Posts Tagged ‘Suzanne Rothmeyer Photography’

Editor’s Weekly Wrap-up: 10 Fabulous Quotes to Display At Your Wedding, Mercury Glass, South Asian Wedding Attire, DIY: Dipped Pencil and Notebook Favors, Flower Girl Baskets
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Weekly Wrap-Up

It’s that time of the week again! Check out our round-up of stories that were featured on ProjectWedding.  Don’t forget to share your favorite ideas!

10 Fabulous Quotes to Display at Your Wedding– Show off some of your all-time favorite quotes throughout your wedding day.


Photo by Suzanne Rothmeyer Photographer

Mercury Glass– This silver-hued glass is a great decor element to add to any part of your reception.

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Photo by Kristine Marie Photography

South Asian Wedding Attire– Check out the gorgeous fashion from traditional South Asian weddings!

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Photo by Volatile Photography

DIY: Dipped Pencil and Notebook Favors– Make these creative and useful favors for your wedding guests.

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Photo by Brittni Mehlhoff of Paper & Stitch

Flower Girl Baskets– These baskets are just the ticket for your adorable flower girl.

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Photo by 13:13 Photography


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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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Laura + Kelvin: A Rustic DIY Summer Washington Farm Wedding By Suzanne Rothmeyer Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Suzanne Rothmeyer PhotographyVenue: Maplehurst FarmBride’s Gown by Galina for David’s BridalHair Stylists: Rachel Parkinson and Jen White of Studio 29Makeup Artist: Rosy CheeksBouquets and Boutonnieres: Anna Bee’s Floral DesignGroom’s Suit by Alfani from Macy’sThank You Notes: Carina SkrobeckiOfficiant: Jim Terry; Caterer: Avenue Catering; Cake: Le Crema CakesReception Music: Bust A Move DJ Services

Laura and Kelvin were married at Maplehurst Farm in Mt. Vernon, Wash. on August 24. “Maplehurst Farm gave us . . . gorgeous greenery, mountain views, and a large barn and property with more than enough room,” Laura said. “Washington is absolutely stunning in August (if it isn’t raining), and we got an incredible day that perfectly showcased the area’s natural beauty.” Guests were greeted with a directional sign post to various attractions, including the “I do’s,” lawn games, and s’mores as well as Seattle and Denver! “There was no question for Kelvin and myself that we wanted our wedding to be a day completely centered around our faith, our family and our love for home,” she said. “Though we live in Colorado now, Washington has and will always have a home in our hearts, and it was our hope that our wedding day would allow us to showcase our love for the place we both called home for so long.” Following the outdoor ceremony, the reception continued into the barn, where mason jars served as escort cards, Jenga blocks served as the guest book, and vintage china served as dinnerware. The best part? All the homemade sweets! See the full board here.

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