This colorful wedding celebrated both the bride, Helen’s, southern roots, as well as the groom, Tom’s, Australian roots- in addition to their shared life in NYC! They were married at Savannah’s very own Railroad Museum and were our first couple in Ivory and Beau history to choose to host their ceremony in front of one of the smokestacks outside. They didn’t have a bridal party, so
Classic romance and whimsy came together to create Emily and Joe’s big day at Terrain in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania. The traditional yet rustic decor was softened with white and blush roses sprinkled in throughout. The elegant and subtle notes of femininity showed up in the bride’s dainty headband, flowing skirt, and lush floral bouquet overflowing with pink roses and fresh greenery. Terrain only added to
From the Planner, Hannah Mitchell of Elite Events We were inspired by the vision of a romantic, bohemian wedding with lots of polished glamour. We wanted to also infuse some hints of our earthy Pacific Northwest roots, so we carefully selected DairyLand as the backdrop for this editorial shoot. We carefully blended a wide range of materials and textures which created a stunningly unique design. Courtney Bowlden
Inspired by the sparkling beaches of Cabo, blush, blue and gold served as the color palette for this destination wedding. The desert and beach landscape complete with cacti, palm trees, and vibrant flowers created a perfect tropical backdrop for the ceremony. And, the extreme heat didn’t keep the bride from looking gorgeous in a white lace gown. After saying “I do”, the wedding party celebrated
This couple’s love story began in the Summer of 2013 when Bridget had returned home after graduating with her master’s degree. Her best friend was dating Gary’s brother, so the four of them decided on a weekend trip to Gary’s family lake house. They had immediate chemistry, and Gary invited her out for ice weekend trip to Gary’s family lake house. They had immediate chemistry, and
With family and friends traveling from as far away as England, the bride and groom knew they wanted to show their guests the best that Texas has to offer. Ali and Cory said “I do” in the serene chapel at Canyonwood Ridge with the picturesque Texas Hill Country as the backdrop. For this fresh, travel-inspired September wedding, Bloom & Bud kept the feel of the day
Brittney and Duke tied the knot in a simple yet sweet rustic styled wedding in June. Nestled between rolling green hills, the wedding party celebrated in a stunning white barn sy adorned with pink peonies, white roses, ferns, and succulents for an organic vibe. With light pink and a soft gold as the foundation of the color palette, this southern wedding was elegant, feminine and
Crashing waves and an orange sunset made a perfect backdrop for this dramatic winter beach elopement on Cannon Beach in Oregon. Olga’s stunning Mignonette Atelier dress looked as though it was part of the ocean breeze. Her effortless and elegant fishtail braid contrasted with the carefully arranged, vibrant bouquet of orange tulips and soft pink peonies only add to the drama of the couple’s shoot. For a fun twist, two ponies out on walk decided to stroll down the beach alongside the happy couple.