Aug
22
Editor’s Weekly Wrap-up: 9 Too-Funny Groomsmen Pictures, Ring Bearer Pillows & Boxes, DIY: Floral Crown, Mr. and Mrs. Decor, 11 Photos That Will Make You Want a Ballroom Wedding
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!

9 Too-Funny Groomsmen Pictures: Why so serious? Have the groom and his men strike a few silly poses during picture time- they’re bound to make you laugh. Get inspired with the ones featured here!

Photo by Onelove Photography

Ring Bearer Pillows & Boxes- Give your little guys something fun to carry down the aisle. Everything from boxes, to delicate plates, there’s more here than just pillows.

Photo by Daniel Kim Photography

DIY: Floral Crown- If you’d rather don a floral headpiece than a veil, check out these quick steps to making one yourself.

Photo by Tori Watson

Mr. & Mrs. Decor- Let everyone know you’re finally hitched with fun decor signs throughout your reception!

Photo by Krista Mason Photography

11 Photos That Will Make You Want a Ballroom Wedding- These breathtaking ballrooms do a fabulous job of showcasing just how beautiful a glam reception can be.

Photo courtesy of The George Washington Hotel


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Aug
21
Inna + Igor: A Traditional Metallic-Infused Spring Ohio Lodge Wedding By Nine Zero Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Nine Zero Three PhotographyEvent Planner: Vita Shevchenko; Dress Designer: Fyodor AtelierJewelry: Arthur’s JewelersFloral Designer: Creations by LynnGroom’s Attire: Bar IIIShoes: Truth or Dare by Madonna; Reception Venue: American Croation LodgeRentals: Event Source and Elegant Event CreationsCake: Marina Muntyan

 Inna and Igor were married at American Croation Lodge in Cleveland, Ohio on May 31. ”Our faith and conservative upbringing was the core of our inspiration,” Inna said. “Before we began our wedding planning, Igor and I decided we wanted it God-centered, conservative and imperfect.” Fun fact: They knew each other growing up and even tried to match each other up with friends. However, after a trip to Chicago in 2013, Igor realized that he and Inna were meant to be. The bride wore a long-sleeved lace a-line wedding gown with an illusion neckline, accessorized with mantilla fingertip-length veil, while the groom a navy blue suit, accessorized with a bow tie. Bridesmaids wore long metallic dresses and carried bouquets of roses, anemones, and dried blossoms. Notice also that each groomsmen is wearing polka dot socks? Before the ceremony, the couple opted for a first look. ”It was exhilarating and exciting,” she said. Plus, it gave them a few moments to soak in the fact that hello, they were getting married! And celebrating with their nearest and deartest closest family and friends. How many attended? 525. The banquet hall tables were decorated with white linens and covers over chairs, lanterns filled with REAL butterflies,  jeweled candle votives, and antique picture frame numbers. In between dinner and dancing, the four-tiered cake was cut, and at the end of the nigth, a sea of wish lanterns were sent up into the sky. See the full board here.

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Aug
20
Vy + David: An Elegant Favorite Things-Inspired Fall Caifornia Golf Club Wedding By Dear Darling Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photo: Dear Darling PhotographyVenue: Oak Creek Golf ClubDress Designer: Casablanca from Mary Me BridalHair and Makeup Artist: Kelly Tran ArtistryGroom and Groomsmen Attire: Friar TuxBridesmaid Dresses: David’s BridalFloral Designer: The Plant LadyOfficiant: Sasha Kuczynski; Ceremony Musician: Bob Huppert; Stationery: Andrea Peterson; Caterer: Brodard ChateauCake: Sakura Paper Co.

Vy and David were married at Oak Creek Golf Club in Irvine, Calif. on November 2. ”We became friends over a mutual love of coffee, movies, music, and Disney, and realized that we also made great traveling companions,” Vy said. “After several trips throughout Asia, we became inseparable.” The bride wore a strapless lace a-line wedding gown, accessorized with her hair sideswept in loose curls, while the groom wore a light gray three-piece suit, accessorized with a solid tie. Bridesmaids wore chiffon navy blue dresses with hi-lo hemlines and carried bouquets of roses, freesiaas, and seeded eucalyptus wrapped in satin. ”Our wedding inspiration was our theme of ‘favorite things,’” she said. “We wanted to incorporate the different aspects of our relationship that we enjoyed and wanted to share and highlight them with our family and friends.” Notice the Lego 3-D superhero figurine on this groomsmen’s lapel? Each one also wore revovler and holster socks. ”We got married on a warm November day,” Vy said. “Much warmer for a fall day than we had anticipated! Some even traveled as far as Vietnam and the Philippines to be a part of our special day.” The ceremony arch was drapped with fabric and pinned with pom poms, aisles were lined with craft beer bottles, and folding chairs included a crossword puzzle. ”Our fan programs featured a ‘Do you know the couple?’ crossword puzzle for guests to spend time playing before the ceremony started,” she said. After the outdoor nuptials, cocktail hour began with signature mojito drinks. Guests found their seats at the reception via “Admit One” tickets. ”I wanted to keep things simple,” Vy said. Table names were movie posters, and at each place setting, there was coffee favor bags. ”Neither of us are fans of cake, so we opted for a desser bar featuring our favorite sweets,” she said. Desserts included cheesecake, cupcakes, lemon tartlets, and macarons. See the full board here.

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Aug
19
Mallory + TJ: A Classic Navy Blue and Pink Spring New Jersey Golf Club Wedding By Tami Melissa Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Tami Melissa PhotographyVenue: Running Deer Golf ClubDress Designer: Sincerity Bridal from Philadelphia Bridal CompanyShoes: GlintJewelry: Billig JewelersHair and Makeup Artist: Your Day Your WayBridesmaid Dresses: Alfred AngeloFloral Designer: Savannah’s GardenGroom’s Attire: Black by Vera Wang from Men’s WearhouseGroomsmen’s Attire: Calvin Klein from Men’s WearhouseOfficiant: Daniel Kearny; DJ: Beat by Beat EntertainmentCake: Apron Strings

 Mallory and TJ were married at Running Deer Golf Club in Pittsgrove, N.J. on May 25. ”After that first date, we were both smitten,” Mallory said. “We saw each other a few other times that month and things quickly progressed into a wonderful relationship. We had been dating for a year and a half when he popped the question!” The bride wore a strapless satin mermaid wedding gown, accessorized with a jeweled sash and fingertip-length veil, while the groom wore a black suit, accessorized with a white vest and tie. Bridesmaids wore short navy blue chiffon dresses and carried bouquets of roses and hydrangeas. ”I just wanted something simple, elegant and classic,” she said. “My approach was to stay on a budget and keep things simple while adding fun creative touches.” Guests were greeted at the ceremony with a sign that said, “Today, two families become one. We ask that you please pick a seat not a side.” ”Our wedding day was the most perfect day,” she said. “The sun was shining, the sky was beautiful blue, and the breeze was just enough to keep comfortable under the sunny skies and considering we were married outdoors – it was perfect.” Can’t you tell that it was full of laughter — and some tears? Following the nuptials, cocktail hour began, then the reception inside the ballroom. There was even a cigar bar! The newlyweds performed their first dance to “Close Your Eyes” by Michael Buble, and cut their four-tiered monogrammed cake in between toasts. ”I would not have changed a thing!” Mallory said. See the full board here.

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