We’re so used to “trash the dress” features done by bodies of water that having a different variety like this is a nice change. Looking at this album made me think of the word “ethereal”. Maybe it’s the orange and yellow of the leaves, the bride’s outfit matched by the pretty headpiece, or maybe it’s just the way this couple lovingly looks at each other. Whatever the reason is, it made the photos look more alive and (as I’ve said earlier) ethereal. Such a beautiful couple. Late congratulations Kaitlyn and Justin!
I know the weather is getting quite chilly so our feature today can serve as a nice reminder of one thing to look forward to in the upcoming months – spring! This elegant wedding was adorned with what makes that certain season beautiful, flowers. Lots of flowers. The cake was subtly designed with embossed floral details. The reception tables were adorned with it as well. And lastly, the portraits were taken in a lovely garden that had blossoms in purple, orange, and white. Ah, this just makes you long for the return of spring. Anyway, congratulations Jessica & Kristopher!
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.