Posts Tagged ‘intimate weddings’

Feb
18
Jennifer + Scott: Intimate Snowy Mountainside Colorado Wedding by Sarah Roshan Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

stitchPhotos: Sarah Roshan Photography; Venue: Four Seasons Vail; Planner: Emily Campbell; Gown: Allure Bridals from Panache of Beverly Hills; Boots: Frye; Hair: Kelly at Posh Hair Salon; Ceremony Musician: Fred Hammond of Great Time DJ; Officiant: Jacob Reeves (Santa Barbara)

 Jennifer and Scott were married at Four Seasons Vail in Vail, Colo. on November 23. The bride looked beautiful in a strapless ballgown with a beaded bodice and sweetheart neckline. She wore a fur coat and fingertip veil. Her hair was donned in a tussled updo and she accessorized with a thing white headband. She carried a bouquet of white roses, ranunculus, dusty miller, pine cones, seeded eucalyptus, and silver brunia balls. The groom looked dapper in a gray three-piece suit and cowboy hat. The pair planned their Colorado nuptials in just three weeks. “A short engagement is the best. A little stress for a short period of time,” Jennifer said of the timeline. “I couldn’t have made it anymore amazing if I had an entire year to plan it.” The 35 guests gathered to watch the pair exchange vows in front of a stunning mountain backdrop. A reception followed where guests gathered around a banquet table with blush linens, planks of barnwood, mercury glass votives, and birch vases filled with flowers. “A banquet style table was beautiful and much more intimate with the size of our wedding,” Jennifer said of the seating arrangements. Guests enjoyed dinner and a three-tier white fondant cake adorned with satin ribbon, pinecones, and white flowers. Jennifer’s advice to brides getting married far from home? ” If you are having a destination wedding you must have a coordinator!” See the full board here.

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Feb
05
Beth + Jon: Ivory and White Intimate Tennessee Restaurant Wedding by Photographix
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

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Photos: Photographix; Ceremony Venue: Mint Springs Farms; Reception Venue: Parthenon Grille; Planner & Florist (Ceremony): Mint Springs Farms; Planner & Florist (Reception): Margaret Tolbert of Details by Margaret; Gown: Olia Zavozina; Bridesmaid Dresses: J.Crew; Hair and Makeup: Amanda Gros; Groom’s Attire: Bar III from Macy’s; Shoes: Jimmy Choo; Earrings: Ben-Amun Bridal Line; Officiant: Wes Howard; Cake: Andrea Kriegermeier of Cakes by Red

Beth and Jon were married at Mint Springs Farm in Nolensville, Tenn. followed by a reception at Parthenon Grille in Murfreesboro, Tenn. on October 16. The bride stunned in a lace and organza fit-n-flare gown featuring a lace illusion bateau neckline and a crystal belt. She donned her hair in a curly partial updo underneath her waist-length veil. She carried a soft ivory and blush bouquet of roses, hydrangeas, stock, and seeded eucalyptus. Her ‘maids opted for fitted strapless satin dresses in a champagne hue. The groom looked dapper in a dark suit and striped neck tie. “My approach was simple: focus on the day, our surroundings, our beautiful boys, our friends and awesome family,” Beth said of her inspiration. The ceremony decor included rustic wreaths made of grapevine, eucalyptus, waxflower, roses, and ribbon. The pair exchanged vows in a wooden chapel in front of large open windows revealing sweeping views of rolling hills. An intimate reception followed at a nearby restaurant where guests looked to a repurposed window pane to find their seats. Friends and family members sat at tables with white linens and burlap table runners. “I chose simple color schemes and let nature do the rest,” Beth said of the decor. Centerpieces featured hydrangeas in wooden boxes and laser-cut wooden table numbers. Guests were given the choice between steak, chicken, and fish for dinner. They were also given personalized pink and blue koozies as favors. “Rather being tucked away in a corner, I decided we would design the room around the cake..the cake was the focal point sitting in the middle on the room,” Beth said. The three tier white fondant cake was topped with blush and ivory flowers. Beth’s planning advice? “Start by making a list of the things that are most important to you and your fiance.” See the full board here.

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Feb
02
Amy + Jimmy: Green and Ivory Intimate Island Wedding in Washington by Suzanne Rothmeyer Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

stitchPhotos: Suzanne Rothmeyer Photography; Venue: Bayside Cottages; Gown: Lena Medoyeff; Groom’s Attire: Men’s Wearhouse; Officiant: David Welch

Amy and Jimmy were married at Bayside Cottages in Orcas Island, Wash. on September 5. The bride looked radiant in a v-neck gown with floral embroidery and a gold sash with matching gold flats. She wore her hair in a wavy partial updo and carried a bouquet of ivory and pale blush roses accented with pieris and feathers. The groom looked handsome in a light gray suit with a yellow striped neck tie. The couple tied the knot in front of 18 close friends and family members on the grounds of Bayside Cottages overlooking the water. ” Our goal was to create a memorable experience for all, in a pristine and private setting surrounded by natural beauty and love,” Amy said of their wedding inspiration. A reception followed inside where guests sat at tables featuring white linens, lace table runners, and green mason jars adorned with lace ribbon. ” The setting was the most beautiful place on earth and brought me back to my childhood memories of a cabin in the woods on a northern MI lake,” Amy said of their location. Guests enjoyed dinner and for dessert indulged in a two-tier chocolate cake adorned with ivory roses and greenery. Amy’s advice for couples on their wedding day? “Show gratitude while you’re in the presence of your guests and make everyone feel special.” See the full board here.

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Jan
29
Taia + Taylor: Intimate Fall Museum Garden Wedding in New York City by John Branch IV Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

stitchPhotos: John Branch IV Photography; Venue: Museum of the City of New York; Gown: Phillip Lim; Shoes: Jimmy Choo

Taia and Tyler were married at the Museum of the City of New York in New York, NY on October 4. The bride looked gorgeous in a more casual get-up complete with a knee-length silk dress, a white cardigan, and blue lace peep-toe heels. Her hair was done in a single braid and adorned with white flowers. She carried a colorful bouquet of purple dinner plate dahlias, disianthus, and bupleurum. The groom looked dapper in a dark blue suit with a purple neck tie. The pair tied the knot in front of 80 guests in the garden at the museum. “We really wanted to have a small wedding of only our closest friends and family,” Taia said. Close friends of the couple officiated the ceremony and incorporated other loved ones as well. A reception followed inside which featured twinkling lights throughout the space. “Our focus was on having good food and drinks in a comfortable environment,” Taia said of the reception. The tables featured red floral arrangements and votive candles. The bride’s best advice? “Don’t make your own invitations unless you are having fewer than 50 people!” See the full board here.

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