Posts Tagged ‘Anchor & Veil Photography’

Sep
05
Editor’s Weekly Wrap-Up: Top 10 Favorite Fall Bouquets, Princess Cut Engagement Rings, 12 Awesome Appetizers, Menu Signs, And 14 Photos That Will Make You Want A Black and White Wedding
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Flowers, Jewelry, Reception, Rings, Wedding Decor, Weekly Wrap-Up

It’s that time of week again! Here are some of our editor’s favorite boards and ideas that you may have missed:

Top 10 Favorite Fall BouquetsNow that Labor Day has come and gone, our Flowers Editor obviously has autumn arrangements on her mind to help inspire those mid-September through mid-December brides.

Photos (from left to right): Stewart Leishman and Frenzel Photographers 

Princess Cut Engagement RingsA sleek yet chic square-cut diamond works well as a single solitaire or even flanked by some comparable companions.

Photo: Jerry Yoon Photography

12 Awesome Appetizers To Pass AroundGive your guests a sneak peek at cocktail of whats to come at the reception. Think: Cheese spreads, soup shooters, peppers and pickles, hamburger or cheesburger sliders, and mini tacos.

Photo Courtesy of: Park Avenue Catering 

Menu SignsSave some paper and display your menu something like a chalkboard sign, framed mirror, or vintage window panel.

Photos (from left to right): Erin Hearts Court and Anchor & Veil Photography

14 Photos That Will Make You Want a Black and White WeddingThese polar opposite colors are perfect for a classic couple wanting a glamorous wedding.

Photo: Jennifer Skog Photography


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May
21
Mandy + Jens: A Rustic Gray and Yellow Fall North Carolina Park Wedding By Anchor & Veil Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

 Photos: Anchor & Veil PhotographyVenue: Tanglewood Park

 Mandy and Jens were married at Tanglewood Park in Clemmons, N.C. on October 5. The bride wore a sweetheart a-line wedding gown with a ruffled skirt, accessorized with a polka dot fingertip-length veil, while the groom wore a yellow button-up shirt and gray pants, accessorized with suspenders and a patterned tie. The only ‘maid wore a short black chiffon dress and carried a bouquet of roses and billy balls. Even the couple’s Yorkshire Terrier pup joined with a fashionable collar and leash. Guests were greeted with a wooden arrow sign that directed them to the ceremony and reception. To say Mandy made a grand entrance was an understatement — she arrived in a horse-drawn carriage. To symbolize their unity, they combined mason jars of sand together. The reception followed underneath a pavilion. Picnic tables were decorated with beer and wine bottles wrapped in twine, lace doilies, bird’s nests and eggs, and wooden slices with “W+M” carved into each one. “No two bottles were the same,” Mandy said. Dinner was served BBQ-style including, chicken, potato salad, baked beans, cole slaw, and rolls. Everyone was encouraged to sign a square for a quilt that was to be sewn together as a keepsake (and in lieu of a guest book). After the now Mr. and Mrs. performed their first dance, the father-daughter dance was performed, but with a twist — her mother too.  ”Even though it’s not tradition, our closeness made it only right to dance with her the perfect song,” she said. See the full board here.

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