Archive for August, 2014

Editor’s weekly Wrap-up: 11 Wedding Extras That Will Make You Feel Like a Kid Again, Astilbe Flowers, DIY: Flower Wreath Escort Cards, 10 Festive Details For a Vineyard Wedding, 8 Totally Unexpected Wedding Ideas We Can’t Stop Thinking About
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Weekly Wrap-Up

It’s that time of the week again! Check out our round-up of stories that were featured on ProjectWedding this week. Don’t forget to share your favorites!

11 Wedding Extras That Will Make You Feel Like a Kid Again– Bring out your inner-kid with these fun and light-hearted wedding ideas.

Photo by Aaron Watson Photography 

Asitlbe Flowers– These gorgeous blooms are a romantic favorite for shabby chic weddings, prepare to swoon!

Photos by Peaches & Mint and XOXO Bride

DIY: Flower Wreath Escort Cards– A fun and crafty way to make your own escort cards! We love this idea for a garden wedding.

Photo by Brittni Mehlhoff

10 Festive Details For a Vineyard WeddingsDon’t forget to add these cute details to your vineyard wedding!

Photos by Sarah Maren Photography and Caroline Tran

 8 Totally Unexpected Wedding Ideas That We Can’t Stop Thinking About– From romper bridesmaid dresses to circus tents, these ideas are totally out-of-the-box!

Photo by Cameron Ingalls


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Lauren + Anthony: Green and Purple Italian-Inspired Arizona Wedding by Jillian Ryan Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Photo: Jillian Ryan Photography; Venue: Cibo Urban Pizzeria Cafe; Dress Designer: Galina from David’s Bridal; Bridesmaid Dresses: David’s Bridal; Groom and Groomsmen Attire: Macy’s; Hair Stylist: Jennifer Dew; Makeup Artist: Stephanie Neilheisel; Officiant: Jerry Laurmann

Lauren and Anthony were married at Cibo Urban Pizzeria Cafe in Phoenix, Arizona on April 6. The bride wore a strapless dress with a ruched bodice and a green and purple embroidered sash, her hair in relaxed curls. She carried a bouquet of succulents, mums, baby’s breath and assorted greenery. Her ‘maids donned green floor-length strapless dresses and held bouquets filled with baby’s breath, mums, and daisies. The groom looked dapper in a purple-checkered button-up, paisley tie, and gray vest. His men wore green-checkered button-up shirts with khaki pants. The reason for all the green and purple? “Choosing colors was hard for me, but we decided on purple for our football team back home (The Ravens) and green is Anthony’s favorite color,” Lauren said. The intimate crowd of 75 guests gathered outside to watch Lauren and Anthony exchange their vows, which she says took them just 4 minutes. “That gave us more time to party,” she said. Guests headed off to the outdoor reception at the restaurant where a picture frame doubled as a seating chart, leading them to their seats. Colorful streamers decorated the outdoor area, and guests sat at banquet tables with cafe chairs and wire table numbers, which the bride’s brother made. “We both come from Italian families so we wanted to include that culture in a little bit, with Italian desserts, music, and the dinner,” Lauren said. After enjoying the Italian fare (pizza and pasta, yum!) the guests took advantage of the photo booth, indulged in a two-tiered cake with butter cream frosting, and took home personalized candles as a favor. “Our families mesh so well together, so it was just a big party all day,” Lauren recalled. “Our wedding was intimate, dreamy and so perfect, it could not have gone any better.” See the full board here.

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Neely + Karl: Romantic Springtime Southern Barn Wedding by Freshly Bold Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Freshly Bold Photography; Floral Design: Flowers by the Shore; Groom’s Attire: Francia’s; Bridesmaid Dresses: Joanna August from Bella Bridesmaids;  Ceremony Music: The Jimmy Lumpkin Band; Rentals: SOHO Events and Rentals; Catering: Naman’s Catering; Cake: Couture Cakes; Venue: Private Barn; Hair: Rachel Spencer;  Makeup: Jerri Majors

Neely and Karl were married at a private barn in Silverhill, Ala. on April 26. “I wanted the theme of my wedding to be romantic, in every sense of the word!” Neely said. “I wanted a very intimate, vintage, traditional feel to the whole night!” The bride stunned in a fitted strapless lace gown and wore her chestnut brown hair in an intricate updo. She opted for minimal jewelry and carried a bouquet of light pink and white garden roses. Her ‘maids matched the romantic vibe perfectly in flowing floor-length blush-colored gowns with various necklines. The groom and his men donned gray three-piece suits, the groom differentiated himself by opting for a light blue vest and necktie, while the groomsmen went with white. ” The whole wedding, ceremony and reception were outdoors,” Neely said. “The ceremony itself was relaxed and traditional, performed by my granddaddy.” Guests sat in folding chairs, beside a lake, and watched Neely and Karl tie the knot. Afterwards, they walked up the hill to the reception, which was in a private barn. Guests were encouraged to sign a wooden table along with a guestbook. The couple added many personal touches such as a family photo display and a cute dessert display. Rustic touches such as whimsical handwritten signs, mason jar flower holders, and bales of hay decorated the barn. They even had outdoor string lights, so guests could celebrate long after the sun set. “The whole day I would describe as relaxed, romantic, full of sentiment and love,” Neely said. “I wanted to spend the morning with my favorite people, and that’s exactly what I did.” The couple cut a three-tiered cake adorned with flowers and were sent off into married life with sparklers. Despite the gorgeous details and romantic aesthetic, it wasn’t the most important part for Neely.  “At the end of the day, if you are married to the love of your life, then it was a perfect day!” Neely said. See the full board here.

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Heather + Joey: Turquoise & Orange Springtime Pennsylvania Wedding by Kristen Wynn Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photo: Kristen Wynn Photography; Venue: The Atrium; Bride’s Gown: Demetrios from Macy’s; Shoes: Pour La Victoire; Groom’s Attire: Calvin Klein from Men’s Wearhouse; Bridesmaid Dresses: Jim Hjelm from Bridal Beginning; Hair: Chele Opitz of Amy’s Hair Styling; Floral Design by T&J Floral; Invitations: MagnetStreet; Ceremony Music: Red Hot Chameleon Entertainment;  Catering: Fairground Market; Popcorn: Pittsburgh Popcorn Company; Cake: Autumn’s Cakes; Bride’s Veil: Frills Ltd.; Makeup: Megan Yudin; Officiant: John Antoline

Heather and Joey were married at The Atrium in Prospect, PA on May 24. “The Atrium was the perfect fit,” Heather said. “It was bright white, which we knew would make our colors pop, and the all glass atrium that was part of the building really brought in the outdoor feel.” The bride donned a strapless mermaid gown with a ruffled skirt and colored snakeskin peep toe pumps. She opted for a curly up-do and carried a bouquet with baby’s breath, garden and spray roses, carnations, and pin cushion proteas. The groom and his men looked dashing in gray three-piece suits. The groom wore an orange vest and necktie, while his men were outfitted in white. The bridesmaids stood out in bright turquoise one-shoulder floor-length chiffon gowns. “We built everything around our favorite colors – blue and orange,” Heather said. “The blue evolved into turquoise when we decided to go for a ‘tropical’ feel but without the sand and shells. We LOVE the Caribbean, so it was only fitting to incorporate that color scheme into our day.” After the reception, guests dined in an all-glass Atrium, allowing a lot of natural light to flow in. They outfitted the gazebo with blue and orange paper decor and had a photo booth with props for guests to document their night. Guests enjoyed a three-tiered cake decorated with blue and orange flowers, and munched on popcorn as well! The most special part of the big day? “My grandma wasn’t able to attend due to her health, so we actually FaceTimed the wedding so she could be a part of the big day,” Heather said. ” It was a great moment, and we’re so blessed that technology allowed her to be there.” How adorable? See the full board here.

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