This gorgeous fiesta themed wedding comes to us from Michael Stephens Photography, based in Atascadero, California! Here’s Michael to tell us more:
This tastefully vintage day was smoked with old Spanish architecture, fresh succulents and unceasing laughter. The old era atmosphere took guests to a different time to relax, celebrate and enjoy the joining of the beautiful Alexandria and Christopher.
This romantic country club wedding comes to us from Jonathan of Gonzalez J. Photography & Design Studio, based in Washington, DC! Here’s Jonathan to tell us more:
It’s hard to describe all the emotions a bride experiences as she anticipates seeing her groom for the first time. But there’s one thought that runs through the mind of every bride. Just like Kimberly said, “I hope that Simon thinks I’m beautiful.” And of course, Simon’s first thought upon seeing her was “Wow, she looks really beautiful!” As if there was any doubt?!
We just love all the charming details and the lush color scheme in today’s real wedding, brought to us by Lauren Groeper of Chancey Charm! Here’s Lauren to tell us more:
This wedding has special meaning for Lauren, the ChanceyCharm coordinator, because she had the opportunity to help plan and design the perfect wedding for her sister Caitlin and new brother-in-law, Shawn.
Today’s fun and inspiring guest post comes to us from Maddison Wallace of Paperlust, based in Victoria, Australia! Enjoy:
Choosing a colour palette for your wedding can be one of the most difficult parts of the planning process, since it influences every other element of the day. There are the tried-and-true, go-to colour combinations that everyone loves, but sometimes they just seem too predictable. If that’s you, we have a suggestion you might not have considered: green and yellow. Chances are you haven’t seen a green and yellow wedding done, so it might be hard to imagine. You might be a little skeptical, picturing gaudy fluros or ugly Australiana kitsch, but hear us out. Green and yellow can be a knockout choice, you just have to do it right.
Today’s guest post comes to us from Wendy Dessler from OutreachMama. Enjoy!
The Pantone Color of the Year for 2017 is “greenery” – reflecting the popular desire by couples to return to nature. Palettes are inspired by spring’s earthiness and the newly thawed ground as life returns and winter retreats, or by the pretty pale shades of early flowers just starting to bloom. Along with the Color of the Year, Pantone highlights nine other influential colors, which, in different combinations make up the most highly anticipated color palettes of the New Year.
This timelessly elegant real wedding comes to us from Meredith Corning of Meredith Events, based in Little Rock, Arkansas! Here’s the lovely bride to tell us more:
Literally every aspect of our wedding day was magical. The day was spent surrounded by the most important people in our lives, as we commenced the biggest chapter of our lives yet. Were there mistakes? Sure. Were there some things I forgot to do or others forgot to do? Likely so. Do I remember what those things were? No, not at all.
This fun-filled rustic wedding, brought to us by Jaquilyn Shumate Photography, is brimming with delightful details that embrace the local landscape from the lavender in the bouquets to the berries on the shortcake! Here’s May, Sarah and Paul’s wedding planner from The Wedding Haven, to tell us more:
Sarah and Paul decided that they wanted to have an intimate wedding with some of their closest family and friends at the Lake Crescent Lodge which is located within the Olympic National Park in Seattle. The venue is breath-taking; it ooks out on a hemlock- and fir-surrounded lake, with spectacular sunsets. Whether you’re visiting for the weekend or exploring for a week, the lodge quickly becomes your home away from home.
I am an English (non-tea drinking) wedding photographer residing in Mexico…a place I have grown to love and I now call home since I arrived here in January 2010. I juggle my free time between travel, my beautiful girlfriend and volunteering with NGOs in less fortunate areas around Mexico and abroad. Every couple I photograph is unique, and I take the utmost pride in capturing the emotion and feeling of every wedding without being invasive, so as to ensure every image is of high quality and conveys an authentic story that can be shared for years to come.
This sweet DIY wedding comes to us from Vivian Chen Photography, based in Oakland, CA! Here’s Vivian to tell us more:
Rebecca wore her grandmother’s wedding gown. Dinner featured two food trucks with Vietnamese street food and pizzas. Rebecca’s childhood pastor married the both of them. They DIYed all their wedding details and the tables were named after their favorite parks they’ve camped and hiked.
Today’s featured wedding video comes to us from Marry Me Movies, based in Sydney, Australia! Here’s the Marry Me Movies team to tell us more:
There’s so much to love about weddings. What we most enjoyed about filming Erin and Michael’s wedding was the way we were able to weave the beauty of Sydney’s The Spit into the exquisiteness of their priceless wedding day moments. It was a stunning day, and a spectacular wedding. We are grateful to Erin and Michael for giving us the honour of filming it.