From Kelsey, a vendor: “Adrienne and Joshua didn’t let anything bother them on their wedding day! This adorable couple said their vows indoors with a beautifully designed ceremony set up on our patio. This Madera Kitchen wedding was definitely a memorable one. We are absolutely gushing over everything from the gorgeous florals to the breathtaking couple with magnificent style. Adrienne got dolled up and wore
From Emily, the stylist: “We wanted to give a shout out the modern, artfully inspired bride. She’s the girl who doesn’t want to wear hiking boots and get married under a waterfall but could spend hours wandering around an art museum. We played with geometric lines, bright pops of color, and an urban background. We wanted to show couples what could be done, rather than
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
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
The slate blues, lush greens, and soft whites of this styled shoot by Monica Brown Photography and Kelsie Lynn Photography has us wishing for spring. They partnered with many creatives from around Dayton, Ohio to incorporate many romantic, handmade, and creative details. From the heirloom engagement ring to the stunning handmade agate slice earrings, to the incredible floral arrangements, no detail was left unnoticed.