Posts Tagged ‘hanging flowers’

May
22
Editor’s Weekly Wrap-up: Shanelle and James: Columbus, Ohio, 17 Fun Ideas For a Southern Wedding, Watercolor Inspired Ranch Styled Shoot, DIY Ribbon Message Bridesmaid Bouquet, Hanging Flowers
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Weekly Wrap-Up

It’s that time of the week again! Check out our round-up of real weddings, styled shoots, and ideas that were featured on ProjectWedding. Don’t forget to share your favorites!

Shanelle and James: Columbus, Ohio– This glam wedding is full of inspiring ornate details!

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Photograpy: Seth and Beth Photography

17 Fun Ideas for a Southern Wedding– Getting married south of the Mason-Dixon line? We’ve got some great ideas for you!

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Photo by Clary Photo

Watercolor Ranch Inspired Styled Shoot– Swoon-worthy decor and details ahead!

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Photo by Lanny Nguyen Photography 

DIY: Ribbon Message Bridesmaid Bouquet– A cute way to ask your best friends to be in your wedding party!

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Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff of Paper & Stitch

Hanging Flowers– A unique way to display your blooms!

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Photo by Taylor Whitham Photography


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Jun
21
A Sunset Real Wedding in Maui by James Rubio
Posted by Kate. Filed under Destination Weddings, Real Weddings

I’m so happy to have not one, but two incredible destination weddings to share with you this week!  Jocelyn and Frederick’s wedding is super special to us, as she is a beloved hostess on Project Wedding.  In fact, you might remember when we featured her bio! It’s packed with all of her inspirations and planning… so if you’re as in love with their big day as I am, you’ll definitely want to pour over every last bit of her planning process.  In the meantime, I could look at these photos by James Rubio for days…
Jocelyn looks so utterly happy…  I love how Aeleise at Hair Love Art Studio worked with her natural curl in a pretty, upswept style.  And those florals…I’m gushing!  Dellables used peach dahlias, gold ranunculus, white and green orchids and bold pink peonies to design the bouquets.   The soft ceremony palette seamlessly transformed into richer hues for the reception, with common threads of coral, peach, and gold. Jocelyn and Frederick married in an early evening ceremony, under an archway of coral fabric and hanging orchids…  too pretty for words if you ask me!These two met at work and, according to Jocelyn, they drove each other crazy from the start.  They were constantly at odds with one another.  But, the more they talked, the more chemistry they realized they had.  Eventually they started to chat on the phone… which turned into a nightly thing… and it was evident that a romance was brewing.  Five years later, Jocelyn and Frederick married in Maui! 

The couple celebrated their vows with a nighttime party at Mala Wailea.  Soft golden uplighting and more beautiful hanging flowers created a romantic ambiance.

A special thanks to Jocelyn for being such a fabulous hostess on PW and for sharing your day with us!

Photos by James Rubio

Second Shooter: Sasha Prince Photography

Wedding Planner:  Cherise at The Perfect Wedding

Flowers by Dellables

Bride’s Makeup by Maui Makeup Artistry

Bride’s Hair by Hair Love Art Studio

Bridal Gown by Marisa

Bridal Veil: Veiled by Cha Cha

Bride’s Headpiece by Victoria Sdoukos Couture

Bride’s Bracelet by Kirsten Kuehn Designs

Invitations and Paper Goods by Sweet Peas & Seashells

Ceremony Location: Gannon’s Restaurant

Ceremony Music by Harpist Ginny Morgan

Officiant: Bride’s Grandfather and Pia Aluli

Reception Venue: Mala Wailea

Cake by Maui Wedding Cakes

Videography by Afterglow

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