This gorgeous Spring wedding comes to us from Rose Kaz of Rose Photo, based in Chicago, Illinois! Here’s Rose to tell us more:
You can take the girl out of the city but you can’t take the city out of the girl! This pretty much sums up my gorgeous bride from last weekend’s beautiful, downtown Spring wedding; perfectly planned around Chicago’s most classic + historic locales.
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:
Every bride is stunning and every dress is beautiful. Coming from an Asian background, May’s dress was like a layered piece of artwork, bathed in yellow and white, splashed with bursts of blue. The colours were striking, especially against the interior of the Rendezvous hotel, and the exterior of the urban Melbourne backdrop. For the reception, May changed into a long, red dress that was intricately embroidered. Oh, and our wedding cinematographer noted that William looked handsome too, of course!
❤ Chic Navy and Sage Rustic Wedding
❤ Breakfast at Tiffany’s Inspired Wedding Invitation Suite
❤ Red and Black Asian Canadian Wedding Styled Shoot
❤ Geode Themed Wedding Inspiration Shoot
❤ Vintage Inspired Waterfront Wedding in Martha’s Vineyard
Today’s wedding stationer interview is with Cristina Pereira, Founder & CEO of PaperStudioByC, based in Porto, Portugal! Enjoy:
How did you get started doing wedding invitations?
Creating has always been a part of my life. Ever since I was a little girl that I created birthday cards for my parents. I LOVED doing it and I’d stay hours creating to stay perfect. I always thought that they could get better but I did not yet know what I should do to improve. My parents always loved when I’d gave it to them, and I always felt very proud of myself for knowing that I did something so special and unique. I was already a perfectionist and dreamer and I did not even know it yet. And these are some of the words that define me.
The wedding invitations came into my life as I began to organize my wedding. The first step was the creation of invitations and I thought it was going to be a huge challenge. After all, they were going to be our appeal to dozens of people which would receive them and enjoy them. I felt a great urge to be me doing them, I knew what I wanted and I started to create. I had some difficulties mixing colors and materials, it had several times changes until I felt it was perfect … It was that invitation that was our face and what I really liked.
Today’s guest post comes to us from Jonathan of HenorStag, Ireland’s free party planning website for organizers to plan their Hen or Stag parties! Enjoy:
Make your hen party celebrations unforgettable with these unusual yet unique bridal shower ideas. After all, no one wants to settle for average. From cocktail stations to candy stalls, your hen party could be the topic of conversation for a long time to come. To help inspire you here are 10 unusual hen party ideas to get your creative juices flowing.
Today’s vendor interview is with Charu Swaminathan, the CEO of Mishkalo, an online wedding registry for original art! Enjoy:
Tell us a bit about yourself and your company.
Imagine a company that was born out of a combination of amusement and frustration. A perfect example is Mishkalo – a company I started earlier this year. Mishkalo is a wedding registry that combines art and weddings to provide very unique gifts for guests to give to wedding couples. My company aims to redefine a wedding gift as something memorable, unique, meaningful and long lasting. We carry original paintings, furniture and glass art by artists from all over the world.
Monday’s gorgeous one-year anniversary shoot in Abu Dhabi from Knotty Days (New Delhi, India) will have you falling in love with the contrast of this city’s natural landscape + amazing architecture. Peep inside!
Dual wedding giveaway alert! DIY printable seating chart template package by MyCrayons + Personalized map art print by Happy Maps. Enter for your chance to win!
Wednesday’s guest post by Debbie from A La Mode Events (New York, NY) will help you to get organized for your wedding so that you and your guests can relax and enjoy an amazing day! Ultimate checklist, inside.
Today’s elegant real wedding comes to us from Zach Thomas of Monarch Studio, based in Saint Augustine, Florida! Here’s Zach to tell us more about the happy couple and their big day:
Monarch Studio’s last Nights of Lights wedding for 2016 was truly a stunner in every way. Amanda and Dillon relied on one of Saint Augustine’s premier wedding coordinators Lindsay at Coastal Celebrations to make their day perfect, and oh what a wonderful day it was. Their event, is one that all the wonderful vendors are talking about, and I’m sure their guest are too.
Today’s insightful guest post about things happy couples do differently, brought to us by dating advisor Sarah Williams, is full of super practical suggestions for nurturing a happy relationship! Enjoy:
When in a couple, your whole world changes. For some, it’s quite the struggle. They feel obligated to make compromises, feel like they are missing out on a lot now that they have someone to share everything with, and often keep things to themselves, or try to guess what their partner isn’t telling them.
But there’s the other type of couples too. It’s where balance is over everything else. The 2 people are grateful to have found each other and nothing else matters. They are smiling and laughing most of the time, and don’t pay much attention to the issues that come up every now and then that have the potential to turn into arguments.
So, what’s their secret? We’d all want to be more like them. To feel blessed when in a couple, rather than as if we’re settling down. Well, there are a few things happy couples do differently than the rest. Let’s see what these are, why they work, and how we can try them in our relationship:
We love the combinations edgy details and soft romantic touches in this vintage industrial wedding inspiration shoot, brought to us by Christophe Willm of Willmus Weddings (San Diego, CA)! Here’s Christophe to tell us more:
Horton Plaza is a historic plaza in the heart of downtown San Diego and they are now open for weddings! We were chosen to re-create a small intimate celebration. After taking inspiration from this outdoor, urban park… our combined creative efforts seemed to naturally produce an edgy, metal/concrete/wood/edison lights inspired shoot with pops of pink.