Posts Tagged ‘traditional weddings’

Aug
21
Inna + Igor: A Traditional Metallic-Infused Spring Ohio Lodge Wedding By Nine Zero Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Nine Zero Three PhotographyEvent Planner: Vita Shevchenko; Dress Designer: Fyodor AtelierJewelry: Arthur’s JewelersFloral Designer: Creations by LynnGroom’s Attire: Bar IIIShoes: Truth or Dare by Madonna; Reception Venue: American Croation LodgeRentals: Event Source and Elegant Event CreationsCake: Marina Muntyan

 Inna and Igor were married at American Croation Lodge in Cleveland, Ohio on May 31. ”Our faith and conservative upbringing was the core of our inspiration,” Inna said. “Before we began our wedding planning, Igor and I decided we wanted it God-centered, conservative and imperfect.” Fun fact: They knew each other growing up and even tried to match each other up with friends. However, after a trip to Chicago in 2013, Igor realized that he and Inna were meant to be. The bride wore a long-sleeved lace a-line wedding gown with an illusion neckline, accessorized with mantilla fingertip-length veil, while the groom a navy blue suit, accessorized with a bow tie. Bridesmaids wore long metallic dresses and carried bouquets of roses, anemones, and dried blossoms. Notice also that each groomsmen is wearing polka dot socks? Before the ceremony, the couple opted for a first look. ”It was exhilarating and exciting,” she said. Plus, it gave them a few moments to soak in the fact that hello, they were getting married! And celebrating with their nearest and deartest closest family and friends. How many attended? 525. The banquet hall tables were decorated with white linens and covers over chairs, lanterns filled with REAL butterflies,  jeweled candle votives, and antique picture frame numbers. In between dinner and dancing, the four-tiered cake was cut, and at the end of the nigth, a sea of wish lanterns were sent up into the sky. See the full board here.

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Jun
18
Samantha + Austin: A Traditional DIY Summer Alabama Church Wedding By J.Woodbery Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: j.woodbery photographyVenue: First Baptist Church of PinsonFloral Designer: FiftyFlowers.comDress Designer: by J.CrewHair and Makeup Artist: Salon UGroom’s Attire: Saks Fifth AvenueBridesmaid Dresses: JenJen HouseCaterer: Ken’s Hickory Pit Barbecue

Samantha and Austin were married in a traditional church ceremony at First Baptist Church of Pinson followed by a reception inside the banquet hall. Fun fact: She is a former contestant on America’s Next Top Model. The bride wore a sweetheart a-line wedding gown with a frothy, full tulle skirt, accessorized with a braided updo and cameo necklace, while the groom wore a dark gray suit, accessorized with a patterned tie. Guests were greeted with programs that featured a timeline of the couple’s relationship. “December 21, 2012 to the ancient Mayan calendar may have been the end of the world, but it was actually the beginning of theirs . . . Austin got down on one knee to ask Samantha to marry him. In the same Marine Biology classroom where it all began.” Just as the ceremony began, “I turned the corner with my dad walking me down the aisle in the church I grew up in and finally saw Austin for the first time,” Samantha said. The processional was just as exciting as the recessional — filled with ribbon wands! The reception kicked off with signature drinks such as Coca-Cola and sparking pink lemonade, tables were decorated with family heirloom vases and vessels atop mirrors, and paper pinwheels hung from the ceiling. In addition to the three-tiered cake, a dessert display was overflowing with Italian cannolis, chocolate-covered strawberries, and pies. See the full board here.

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Dec
17
Stephanie + John: A Traditional Fall Illinois Loft Wedding By OKRFOTO
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: OKRFOTO; Ceremony Venue: Saint Hedwig Catholic Church; Reception Venue: Gallery 1028; Floral Designer: Fleur 

Stephanie and John were married in a traditional Catholic ceremony at Saint Hedwig followed by a reception at Gallery 1028 in Chicago, Ill. The bride walked down the aisle, escorted by her father, wearing a beaded wedding gown with a drop waist, accessorized with diamond drop earrings. Her bridesmaid vibrant bouquets, featuring peonies, calla lilies, and roses, popped against their gray dresses. Guests enjoyed “Zombie Dust” and “Gumball Head” signature drinks as well as mini hors d’oeurvres during cocktail hour. The reception included original brick walls, exposed high beamed ceilings, and hardwood floors. Tables were decorated with candlelit mercury glass votives, and potted succulent centerpieces. See the full board here.

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Oct
09
Allison + Victor: A Traditional Rustic Illinois Ballroom Wedding By Gray Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Gray Photography

Allison and Victor wed before 150 guests at the St. Raphael Catholic Church in Naperville, Ill. “There is something so surreal about being surrounded by everyone you know and care about,” Allison said. She wore a satin Casablanca Bridal a-line wedding gown and her hair in long, loose curls adorned with a vintage-inspired comb. Allison’s “something old” was wrapped around her bouquet — a piece of lace from her mom’s wedding gown. As the newlyweds exited the ceremony, guests blew bubbles! “[For the reception,] I knew I didn’t want our wedding to be formal and stuffy,” she said. “I was drawn to the natural elements, flowers, and wood. Sort of a rustic vibe, but classic.” Escort cards were displayed on wooden logs, and cocktails were served in mason jar mugs. Assorted vases and vessels were filled with bright blooms and placed on top of circular mirrors. Old-fashioned caramels were at each place setting as favors. Allison and Victor chose the song “Then” by Brad Paisley for their first dance. “We are huge country fans,” Allison said. “I used to hate country, but Victor introduced me , and now, it’s basically all I listen to.” See the full board here.

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