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As fun as it is to see the bride and her ‘maids dressed in stylish dresses, it’s just as much fun to see a line up of a well-dressed groom and his groomsmen! Especially if your male friends aren’t frequently dressed to impress, it’s extra special to see them looking sharp. Wedding Waistcoat is the home for all things fine and dandy for the men in your life.

Uk based, Wedding Waistcoat is a leading online supplier of waistcoats for weddings and special occasions. Coordinating waistcoats (or vests, as we refer to them on this side of the pond) are sure to class up any bridal party. And don’t let the name fool you, they also sell dozens of options of cravats, neckties, bowties and pocket hankies in a rainbow of colors and styles; not to mention suspenders and cufflinks!

So once you have decided on your wedding colors, head on over to Wedding Waistcoat for the perfect complementing colors and styles so the gentlemen upfront are looking just as good as the ladies!

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Farm Inspired Bridal Shower

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We love it when bridesmaids run wild with ideas for a bridal shower, so we were delighted when this styled shoot from Grit + Gold landed in our inbox! Lottie took the idea of “milk maids” and ran with it, creating a flavored milk station, a spread of gourmet cheeses and scones, and ice cream cartons. We’re also huge fans of the “Will You Be My Bridesmaid” handkerchiefs!

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From the event stylist, Lottie: I have been scheming up a sweet little shoot that is solely focused on bridesmaids just having fun. Finally, it has arrived. With the help of great friends, one sweet little house belonging to The Wooly Thistle and lots of farm critters, behold! This shoot is so southern, it’s breathtaking. Details include a flavored milk station, Blue Bell mini carton ice cream setup, one sweet and southern porch table setting, gourmet variety cheeses, pancakes, biscuits, farm fresh eggs, ahh! Everything sweet about the south, all in one shoot! Stationary details by Southern Fried Paper include custom “Will you be my Bridesmaid” vintage hankies, paper banners, place cards and cookie favor milk cartons.

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Shoot Location: Dallas, TX / Event Stylist: Grit + Gold / Wedding Photographer: Stephanie Rose Photography / Wedding Flowers: The Wooly Thistle / Wedding Stationery: Southern Fried Paper / Hair and Makeup: Queen of Crowns / Cookies: Cupcake Fabulous / Vintage Rentals: Rent My Dust / Rental Styling: Jen Rios Design

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Studio La Fleur

With our Focus on artisry, all florals are carefully choosen. Studio La Fleur’s exceptional color and texture combinations set your event apart from the rest of the cookie cutter looks that are currently flooding the wedding and event scene. We live to design and create new looks that will help your event set you apart. Let your personality come through. From Romantic soft looks, to edgy, modern and vintage inspired events. We are devoted to creating a beautiful event.

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Typography Inspired Wedding

Whimsical Weddings

How do you mix an ultra modern setting with a hopelessly romantic approach? We will let Laura, who happens to be the brainchild behind Nelle Handbags tell the story behind her gorgeous typography inspired, modern whimsical wedding. Thanks Laura for sharing your story with us and Erica Loeks Photography for the beautiful images!

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From the bride, Laura: From the start we both agreed that it was important for our celebration to be inviting, modern, authentic, and memorable! Since my husband and I are both designers we wanted to be a little innovative with the decor, while still attempting to retain a bit of traditional wedding formality. I believe I was the one who later decided to call it a Modern Vintage Affair. The affair portion of the title was the formal part, the vintage the whimsical & feminine part, and the modern represented the industrial and typographical elements.

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It was very important to me to not allow color to be the driving theme of the wedding. While this is a wonderful tool to use to pull together the look of an event I wanted to be a bit more challenged in my attempt to unite a variety of different shades. We also had our typography theme to fall back on when we needed a design element to ground us. DIY touches were all over the big day. My husband designed all the typographical materials for the day. Together we cut and glued each wrap, menu card, seating sign etc… until our finger tips were numb. We also enlisted the help of our friends to make 150 wrapped wire orbs, magnetic ribbon bow ties for favors, and hand dyed silk ribbon chandeliers. Finally, I made an assortment of Nelle clutches for each gal in the wedding party.

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Any advice for brides planning their weddings now? My advise is very simple, be sure that your future husband is “the one”, and celebrate your commitment to each other in the way that suites you both best. Also, if you have decided to host a celebration, hire a wedding coordinator/planner. That was the first thing we did and having that peace of mind the day of the wedding was worth every penny.

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Wedding Music:
Wedding Party Processional: “Get Me to the Church on Time,” My Fair Lady
Bride’s Processional: “On the Street Where You Live,” My Fair Lady
Recessional: “The Best Is Yet to Come,” Nancy Wilson; “It’s De-Lovely,” Rare Piano Rolls
First Dance: “Northern Sky,” Nick Drake

Wedding Location: Minneapolis, MN / Wedding Venue and Caterer: Spill the Wine / Wedding Photographer: Erica Loeks / Day-Of Coordination: Laura Mullen Events / Wedding Flowers: Jackie Just of Just Bloomed / Wedding Dress: Tara La Tour / Wedding Shoes: Kate Spade / Bride’s Cardigan: J. Crew / Clutches: Nelle / Hair and Makeup: Julie Swenson / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: J. Crew / Bridesmaids’ Necklaces: Bloomingdales / Groom’s Suit: Heimi’s Haberdashery / Groom’s Shirt: J. Hilburn / Wedding Cake: 3 Tiers / Cheese and Dessert Tables: Cocoa and Fig / Wedding Invitations: Designed by groom with assistance from Paperista

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