Today’s real wedding comes to us from Virginia, where Natalie & Stuart had a whimsical outdoor wedding with diy decor featuring vintage elements and bright colors. Photographer Rebekah J. Murray describes their special day:
I can’t remember ever photographing a wedding with a more playful attention to detail. Stewart and Natalie were married at her parent’s beach house near Chincoteague, Virginia, in the smidge of a town called Assateague. (It consists of Front St., Back St., and Courthouse St. So cute!) Natalie had grown up visiting this house and it was only fitting to have her happiest day surrounded by her happiest memories. Their vision from the start was to have as much fun as possible and (besides the near-melting heat) it was a smashing success. The eclectic, handmade details and bright colors made it feel like a vibrant afternoon at a carnival fading into a nostalgic summer evening.
Eye candy time — check out this beautiful Michigan wedding by Paul Retherford Wedding Photography! I especially the choice of location, being a fan of local beer myself. Enjoy!
Beautiful outdoor wedding today — enjoy some eye-candy from Brooke Photography & Design!
The sweetest California couple I’ve met! Leah used to joke about Shane’s last name (Kunkle) with her friends in school years ago, and now she is one! Fun-loving, sweet, and so in love.
(Check out the kid’s face back there. Priceless!)
Time to take a break from beautiful stationery — check out this beautiful wedding sent over from Cayce Callaway Photography!
Lauren & Philip met during law school at Tulane (they’re both attorneys) and live in New Orleans, but came back to Lauren’s home in Atlanta for their wedding. Besides being a lovely couple getting married on an amazing spring day, the most interesting thing about their wedding was the venue. The Vinings Club is in a commercial high rise with a garden just outside. The setting blends a lovely outdoor garden wedding with the ultra modern architecture of the skyscraper. It worked perfectly for Lauren & Philip, both of whom had a level of sophistication a bit above the standard bride and groom. But the New Orleans’ sense of fun was alive and well at their reception.