Posts Tagged ‘Arlene Chambers Photography’

Sep
12
Editor’s Weekly Wrap-up: 14 Couple Portraits You Haven’t Thought Of Yet, Song Lyrics & Book Quotes, 10 Truly Awesome Wedding Exits, 11 Ways to Decorate With Feathers, 20 First Dance Songs Our Real Wedding Couples Love
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!

14 Couple Portraits You Haven’t Thought of Yet- From the first look, to gazing into each other’s eyes, you’re sure to cover all the basics of couples portraits- so why not try something more fun?!

Photo by Kelly Stonelake 

Song Lyrics & Book Quotes- Add some personality into your wedding decor by including your favorite song lyrics & book quotes!

Photo by Arlene Chambers Photography

10 Truly Awesome Wedding Exits- Ditch the limo and leave your reception in serious style!

Photo by Katelyn James Photography

11 Ways To Decorate with Feathers- This decor element is easy, inexpensive, and oh-so-chic!

Photo Courtesy of Southern Fried Paper

20 First Dance Songs our Real Wedding Couples Love- Struggling to pick out a first dance song? Read through this list selected by Project Wedding brides!

Photo by  Jack Looney Photography


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May
09
Editor’s Weekly Wrap-Up: Honoring Mom, Cocktail Tables, Boho Chic Decor, Glam Jewelry, And Half-Up/Half-Down Hairstyles
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Beauty, Good Advice, Jewelry, 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:

How  To Honor Mom On Your Wedding Day - Mother’s Day is only two days away! Spread the L-O-V-E on your wedding day by having her walk you down the aisle, wearing her veil, or adding a family photo to the stems of your bouquet.

Photo: Arlene Chambers Photography

Cocktail TablesDress them up! It’s the best 60-minutes your guests spend sipping drinks and nibbling on hors d’oeuvres.

Photos (from left to right): Jessica Burke Photography and  Emily Blake Photography

Boho Chic Wedding DecorThis theme isn’t complete without whimsical details, including feathers, dream catchers, and poofs to lounge on.

Photos (from left to right): Lauren Gabrielle Photography and Ryan Ray

Glam JewelryThink: The Great Gatsby. All you need is anything and everything emerald green.

Photo: onelove photography

34 Half-Up/Half-Down HairstylesShow off those lovely (curly or straight) locks while keeping them out of your face.

Photo: Katelyn James 

 


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Apr
14
Victoria + Cameron: A Romantic Navy Blue and Gold Fall Washington Farm Wedding By Arlene Chambers Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Arlene Chambers PhotographyFloral Designer: An Occasion FlowersHair Stylist: Megan Raymond; Makeup Artist: TimareeDress Designer: Pronovias from La Belle Elaine’s BridalGroom and Groomsmen Attire: Men’s WearhouseVenue: Lord Hill FarmsInvitations: Wedding Paper DivasOfficiant:Phil ManginelliCeremony Musician: Hillary Skalsky; Cake: Stacy Kowalchuk; DJ: Seattle Wedding DJ

Victoria and Cameron were married at Lord Hill Farms in Snohomish, Wa. on October 6. “We knew that having a wedding in Washington in October could mean rain on our special day and cold,” Victoria said. “Leading up to it all the forecasts said rain. We even had our rehearsal indoors because we figured the weather would not be great. But on our wedding day the sun came out and it was the most beautiful day ever!” The bride wore a sweetheart lace a-line wedding gown, accessorized with drop dangling earrings and a chapel-length veil, while the groom wore a dark gray suit, accessorized with a white vest and navy blue tie to match the bridesmaid dresses. In lieu of programs, all of the ceremony details were handwritten on a chalkboard. The cutest moment? When Cameron’s nephews served as the ring bearers — one pulled the other in a wagon that featured a “Uncle Cam, Here Comes Your Bride!” sign on the back along with cans. “It was so special because I always wanted an outdoor wedding,” she said. Following the nuptials, guests were escorted inside to the rustic-themed reception. Tables were decorated with vintage books, table number bookmarks, burlap squares, and bunting banners. You could even spot the two Korean wooden ducks on display! Did you know they symbolize peace, many children, and faithfulness? The newlyweds’ first dance was performed to “Never Say Never” by The Fray. “Cameron played this song when he told me he loved me, so it has always been special to us,” Victoria said. See the full board here.

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