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Winter is coming, but don’t fret, there are actually perks to having a winter wedding. For one, it can be “very cost affective since most venues and vendors offer significant discounts [in the winter],” says Fearon May, Owner and Designer of Fearon May Events. And it can look quite dreamy and magical with an all white, shimmery silver, and cool blue color scheme. How pretty is this silver accented cake and the all white bouquet with sparkles, white feathers, and silver accent flowers?
Photographer: Carmen Salazar Photography |Event Designer: Fearon May Events | Cake: Sweet Cakes by Rebecca | Flowers: Angie Zimmerman Designs | GOwn: Miosa Bridal Couture | Venue: Arden Hills Resort Club and Spa | Lighting: Extreme Productions Entertainment
This vintage styled shoot is so romantic we can’t even handle it. We’re loving the deep purples mixed with the wood and bronze decor. The bridal accessories are gorgeous, and the cascading floral arrangements, chandeliers and candles, and vintage settee add to the romantic atmosphere. Not a detail was missed by event designer, Something Events, and the talented team behind this shoot, beautifully captured by Gina & Ryan Photography.
Photographer: Gina & Ryan Photography | Hair Stylist: Sabrina Snowden | Event Designer: Something Events | Floral Designer: Little Hill Floral Designs | Location: Irvine Regional Park | Invitation Designer: Behold Designz, Twigs Print Studio | Cake Designer: Home, A Cottage Food Bakery | Equipment Rental: Circa Vintage Rentals | Makeup Artist: Valeria St. George | Mens Attire: The Grunion Run | Dresse: Shop Ruche | Models: Rachael Kampas & Jefferson Apgar
From the Photographer: We recently had the pleasure of photographing a beautifully styled vintage inspired outdoor wedding shoot by Something Events at the O’Neill Regional Park in Orange County. The theme was set as “vintage elegant picnic”; plums, chandeliers, settee’s, chalkboards, croquet, reclaimed props, hand-crafted touches, and good company…. We were in love with this shoot before it ever even happened!
The whimsical setting, along with the stylish details & props from reclaimed and vintage furnishings from Circa Vintage Rentals, provided for the perfectly warm and classy setting. The beautiful floral design (Little Hill Floral Design), stationery (Behold Designz & Twigs Print Studio), and baked goods (Home, A Cottage Food Bakery) tied everything together perfectly.
Our models, the lovely Rachael & Jeff, rocked stunning attire by Ruche (bridal) and The Grunion Run (groom). They were beautifully styled by hair stylist Sabrina Snowden and make-up artist Valerie St. George. The natural charisma of our models extended character and warmth to the atmosphere on their mock-up wedding day (no, these two aren’t really getting married (in fact, had never met prior to the shoot!), but, as we all can see, the connection and chemistry was totally evident!).
We loved working with all of the [seriously talented] vendors involved in the shoot, and can’t thank everyone enough for making this all happen! Thank you, thank you, thank you.
This dried flowers and wheat bouquet would be so perfect for a fall wedding. The colors are gorgeous and you wouldn’t have to worry about the flowers wilting. And you could keep it in your home after your wedding. Just be a little mindful during your day to handle it with care so that nothing breaks off.
Flowers: Family Dried Flowers Etsy Shop
This Newport, Rhode Island wedding began with a beautiful outdoor ceremony at a bird sanctuary, followed by a reception at a nearby boutique hotel. The bridesmaids wore long purple dresses in different shades and styles with pink flowers in their hair that matched the soft pink flowers in their bouquets. Their reception was decorated with purple and burlap accents and custom pillows with the newlyweds’ initials. This wedding is so romantic with all the soft colors!
Photographer: Aubrey Greene Photography | Ceremony Location: Norman Bird Sanctuary, Newport, Rhode Island | Reception Venue: Pearls Boutique Hotel, Newport, RI | Dress: Country Weddings Bridal Boutique | Flowers: Toni Chandler FLowers | Cake Pops: Cake Pops Boston | DJ: DM Productions
From their Photographer: Kellie and Aubray live in sunny California and were planning a boutique, destination wedding, full of handmade burlap and mason jar details. They were married at one of Newport’s hidden gems, the Paradise Farmhouse at the Norman Bird Sanctuary. Norman Bird Sanctuary is situated on a 300+ acre wildlife refuge and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Often a quick stop for the nature enthusiast but rarely the perfect ceremony location. A special ceremony detail was a plaque that has the exact ceremony coordinates painted on it. It was a gift from Kellie’s father given to them during the ceremony. Their reception was held at Pearls of Newport. The custom, monogrammed pillows in all of the nooks at Pearls Boutique Hotel were my favorite! Family and friends roamed the hotel grounds as music and laughter filled the air. It was a stunning, romantic event!