Posts Tagged ‘Jessica Lorren Organic Photography’

Editor’s Weekly Wrap-Up: Ways To Incorporate Parents, DIY Dusty Miller Wire Heart, Reasons We’re Excited For Spring Weddings, How to Have a Circus-Themed Wedding, and Beachy Hairstyles
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Beauty, Do It Yourself, Real Weddings, 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:

8 Ways to Incorporate Your Parents’ Wedding Into Your OwnAdd a sense of nostalgia by wearing your mother’s veil, attaching a locket to your bouquet’s stems, or topping your cake with figurines.
Photos (from left to right): Cramer Photo and onelove photography
DIY Dusty Miller Wire HeartBend 12-16 inch long pieces of wires into a heart shape, secure with washi tape, and hot glue velvet leaves from a dusty miller plant — that’s it; only 3 easy steps!
Photo: Brittni Mehlhoff 
10 Reasons We’re Excited for Spring WeddingsWe can’t wait to see LOTS of peonies, tulips, hydrangeas bloom this upcoming season.
Photo: Jessica Lorren Organic Photography 
How to Have a Circus-Themed WeddingLaurel and Kevin did it, and so can you! Details included, red clown noses, hanging umbrellas, billboard posters, and of course, cotton candy.
Photo: Ely Fair Photography
30 Beachy Hairstyles – If you can imagine white sand between your toes and clear blue waters in the background, then you’ll want your hair down in loose curls or waves flowing with the breeze, right?
Photo: Katelyn James 

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Style File: Winter Wedding Ideas
Posted by Sarah Zlotnick. Filed under fashion, Flowers, Wedding Favors, Wedding Inspiration

Photos (clockwise from top left): The Nichols, Katie Osgood Photography, Jessica Lorren Organic Photography, Jennifer Kloss Photography, White Loft Studio, and Sarah Hasstedt Photography

Need inspiration for a winter wedding? A few of our editors share their favorites below:

From the Fashion Editor – Accessorize your wedding gown with a fur bolero jacket and your bridesmaids’ dresses with pashmina shawls. Don’t forget a pair of red stiletto pumps.

From the Flowers Editor – Bouquets of evergreens, poinsettias, roses, amaryllis, and stephanotis are a must-have. Maybe hang some mistletoe too? Check out more winter bouquets here.

From the Decor Editor – Fill your centerpiece vases with holly berries and surround with candles to create ambiance.

From the Favors Editor – Warm chocolate chip cookies and a cold glass of milk, gingerbread cookies, sugar cookies, gumdrops, miniature pine trees, you’ll be making your guests spirits merry and bright.

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Emily + Ray: A Rainy Day New York Boathouse Wedding By Jessica Lorren Organic Photography
Posted by Sarah Zlotnick. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Jessica Lorren Organic Photography

Emily and Ray had every intention of saying their “I do’s” outside on Prospect Park’s dock, but due to weather complications, the ceremony was moved inside the boathouse. The intimate, candlelit space next to the French doors was filled with mercury glass vases, frosted goblets, and glass tumblers spilling over with red and pink peonies and garden roses. The couple even incorporated their Chinese and Korean traditions into the ceremony to honor their parents. Emily wore an Enzoani lace mermaid wedding gown, Ray wore a classic, black-bow tie Hugo Boss tuxedo, and bridesmaids wore Aidan Mattox gold-sequinned dresses. During their first dance, “[we] danced with our parents to Laura Fygi’s ‘Love You For Sentimental Reasons,'” Emily said. “It was the first time either of us had been in such proximity to our usually reserved Asian parents for any lengthy amounts of time. . .it is perhaps my fondest memory of then night.” And a way for their parents to honor their wishes of incorporating Western traditions into the wedding. Guests enjoyed not one, not two, but THREE wedding cakes — “chocolate cake with layers of chocolate ganache and fresh strawberries and pistachio cake with layers of rosewater buttercream frosting and fresh raspberries.” Yum! See the full board here.

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