Despite the rain, this wedding day was absolutely perfect. It featured traditional Norwegian military details, and the love between the two was hard to miss. The moody blues and grays of the ocean landscape created the perfect contrast to the bright yellow and purple floral accents seen in the bride’s bouquet, in her hair, and of course, adorning the tables. The primarily neutral color palette
From Rachael, the photographer: “Megan and Shawn’s late summer wedding featured beautiful deep hues of burgundy and dusty rose, balanced by muted greens and mints. They welcomed guests at the prestigious Biltmore Country Club in Barrington, IL. From Megan’s glittering sequin gown to the stunning ceremony space overlooking the golf course, their day was full of elegant touches. To say this wedding was beautiful would
Leaves dance down from the branches to the ground and the wedding party dances the night away after Dan and Michael say their “I Do’s” in a ceremony simply styled with bright sunflowers and beautiful gourds of all shapes and sizes. Touches of blues and greens on ties, pocket squares, and even socks complement the bold yellows and oranges of this fall wedding appropriately held
From Van, the bride: “My husband and I are avid outdoors people. Many of our first road trips together were to national parks, on hiking and camping adventures. For our wedding, we chose to anchor the color scheme around a dark green, specifically utilizing the ample ivy and greenery that was already part of our venue. To complement the green, I chose light pastel shades
From Anthony, the photographer: “A boho wedding in a charming villa in the village where Justin, the groom, stayed as a child. An international wedding under the Tuscan sun. A wedding party full of friends and children. A relaxed wedding full of joy and smiles. Marine and Justin’s special day was full of beauty and stylish details. Simply outstanding small particulars set the perfect country
From Virginie, the photographer: “This shoot was inspired by the beautiful colors of fall and once we met our real couple we knew we had to sprinkle in some sexy elements too. The groom showed up with a steel guitar which led us to an impromptu jam session in the yard followed by a glamour boudoir session in the Manor’s suite. This couple was recently
From Candice Howard, Floral Designer: “Trevor and Chelsea are both sailors and met on a ship. He was an apprentice and she an officer onboard. After 3 months working together at sea, Chelsea realized how funny and absolutely handsome Trevor was. Upon learning that he was from New Jersey, very close to Chelsea’s home in Brooklyn, they began dating. Trevor proposed in Sacramento, CA as
Lesley-Anne and Ian’s wedding took place close to Toronto in a conservation area surrounded by acres of colorful, towering trees. Their late fall ceremony took place in a clearing in the dense forest. (they call it The Cathedral of Trees) and they had hot apple cider & blankets on hand to warm the guests. Lesley-Anne’s best friend officiated the beautiful personalized ceremony.
From Confetti and Co., the planner: “Nithridge Estate is a gorgeous venue with many gorgeous distinguishing features! From stone pillars to gorgeous giant fountains, there is always something beautiful to look at. The color palette was chosen as a contrast from what we typically see in bridal. The designer wanted bright and punchy while using earth tones. We feel we have created a shoot that shows
From Janelle, the photographer: “Amanda’s mom played cupid and introduced her to her co-worker, Alex. They fell in love shortly after and live with their sweet Golden Doodle, Finley, who made an appearance during their portraits! The Bride and Groom wanted to keep the day elegant and true to themselves, despite being at a barn venue so there are no mason jars and tractors here.