It’s never too late in the week to add some glam to your day, right? Alex and Dustin had a southern beach wedding that’s nothing short of elegant and full of personal details, with A.J. Dunlap Photography taking the reins behind the camera and Forget-Me-Not Flowers tackling floral duty. We’re smitten with that floral arch + chandelier combo at the ceremony!
Soft and sweet, this styled shoot from Chloe Luka Photography, Emily Ventura Designs, and Wild Heart Blooms shows us how impactful lush floral arrangements can really be. The creative team blended antique elements with modern, more industrial details for a truly lovely scene. Now we’re wishing we could fill our entire houses with wild arrangements!
The Paper Flower Market provides brides with everlasting blooms in a magnificently realistic fashion and stunning composition that can be showcased forever in semblance of the love represented on their special day.
This is a floral design and creation company with an artist who works solely with premium papers imported from Italy and Germany.
Each flower is delicately made by the artist with hand coloring and styling techniques to create absolutely swoon worthy wedding blossoms. We specialize in custom bouquets, but also have preset bouquet styling options on our website. We extend our services offering floral crowns, Bridesmaids’ bouquet options, and other floral needs, providing gifts and keepsakes for all special parties involved on your wedding day.
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Credit for all images:
Photography by Lawrence Te
Model Christy Creson
We’re all about the color palette in this styled shoot from Kayla Barker Fine Art Photography, The Wildflowers, and Bows and Arrows. Blush pink, peach, terracotta, cream, and just a pop of mustard are a fabulous mix for summer, but they work equally well together all year-round! The floral designs here are sure to inspire, so get ready:
I’m not a traditional wedding photographer. My background and training is steeped in photo journalism, so that’s how I approach a wedding. My goal is to document the day, not stage it. I let moments unfold naturally, with minimal prom posing and minimal “say cheese” interference.
As a photo journalist, I come prepared for anything. Every wedding is different. I have witnessed full-grown men weep more times than I can count. I have seen smiles so wide that I’m concerned someone may burst a blood vessel. I have climbed mountains with all my gear. And this one time a sprinkler system was triggered during a ceremony.
As a wedding photographer, I walk into every job with the guarantee that I will witness pure joy. But more importantly, I walk into every job with the probability that my day will end with cake. I like to keep my cake-to-work ratio balanced. For health reasons.