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Kylie + Matt’s DIY Wedding, Part I

Real Weddings, Whimsical Weddings

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This wedding is chock full of gorgeous details. Love the “Anthropologie” feel to it! Shot by the crazy talented duo Ashley and Jeremy Parson from The Parsons, the ceremony and reception took place at Arts Incubator in Kansas City, Missouri. This sweet quote shot below is from a book called She. Now, onto the photos:

DIY vintage inspired bark centerpieces wedding Missouri Kansas City
DIY vintage inspired bark centerpieces wedding Missouri Kansas City
DIY vintage inspired bark centerpieces wedding Missouri Kansas City
DIY vintage inspired bark centerpieces wedding Missouri Kansas City
DIY vintage inspired bark centerpieces wedding Missouri Kansas City
DIY vintage inspired bark centerpieces wedding Missouri Kansas City
DIY vintage inspired bark centerpieces wedding Missouri Kansas City
DIY vintage inspired bark centerpieces wedding Missouri Kansas City
DIY vintage inspired bark centerpieces wedding Missouri Kansas City
DIY vintage inspired bark centerpieces wedding Missouri Kansas City
DIY vintage inspired bark centerpieces wedding Missouri Kansas City
DIY vintage inspired bark centerpieces wedding Missouri Kansas City

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Basic Invite Wedding Invitations

Visit https://www.basicinvite.com to find over 200 fully customizable wedding invitation sets. At Basic Invite each and every invite has almost unlimited color options letting you create an invitation as unique are you are.

Pick your colors, and your text, and even upload your photo for an instant online preview of your invitation.

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DIY Drink Boxes for Groomsmen

Design Inspiration

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I hope you enjoyed your holidays as much as I did! I will be prepping for 2010 this week, so posting will be slightly lighter than usual. I spotted these do-it-yourself gifts for guys over at the talented photographer Victor Sizemore’s blog and I instantly thought of how wonderful it would be to give these as groomsmen gifts. These drink boxes are unique for each friend, and each has instructions and ingredients carefully packaged as well as their names hand stamped on the box top, sealed with a sticker.

Do-it-yourself groomsmen wedding gifts
Do-it-yourself groomsmen wedding gifts
Do-it-yourself groomsmen wedding gifts

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The Blooming Bride

It’s your special day. And we want to make sure you are not only taken care of but most importantly…over-joyed with the most important day of your life!

From complete floral design and decor to day-of coordination, the gals at The Blooming Bride will make your dreams become a reality. If you are looking for the perfect modern urban loft or a romantic vineyard or even an impromptu beach soiree we are here to make sure your wedding day is one of a kind! Let us take care of YOU for a change!

Prices are tailored exactly to your needs. So please call (310) 804-5438 or email us below for customized quote.

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Black Lace Wedding Ideas

Wedding Design

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Black lace is a little bit vintage, a little bit glamour and a little bit rock and roll – and all three elements are equally amazing at weddings!  The dark contrast with the usual “wedding white” is elegant and sophisticated, and when coupled with romantic objects like the cream peonies or wedding cake below, the bold black gives an edginess to the sweet nature of the flowers and the pure white of the cake. I am falling more in love with this black lace every time I look at these pictures!

black wedding wedding ideas
black wedding wedding ideas
black wedding wedding ideas
black wedding wedding ideas

Black Lace:

Bouquet – NK Photography / Dress – Vintage Vogue / Cake: Real Simple / Stationery: Effi Georgia / Necklace: Tree and Kimball

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Casey Brodley, Photographer

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.

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