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Paris is always a good idea—and we can’t wait for that good idea to be a possibility again. But, until then, this gorgeous inspiration shoot from Wike Zijlstra Photography and Michelle Wever Photography will have to do. Taking a cue from the backdrop of the city, the team employed a palette that includes beige with golden accents with accents of dusty pink and a crisp green. The gorgeous elopement scenes are captured at the Petit Palais—with the giant, gold door, Jardin du Tuileries for some garden vibes and ended with a champagne at Le Louvre. Florals are by The Bridal Blush with stationery by Leintjes and the gown is NOYA by Riki Dalal. Take in all the sights and scenes of Paris in these stunning images!

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Organization: Wike Zijlstra Photography & Michelle Wever Photography // Concept & Photography: Wike Zijlstra Photography // Floral Design: The Bridal Blush // Stationery: Leintjes // Dress: NOYA by Riki Dalal via La Bella Blanca // Make-up & Hair: Onorina Jomir Beauty // Couple: Stephanie Klaver & Martin van Dongen // Shoes: Bella Belle Shoes // Wedding rings: Marcel Vermeulen // Suit: ROKA // Hair piece: SIBO Designs


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Spring is happening and we are so here for it. The pink blossoms at Paynters Fruit Market orchard set the tone for this shoot from Jennifer Hodder Photography. Bold florals are by FleuRich Creations with details including adorable table settings by Birch Bar + Co. and it’s all captured in glowing springtime light by Jennifer Hodder Photography.

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Photography: Jennifer Hodder Photography // Florals: FleuRich Creations // Hair & Makeup: Kathryn Ramsay Esthetics // Location: Paynters Fruit Market // Details: (Cake topper, plate names, chair signs, balloons) Birch Bar + Co.

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

 

Lianna Marie Photography and I Do Details teamed up to bring the summer charm to life in this stunning wedding editorial incorporating soft coral and blush hues, textured linens, and romantic details. 
The coral and terracotta palette inspired the shoot, starting with the beautiful lush peonies and sherbet colored florals by Layers of Lovely, to the varietal bridesmaid dresses, to the Peridot Sweets floral-adorned cake and punctuated by the adorable cotton candy cart. The iconic Las Vegas Country Club set a beautiful backdrop for our wedding inspiration shoot nestled in the heart of Las Vegas and Lianna Marie Photography captured in all in these stunning film images.

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Photographer: Lianna Marie Photography // Stylist / Planner: I Do Details // Floral Designer: Layers of Lovely // Venue: Las Vegas Country Club // Film Lab: Photovision // Dress Designer: Anais Anette // Cake Designer: Peridot Sweets // Hair & Make-up Artist: Paperbag Beauty // Shoes: Jimmy Choo // Ring: T Bird Jewels // Ring Box: The Mrs Box // Trays: Dogwood Rentals // Perfume: Chanel // Rentals: RSVP Party Rentals

You guys—THE LlAMAS!!! Set on Island Alpaca, in Martha’s Vineyard this shoot is filled with boho inspo and—of course—llamas stealing the show. The editorial was planned by Susan La Reau Events with florals by Nectar and Root, paper and calligraphy by Meilifuous, bridal gown and accessories by Laure de Sagazan and a cake by Sugar Lane Cake Shop. Check out all the details in these images captured by Kylie Mones.

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from the planner:  timeless yet eccentric design is perfect for the bride who is looking for a hint of romance, and farm to table vibes. This shoot was set in the Vineyard’s alpaca fields, and nestled into the dunes of the island. It was subtly ornamented with an autumn motif, and its muted color scheme mixed in pop of pink hydrangea and garden roses. A fall floral runner lined the table and a low hanging installation arched overhead. Florals had a palette of chartreuse, viburnum berry, white poppies, a balance of neutral earth tones and grasses along with a touch of mauve and merlot.

This team of New England vendors made sure to incorporate the land and sea in subtle ways. The bride carried a raw arrangement of loose long stemmed florals and Leo the alpaca was adorned in jewel tones. The calligraphy suite was hand torn and accented with a copper wax seal, featuring a custom portrait of Leo as the envelope liner. Details also included Belvoir Elderflower and Rose Presse welcome drinks, and an organic wedding cake of buttercream, a cake full of sugar berries, flowers and birds! All the pieces were woven together, each of them featuring the vendors vision and craft – a delicate interpretation of a timeless quiet beauty full of personality and gleaming with a genuine love from our real couple who volunteered for this styled shoot.

The bride wore a Laure de Sagazan dress, veil and hairpiece — that the cake artist used inspiration from. Shoes were Ellen Tracy and the ring a touch of something old, in an amonie ring case. We hope you love this; it’s all fields and dunes.

Photography: Kylie Mones // Planner: Susan La Reau Events // Florals: Nectar and Root // Paper and Calligraphy: Meilifuous  // Venue: Island Alpaca, Martha’s Vineyard // Dress, veil and hairpiece: Laure de Sagazan // Hair + Makeup: Jenny Luu // Cake: Sugar Lane Cake Shop // Rentals: Party Rental LTD // Our couple: Sam Ringer and Brett Nagle