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This Georgian Blue editorial was set in the beautiful historic city of Bath, England. Georgian blue and silver tones complimented The Royal Crescent Hotel’s lavish and unique interiors and there was an emphasis on subtle opulence and contemporary detailing throughout the styling by Lily & Sage. Romantic white florals were by The Rose Shed, incandescent silver leaf hand-dyed silk ribbons were created for the shoot byLancaster & Cornish, calligraphy invitations designed by Victoria Krav, a textured ribbon-wrapped cake by Edible Essence and the bride wore a stunning gown Lee Petra Grebenau. The details are timeless it’s befitting that it’s all captured so beautifully on film by fine art photographer Alexander J Collins.

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Styling & Planning: Lily & Sage // Photography: Alexander J Collins // Flowers: The Rose Shed // Stationery: Victoria Krav // Location: The Royal Crescent Hotel, Bath // Dress Boutique: Morgan Davies Bridal // Dress Designer: Lee Petra Grebenau // Hair & Make Up: Marie Kelly of Lips & Locks // Table Linens & Napkins: Table To Dine For // Cake: Edible Essence // Ribbons: Lancaster & Cornish // Bridal Lingerie: Designed & Created by Nancy of Lily & Sage // Groom Attire: Mason & Sons // Rings: Grey-Harris & Co

 

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La Mariée Moderne—french for the modern bride—highlights the mix of styles that inspires the bride of today. Rebekah Bronte, of Bronte Bride, set out to capture the attention of a bride who loves feminine AND bold, soft AND geometric, classic AND modern. The shoot took place at Crestmont Hall and the details are in a palette of black and blush pink in geometric patterns and concepts used with subtlety. Florals are by Hen & Chicks, stationery and signage by Bexley Design Co. and cake by Bake My Day. Photography: Common and Company was on hand to capture the striking look in these beautiful images.

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Styling & Creative Direction: Rebekah Bronte from Bronte Bride // Photography: Common and Company // Florals: Hen & Chicks // Stationery & Signage: Bexley Design Co // Venue: Crestmont Hall // Dress Boutique: Novia Mia // Dress Designer: Tara Lauren // Hair & Makeup: Sydney Janzen // Nails: Drift Luxury Nail Bar // Chiffon Ribbon: Bexley Design Co // Feather Jacket & Shoes: Blondie Boutique // Jewelry: AH Design + DIY // Cake: Bake My Day // Model: Megan Lavoie

 

 

There was only one major source inspiration for this styled shoot: sorbet. Events by Courtney Ann and Danyelle Dee Photography designed the day at Gardener Ranch with a palette of oranges, greens and pinks. Seascape Flowers stayed true to the sorbet theme with soft, dreamy florals accented with citrus. The cake by Freedom Bakery is decked tangerine drizzle and greenery. You can’t go wrong with a lively, garden look and Danyelle Dee Photography‘s images capture all the sunny style.

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Photographer + Design: Danyelle Dee Photography // Planner + Design: Events by Courtney Ann // Florist: Seascape Flowers // Calligraphy/Invitation Suite: Heart Paper Soul // Venue: Gardener Ranch // Hair & Makeup Artist: BeautifulOne // Baker: Freedom Bakery // Bridal Attire: The Bridal Vault Co // Models: Cassandra // Tabletop Rentals: Chic Party Rentals // Table & Chair Rentals: The Chiavari Guys // Linen & Ribbons: Party Crush Studio // Ring Box: The Mrs. Box

 

Lindsey and Keith’s romance started when they were growing up in small-town Ohio and continued for ten years of long distance. Keith proposed on the Top of the Rock at the Rockefeller Center shortly after making the big apple their home and the couple celebrated with a big bash in their home town. This shoot, however, is a post-wedding portrait series at New York Public Library captured by Lauren Galloway  with florals by Designs By Ahn and it’s just so, so beautiful.

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While growing up in their small hometown of Osgood, Ohio, Lindsey & Keith met, fell in love and had a long distance relationship for many years as they both followed their career paths. Keith actually lived across the street from Lindsey’s Grandparent’s house while growing up and moved to her school in the third grade.

During college, Lindsey had internships that took her to England working at Alexander McQueen to the Gap in San Fransisco. Though her career in fashion took her to many different cities, they kept their long distance relationship going over 10 years. A few years ago they moved to New York City to start this new chapter of their lives together.

Keith proposed on the Top of the Rock at the Rockefeller Center shortly after making the big apple their home. It was a long time coming! With their roots still in Osgood, they choose their hometown to get married in, to be able to celebrate with all their family, friends and the entire community residents, around 300 guests!

With NYC being their home, it made sense to take one more couple’s shoot after the wedding. Without having to worry about the rush of a wedding day, they got back into the dress and suit, and we took beautiful morning portraits at the New York Public Library on 5th Avenue. It’s an iconic landmark that made for a stunning setting. Designs by Ahn created a delicate, organic bouquet for this shoot with a mixture of pinks, yellows and deep burgundy.

Her bridal jacket was made for a shot like the ones we took along 5th Avenue!  Lindsey had hand painted her new last name with a DIY kit by Bash Creative Design on a modern white leather jacket to wear at her reception. She also gifted black leather jackets to her bridesmaids each with their name hand painted on the inside collar. You would expect to see amazing style like this for a fashion designer’s wedding, like her Liz Martinez gown with placed lace and sheer bell sleeves, she nailed it!

Photography : Lauren Galloway // Floral Design: Designs By Ahn // Styling Board: Locust Collection // Venue: New York Public Library // Bridal Boutique: Spina // Bridal Gown: Liz Martinez // DIY Leather Jacket Calligraphy Kit: Bash Creative Design // Ring Box: The Mrs Box // Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab

 

Inspired by European accents, Eva and Co Events created this shoot with Pantone’s color of the year (PANTONE 16-1546 Living Coral if you’re wondering). The venue, The Gibson House, was built in the 19th century and features a Neoclassical architectural style, and  the team played it up with multiple dresses and details featuring the contrast between bold and soft. Florals are by The Budding Florist, stationery is by Jen K Calligraphy and Ji Chérir Photography was behind then lens capturing it all.

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Photographer: Ji Chérir Photography // Planner: Eva and Co Events // Florals: The Budding Florist // Stationery: Jen K Calligraphy // Venue: The Gibson House // Dress: Luxe Redux Bridal // Makeup: Reign Beauty Studio // Hair: Whitney Brezinski // Rentals & Linens: Cincinnati Event Rentals // Vintage Rentals: Queen City Vignette // Jewelry: Honey Designs Jewelry // Baked Goods: A Spoon Fulla Sugar & Lulu’s Sweet Bites // Models: Julia Hoon & Claudia Mariax // Ring Box: The Mrs. Box