The backdrop of your wedding ceremony can be a tricky look to come up with. Not every wedding has a beautiful mountain or beach view, some times you are in a not so pretty room, and you need to come up with a neat backdrop. This photo shoot from Ruffled blog, shows a fun way of turning rope knots into a creative and pretty back ground.
I talk to my brides a lot of “branding” their wedding, and by this I mean pick some theme and carry it throughout the wedding. It can be a font, color, flower etc, whatever it is, it really helps give continuity to your event. This wedding from Hey Gorgeous Events is the perfect example of taking a font and image and keeping throughout the entire wedding. They have their heart which you see on the dance floor, the chairs and escort cards, and they used the same font for everything. Just perfect!
Grey Likes Weddings, has gone and done it again, and brought us a crazy beautiful wedding inspiration. I think this wedding would be so perfect for my mountain town, especially for the bird lovers out there. Incorporating feathers into this wedding is such an amazing detail and one that is so easy to include. Not everyone likes the pheasant feathers, maybe you are more of a peacock fan. Either way feathers are fun!
By no means am I am artist, my 2 year old nephew can draw better then me. So when I see an artist who can paint such beauty, and on a cake, much less, I am impressed. The wedding inspiration from The Cake Blog, dreamed up around this beautiful cake, is just wonderful. I also love to see the use of the purple, or sterling, roses in the flowers. If feel like this can be such a beautiful and under used rose.
We are back from Vegas, and boy it was a trip! We learned so much from Catersource and got to meet and see so many amazing people from the wedding industry. We had education from, David Stark, Sasha Souza, and Amy Atlas just to name a few. I absolutely have to say if you are in the wedding industry and have a chance to go to this conference then you should go!! I have attached one of my very favorite weddings by David Stark, which he talked about and gave us the inspiration behind it…
Well my hopes and dreams have come true and I am finally getting my very own beach wedding. My fiancee, Patrick and I will be escaping to the island of Kauai and we couldn’t be more happy about it! Needless to say I am currently trying to figure out exactly what I want our wedding to look like, so the research has begun. Most recently I came across this beautiful post from 100 Layer Cake, and it is just stunning. I would be totally down for a wedding like this…..
I know I have said it before, but what I would do for a barn just like this in Sun Valley!?!?! This is the absolute perfect setting, and by far the most common request from my brides’. I guess we will have to up and move to VA to get to use it! Besides all that, can we please just mention how incredibly talented, photographer Jodi Miller is. This photo shoot is stunning!
This inspiration shoot from Magnolia Rouge is for every bride who is in love with flowers. Every part of this wedding from the cake to the invitations to the table numbers are all about flowers. As a florist, this is my favorite type of wedding, I would love to be able to do more like this!
There is just something so happy about this wedding from Southern Weddings! Maybe it’s because my favorite photographer, Jose Villa, shot it. Or may be it’s the beautiful flowers. Or maybe it’s how happy the bridesmaids look in there beautiful blue dresses. Whatever it is I love it!
Find me a person on this planet who doesn’t think English gardens aren’t the most beautiful and romantic place on earth. And this photo shoot from Grey Likes Weddings, captures an English rose garden perfectly. So many people think of the traditional roses, you see in every florist on the planet, but what they don’t realize is that you can also get garden roses, which are so much more beautiful. This shoot shows of those garden roses perfectly.