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Bohemian Chic Wedding Inspiration

Wedding Design

We’ve got quite the treat for all you bohemian-inspired brides out there: lunaphoto and Alchemy Fine Events teamed up to design this stunning styled shoot full of gorgeous pottery, feathers, pops of chevron and touches of teal, all with floral touches by Isari Flower Studio. We’re positively head over heels about the ceremony aisle:

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newlyweds in stables

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wood trunk tables

groom wearing bow tieteal white cakes


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Location: San Diego, CA / Wedding Photographer: lunaphoto / Event Design and Bride Styling: Alchemy Fine Events / Wedding Flowers: Isari Flower Studio / Venue: Bandy Canyon Ranch / Table Decor: Casa de Perrin / Furniture Rentals: YEAH! rentals / Wedding Decor and Vases: West Elm / Dress: Allyson Simone of Provence Bride / Cake: Hey There Cupcake! / Bow Tie: Jill Courtenmache

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Little Borrowed Dress

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So it’s tradition for brides to wear ‘something borrowed’ on their wedding day, but what if that lovely tradition extended to bridesmaids too? We know how expensive it can be to be a bridesmaid, which is why we are in love with Little Borrowed Dress and the practical and fashionable service they offer! They are the first online wedding boutique to offer bridesmaid dresses for rent, starting at just $50, giving brides the opportunity to choose a picture perfect dress at a price that all their bridesmaids can afford.

Little Borrowed Dress has a fantastic selection of beautiful dresses to suite every taste and with a rental price tag starting at $50, the option can’t be beat! If you really love the dress and want to hang on to it for the long haul, all of their styles are for sale too, starting at $150! All of the dresses are 100% silk and manufactured locally in the Garment District in New York City, which is an aspect we just adore! They have a range of shapes and colors to flatter all figures, designed with built-in adjustment points for a perfect fit. If you are still worried about fit, they send a free second size with every order! And you can request a free fabric swatch on their site here. For brides in the NY area, their showroom is open seven days week to come try on dresses before you order.

The borrowing process is simple and stress-free. Simply place your rental reservation online and the dress will arrive two weeks before the wedding ready-to-wear. After the big day, drop them in the mail in the pre-paid packaging and they handle the rest! The best part is the bridesmaids get to return the dresses, so their memories are of how fun the wedding was and not the once-worn dress gathering dust in their closet.

Little Borrowed Dress is hosting a Pinterest contest through September 7th, where you can win free dresses for your bridal party by pinning your wedding inspiration. For more details and to enter to win, check out their blog post about the contest here. You can also follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest!

all photos by Elizabeth Messina

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Handmade Oregon Wedding

Rustic Weddings

Sara and Josh’s wedding shot by Anna Jaye Photography is just about the perfect blend of masculine and feminine elements — wooden details mixed with lush pink and orange floral arrangements from Lamb’s Palisades Floral. One of my personal favorite aspects of this wedding is that bride Sara allowed her personality to shine through in her reception dress, opting for a bright coral number to match her maids!

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From the bride, Sara: We envisioned a fun laid back event where our family and friends could celebrate with us on our big day!


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I really loved coral and wanted bright festive colors to go along with that color! It was too hard to narrow down to two colors so I had many colors including: red, yellow, orange, blue, and kraft brown. Some DIY projects included: poms, table runners, napkin rings, banners, and CRANES! We folded 1000 cranes to honor my Japanese heritage. The tradition states that it is good luck to fold 1000 cranes so Josh and I folded many and it was great how so many loved ones volunteered to help and brought together everyone to contribute a little something to our special day.


origami ceremony backdrop

marriage certificate table

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crane paper backdrop
origami first kiss

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orange bridesmaid bouquets
peach purple centerpiecesred ruffled cakes

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Any advice for brides planning their weddings now? Don’t lose perspective. It is easy to be overwhelmed by the hundreds of things on our “to do list” to prepare for the wedding that we forget why we are melting down over something as silly as napkin colors! At the end of the day, we are still marrying the love of our life so just enjoy it!


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indoor barn decorred and white straws

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red dessert tables

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sparkler reception sendoff


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From the photographer, Anna Jaye Photography: Sara and Josh’s wedding day was a wonderful reflection of the two of them; sweet, sincere and laid back. These two have an obvious and easy connection that’s a lot of fun to photograph. They created a beautiful celebration for their guests that centered on the special connection between the two of them. The playful details and beautiful location just added to the magic of this awesome day.

Wedding Music:
Processional: “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing”
Bridal Processional: “Canon in D”
Marriage License Signing: “O Love That Will Not Let Me Go”
Recessional: “I’m Yours,” by Jason Mraz
First Dance: “Can’t Help Falling in Love,” by Ingrid Michaelson

Wedding Location: Canby, OR / Wedding Photographer: Anna Jaye Photography / Wedding Venue: Postlewait’s Farm / Wedding Flowers: Lamb’s Palisades Floral / Wedding Dress: Maggie Sottero “Ursula” via Bridal Exclusives / Bride’s Veil: Diamond Wedding Veil / Bride’s Shoes: Poetic License / Hair and Makeup: Aimee J’Adore / Groom’s Suit: Men’s Wearhouse / Wedding Caterer: Famous Dave’s / Wedding Cake: Beaverton Bakery / Hangers: Whiskey and Wedding Bells / Wedding Music: John Ross / Photobooth: Happymatic / Wedding Invitations: Amy Heitman

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