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Animoto is a great way to make customized video slideshows for your wedding. It’s a video creation service that makes it easy for anyone to create and share fantastic videos using their own pictures, video clips, words and music. Once your video is ready, sharing on Facebook is easy as pie. Animoto is available online and as an app available at the App Store. These videos especially come in handy for the reception, playing alongside a speech or during the cocktail sharing photos of you two.

Animoto videos are an amazing way to share & preserve the excitement of your wedding. You can send out a clever Save-the-Date video to your guests to build excitement for you wedding, create a “Story of Us” video for your reception, and even recap your honeymoon with Animoto. It’s a fun and easy way to share this very exciting time in your life. It’s easy to create and share videos with 3 easy steps:

Step 1: Select your video style
Step 2: Add your images, videos, music and words
Step 3: Share with friends and family via email, Facebook or Twitter and make a keepsake DVD.

If you want to check out how simple it is and get tips on making a Save the Date video, watch this:

Animoto is super affordable and offers several options for you to choose from when it comes to subscription services. For a limited time, Animoto is offering $5 off a year of Animoto Plus with coupon code Ruffled from now until June 1st. So check out them out today and start crafting your own wedding videos!

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Aurora Cinema

Aurora Cinema is a filmmaking studio based in New York. After several years of shooting for some of the best in the wedding industry, I’ve decided to venture out and create something inspiring with beautiful imagery and powerful stories.
We are a team of creative professionals dedicated to mixing passion & art throughout the Adirondack Mountains, NYC, Boston, & Newport.
Get in touch with us to see what we can create for you!

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Crimson Milwaukee Wedding

DIY Weddings

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Looking over these images sent over by Anna Page Photography, it’s easy to see where our eyes were first drawn to: that amazing crimson accordion pinwheel backdrop. It’s no surprise that the bride and groom are graphic designers, given that they had their hands in all the day’s DIY details. We’re also pretty fond of the silhouette cake toppers, featuring famous pairings and couples from pop culture.

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From the bride, Megan: The pinwheels and all other decorations were made by JP and me, my sisters, and my closest friend Sarah. As graphic designers we love the tactile nature of paper and made all of our decorations aside from the flowers out of it. The cake toppers were an idea I had that JP perfected. JP made 20 cake toppers of different famous couples.

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silver beaded purse

Our wedding was sentimental and joyous. Our wedding color scheme was various shades and hues of red. Our DIY projects included:
-We made tons of red pinwheels that decorated the chairs at the reception and made a huge focal wall behind the bridal parties table.
-We made our invitations, save the dates and programs.
-We sewed a booklet for each guest that served as the place card. Inside each booklet we wrote a message to the guest. We knew we wouldn’t get to talk to everyone during the day so we wanted to write them each a note thanking them.
-Jp made all the cake toppers!
-I made my garter

bride and groom indoors

bride with long veil

red pinwheel backdrop

Any advice for brides planning their weddings now? Pick one thing you are going to splurge on that means the most to you and one thing you are going to let go and live without. For Jp and me, having wonderful photography to look at after our wedding was a must so we splurged on photography. While I love cake we decided that the cakes didn’t really matter to us in the grand scheme of things. This really helped us gain some perspective that everything in the planning process is not equally important and somethings you can live without.

red and gray bridal party

white framed seating chartsilhouette cake toppers

red pinwheel backdrop

bride and groom first dance

View all images from this wedding in the gallery

Wedding Vendors (Milwaukee, WI):

Ceremony Venue: Holy Apostles (New Berlin) / Reception Venue: Villa Filomena / Wedding Photographer: Anna Page Photography / Wedding Dress: Jenny Packham / Wedding Shoes: Steve Madden / Rings: Britta Kauppila / Groom’s Suit: Banana Republic / Wedding Flowers: Gabriella Bras

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Richard Skins Photography

Hello, my name is Richard Skins and I’m a destination wedding photographer based in Dorset, UK. If I turn the clock back 10 years this is something I never thought I would be doing but I’m glad life has taken me in this direction as I believe it’s the best job in the world, well for me anyway. I feel extremely lucky to have a career which allows me to pursue my love of photography, and use it to capture one of the happiest days two people can share!

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Intimate Ballroom Wedding

Romantic Weddings

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Ultra glamorous sans the fuss, ballroom wedding with a cozy feel. That’s how Emma and Craig’s wedding shot by Apryl Ann Photography could be described in a nutshell. The different shades of blue with sparkly gold touches set the tone for the day, which included Toms shoes in glittery blue for the bridesmaids for the reception!

Straps tank wedding dress Lazaro
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sock bun wedding updo
From the bride, Emma: As soon as Craig and I got engaged, we started planning the wedding. Actually, let’s be honest, we started talking about the aesthetic of the wedding before we got engaged. We did not want the typical ballroom wedding, which is why we chose the Aldredge House. We love the vintage feel of the house, and we loved that it felt much more personable and cozy than a typical ballroom wedding. Once we chose the venue, everything else fell in to place.

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Including the venue, my four most important wedding components were my dress, the invitations, and the photographer. First, my dress was love at first sight. The minute I tried it on, I knew it was for me. I checked that off my list early in the process. Then I started researching invitations, save the dates, wedding programs, and was shocked to see how expensive paper goods can be. I talked to some people at Paper Source and read some DIY blogs and decided to tackle the invitations – letterpress and screenprinting – myself. I am now obsessed with making invitations and cards and anything involving paper. The invitations set the tone for the wedding. A lot of brides overlook invitations, but I think that they deserve a lot of thought, because they really do set the tone. We received so many compliments on our invitations with several people telling us that they were the most beautiful invitations that they have ever seen and they could not wait to see more at the wedding.
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Art Deco glamorous wedding invitations periwinkle blue

Now comes our photographer – Apryl Ann. I found her featured on Ruffled and fell in love with her vintage, whimsical, personal style. We knew she was perfect once we met her. Our photographs will last forever, and we did not want to skimp on the photographer and regret it later. We are only doing this once, and we want the photos to be perfect, and Apryl delivered. We could not be happier with Apryl and her beautiful photos of the most important time of our lives to date.
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sapphire wedding engagement ring
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sapphire wedding engagement ring
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My advice to other brides is to slow down and enjoy every moment of the day. I had put a year of my life planning the wedding and was so anxious the day of that I feel like I missed out on some moments. I never saw the food display (we are separately upstairs at the reception site before being announced, which was awesome). I never saw family photos that were placed around the house for guests to view. There are guests that I have seen in photos from the wedding that I did not get to see. The night was a blur and over before we knew it, but it was the most perfect night of our lives. Enjoy every minute.

Oh, and our DJ suggested doing a last dance for the evening, and I highly recommend it! It was such a sweet moment and some of my favorite photos from the entire day are of Craig’s tux loosened and me in my Tom’s and we are in such bliss, spinning around the room.
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Wedding Songs:

First dance: Mushaboom by Feist
Father and bride dance: Teach Your Children by Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young
Mother and groom dance: I Hope You Dance by Leanne Womack
Bride and groom last dance: Home by Edward Sharpe

Wedding Vendors (Dallas, Texas):

Photographer: Apryl Ann Photography / Ceremony: Greenland Hills United Methodist Church / Reception: Aldredge House / Cake: Frosted Art Bakery / Caterer: Food Glorious Food / Dress: Lazaro from Stardust Celebrations in Plano/ Invitations and Paper Goods: Designed by Alaina Cherup of CheerupCherup on Etsy; printed by bride / Out of Town Guest Bags: Purchased from Enviro-tote and made by bride / Bridesmaid and Groomsmen shoes: Toms / Transportation: 360 Limos / DJ: Mathias Carthen of Randal Stout Entertainment / Wedding Planner: Factor 110 from Oklahoma City / Bride Earrings: Kenneth Jay Lane

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Mas Torroella is a stunning 14th century masia set in the beautiful Costa Brava region of Spain.

Our Mas provides a wonderfully private and romantic setting to host bespoke weddings of up to 200 guests. Use the various immaculately maintained gardens and our E-Vents space to design a fantastic flow for your Big Day.

Not only is Mas Torroella an idyllic and flexible venue, but it also offers luxury accommodation to sleep up to 28 people where the minute details and finishing touches are second to none.

Add to that a most professional, caring and discreet service provided by our dedicated team and you have the perfect mix for the most memorable day of your lives!

We look forward to welcoming you!

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