The innocence of mint and the royalty of gold are the perfect color combination choice of Kara and Nick. The best thing about their wedding is that their friends helped them put up some of the DIY decorations that achieved the lofty and tranquil feel the couple wanted — perfect for a more personal and whimsical touch. Almost every decoration are all custom made only for K and N’s union. We are all happy both of you are each other’s best fish in the sea! Have a happy married life, you two!
Goodness gracious were the first words I said the moment I saw the photos. Everything in this styled shoot are fresh and innocent as all the elements are well orchestrated to nature. Pinecones, white candles, and sleek red florals are the few basic ornaments used but nature did its ultimate job which is to enhance the total look of the package. The tall trees served as the backdrop which is effortless and laid-back to the bride’s mermaid cut wedding gown. The creative team surely got what they wanted for their shoot, something raw and unmanicured. If I were to get married right now, I would definitely pick this style and theme! How about you? ;)
This is how I imagined a fall shabby chic theme would look like and everything is so good. Corey and Kylie’s wedding is certainly one of those you’d put on a vision board for inspiration. It’s complete with DIY banners, floral cake, and repurposed decors. With the twinkling lights that illuminated the gorgeous couple, the ambiance was extra romantic.
There is something with nature that gives off a boho rustic vibe. This styled shoot opened up our eyes to more ideas. I’m pretty much in love with the vintage carriage that was used in this shoot — perfect with the setting! When going for a wedding outdoors, it’s wise to use wild flowers to incorporate into the venue. It makes it more authentic and in line with the theme.
Vintage and sentimental items are not automatically similar but it is undeniable that if they’re both present, they do work together pretty well. Especially when it comes to something very personal to the bride, like her wedding gown. At first it may seem that our bride’s wedding gown was intentionally designed to look a little bit old-fashioned but in fact it’s more of a sentimental choice, for a part of it actually came from the bride’s mom’s gown way back. The idea to have a part of your parent’s wedding in your own is something not every couple are given the opportunity to have, so it’s heartwarming when a bride and groom decides to incorporate their parent’s history into the start of their future.