Posts Tagged ‘mint weddings’

Nov
19
Melissa + Todd: Mint and Blush Spring Rustic Ranch Wedding by Julius Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

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Photos: Julius PhotographyVenue: Cherry Creek Lodge;Gown: David’s BridalHair and Makeup: Kim Macchiaroli at KLM Artistry; Groom’s Attire: Men’s Wearhouse; Flowers: Rose Garden FloralShoes: Saba’s Western Wear; Favors: Julia Baker Confections; Band: Junction 87Cake: The Sweet Shoppe;  Planners: Holly Dickrell and Susan Jacobson

Melissa and Todd were married at Cherry Creek Ranch in Young, Ariz. on April 26. Melissa looked radiant in a v-neck gown with a ruffled back and romantic bow. She wore her hair in a side swept curly ponytail and carried a bouquet of blush roses, succulents, and Queen Anne’s lace. The groom looked handsome in a tan three-piece suit with a mint tie and a feather boutonniere. The pair tied the knot in front of just 50 guests in a barn on Cherry Creek Ranch. “We decided to get married there after doing one of their cattle drives and eating some of the most delicious prime rib we’d ever had,” Melissa said. Guests sat in white folding chairs as the pair exchanged vows in front of a hay wall and a rustic arch made of antlers, gauze, and flowers. The ceremony featured an adorable ring bearer in a khaki suit and a flower girl in a pink tulle dress.  The newlyweds rode off into the sunset on horses after they’d tied the knot. “At first, I thought jumping on a horse was a crazy thing to do in a wedding dress,” Melissa said. “But we were getting married on a ranch in the middle of nowhere and riding off into the sunset is how you say ‘and they lived happily ever after’ in the wild west.”A reception followed at the lodge where guests sat at long banquet tables decorated with white linens, antlers, and boxed floral centerpieces. A game of “I Spy” was placed at each setting for friends and family to play during the reception. They feasted on stuffed chicken and prime rib for dinner, then danced to music from an Arizona country band. A mini-cake and cupcakes sat on a rustic tree slice display adorned with antlers and roses, which the guests enjoyed for dessert. Melissa has three simple rules for couples doing their wedding planning. “Don’t overdo it, don’t sweat the small stuff, and know when to hire a professional.” See the full board here.

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May
16
Tiffany + Michael: A Casual Coral and Mint Fall Florida Beach Wedding By Harmony Lynn Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Harmony Lynn PhotographyCeremony Venue: Barrier Island SanctuaryReception Venue: Ryckman ParkFloral Designer: Mattern WholesaleHair Stylist: Alure SalonMakeup Artist: Fifth Avenue on Location Hair & MakeupDress Designer: Allure Bridals from Aurora Unique Bridal BoutiqueGroom and Groomsmen Attire: Meredith’s BridalInvitations: D.C. Ellington Co.Officiant: Randy Alonso from CentralLife.orgCeremony Musicians: New School DropoutsRentals: Chairs for AffairsCaterer: Renaissance CateringCake: PublixDJ: A Premier Entertainment

Tiffany and Michael were married at Barrier Island Sanctuary followed by reception at Ryckman Park in Melbourne, Fla. on November 16. “I always wanted my wedding in a garden, and Mike always wanted to get married on the beach,” Tiffany said. “We compromised and had both!” The bride wore a v-neck lace fit ‘n’ flare wedding gown, accessorized with her hair in a braided updo, while the groom wore a tan three-piece suit, accessorized with a white tie. Bridesmaids wore mint chiffon dresses and carried bouquets of garden roses, hydrangeas, and berries. “Seafoam is my favorite color, so that was an easy choice,” she said. Tiffany walked down the aisle arm-in-arm with her dad as a rock and reggae band played. How cool is that? Following the nuptials, all 95 guests were seated underneath a tent. Tables were decorated with white linens, coral napkins, and gold charger plates. Notice the “Mint to Be” tins? Those served as fresh favors. The newlyweds performed their first dance to Lauryn Hill’s cover of “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You,” but “our guests didn’t want to leave the dance floor at the end of the night!” Tiffany said. Good thing they didn’t miss out of the wish lantern send-off! See the full board here.

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Feb
19
Lainie + Jared: A Vintage Blush and Mint Fall Canada Wedding By Kristilee Parish Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Kristilee Parish PhotographyCeremony Venue: Josephburg Community ChurchReception Venue: Northgate Lions Recreation CentreBride’s Gown by Private Label by G from Urban Bride Delivered Consignment BoutiqueHair Stylist: Micole Chappel; Makeup Artist: Jackie Frey; Groom’s Attire by Vera Wang from MooresBridesmaid Dresses by The Dessy GroupFloral Designer: The Flower Pot; Caterer: E.M.M.A. Catering; Linens: Sharper Image and Living the Dream LinensFavors by Gramma Bee’s Honey

Lainie and Jared were married in a traditional church ceremony at Josephburg Community Church followed by a reception at Northgate Liones Receration Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada on October 5. “My inspiration for the wedding was vintage style,” Lainie said. “I love the look, history, feel, and beauty that comes along with all things vintage, so I wanted to incorporate that into the wedding.” The bride wore a beaded bodice ruffled wedding gown, accessorized with her hair half-up/half-down in loose curls and fingertip-length veil, while the groom wore a three-piece dark gray suit, accessorized with a a black tie. Bridesmaids looked oh-so lovely in their mint long chiffon dresses! “We had our incredible photographer capture us and our amazing wedding party on train tracks, an old family farm, and an old train trestle,” Lainie said. Reception tables were decorated with handmade details such as books, mason jars, windows, furniture frames, and more. Guests enjoyed sipping on his-and-hers signature cocktails too. The “blushing bride” and “Caesar.” “The reception, like any wedding, was all about the party and celebration with family and friends,” Lainie said. See the full board here.

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