Rustic Mountain Wedding with Plum Accents and DIY Details (4)

Today’s real wedding, brought to us by Logan Walker Photography (Salt Lake City, UT) is the perfect intimate, rustic celebration with amazing views and sweet DIY details! Here’s Logan to tell us more:

I was going for a soft, classical look. I loved the lace of my dress and the low back. My MIL made my veil. I only decided a few days before the wedding that I would even wear one.

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This sweet, romantic wedding video comes to us from Marry Me Movies, based in Sydney, Australia! Here’s Marry Me Movies to tell us more:

Our wedding videographer enjoyed filming Elissa and Adam at St. Brigid Catholic Church, Marrickville, in Sydney. With its graceful, white exterior and multitude of arches, the architecture was the perfect backdrop for Elissa, who sparkled as she walked down the aisle. Our wedding cinematographer also loved capitalising on the outdoor wedding backdrops including Sydney’s beautiful water views, and a canvas of palm trees that swayed in the breeze along with Elissa’s veil.

Congratulations to the happy couple and thank you, Marry Me Movies, for sharing! For more information about Marry Me Movies, please visit their WeddingLovely Vendor Guide profile or head straight to their website.

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Breakfast at Tiffany's Inspired Wedding Invitation Suite (6)
Breakfast at Tiffany's Inspired Wedding Invitation Suite (6)
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Romance, elegance and minimalism combine in this gorgeous calligraphic invitation suite, brought to us by Los Angeles based stationery designer KidGolightly Calligraphy! Here’s more from KidGolightly:

What inspired this stationery design is a particular scene from Breakfast At Tiffany’s – it was the telegram she received (although the news was a bit sad). So, I wanted to create a design that almost resembles a 1950s telegram. Taking that inspiration and putting a modern twist to it, making it a bit more minimalist in structure and assuring its simplicity to stand the test of time.

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The History of the White Wedding Dress and How to Switch it Up!

Today’s awesome guest post, brought to us by Ginny Bartolone of Simply Eloped is a fascinating read about the history of the white wedding dress and how the tradition evolved. Enjoy!

When my husband and I tied the knot in 2014, exploring the complex, century-old wedding traditions was one of the most fascinating parts of planning our big day. The stories about why we carry flowers, wear wedding rings, and have wedding parties deeply fascinated me—and understanding their backstories enriched the whole experience of choosing which traditions were right for us. Now, as I continue to work in the wedding industry, and as I attend my friends’ celebrations, I’m beginning to see more and more non-white, unique wedding dress choices—allowing brides to more widely celebrate and express their one-of-a-kind personalities. At first, I thought this was a new trend, especially as wedding designs are slowly simplifying and returning to a more natural, DIY perspective.

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Red and Black Asian Canadian Wedding Styled Shoot (2)

Today’s styled shoot, brought to us by Wendy of Asian Fusion Weddings is the perfect inspiration for a multicultural winter wedding! Here’s Wendy to tell us more:

Canadians are celebrating the 150th anniversary of Confederation and February 15 is National Flag of Canada Day. This is not only a powerfully symbol, it is a tremendously meaningful one in our Canadian identity. Canadian history may not be as long as other nations, but it is still certainly rich with much to celebrate.

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Vintage Inspired Waterfront Wedding in Martha's Vineyard (2)

Today’s gorgeous real wedding brought to us by Jyl Deering of Chancey Charm Boston and Cape Cod is an elegant water-front soirée brimming with vintage details! Here’s Jyl to tell us more:

Kiwi and Lin wanted a 1920s Great Gatsby themed wedding, on the beautiful island of Martha’s Vineyard. Guests traveled from around the globe, and their closest family and friends – a group of about 60 – made the long journey on the beautiful fall day!

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Whimsy and elegance blend beautifully in this rustic wedding invitation suite brought to us by Laura Macchia, based in Montpelier, VT! Here’s Laura to tell us more:

This letterpress suite was designed for Rich and Sasha’s summer wedding in beautiful Stowe, Vermont. After our first conversation, it was clear that Sasha wanted invitations that would give their guests a feel for her home state. She was also really attracted to my custom venue illustrations so we decided the main invitation would feature the lovely Austrian-inspired Trapp Family Lodge.

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DIY S'mores Wedding Favors (4)

Our friends at Totally Promotional have a great wedding favor  idea to share: DIY S’mores! These are sure to be a crowd pleaser. Here’s Shelley from Totally Promotional to tell us more:

Few things in life make perfect gifts for every age group. Dessert is one of those rare things. So when a bride and groom need a wedding favor that will please every guest, it’s a no-brainer: S’mores Fun Favors. They are simple to create and include an imprinted coaster as a keepsake.

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