Posts Tagged ‘green’

May
02
Andra + Kevin: A Gold and Pink Church Wedding by Nadia D. Photography
Posted by Sarah Zlotnick. Filed under Real Weddings

There’s no time quite like the beginning of May for a flowery wedding! Today we’re sharing a formal cherry blossom-inspired wedding from Atlanta, Georgia. Andra and Kevin worked with a palette of pear green, soft pink, and glittery gold to create their fun and feminine celebration. From the moss initials on the church door to the bride’s beautiful Badgley Mischka shoes, we are loving every detail! Thanks to Nadia D. Photography for sending along the photos.

Believe it or not, Andra and Kevin bonded over math—he was her calculus tutor in college! The duo moved to Atlanta after graduating from the University of Georgia, and decided to cement the new city as home by holding their ceremony at the Peachtree Road United Methodist Church. Their reception was at the Cherokee Town Club in Buckhead, and every beautiful glimmering detail was planned by the bride and her mother.  ”April in Atlanta means cherry blossoms,” says Andra, and the branches overflowed from every table (and the cake!). Touches of mercury glass and gold sparkle rounded out the elegant decor.

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Apr
18
Lana + Andrew: A Sunny Florida Alfred Angelo Wedding
Posted by Sarah Zlotnick. Filed under Real Weddings

Today we’re sharing a second installment of our fun collaboration with Alfred Angelo. Each month, one of their stylish real brides is featured as their ‘Facebook Cover Girl’, and we’re honored to show off the rest of the lucky gal’s big day! April goes to Lana, who selected a stunning strapless number with a slim ruffled skirt for her Florida nuptials. We love the springy touches of buttercup yellow and sage green she and husband Andrew sprinkled throughout the Bonnet House estate—perfect for an early spring wedding! Big thanks to Emily Harris Photography for the lovely images.

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Mar
28
Tessa + Dan: A Lush Forest Wedding by Tin Sparrow Studio
Posted by Sarah Zlotnick. Filed under Real Weddings

Wow. We’ve looked at the photos a few times now, but the feeling doesn’t change. Tessa and Dan’s wedding transports us to a modern fairy tale forest each and every time, and we are absolutely in awe of all that lush greenery.  Set amid the breathtaking views of the Onteora Mountain House in Boiceville, NY, their September nuptials put a 21st century spin on classic rustic romance. We are delighted that Tin Sparrow Studio is sharing the images with us today.

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Dec
19
DIY Wednesday: Fabric Rosette Adornments
Posted by Kate. Filed under DIY Wednesday, Do It Yourself

By: Victoria Hudgins

If it’s not in the budget to buy corsages and boutonnieres for all the people you’d like to, here’s one creative way to honor family members and thank the faithful friends who helped make your wedding day come together. Fabric rosettes are affordable and easy to make with a few quick hand stitches; whip them up by the handfuls and easily convert them into adornments for your guests!

Step One. Cut fabric into small, four inch squares.

Step Two. Combine the four corners and join them with a needle and thread.

Step Three. Once the four corners are connected begin hand stitching up through the top of the rosette.

Step Four. Bunch and thread until the flower takes shape. You should only need to thread up about three times to make a simple rosette. Practice to create a shape you like.

Step Five. Thread multiple rosettes on a satin ribbon to make a corsage or thread a straight pin onto the back for a boutonniere.

Project Design by Victoria Hudgins. Photography by Pictilio.

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