Posts Tagged ‘meg perotti photography’

Mar
21
Editor’s Weekly Wrap-Up: Southern-Inspired Bridal Party Looks, Green Wedding Flowers, Altars & Arches, Spring Wedding Fashion, And DIY Chalkboard Monogram Cookies

It’s that time of week again! Here are some of our editor’s favorite boards and ideas that you may have missed:

10 Southern-Inspired Bridal Party Looks– From ruffles and bows to suspenders and plaids, here are some looks all southern couples are sure to love.

Photo by Earthmuse Photography

8 Gorgeous Green Wedding Flowers– Ferns, leaves, and grasses may seem like the most obvious way to incorporate green into your wedding florals – but what about the blooms themselves? There are plenty of striking flowers available in this cheerful, earthy hue.

Photos (from left to right): Meg Perotti Photography and Steve Koo Photography

Altars and Arches– Do you want a beautiful backdrop for your ceremony? Whether you’re outside by the beach or inside a hotel, this board is full of inspiration to find the perfect altar or arch for your wedding day style.

Photos (from left to right): Onelove Photography and Danielle Capito Photography

Spring Wedding Fashion–It’s officially spring! From bridesmaids dresses, shoes, ties and jewelry, we’ve got all of the best wedding fashion in one place.

Photos (from left to right): Taylor Lord Photography and Laurelyn Savannah Photography

DIY Chalkboard Monogram Cookies– The chalkboard look is super trendy right now. This edible version would be great for wedding or shower favors. Be sure to make extras to keep for yourself!

Photo by Brooke Allison Photography

 


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Sep
19
6 Floral Wedding Decor Ideas
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Flowers

You’ve got the bouquets, boutonnieres, and centerpieces, but what else can you add flowers too? Lots! Here are six ideas you’ll love:

Table Runner – Dress your wooden banquet table with full and fluttery hydrangeas, roses, and peonies.

Photo: Abi Q Photography

Heart Wreaths – Forget circles! Hang a heart-shaped wreath on your venue’s front doors.

Photos (from left to right): Vitalic Photo and Troy Grover Photographers 

Gate Garlands – Drape garlands along an antique gate to create a formal entrance for your guests.

Photos (from left to right): Rylee Hitchner and Patrick Moyer Photography

Getaway Car – Freshen up your wedding exit.

Photos (from left to right): Jose Villa and Landon Jacob

Place Settings – Tag single stems with each guests’ name.

Photos (from left to right): Kailey Michelle Events and Meg Perotti Photography

Fireplace Mantel – If you’re getting married in the colder months, bring the outside in!

Photo: Christa Elyce Photography


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Sep
06
Style File: Romantic Wedding Ideas
Posted by Sarah Zlotnick. Filed under Beauty, fashion, Favors, Flowers, Jewelry, Wedding Invitations

Not sure which wedding style you want? If you’re searching for a venue filled with charm  — garden , vineyard, library, or historic home — our Style Editor’s ultimate romantic wedding guide is just for you:

From the Stationery Editor – Choose a modern invitation suite with fun graphics (like Andie and Andrew’s or Jennifer and Jamie’s).

Photo: Jeff Loves Jessica 

From the Fashion Editor - Flutter sleeves and delicate beading are just two of the dress details we love for romantic brides. Check out our top 10 romantic wedding dresses from Spring 2014 list!

Photos (from left to right): Jenny Packham and Sarah Janks

From the Beauty Editor - Equal parts ethereal and whimsical, a floral wreath is a must-have accessory for a romantic garden ceremony.

Photos (from left to right): Jen Huang Photography and Ryan Ray Photography

From the Jewelry Editor - Does it get any more lovely than this heart-shaped engagement ring?

Photo: The Bird and The Bear 

From the Favors Editor - Boxed up or on a platter, pink macarons are a sweet send-off for guests.

Photo: Meg Perotti Photography

From the Flowers Editor - Go for loose arrangements of fluffy pastel blooms and cascading greens in your bouquets and centerpieces.

Photos (from left to right): Caroline Joy and Jessica Burke

From the Decor Editor - A delicate bloom tied with a pretty bow makes a perfect place setting accent. And, of course, there’s nothing more romantic than soft candlelight.

Photos (from left to right): Caroline Joy and Absolutely Events 

From the Cakes Editor – Adorn your buttercream wedding cake with florals: garden roses, peonies, or dusty millers. See more floral wedding cakes here.

Photos (from left to right): Sweet and Saucy Shop

 

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