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Still looking for a cake topper for your wedding cake? Look no further than this simple yet adorable chalkboard cake topper by KiwiTiniCreations Etsy Shop. You could put it all on one cake or separate them over three mini cakes.

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This post is going to be a little dessert heavy, but who’s complaining about that? Everything is so detailed, it’s almost too pretty to eat! We’re loving the soft pink, mint green, and yellow color scheme, with gold all over to add that touch of luxury. A perfect palette for Spring or Summer weddings!





















Photographer:  L’Estelle Photography//Makeup Artist: ACmakeup//Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Baracos+Brand//Event Planner: D’Love Affair Weddings & Events//Makeup Artist: Elena Tsang Make Up Artistry//Cake Designer: Kitty Wong PastryShop//Shoes:Lords Shoes//Jewelry: Mirror Mirror Bijoux//Design and Decor:Pastpieces: Vintage Weddings And Events//Paper Props:Something Nice Decor//Floral Designer: Tailored blooms//Dress Store: Clara Couture Bridal//

From the Photographer: The style of this session is rustic with a modern twist, and the theme is romance in a summer garden. The set is decorated with soft and fresh colors, such as yellows, pinks, and greens, with gold details being the emphasis to depict the luxurious feel. We found this little secret garden in the urban city; it is so quiet and beautiful, and is a perfect location for a whimsical wedding.

Our planner, D’Love Affair Wedding & Events, sourced all vendors and made this session happen. The set is provided and designed by Past Pieces, from small details like vintage books and suitcases, to big items like the wooden doors, and beautiful couches. We love the rustic dessert table, supported by wine barrels.

The beautiful wedding dress, from Pronovias’ new 2015 collection, is provided by Clara Couture Bridal. This dress features an unique loose strap design, with elegant bead work. The jewelleries, designed by Mirror Mirror Bijoux, also complimented the pink sequins dress with its unique colors and textures.

The grand dessert and cake is all designed and handcrafted by Kitty Wong Pastry Shop. The wedding cake, also the main focus of the dessert table, is made with exquisite details like ruffles and gold sequins. The cake was painted with white and gold watercolor effects, and decorated with pink and ivory flowers; all the details are handmade and are edible!

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We’re so smitten with this winter styled shoot that draws inspiration from fairytales and German influences. The black, white, and red color scheme with pops of greenery works perfectly with the snowy landscape. And the bride’s braided hairstyle makes her look like a German princess. This is a winter wedding we’d love to attend!
















Photographer:  Sugar & Soul Photography//Dress Store: Bliss Bridal Boutique//Bakery: cake-ology//Apparel:EPH Apparel//Restaurant:Gasthaus Gutenberger //Jewelry: Independent Jewellers//Invitation Designer:Lady Owl Design//Beauty:Level Hair and Spa//Floral Designer:Oak and Lily//Beauty:Vamp Industries//

 

From the Photographer: A styled winter wedding based on the charm of nostalgic German Christmas traditions and fairytales of long ago. Heidi and Markus embark on a journey to get married on a magical winter day in the forest. Leaving breadcrumb trails behind them (in case they get lost!) they discover a witches hut decorated in candy, and even St. Nick has left some goodies in a pair of shoes for them (an old Christmas tradition in Germany)! They say their vows amidst an archway of candy, then head into the hut for their whimsical reception – complete with snow globes, pretzels, and lots of holiday treats and warmth by the fire!
-loosely inspired by the Brothers Grimm tale of Hansel and Gretel (without the sibling factor!)

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Anthony and Christina travelled all the way from England to have their wedding Maine. The bride was picked up for the ceremony on a boat and afterwards guests took a train ride around and mingled before being dropped off at the reception, at an industrial venue that’s attached to the rail station. We love all of their photos taken with the quaint Maine backdrop, the simple but gorgeous floral arrangements, and all the little handmade details that went into this beautiful wedding!


































Photographer:  A Brit & A Blonde//Caterer: Aurora Provisions//DJ:Beat Train Productions//Floral Designer: FLORA*BLISS at Broadturn Farm//Transportation:Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum//Reception Venue: Portland Company Complex//Dress Designer:Sally Lacock//Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Suit Supply//

From their Photographer: Anthony & Christina are true blue Wedding DIY’ers. Almost every single detail and décor item was done by them or one of their family or friends. The wedding booklets, the labels for those lovely Old Fashioneds and Lemonades that they gave out to everyone for the lil train journey, the chalkboard menu, the table plans, the wine charm place cards (they hand printed these beauties!), the ceremony candle stand, the chupah poles for the ceremony , even the chuppah itself was hand knit oh and last but not least – the chevron table runners. It was a destination wedding for these two lovebirds since they reside in England. Maine really stole their heart and they loved the industrial type space they found near the sea for the reception. Christina got ready on a island just across the Portland harbor – so being the gentleman that he is Anthony took a little boat across to pick up his blushing bride. The ceremony took place about a 5 minute walk from their reception on the Eastern Prom. Guests were then invited to get all aboard the train for a fun little ride around while they all mingled and drank old fashioneds and lemonades before being dropped back at the reception. The narrow gauge rail road station is attached to their venue – so cool. Delicious beers from Maine and New England were served for cocktails. The yellow and grey balloons that lined the ceiling added a simple and inexpensive touch of fun to the décor. And of course no wedding in Maine would be complete without a tower of Whoopie pies for dessert!

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