Posts Tagged ‘romantic wedding’

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Is there such a thing as too much gold? Not in our book! It gives the look an instant touch of luxury and when mixed with pink hues, it completes the romantic vibe. Kudos to the entire team behind this gorgeous shoot!













Photographer:  Julia Park Photography//Model:Barrett Lucak//Makeup Artist:Beauty Marq//Veils and headpieces: Blair Nadeau Millinery//Cake Designer:Cakealicious by Reem//Equipment Rentals:Chairman Mills//Dress Designer:Diva’s Boutique//Floral Designer:Fresh Florals//Paper Props:Giulia’s Invitations//Groomsman Attire:Got Style The Menswear Store//Specialty Foods:Macarons by MacaronZ//Hair Stylist:Patricia Zucco//Model:Sadaf M//Event Planner: Truly Yours Planning//Reception Venue: Graydon Hall Manor//

From Dianna at Truly Yours Planning: The inspiration for this shoot came from the planner Diana Pires of Truly Yours Planning whose current obsession includes glitter, gold, and a love struck crush of Spring’s natural beauty. The creator of the beautiful Wedding Cake & Sweet Table Cakealicious by Reem, could not resist adding 24 Karat edible gold glitter to the piece of resistance, the decadent sweets. The centrepieces were dipped in satin gold dye, decorated with
fresh peonies and ralanculuas, complementing our Springs “Natural Beauty”
style shoot oh so perfectly.

Our photographer was Julia Park – her natural, candid, editorial style was
ideal for this shoot. Romance, love, laughter and simplicity was the theme
for this shoot. Diana wanted a full arrangement of flowers that looked
like they were just pick up in the gardens which Fresh Florals created
amazingly. The bouquet was simply to die for, no other words could
describe how beautiful it truly was.

Graydon Hall Manor was our host. It’s terraces, garden walls, and
auxiliary building as well as the courtyard fountain was the perfect
setting for our Spring Natural Beauty Style Shoot. The details that made this shoot extra special included, the stationary imprinted in gold created by Giulias Invitations along with her chained Seating Chart, the gold flatware and glassware supplied by Chairman Mills along with the Lemon Sorbet Linen that brought the entire table escape together, and you cannot forget the Vintage White Couch set in the mild of the high gardens who captured the Natural Beauty of the Models Sadaf & Barrett impeccably.

The Makeup was flawlessly done by Carla Marques and Hair by Patricia
Zucco, wedding dresses by Kenneth Winston & Pronovias featured at Divas
Boutique, Hair Accessories including a beautiful Ivory Lace Cape designed
by Blair Nadeau Millinery and Men’s sleek attire by Got Style.

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This California wedding is stunning and swoon-worthy from top to bottom, not a detail was overlooked. Let’s start with the bride’s ruffled ombre dress, which also happens to match, intentionally or not, their beautiful cake. So pretty, and you can find the same soft pink tones throughout the wedding mixed in with some deeper hues. The flowers for the bouquets, altar, and “Forever” sign are drop dead gorgeous. When we say the bride didn’t miss a detail, she even had a charging station for those pesky short battery life phones so that your phone doesn’t die before the ceremony even starts! How great is that?






































Can’t get enough of this amazing wedding? Watch their beautiful video by Couture Motion Pictures:


Photographer:  Figlewicz Photography//Dress Store: Blush Bridal Couture//Event Venue: Catalina View Gardens//DJ: DJP//Floral Designer: Flowers By Laurel//Event Planner: La Fete Events//Cake Designer: Susie Cakes//Makeup Artist: Susie Chhuor Hair | Makeup//Caterer: The Depot//Videographer: Couture Motion Pictures

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This rustic apple orchard wedding, handmade with the help of the bride’s mother, is filled with so much prettiness! We’re loving the colors, the romantic photos, and the antique carousel!























Photographer:  Rachael Osborn Photography//Event Venue:Royal Oak Farm Orchard//

From their Photographer: Taylor & Paul met and were married within less than a year’s time. Their wedding was a beautifully DIY-ed, rustic but elegant tribute to not only their love, but to the love that surrounded them through their families and friends. The bride’s mother was a catalyst in the planning and decor – all handmade and executed with grace and style. The country setting of an apple orchard (complete with an antique carousel!) made for the perfect backdrop for this couple to say “I do.”

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We can’t decide on our favorite part of this rustic Indiana wedding, we love it all! The bride looks so gorgeous in her gown and the soft pink and peach tones adds the romance to the rustic. We love all the cute personal details they added like the Star Wars cake topper, all so beautifully captured by Cathy and David Photographers!





































Photographer:  Cathy and David Photographers// Caterer: Bartletts Gourmet Grill// DJ: Breakaway Entertainment// Bakery:Calumet Bakery// Event Venue: County Line Orchard// Officiant:Indiana Wedding Ministries// Dress Store:Le Salon Bridal// Makeup Artist:make-up by Maria Blanco// Floral Designer: The Bonnie View// Hair Stylist:Under the Veil//

From their Photographer: Katie and Keth wanted a reclusive spot for their outdoor ceremony and discovered the beautiful County Line Orchard in Hobart, Indiana. When guests arrived, wooden signs (handcrafted by the groom) directed guests to hop on a tractor-pulled wagon, which carried them to the ceremony site nestled in the orchard.

At the reception, held in the rustic red barn, Keth surprised Katie by pulling out his guitar and singing to her, accompanied by a few of his groomsmen singing backup. The couple decorated with a number of personal touches, including Star Wars cake toppers and cork place card holders. My favorite touch was their twist on a guest book: a wine rack full of empty bottles, each marked with a different anniversary year of their marriage, for guests to place messages in. At the end of the night, the bottles were corked and won’t be opened until the anniversary year of each bottle. The couple and their friends and family partied away the rest of the night with dancing, doughnuts, and a prop-filled photobooth.