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Who says the photo shoots have to stop after you get married? We adore seeing couples who continue to celebrate their love, and even more the ones who make a super cute shoot out of it. This couple is so sweet and let’s just get to our favorite part — We are completely obsessed with this flower crown!!!
Photographer: Megan Clouse Photography | Location: Annadel Estate Winery | Floral Designer: PoppyStone | Bakery: Crisp Bake Shop
Smile! You’re halfway through the week! To help cheer you up further we have this classic wine country wedding to share with you and some highlights include a beautiful Lee Ann Belter gown, glitter Kate Spade heels, floral Plum Pretty Sugar robes, and cascading centerpieces. An event artist was there to paint the scene and, later, a sword wielding belly dancer spiced up the night. There’s so much pretty to look at in this wedding, starting with the bride and her sweet top know hair style.
Photographer: Megan Clouse Photography | Event Planner: Elsa Vera Productions | Ceremony Venue: St. Helena Catholic Church | Reception Venue: The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone | Floral Designer: Tesoro Flowers | Invitation Designer: Dawn Correspondence | Dress Designer: Lee Ann Belter | Robes: Plum Pretty Sugar | Event Artist: Saundra Courtney | Makeup Artist: Vanity Pham | Hair: Betten | Musician: Jay Alvarez | DJ: Extreme Productions | Belly Dancer: Rouge Dance Company | Hotel: Harvets Inn | Other: Foxy Writes, Sew Heidi Wedding De-Tailor
This vintage travel inspired shoot makes you feel like you’re flipping through an old wedding album, and it sure does invite you to come along back in time. We’re swooning over the elegant and dapper style of the bride and groom, and all of the vintage details makes us over the moon for this shoot. There’s definitely an air of romance in these photos that makes you want to pack a bag, run off, and fall in love.
Photographer: Gideon Photography | Venue: Green Gate Village Inn, St. George, Utah | Event Designer: Forever Events | Floral Designer: My Favorite Flowers | Dress Store: Lauren James Bridal
From the Photographer: This is a beautiful early 20th Century travel inspired styled shoot. It is meant to invoke ones imagination of jumping on a steam liner to travel across the Atlantic, or a high class train across the open planes from New York to San Francisco.
We figured we’d embrace the snow we’re getting today with this wintery wedding inspiration shoot set in Vermont. We’re loving the bride’s cozy yet stunning look that compliments the snowy setting. Who doesn’t love soft cashmere and warm fur boleros? The colors and textures of this shoot are so inviting and the scene is perfection for those who dream of a romantic winter wedding. Read on after the jump for more from the talented team that created this shoot and the yummy recipe for Milk Punch.
Photographer: Carla Ten Eyck | Floral Designer: Datura: A Modern Garden | Invitation Designer: Coral Pheasant | Dress: The White Dress by The Shore | Cake: But a Dream Custom Cakes | Makeup Artist: d.d. Nickel Makeup Studio | Sweater: Elisabeth Hunter Cashmere |
Headband: Maria Elena | Tulle Skirt: The White Dress by the shore | Statement Necklace: Ivy and Aster | Shirt: J.Crew | Bow Tie: Brooks Brothers
Lake Look | Sweater: Elisabeth Hunter Cashmere | Tulle Skirt and Fur: The White Dress by the shore | Brooch and Earrings: Maria Elena | Tuexdo: Valentino Tailors
Grafton Village look | Gown: Amy Kuschel | Fur: The White Dress by the shore | Earrings: The Something Old Collection | Gloves: The Bridal Dresser | Suit: Vintage, Provided by stylist
From the Photographer: As far as we are concerned, there is nothing more romantic than a winter wedding! And being New Englanders, there is no better place for one than Vermont. This styled shoot encompassed all of the best parts of winter- cozy fabrics, interesting textures, fluffy white snow, comforting treats and warm snuggles. (more…)