McKenna Rachelle Photography captured this stunning wedding inspiration at a setting that’s reminiscent of an old English garden estate, and every single detail was flawless. Dreamy and romantic, each aspect was meticulously designed to create this beautiful outdoor garden wedding at one of Jeremy Chou’s renowned workshops in Portland.
Inspired by the current trend of floral fabrics, First Look Events envisioned a wedding overflowing with floral patterns, lush flowers, and watercolor details, and that vision was brought to life in this unique and unexpected styled shoot. Vintage and modern elements balanced each other, and the perfect amount of feminine touches were used to achieve a chic yet eccentric look.
Bella Bridesmaids and Amsale Bridesmaids joined forces to showcase some of their favorite mismatched styles inspired by a soft, romantic color palette. Dress designers Joanna August and Donna Morgan provided a variety of beautiful, modern gowns which were perfectly contrasted by the vintage VW bus, which was altered into a wedding photo booth.
Amanda Lankford of Amanda Jewel Floral and Design is a self-taught, organic inspired floral designer based in Atlanta. She loves helping others create something beautiful with their hands, and we’re pleased to have partnered up with her to present you with this floral recipe. Create your very own showstopper floral arrangement that’s perfect for any wedding or entertaining need!
The wedding planning process unfortunately has a bad rap for being stressful and turning the calmest brides into Bridezillas. However, with the proper planning it can actually be one of the most enjoyable moments of your time spent together as a couple. By avoiding these 14 most common wedding planning mistakes, you and your fiancé(e) will be able to focus on continuing to build your love and relationship rather than worrying about the little details.
Victoria, owner of the watercolor illustration and stationery company Vie de Vic, submitted her timeless, romantic engagement session with her fiancé, Ant. Classic and chic, this shoot took place throughout Boston. The historic cobblestone streets paired perfectly with the beautiful Bergere chair, watercolor stationery set, vintage ring box, and the couple’s dressy and sophisticated attire.
Manda Weaver Photography captured and designed this vibrant oceanfront styled shoot with the most romantic color palette. The colors were pulled from the natural elements surrounding the couple, which were also paired with lush, colorful florals and linens to create a dreamy setting. The reception had a touch of boho with floor pillows for guests to be seated on the sand.
Aislinn Kate Photography captured Laura and Pete’s nautical chic engagement where they ventured throughout downtown Pensacola. They started on the piers of the marina surrounded by sailboats while wearing classy, sophisticated attire. At one point, their adorable spaniel even joined in on the fun. The shoot ended with the couple strolling downtown after a fancy wardrobe change.
Color Palette Series: Fairytale Pinks Inspiration Board. Neutrals are already a huge hit this year in the wedding world, so we put a feminine twist on the trend by blending in some soft, pale pinks. For an even more feminine and romantic look, we added a shimmery gold for a luxurious result. Because this color palette is so soft, it’s also versatile and can complement just about any style you’re going for.
Arlene Jacobs Photography created this beautiful, modern wedding inspiration full of copper and rose gold details and geometric elements. This styled shoot proves that brides with a smaller budget can still have their dream wedding since many aspects of this inspiration are DIY, including the copper pipe arch used as a ceremony backdrop and the floral arrangements.