Posts Tagged ‘navy blue weddings’

Nov
17
Kirsten & Brian: Navy Blue and Green Classic Country Club Wedding by Ardent Photography & Unveiled Portraits
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

stitchPhotos: Ardent Photography & Unveiled Portraits; Reception Venue: North Shore Golf Club; Bride’s Gown & Bridesmaid Dresses: Erika’s Bridal Couture; Groom’s Attire: Men’s WearhouseHair: Alissa from Cheveux Salon; DJ: Boogie and the Yoyoz; Cake: Tamara’s the Cake GuruCeremony Venue: First Presbyterian Church

Kristen and Brian were married at the First Presbyterian Church with a reception following at the North Shore Golf Club in Neenah, Wisc. on June 14. Kristen looked gorgeous in a strapless ruched fit ‘n flare gown with her hair in a classic updo and accessorized with a hip-length veil. She carried a bouquet of ferns, pittosporum, succulents, calla lilies, spray roses, and silver brunia berries. Her ‘maids donned short chiffon v-neck navy blue dresses. The groom and his men were clad in gray suits and navy neck ties. Kristen and Brian officially tied the knot in front of 160 guests in a traditional church ceremony.  A reception followed at the country club where guests sat at round tables with white linens and featured green and white floral centerpieces. “We wanted a simple and classic look for our wedding,” Kristen said. Guests were asked to sign a picture book of the couple. After dinner guests enjoyed a simple blue cake with a swirly white pattern and adorned with a sugar flower. “I made sure to cut off the planning 2 days before the wedding,” Kristen said. “I poured myself a glass of wine on Thursday evening and said I wasn’t going to stress about anything else.” See the full board here.

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Nov
04
Samantha + Daniel: Intimate Navy Blue and Gold New Orleans-Inspired Wedding by Mark Eric Weddings
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Mark Eric Weddings; Venue: Hermann-Grima House; Planner: Debbie Guidry of MICO Productions; Gown: Martina Liana from Bijou Bridal; Hair: Erica Kelly at Cuz N Company Salon; Makeup: Melissa from Ashley Sievert Beauty; Groom’s Attire: J.Crew “Ludlow” Tuxedo; Jewelry: Barry Jay Jewelers; Caterer: Joel Catering; Music: Jack Magic Entertainment; Cake: The Kupcake Factory; Live Painter: Alex Harvie Original Oils

Samantha and Daniel were married at the Hermann-Grima House in New Orleans, La. on October 27. Samantha looked radiant in a strapless drop waist gown with a ruffled skirt. Her hair was down in soft waves and she carried a gold metallic brooch bouquet. The groom looked handsome in a classic black tuxedo. “We were inspired for a destination wedding in New Orleans during a trip there,” Samantha explained. Samantha and Daniel tied the knot at the historic house in the french quarter, in front of just 50 guests. Following the ceremony, friends and family participated in a local tradition known as a second line parade. The march is a celebration of the bride and groom and includes a jazz band! Guests waved screen printed handkerchiefs, which were a gift from the newlyweds to their guests. “October is a beautiful time to visit New Orleans,” Samantha said. “Our wedding day was the classic example of that.” A reception followed in the courtyard of the historic home. Guests sat at long banquet tables which boasted gold and blue place settings and wine bottle table numbers. Dinner consisted of traditional Louisiana fare and featured shrimp and grits, beef short ribs, and redfish. The couple shared their first dance together and enjoyed a single-tier white cake adorned with gold dots and a personalized topper. Chocolate and vanilla cupcakes were also served. The couple was extremely pleased with their whole celebration. “We knew we wouldn’t want to hold our wedding anywhere else,” Samantha said. See the full board here.

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Oct
07
Preppy Pink and Blue South Carolina Beach Wedding by Love Dot Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Love Dot Photography; Ceremony Venue: Steam Gun Beach; Reception Venue: Port Royal Golf Club; Bride’s Gown: Rosa Clara from Lace Bridal Couture; Groom & Groomsmen Attire: J.Crew Blazer, Vineyard Vines Pants and Tie, Ralph Lauren Shirt, and Sperry Shoes; Bridesmaid Dresses: J.Crew; Transportation: Sea Pines Trolley; Music: DJ Timothy Vernon; Cake: Adam Eudy Cakes

Dresden and Peter were married on Steam Gun Beach followed by a reception at Port Royal Golf Club in Hilton Head, S.C. on May 10. The bride looked radiant in a strapless sweetheart drop waist gown. She pulled her hair in a partial updo and carried a bouquet of pink and purple hydrangeas tied with a tulle ribbon (which was put together by her parents). Her ‘maids donned navy blue one-shoulder dresses and carried preppy pink hydrangea bouquets. The groom and his men looked dapper in light pink pants, dark jackets, and blue bow ties. The wedding took place right on the beach in front of a bamboo chuppah as 100 guests watched in folding chairs. For Dresden, this location was an easy decision. “I grew up going to Hilton Head every summer since I was born and always had said I wanted a wedding on the beach there,” she explained. Young gentlemen in pink bow ties carried a banner down the aisle that read “Here comes the bride.” After officially tying the knot, the wedding party rode in style on a red trolley to the reception. The reception tablescapes featured various beach decor such as seashells and starfish. There were also votive candles inside white lanterns for a beachy effect. The three-tier blue cake was adorned with seashells and starfish as well. Guests filled favor bags with various candy from the display Dresden and Peter created, they also offered them glow sticks to use on the dance floor. Talk about creative! “Stick to what you have always imagined ,” Dresden encourages. “Everyone will be trying to talk you into what they have envisioned for the wedding, but you want it to be the perfect day.” See the full board here.

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Sep
16
Lucy + Ryan: Intimate Navy Blue Springtime Australian Wedding by iZO Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos:  iZO Photography; Venue: Sittella Winery; Groom’s Attire: Country Road; Hair Stylist: Justin at Maurice Meade Garden City; Bridesmaids Dresses: Zimmerman; Ceremony Arch: Pretty Willow Hire; Lighting: Micktric Events; Bride’s Dress: My Catwalk; Makeup Artist: Jess at ME Studio; Flowers: Singapore Flower Girl; Bridal Shoes: Flannel and Myer

Lucy and Ryan were married at Seven Day Adventist Church in North Perth, Australia, followed by a reception at Sittella Winery in Swan Valley, on April 27. The bride opted for a casual look with a strapless, flowy gown featuring ruching and layering details. She wore her hair in a relaxed updo under a veil that Lucy and her grandmother handmade together. She carried a bouquet complete with dark red peonies, thistle, and greenery. Her ‘maids wore short, sleeveless, navy blue dresses and carried bouquets featuring white blooms and greenery. The groom donned a navy blue suit and bow tie, while his men wore white button-down shirts with red ties. “Everything was centered around creating a warm atmosphere,” Lucy said. “I have dappled in a bit of interior design so I took on the role of visual design of the ceremony and reception.” The couple exchanged vows in front of 100 guests in a traditional ceremony, with an ivy-covered arch as the backdrop, and featured the bride’s 5-year-old cousin as the flower girl. The guests then moved to the Sittella Winery for food, drinks, and dancing. “We wanted our wedding to be relaxed- a day where we could celebrate the start of the rest of our lives and genuinely enjoy the company of our closest friends and family,” Lucy said. Each table featured a floral centerpiece, with the table number written on a mini chalkboard, and tea towel favors designed by the couple.The reception featured games such as the newlywed shoe game, and a more creative component as well! “Each table had to come up with a poem for the bride and groom- a very hilarious event that included a spectacular impromptu rap form one of the guests,” Lucy said. Guests enjoyed a three-tiered cake adorned with greenery for dessert. Lucy’s advice for engaged couples? “Set aside regular times during the planning to keep your family and brial party in the loop,” she said. “It’s important that everyone is on the same page for the big day.” See the full board here.

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