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Weekly Wrap Up + Herman Miller Engagement Session

Weekly Wrap Ups

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We typically don’t share many engagements, but the combo of gorgeous photos and our obsession with mid century design lead us to this pretty set at the Herman Miller Design Center. The engaged couple also happens to be Justine, who writes Urban Scarlet and her fiance Brendon. Thank you both and Nick Radford for the images!


herman miller engagement session from nick radford photography

herman miller engagement session from nick radford photography

herman miller engagement session from nick radford photography

herman miller engagement session from nick radford photography

herman miller design center engagement session
herman miller design center engagement session


View all images from this session in the gallery

See more on Nick Radford‘s blog!

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A few links around the web:

Cute DIY camera straps via Design Love Fest. Pack one for your honeymoon!
Speaking of packing for the honeymoon, love these picks via Apartment #34
Fresh and easy centerpieces via Frolic!

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Last opportunity to enter Bella Figura’s Do Good in March Promotion, for the chance to win free letterpress invitations!

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In case you missed any of this week’s features…

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Our Florida Wedding Vendor Guide
A handmade Cuban-American fusion wedding
Spring wedding ideas with pops of gold and mint green
A chic feminine backyard Malibu wedding
Strawberries and Gingham wedding bouquet inspiration
This romantic backyard Perth wedding
An English garden bridal shower at Chateau Marianne
A bright and cheery whimsical Illinois wedding
Winter Wedding Inspiration at Historic Cedarwood

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