Jan
23
Editor’s Weekly Wrap-up: 15 Nail Polishes for Winter Brides, Creative Cake Stands, Frosty New England Styled Shoot, DIY: From Centerpiece to Bouquet, Travel-Themed Decor
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 favorite ideas!

15 Nail Polishes for Winter Brides- Don’t forget about your nails when putting together your bridal beauty look! From deep red to snowy silver, there’s a color here for every winter bride.

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Our picks (from left to right):  Moon Rendezvous by Deborah Lippmann ($18) // No Place Like Chrome by Essie ($8.50) // Petrol by Butter London ($15)

Creative Cake Stands- Looking to take your dessert display to the next level? Consider adding a unique stand to show off your cake!

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Photo: Libelle Photography

Frosty New England Styled Shoot- If you’re bearing the cold for an idyllic snowy winter backdrop, get inspired by this gorgeous New England styled shoot.

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Photo: Carla Ten Eyck Photography

DIY: From Centerpiece to Bouquet- Looking for a way to save money on your flowers? Try this DIY trick, which allows you to use your bouquets for both the reception and ceremony.

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Photo: Carrie Coleman Photography

Travel-Themed Decor- Show off your love for travel through reception decor elements.

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Photo: Tara Welch


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Jan
22
Kimberly + Jeremy: Green and Blue Elegant Country Club Wedding in Canada by Laura Kelly Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

stitchPhotos: Laura Kelly Photography; Venue: Cedarhill Golf and Country Club; Flowers: Beaudry Flowers; Gown: David’s Bridal; Groom’s Attire: Tip Top Tailors; Flowers: Beaudry Flowers

Kimberly and Jeremy were married at Cedarhill Golf and Country Club in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on May 18. The bride donned a strapless lace fitted gown, and pinned back her soft curly hair with a feathered pin. She carried a soft bouquet of ivory roses, blush peonies, and greenery. Her ‘maids opted for floor-length deep blue one-shoulder dresses. The groom and his men looked dapper in classic black tuxes. The pair exchanged vows in a light-filled tent outside in front of just 75 guests. “We wanted a small wedding, close to our home. It was recommended to us by another couple because the food is amazing!” Kimberly said of the wedding venue. A reception followed inside the golf and country club, where guests sat at round tables covered in crisp white linens. They were greeted at their seats by a thank you note on navy blue stationery and tulip centerpieces. Kimberly’s favorite DIY detail? The re-purposed wine bottle chalkboards used as table numbers. Guests danced the night away, and ate some amazing food of course! See the full board here.

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Jan
21
Kirsty + Matthew: Intimate Pastel Ranch Wedding in Hawaii by Rachel Robertson Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

stitchPhotos: Rachel Robertson Photography; Venue: Sunset Ranch; Planner: Finishing Touch; Flowers: Flowergirls Hawaii

Kirsty and Matthew were married at Sunset Ranch in Haleiwa, Hawaii. The bride looked radiant in an all-lace fitted gown with cap sleeves and a beaded sash. Her hair was donned in a classic updo and she carried a bright bouquet of ranunculus, peonies, garden roses, and dusty miller. The intimate ceremony took place beneath a large tree, and guests watched the pair exchange vows in white folding chairs adorned with pastel ribbons. A reception followed outside, where guests sat at a long wooden table featuring a lace table runner and floral centerpieces. Each place setting was dressed with white linen napkins, black and white menu cards, personalized favor boxes, and a fresh bloom! Guests indulged in a two-tier cake with ruffled fondant icing and light pink peonies. See the full board here.

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Jan
20
Lauren + Jordan: Sophisticated Chic Winter Warehouse Wedding by Lacey Gabrielle Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

stitchPhotos: Lacey Gabrielle Photography; Ceremony Venue: Second-Ponce de Leon Baptist Church; Reception Venue: Summerour Studio; Planner: Kristine Cholakian of Simply Charming Socials; Gown: Venus VII from La Raine’s Bridal Boutique; Groom’s Attire: Bridals by Lori; Flowers & Rentals: Steve Bales of Bold American Events; Shoes: Kate Spade; Bridesmaid Dresses: Bridals by Lori; Transport: Jack Shelton of Special Day Limos; Reception Music: Fountain City Players; Cake: Frosted Pumpkin

Lauren and Jordan were married at Second-Ponce de Leon Baptist Church with a reception following at Summerour Studio in Atlanta, Ga. on December 29. Lauren stunned in an all-lace wedding gown with a Queen Anne neckline and a classic updo. She carried a bouquet of white hyacinths and hybrid tulips wrapped in lace. Her ‘maids donned long black chiffon dresses. The groom and his men opted for classic black tuxedos. The couple exchanged vows in a traditional church ceremony in front of 150 friends and family members. ” It was an abnormally cold, rainy and gray day for Atlanta. I loved it because it made it feel more like a winter wedding,” Lauren said. A reception followed at a refurbished warehouse where guests sat at long banquet tables in silver chiavari chairs. Some of the tables were lined with candlelit hurricanes, glass goblets, gold mercury votives, pears, and greenery. Other tables featured tall glass cylinders as centerpieces with branches and pears inside. “I tried to have our wedding be a representation of Jordan and I as a couple, so we decided to go with classic and timeless,” Laura said of her inspiration. After dinner and dancing, guests enjoyed an elegant four-tier cake with a giant fondant flower. Friends and family members were given boxed doughnut favors as a thank you from the newlyweds. The couple was sent off into married life with sparklers! “There will be so many ups and downs throughout the planning process, but you have to remember to let the down times go.” Lauren said. See the full board here.

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