Today’s featured wedding invitation, brought to us by Brown Fox Creative (Fort Worth, TX) exudes charm and elegance. It’s perfect for a fairytale wedding! Here’s more about the design from Brown fox Creative:
Katie wanted a traditional, formal invitation for her regal castle wedding. The top and bottom border became the perfect framework and we decided on a belly band to keep all the components nice and orderly. To top off the suite — their initials in the envelope liner!
Today’s real wedding, brought to us by Georgia based ZoomWorks Photography, is so classically lovely and elegant that we just had to share it! Here’s more from ZoomWorks:
This wedding had so many personal touches….from the family home that was the site of the event to the Groom’s cake made by a family member using a ‘passed down’ recipe. And we just loved all the truly southern touches and laid back feel of a beautiful family enjoying seeing two wonderful people find each other and fall in love.
Lana first met Michael at a friend’s wedding in the autumn of 2008. They spent the first five years together at long distance, but, as most “happily-ever-after” stories go, they are now living blissfully together in New York City. On the day of their wedding, Lana got ready at her aunt’s home in Lincroft, surrounded by friends and family. With hair beautifully done by the Jon Lori Salon in Fair Haven, and makeup skillfully completed by Donna Spero, Lana asked her aunt and Maid of Honor to help her into her gown. Her dress, an elegant lace masterpiece from Monique Lhuillier, was beautifully paired with Jimmy Choo heels and a long Mark Ingram veil.The ceremony was held at the Church of the Precious Blood in Monmouth Beach.
This sweet Southern wedding comes to us from Amber of Southern Jewel Photography, based in Greer, South Carolina! Here’s Amber to tell us more:
Jim and Tricia’s wedding day couldn’t have been more perfect for two amazing people. Filled with warm sun, laughs, a few tears, but most of all a love of friends and family that couldn’t be matched, we walked away with not only beautiful images, but two friends that mean the world to us! Jim and Tricia met several years ago while Tricia was a student and Jim an employee at Brown Mackie College when, while in the bookstore, Tricia found out that a dear friend was very ill. Knowing nothing of her other than a customer in the store who was very upset, Jim ran to her and comforted her. Tricia knew then that there was something special about him.