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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

 

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Bright pinks, blues, violets and yellows bring this cheerful and timeless wedding inspiration from RSVP Event Designs together. Floral design by Melissa Broadwell is abundant with a show-stopping bouquet of lush and loose florals wrapped in soft mustard ribbon. Design elements focus on color, texture and natural beauty ranging from the intricate charger plates, brilliant wide centerpieces which are only enhanced by the wide open spaces of Nashville’s Green Door Gourmet. Check out all the details in these images by Stephanie Mason Photography & Co.—they are sure to delight!

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Photography: Stephanie Mason Photography & Co.  // Creative Direction: RSVP Event Designs // Floral Design: Melissa Broadwell // Paper Goods: Ink and Press Co. // Venue: Green Door Gourmet in Nashville, TN // Bridal Gown: Monique Lhuillier // Hair & Makeup: Erin V Ryser // Shoes: Bella Belle Shoes // Lingerie: Girl and a Serious Dream // Garters: Garter Girl // Jewelry: Waltons Jewelry // Menswear: Street Tuxedo // Table Top Rentals: White Glove Rentals // Linens: La Tavola Linen // Cake: Copper Whisk Cakes // Styling Surfaces: Locust Collection // Mixology: Bar Magnolia // Ribbon: Tono and Co. // Furniture Rentals: Please Be Seated Rentals // Candles: Creative Candles // Host: The Hybrid Collective // Host: Lauren Fair

 

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

Larger-than-life floral arrangements, a vibrant color palette, a show-stopping gown and the breathtaking backdrop of Barcelona—today’s editorial is the perfect way to kick off Valentine’s week. The team behind this sophisticated Spanish elopement inspiration includes floral designers RodriStudio & Maisonfrancis with invitations by Pearlyn and Paper, a Dora Sasu gown and gorgeous film photography captured by Lena Karelova Photography.

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From the team:  this editorial, we decided to showcase an elopement in the picturesque city of Barcelona, featuring inspiring architecture, vibrant colors, and a look into Spanish culture. Barcelona, as an autonomous city from the rest of Spain, exhibits the multidimensional sides of an incredibly diverse location with fascinating history and landmarks, as well as, a fervent society extremely proud of its heritage but also very progressive and multicultural.

With so many incredible inspirational shoots already in the region with a focus on old-world architecture and classic elegance, we wanted to bring something fresh and unique without compromising timelessness. We sought to bring the vibrancy of the city by choosing a rooftop as a setting, a much more modern and unexpected choice for the contemporary couple that provides incredible city views. We made sure to choose a couple that had immigrated to the city, as this is very representative of its culture today: multicultural, and inviting, especially to destination couples!

While still taking into account the undeniable history nestled within the city’s architecture, we chose to have the couple exchange vows in front of the Palau de Justicia, or the Supreme Court of Catalonia, located in the heart of the city’s old quarter by the Arc de Triumf.

Designed with the fashionable couple in mind, the bride wore a custom lace gown by Dora Sasu that blended timeless with sexy elegance, while the groom showed a more contemporary style with a navy-blue suit. The rentals and décor translated into a casual yet polished and vibrant reception, a clean and elegant table scape, which helped bring to life the location’s lively culture.

This elopement has a contemporary feel that manages to remain timeless and embedded with delicate fine art moments, like the hand painted invitation, featuring an ode to the florals, as well as the architecture with a hand drawn image of one of the city’s most historical landmarks, namely the Barcelona Cathedral.

Speaking of florals, designers Sandrine of Maison Francis and Angel of Rodri Studio, chose to showcase their talents as separate yet cohesive pieces, by merging the more lavish and luxurious style of the centerpiece with the timeless chic of the bridal bouquet, while making sure to focus on color as one of the most important aspects of the shoot. Inspired by the incredibly rich tones found throughout the city and the region as a whole, and with muted colors so often misconstrued as the only representation of what fine art exudes, we thought it was important to showcase this to couples who might want to infuse color into their big day, and how they can do so while remaining undeniably tasteful and sophisticated.

What is also great about Barcelona as a perfect elopement location is that not only you get to say “I do” in this vibrant city, but it also doubles as a honeymoon spot for couples to explore the city in depth and serve as a connecting point to continue the adventure in other European cities nearby.

Let’s face it, modern-day elopement in Barcelona, sounds like perfection!

Photography:  Lena Karelova Photography // Floral Design: RodriStudio & Maisonfrancis // Invitations: Pearlyn and Paper // Dress: Dora Sasu // MUAH: HairLookStyle // Linen: Nüage Designs // Model: Sofya