Desert elopements hold a special place in our hearts, and we’re getting seriously inspired by this take on the intimate celebration by Betsy & John Photography, Le Champagne Projects, and Alexis Grace Florals. With an embroidered burgundy gown and eclectic desert blooms, we think this will be right up the alley of any bohemian-leaning couple who has a deep appreciation for organic details. Let’s jump in!
Today’s styled shoot taps into the romance of art in all its forms, from still life paintings to floral design to fashion. The creative team of Abigail Bridges Photography and RSVP Events used a color palette including oxblood and navy, a perfect welcome into the cooler days of fall we’ve got right around the corner. Be sure to keep an eye out for the hand painted wedding cake with geometric accents — be still our hearts!
The leaves are slowly starting to turn, and we are so, so ready to see more of those red and yellow beauties. Today’s inspiration shoot, put together by a talented team including Mary Alice Hall, Lenna Bortnick Wedding and Event Coordination, and Amanda Karam Floral Co, uses some of autumn’s most stunning leaves to create a lovely tablescape accented with romantic vintage details and nods to the winery’s rustic charm. Let’s take a peek, shall we?
Now that Labor Day has passed, we’re well on our way to fall — and we couldn’t be happier about it! We’re ready for all the moody colors, woodland settings, and dramatic details, and you’ll happen to find all of these in today’s styled shoot from Katie Ricard Photography and Kensington Florals & Events. The bride’s burgundy lace coverup is especially catching our eye, not to mention the incredible wedding cake with a miniature chandelier actually inside the cake.
Consider me guilty — I would live in this inspiration shoot in a heartbeat if it was possible. Enhancing all of the beauty of Prague’s Old World charm, Arte De Vie and Blue Gardenia Events created a feminine scene with hues of pink, ivory, gold, and accents of black for a hint of drama. Lifted straight out of a fairy tale, we’ll let the images take it from here:
Crisp and modern, today’s wedding from Abby Jiu Photography is everything we’d expect from a contemporary affair in Washington, DC. Katie and Steve wanted their big day to pay tribute to DC’s history and beauty, while also staying true to their own personalities — for example, the couple tasked their ceremony musicians with playing string versions of their favorite Kanye West songs. Thank you to Elizabeth Duncan Events and Amaryllis for your work on this beauty!
Wineries are usually known for their outdoor scenery, but today’s styled shoot shows the more industrial side of one in Spokane, Washington. Hannah Victoria Photography, Dana Muchow, and Garden of Eden Florals assembled a beautiful scene of deep hues, fresh fruit and flowers, and modern paper goods we’re seriously loving. Just wait ’til you see the tablescape!
I think we’re due for another destination wedding, and this one from Lisa Poggi, The Knot In Italy, and Tuscany Flowers more than fits the bill. Burgundy amaranthus is peppered throughout the day, and the scenery is just as gorgeous as you could possible imagine. Congratulations, Hibba and Daniel!
Bethany Erin Photography and Bows and Arrows together means magic is on the way, and we’ve got the images to prove it. Caitlin and Matt’s Dallas wedding is a shining example of how to blend a bride and groom’s individual styles into a thing of cohesive beauty, thanks in large part to Sweet Pea Events. Pure elegance is ahead:
Romantic, ethereal, and a little bit rustic, today’s wedding from Honey Gem Creative and 3 of Cups Weddings + Events manages to tick off all our boxes in the most beautiful of ways. With burgundy being the primary color focus, with plenty of accents of green through leafy textures, we can’t help but fall in love with all the little details. Congratulations to the happy couple!
It’s finally Friday afternoon, and we can’t imagine a better shoot to leave you with this weekend than this beauty from Erica J Photography and simply flowers. Dreamed up in Miami, the shoot tells the story of Old World romance surrounded by European influences like the striking architectural design. Happy weekend dreaming, everyone!
Inspired by the great plains of Africa, today’s styled shoot from Michelle Roller, Sandcastle Celebrations, and Eden Floral brings us a beautiful color palette with rich texture, delicious treats, and eye-catching wedding style. The bride’s lacy wedding gown? My goodness. The gold painted wedding cake? A dream. You’re going to fall pretty hard for this one, folks.
There’s no shortage of romance in today’s wedding, which comes by way of Kreate Photography and Brannan Events and Design. Yassi and Ayis exchanged “I Do”s at the beautiful Sand Rock Farm in California, decorating with delectable purple and blue tones plus some seriously sweet-looking blush pink bridesmaid dresses. We just adore their light bulb cake toppers with a sweet “You light up my life” message!
Pinch us, because even our dreams couldn’t imagine a scene as pretty as this inspiration shoot from Decorus Fine Art Photography, The Styled Soirée, and Bella Lu. Charming, formal, and happy all at once, this editorial serves up two stunning bridal gowns, dreamy paper goods, and reception and dessert tables ready for sweet celebration.
A wedding on top of a mountain will always catch my eye, just as this styled shoot from Dehan Engelbrecht and Wildeflower does. Their amazing team of vendors made its way to the top of Lion’s Head Mountain in Cape Town, South Africa, gaining an impeccable view to accentuate their stylish scene. Get ready for oodles of floral inspiration that will make your heart sing!
Valentine’s Day may have been a couple of days ago, but that doesn’t mean we’re not still in the spirit. The moment we saw this styled shoot from Jenny Quicksall, Velvet Alley Events, and Belle of The Ball, it was love. Take note of the ruffled pink wedding dress, and the extra-sweet kissing booth setup!
We couldn’t imagine a better wedding to share on the most romantic day of the year than this beauty from Rachel Solomon, Andrea Leslie Weddings & Events, and Sarah’s Garden. Filled to the brim with romantic pink and red hues, beautiful flowers, and the yummiest dessert table, it’s a Valentine’s Day dream come true for sure!
Topping our list of some of the most unique wedding venues we’ve seen, Desiree and Kyle exchanged vows at an active boat building yard in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. After days of clearing out equipment and boat parts, mStarr design and Wild Folk Studio had a blank slate to transform into the ideal space for the happy couple. Full of nods to the coastal town and captured by henry + mac, this was truly a day to remember.
When we need a heavy dose of romantic garden goodness, we know that greenhouse weddings will never disappoint. Yasmin Roohi, Naseem Events, and Petal Atelier joined together to creative this refreshing scene of love growing all around, complemented by earth tones and just a hint of magical vibes. Let’s take a look!
Southern weddings, you never fail to wow us. This stunner from JoPhoto, yoj events, and Charleston Blooms and Out of the Garden has all the makings of a classic Southern celebration, complete with a romantic color palette of blush pink, burgundy and gold. We love the simplicity of the bridesmaids’ eucalyptus bouquets, which pop perfectly against their gold gowns!
Today’s inspiration shoot could best be summed up as “timeless traditional with a modern twist.” A talented team of vendors including Candice Adelle Photography, L.Havard Events, Social Supply Design and Decor, and Sidra Forman all came together to create a lush scene with a classic aesthetic but with updated accents, such as a table frame with hanging lights, a painted backdrop for a beverage display, and a dreamy bouquet full of the freshest colors in the wedding world. Let’s jump in!
It won’t come as much of a surprise, but whenever we hear a bride wanted an outdoor wedding with fresh flowers at every turn and a bouquet that “looks like [the bride] just stepped out of the garden,” we get a little extra pep in our step. Bloom & Co. did not disappoint as floral designer for Adriana and Mike’s Canada wedding, while Blush & Bowties helped implement all the little details to make the day perfect for the couple. Simply Lace Photography captured it all, so let’s take a look at their images!
If you love emerald green and cozy winter vibes, you’re in luck. Charlottesville wedding team Amy Nicole Photography, Alana Futcher of Chancey Charm and Photosynthesis Floral Design and more got together to dream up of an editorial filled with rich + deep hues made of winter wedding dreams. We will start off with this gorgeous antique engagement ring:
After seeing today’s styled shoot from Kasey Lynn Photography, Sweet Tea and Linen, and A Different Bloom, we’re convinced birch and copper are the chicest pairing to follow. A hint of burgundy brings this airy combination back down to earth, while plenty of greenery and geometric details tie everything together into a wedding package you’re sure to love.
Cooler temps have descended on all of us and we’re still falling in love with all of these weddings covered in the colors of the season. Kristen and Matthew’s Arizona big day has inspiration ten-fold and it starts with those beautiful colors. Burgundy, orange, and espresso take center stage in Charity Maurer Photography‘s photos, from the bridesmaids’ lovely, gauzy gowns to the blooming floral arrangements by Lux Florist. BTS Event Management worked wonders with Kristen’s vision and made it brightly come to life.
Black attire, heaps of burgundy, and an always-needed dose of warm colors is what makes this rich wedding inspiration from the lens of INGAVEDYAN weddings + fashion so sublime. Nestled in the forest and with sky-high trees all around, this wedding design and fashion style is for the bride who’s daring to push the dark color limits and would even step into (and fashionably rock) a black wedding dress. Wild Rose Flowers‘ creations only added to the mix, with deep-hued blooms in all shades of red, grabbing attention. From the cake display to the tablescape with flashes of gold, we’re enamored with this wedding inspiration!
Floral Design and Decor
Face Mesh, Ring, and Cross
Pinch me, because I’m pretty sure this wedding from Rabbit Rabbit and Faye and Renee has me in a dream. Kelley and David filled their wedding day with the richest fall color tones, meaning there was no shortage of floral arrangements full of burgundy, blush pink, purple — and berries thrown in for good measure. Thank you Emily Wren Photography for capturing it all!
Photography and Videography
Wedding Planner and Paper Goods
Hair and Makeup
What better way to kick off the work week than a sweet wedding editorial inspired by poetry? Today’s styled shoot came to fruition thanks to the words of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, with a talented team of Awake Photography, Makeup by Alli Kirk, and Glitter and Whiskey Events translating those words into beautiful scenery. It’s impossible to do these images justice with words, so let’s jump right in!
Event Concept and Makeup
Event Planning, Creative Design, and Floral Design
Halloween has dawned upon us and what better inspiration to share today than one draped in swirls of marsala and wispy stripes of marble in a very glam and gothic setting. Gaudium Photography shared this haunting beauty orchestrated by Max & Dexter Event Design and it is all sorts of fabulous. With bold and elegance, this shoot is filled with rich, dark hues and moody florals courtesy of The Arrangement Company. All of these fine elements band together against the best architectural location you can think of for all of these Fall-inspired wedding elements, and it is nothing short of wonderful.
Styling and Coordination
Dress and Top
Romance is certainly in the air and all over the elements with this fine Tara Francis Photography shoot. It was brought to life via Sylvie Gil Workshops and knowing what kind of company you’re in with Sylvie’s workshops, you know that you’ll be photographing some amazing subjects. As if this Burgundy château wasn’t jaw-droppingly beautiful enough, Alison Events turned it into this elite wedding spot that we know we would get hitched at in a heartbeat. Holly Flora pulled the countryside look from the outside in with those snaking vines in the chapel and the wild, red, and leafy centerpieces for the tablescape. Everything is just too dreamy and French to handle in this shoot!
From the photographer, Tara Francis Photography: This styled shoot at Sylvie Gil’s workshop was set at a beautiful 18th century chateau in the heart of Burgundy, France’s countryside. The dress was a jaw dropping Vera Wang wedding dress from her 2017 collection. The bridal boudoir was in a room that was wall to wall white walls with a classic white bed. I loved the veil draped over the bride’s face. The gorgeous floral arrangements in a Dutch Master style were done by Holly and Becky from Holly Flora. That gorgeous ring you see in the bridal boudoir is from Trumpet and Horn.
Invitations including the etched tortoise shell place cards were done by Yonder Design. The seating chart was laid out on a bed of moss on an antique table. I fell in love with the tablecloth; it was a hand dyed marble cloth custom made for the shoot by La Tavola. The ceremony was in a little chapel which sat right behind the Chateau. The chapel had lots of flowers and greenery designed again by Holly Flora.