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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘brown’
All the decor for Paroda and Matthew’s wedding was created by the bride and her mother. I’m crushing on the adorable centerpieces that are a fun spin on a terrarium, and the initials burned into the wood round base. The rustic theme was carried through the bride’s wild bouquet, burlap favor bags, and outdoor ceremony. Their initials keep popping up in the decor elements, which is a sweet, personal touch to such a warm and down-to-earth wedding.
Location: Saratoga Springs, NY
Photography: Keira Lemonis Photography
The wedding of Luke + Laura is rustic central. I’m in a fit of swooning over the soft palette, the lighting through the slats in the barn during the ceremony, and the low-key lantern release during the reception. The entire wedding was designed and pulled together by the couple, their family, and friends – they even brought in church pews for the ceremony in the barn!
Photography: Joshua McCoy Photography
As a diehard bookworm, the library-themed wedding of Jaclyn and Rick is vintage eye candy finest for me. All the rustic browns, oranges, and greens with great literary touches throughout the day created an atmosphere that perfectly represented the personalities of the couple. Personalized library cards greeted each guest at their place setting and Jaclyn paid homage to her Mexican heritage while also incorporating the couple’s cat into their wedding jewelry (a cameo for the bride and cufflinks for the groom).
Location: Foresthill, CA
Photography: Dave Shilling Photography
Venue: Monte Verde Inn
Cake: Kelly Dalisa of Monte Verde Inn
Day-of Coordinator: Kelly Dalisa of Monte Verde Inn
DJ: Music by Rich
This wedding has it all. Love, succulents, pink roses, chandeliers in the trees, an awesome pedicure, and a sweet backyard location, just to start. Mason jar accents abounded, and a great ceremony was followed by an even better reception. Occasionally when I come across weddings featured in the vast blogosphere, I’m concerned they may be too ambitious – is it really possible to recreate the stunning details that are shown in all these beautiful photographs? With Alisha and Scott’s wedding, you get the best of both worlds with a wedding that photographs so beautifully it looks like a completely different world, and it’s filled with DIY elements and projects anyone can do.
Photographer: stacey ramsey photographie