Hollywood meets the south with this glamorous South Carolina bridal shoot by Michelle Brooks Photography. Bride Kealah radiates Marilyn with her cute vintage curls and hot pink heels!
The holidays are drawing near, and we’re in the mood for a winter wedding! We mixed frosty shades of green with natural elements to create this winter wedding inspiration board. Candles and soft touches of pink bring warmth to the reception space. Pair cute winter boots with your wedding dress, or give them to your bridesmaids as thank you gifts. Top the night off with a toasty eggnog cocktail.
Find more inspiration and all original images on our Pinterest board!
Natalia and Michal’s Illinois wedding perfectly blended cultural traditions with modern elegance. The amazing Yaneck of WASIO Photography gave us a behind-the-scenes peek at the the sweet “first look” the couple shared before the wedding:
“He was standing at the end of the staircase with his back turned away from the stairs. His heart was beating fast and he had a big smile on his face. She was walking down the stairs anxious to see her soon-to-be husband. She gets to the bottom of the stairs and he anxiously turns around before she can tap him on the shoulder. Awed by his gorgeous soon-to-be wife, they share their first kiss of the day.”
An elegant Rolls Royce whisked the couple away to their ceremony. Throughout the wedding day, a highlander band followed the couple performing traditional folk music. Guests took shots of homemade pear and plum vodka before they could enter the reception, and enjoyed bottles of vodka and champagne as favors at each table. The guests also indulged in a sausage bar and wide array of desserts. Sounds like our kind of party!
Bride Katie is a girl after our own heart–she loves hot pink! We adore the sweet DIY details of her Cincinnati wedding with groom Chris. Nikita Gross Photography captured the couple’s ceremony and reception at the Cincinnati Art Museum. So artistic and chic!
“This dress is so powerful and sexy that I wanted to find a way to contrast the dress with the location, so I selected the natural setting of a corn maze,” said photographer Crystal. “I chose this location because I wanted to find a way to show how such opposing concepts can create something stunning and one of a kind.”
That long-sleeve dress means business with its plunging neckline. Paired with a chic all-green bouquet, romantic curls, and gorgeous green and gold makeup, the ensemble perfectly fits this natural backdrop.
As you all know, I love boudoir. But outdoor boudoir in pink…come on, I gotta show that! Thank you BG Productions for sharing. Happy Friday everyone! Have a Hot Pink weekend.
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For their July wedding, Krista and Pablo exchanged vows in an elegant outdoor ceremony on the rooftop of The Plaza Hotel in downtown Orlando, Florida. Photographer Jessica of Jesse Giles Photography said the last-minute venue change was the perfect choice for these “lovebirds.”
“It was amazing, with such beautiful city views and perfect blue skies,” Jessica said. “The interior had such a cool modern feel. I would definitely recommend this venue.”
This adorable Ohio couple tied the knot Vegas style in an intimate destination wedding with seven family members. Jamie of JamieY Photography snagged amazing pre-wedding photos at the Neon Boneyard Museum. Although the temperature spiked over 100 degrees, bride Terrie looked cool and trendy in her knee-length gown and red converse sneakers. Groom Joseph was equally stylish with the groomsmen, who all wore Chuck Taylor converse sneakers and hats. Even Terrie’s father rocked the look. The couple exchanged vows on the balcony of their Terrace Suite at The Cosmopolitan, overlooking the strip and Bellagio fountains. After the ceremony the wedding party enjoyed cake pops in Las Vegas shot glasses, then changed into custom T-Shirts for a night on the town.
This October, we are in love with Kirstie Kelly‘s 2013 wedding gown collection, full of artistic elegance and architectural ingenuity. Her collection includes everything from short and flirty frocks to sleek numbers with unexpected embellishments. Kirstie Kelly also has gorgeous lines of veils, jewelery, bridesmaid gowns, and flower girl dresses, with diverse styles for every bride.
Here’s what Kirstie Kelly‘s website had to say about her work:
Kirstie Kelly has always believed in the possibilities of fashion. For decades, the designs of Kirstie Kelly have been world renowned in defining a style of both profound and original creations. The constant, quiet details of a Kirstie Kelly design give rise to the discriminate mind of the designer’s commitment to elegant fashion.
Today’s collections by Kirstie Kelly breathe an authentic spirit into the life of couture design. The ease of her creations are understatedly classic yet are designed with deliberate femininity. She uses only the finest fabrics and couture factories from around the world. The result, in turn, is simply a legacy of unparalleled style.
If you can pull yourself away from these gorgeous gowns, check out Kirstie Kelly’s “Essentials” collection for the workplace and cocktail hour. The designs will keep you ladies looking sleek and sexy long after your wedding day!