This lovely wedding in the Catskills features lovely colors, wildflower centerpieces, farm animals and beautiful images by photographer Jami Saunders.
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Photographer Karen Wise sent over images of this simple Hawaiian wedding and I was smitten. People often think a destination wedding means ridiculous amounts of planning and the inconvenience of a 2000 mile barrier between you and coordinator. However, destination weddings are quite the opposite. They seems to be more relaxed, and supremely focused on friends, family and the celebration of love. Vacation AND a wedding? I love it!
Karen Wise (who just got engaged herself!) has offices on both the West and East Coasts. I LOVE her style, so now, of course, I’ve added her to my list of photographers for my wedding.
Photographer Mikaela Rudhner sent over these images of Anna and Israel’s simply sweet wedding and I’m so excited to share them! That bouquet…it moved my good mood meter up AT LEAST three notches. The best part is, the bouquet was put together by Anna’s best friend on the morning of the wedding. UM? Yeah. DIY Flowers…Anna proves sometimes, it really can be done! Thanks Mikaela for sending over these little pretties.
Check back later today! I’ve got a destination wedding with TONS of lovely pictures!
Stephanie and Kylan’s wedding has so many pops of color! It’s a perfect midweek summertime treat. Photographer Sarah Rhoads shared these images with us and I’m hoping they’ll be a nice little pick-me-up. (That is…if you are in need of one).
Eric and Lina are an internationally diverse couple. While Eric is from the U.S., Lina hails from Denmark. One of the interesting things about planning their wedding were the American traditions, says Lena:
Bridesmaids aren’t a Danish tradition in weddings, but Eric explained the meaning behind it, and it was fun to choose special people in my life to share in the day. Nana, my sister, insisted on being called the ‘best girl’ after she heard the guy version is called ‘best man’-maid of honor didn’t cut it for her. It was really special to me that I could honor my cousins who traveled a long distance to come to my wedding in California.
One of my other favorite parts of their wedding were crepes made to order by Crepes Bonaparte. LOVE IT! Special thanks to T&H Photography for sharing their work! As always, they’ve taken gorgeous photos!
PHOTOGRARHY: t&h photography / BRIDE’S DRESS & VEIL: Marisa from Mary Me Bridal, Tustin, CA – the veil was made by a local seamstress BRIDE’S SHOES: Michael Shannon / BRIDESMAIDS DRESSES: H&M / GROOMS FORMAL WEAR: Suit and shirt from Zara and the tie from Express / FLOWERS: By Allison Vandewarker from Avant Garde Events / RECEPTION: Private Estate, Catering: Crepes Bonaparte / CEREMONY: Private Estate / WEDDING PLANNER: Lana Meadows / VIDEOGRAPHER: Danielle and Jared from Side by Side Video
Eva and Ryan’s gorgeous wedding shot by Anjuli of Photo Orange Photography is rustic, earthy, and absolutely beautiful! I love Eva’s dress…love her bouquet…love the colors…I just love it all!
This destination wedding takes place at the Korakia Pensione in Palm Springs, California. The Moroccan inspired resort set the tone for the entire wedding, and photographer Caroline Tran captured such incredible imagery, I feel honored to share it with you today.
Some guests woke up early to enjoy yoga in the courtyard…
An outdoor cafe served breakfast to guests as they woke up…
While the bride spent the day getting ready, one of her friends baked the wedding cake. Wine and baking? What a lovely way to spend an afternoon.
Here’s the brooch that the bride put on the back of her dress…I adore this sweet and personal detail!
Caroline explains, “It was an intimate ceremony. 40 of their closest friends and family surrounded them in a circle as they exchanged vows.”
The wedding cake is topped by polaroids of the bride and groom taken earlier in the day.
I love the beautiful food stations with a Moroccan flare, provided by caterer Piero’s Acqua Pazza.