe Hall at Fauntleroy could speak for itself. The result is springy and romantic with florals by From the Ground Up Floral, stationery by Noteworthy Ink Designs and images captured by Audrey Norman Photography.

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Design/Coordination: Pacific Engagements // Photography: Audrey Norman Photography // Floral: From the Ground Up Floral // Stationery: Noteworthy Ink Designs // Venue: The Hall at Fauntleroy // Dress: Siobhan by Wtoo by Watters from Calla Bridal // Hand Lettering: Chalk Boss // Beauty: Yessie Libby // Jewelry: Joseph Jewelry // Table Decor: Pottery Barn // Linens: CORT Party Rental

 

 

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Photographer Ulviyya Mammadova attended Tamara Gigola‘s workshop in Kazbegi, Georgia—a breathtaking locale known for its natural beauty and mind-blowing mountain view—and the result is this stunning “Intertwined Hearts” inspiration shoot.  Minimalistic, organic details is the design by Peony Studio Events including gathered wild flowers by Katerina Kazakova & Nastasya Panina, woven macrame and headpiece. Black color in the stationery and the cake brought in an even more dramatic and aristocratic mood that’s sure to ignite inspiration in all our bohemian brides. 

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Photographer: Ulviyya Mammadova // Workshop: Tamara Gigola // Organization/Concept/Decor: Peony Studio Events // Florists: Katerina Kazakova & Nastasya Panina // Cake: Katya Nabirkina // Video: Studio Moments // Dress: Cathytelle // MUAH: Yana Bendeliani // Accessories: Olga Delice // Model agency: Look Models Management // Models: Max Macharashvili  / Qeto Qushashvili // Macrame: Svetlana Shchepkina // Dishes: Re Table

 

Planner Simply Charming Socials and host Four Corners Photography  put together a stunning inspiration shoot that aimed to show brides how to create a clean, beautiful, modern wedding in an otherwise empty, open space. Crisp whites, organic details, lush greenery, and florals create the perfect look for a modern wedding space and reception. Climbing greenery by Gold & Bloom Floral Design on the walls is a gorgeous backdrop for the ceremony site, accentuating the attention on the brides—one in a Houghton NYC pantsuit and dreamy Jaclyn Jordan NY cape, while the other bride wears a simple Rebecca Schoneveld gown. Christa O’Brien Photography was behind the lens capturing this fresh spin on the industrial loft wedding design.

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Photographer: Christa O’Brien Photography // Host: Four Corners Photography // Design & Styling: Simply Charming Socials // Florals: Gold & Bloom Floral Design // Venue: Ambient Studio // Bridal Shop: The Sentimentalist // Dress Designers: Rebecca Schoneveld (Lani’s Dress) // Cake: Peche Petite Boutique Bakery // Pantsuit: Houghton NYC // Hair Accessory: Jennifer Behr // Cape: Jaclyn Jordan NY // Hair & Makeup: Jade Jamrozy Hair & Makeup Artistry // Paper Goods: Minted. // Rings: Trumpet & Horn // Talent: Kristin Brock with Salt Agency & Lani Beale // Plates & Glassware: Blue Eyed Yonder // Furniture: Presentime Rentals // Ring Box: The Mrs. Box

 

Planner Gabby of Banks & Leaf and photographer Lisa O Dwyer came together at Ireland’s historic Gloster House to produce this breathtaking inspiration shoot. The estate of the venue is stunning with old-world architecture and landscapes while the moody glam of the details give it a fresh, romantic tone. Rose-centric florals by Dash Caffrey are gathered and gorgeous, Lenka Calligraphy updates classic calligraphy with bold colors and whimsical lettering, and Cupcakes and Counting steals the show with a spectacular three-tiered black cake with gold leafing and decadent sugar roses. Check out the romantic inspiration story and these gorgeous Lisa O Dwyer below.

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The story of this inspiration shoot is of a beautiful red-haired Irish girl who lives in a very classical romantic country house in the countryside. She falls in love with a city-boy from Dublin. She shows him the beauty of the Irish countryside and the classical beauty of the house where she grew up. She envisions two looks for her wedding.

In the first look with a gold silk dress from House of Delphine (a French designer living in County Kerry), she is the Irish Queen Maebh. The meaning of the Irish of her name is “she who intoxicates” or “mead woman” (mead is the Celtic honey-wine which is the origin of the word “honeymoon”). Her crystal crown is from Gems & Bones. Her bouquet has tones of copper and autumn, foraged around the florist’s property in County Cavan.

The second look that the bride envisions is classic and timeless, a white lace dress and veil by House of Delphine. The lace reminds her of her ancestors and the legacy of her family and Irish lace-making. Her bouquet is lush with tones of red. The red reminds her that winter is coming and that the red berries of the rowan tree and holly will be decorating the Irish landscape.

The dinner will be set for the wedding inside her home at Gloster House. She loves the dark richness of the centuries-old family table for the wedding meal. She has a dark cake with handmade sugar flowers by Cup Cakes and Counting. Her stationery is in navy, cream, crimson, and gold by Lenka Calligraphy. Her family heirlooms play a part in the dinner setting…she is home for now.

Photographer: Lisa O Dwyer // Stylist / Planner: Banks & Leaf // Floral Designer: Dash Caffrey // Stationery: Lenka Calligraphy // Venue: Gloster House // Film Lab: Boutique Film Lab // Dress Designer: House of Delphine // Cake Designer: Cupcakes and Counting // Quartz Crowns: Etsy  // Makeup: Beth W Makeup // Hair: Michaella OHalloran

 

 

Today we’re bringing you another stunning vision from Portland stylist Ginny Au. The Oregon coast and it’s low lying fog set the beautiful ethereal tone. Wild and unruly florals and a drifwood installation are by Ponderosa & Thyme. The earthy palette in the wedding stationery by JENNY SANDERS feels totally on trend adding depth to the femininity of the blush hues throughout. Fresh vibes are woven through the textured seaside tablescape with silk ribbons and runner by FrouFrou Chic and ceramics by Notary Ceramics. The final look is breezy and romantic and it’s all captured beautifully by Aperture Vision.

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Photographer: Aperture Vision // Host: Tyler Rye // Stylist: Ginny Au // Floral Design: Ponderosa & Thyme // Venue: Historic Reed House // Makeup and Hair: Austie Eckley // Ribbon & Table Runner: FrouFrou Chic // Table Ceramics: Notary Ceramics // Film Lab: Photo Vision Prints