I totally love this picture (above) of our couple because it looks so editorial and chic. But anyway, this wedding is just timeless and classic – the details, the outfits and the pictures say so themselves. Our bride wore a lovely mermaid wedding dress with her hair up in a chignon to showcase her beautiful pearl necklace. If that doesn’t read timeless to you then I don’t know what will. Congratulations Rachel & Michael!
Our bride and groom wanted an effortless wedding day and they achieved that while maintaining the elegance of the event. It felt as if everything was prepared and executed comfortably and smoothly and because of that, the focus was all on our couple who just wanted to finally be wedded together in front of the most important people in their lives. Their photographer even shared that our bride didn’t want to go through all the trouble of preparing but can we all just agree that she just looked so stunning in simplicity! Congratulations Elizabeth and Nathaniel!
A sparkly and glamorous wedding in the beautiful city of Boston. We love the combination of the stylish elegance of the wedding details in various shades of pink which was back dropped by the edgy structures of the metro. This event sure is perfect complement for our lovely couple who, as we were told, were opposites! Congratulations Meghan & Patrick!
Chicago skyline is one of the most exquisite skyline there is and our couple’s idea to emphasize this scenic view throughout their equally exquisite wedding is just apt. The edginess and structure of the details in this wedding, may it be the big buildings or the small table pieces, added color and personality to this already elegant event.
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.