Today’s real wedding feature is a break from the traditional. Lindsay and Mike opted to spread their wedding and reception out over two weekends so they could enjoy an intimate ceremony and dinner at their desired venue (which had a strict guest limit), and then host a
Seashells, a garden wedding and turquoise bridal attire… What could be more perfect? Anita and Max do a beautiful job of bringing the ocean and beach to their garden setting with the use turquoise and beautiful seashell details. And how cute and creative is their wedding cake?
BBQ. Rustic details. A winery venue. Could there be a better combination? Jessica and Alex created a fun and beautiful wedding and reception for 130 guests on a budget of $8K! I love Jessica’s DIY wedding dress with the lace and blush details. And how fun is the popcorn
Two words comes to mind when looking over this purple outdoor wedding: fun and creative! I love how Shelby and Jeff used their budget as a launching pad to think outside the box to create a great event. Shelby’s flowers are absolutely gorgeous and they stayed
I love all of the roses and details in today’s vintage wedding. Jamie and Isaak masterfully pulled together their wedding day by tying together the ceremony and the reception with so many beautiful elements. I’m smitten with their reception centerpieces; so much color and character! And
Today we’re featuring a lovely autumn wedding that trimmed their budget by having their wedding in the middle of the week! Rebekka and Shawn incorporate elements of the season through embracing fall decor and their barn venue. Rebekka’s dress is stunning! And I love how they served
Our wedding today features gorgeous autumn colors, an outdoor venue, and a darling rustic wedding cake. What could be more perfect for an October wedding? Mallory and Andrew opted out of having a traditional wedding party, and chose to celebrate their day with their closest family
It’s time for another real budget wedding feature and I’m sure you’ll enjoy this lovely fall wedding. The navy dresses with orange and red flowers are a beautiful combination. Crystal and Tim do a great job of weaving those colors throughout the entire day. And isn’t
Today’s wedding is a treat with beautiful vintage and aqua details. Sami and Sean transformed a simple barn into a fun and interesting reception venue for their outdoor vintage wedding. I’m loving the black and white stripes with aqua details along with the darling bud vases.
What a perfect wedding for the first week of September as we prepare for beautiful fall weddings! This stunning November wedding with colorful details captures Tiffany and Jason’s personality as a couple and the beauty of the season. I especially love their creative puppy chow favors
I love when couples use seasonal colors and their personal stories as inspiration for their weddings. And Holly and Michael do a wonderful job weaving the beauty of the season and their story into their wedding. The deep purple and orange combo is stunning for the
Today’s wedding is full of sparkle, rustic details and the color aqua… what more could you want?!? I absolutely love how Angela and James created an outdoor wedding full of glitter and glamor while beautifully incorporating interesting elements like chalkboard signs and antique cameras. Angela’s shoes
Happy Wednesday! I love how Jennifer and Clayton incorporate blue hues, silver and white into their cozy autumn wedding. The bright colors work so well in this event because they complement the dark wood of their venue and the rustic decor; the chalkboard signs and cake
Today’s wedding is positively enchanting with a beautiful mountain setting, stunning church photos, outdoor reception, ballgown adorned bride and soft gray and pink wedding colors. Clint and Kristina decided to host their reception the day after they married. This is a great way to extend your
The combination of cheerful colors and breathtaking scenery is always a winning combination for weddings. I absolutely adore Charlotte and Avery’s blue and orange color scheme. I love how they incoporate their coloros into their attire, especially the combo of Avery’s vest, tie and boutonniere. The photos with the