Today’s real wedding is classic and stunning with a modern twist! Emma and Andrew had a beautiful wedding despite that it rained the entire day. Emma and her Mom collected all sorts of decor items over the years which made their way into this gorgeous wedding.
This styled bridal shoot was based on Edward Lear’s classic poem, “The Owl and The Pussycat”. The walls of the cafe are decorated in fantastic chalk art, and there is such a whimsical woodland vibe throughout the entire establishment. Enjoy this Poem Inspired Styled Shoot! Xoxo,
Surprise, surprise! I’m back with another DIY tutorial. Our September wedding is fast approaching, and I’m feeling the pressure to get my projects completed. With most of our other details already hashed out, I’m lucky to be able to devote my time to hand-making most of the
Chris + Lauren June 8, 2013 Kingsville, Ontario | Hungler Apple FarmWhat was your wedding budget? Our budget was $30,000 Venue Rentals & Food- $15,000 Band- $1000 Wedding Dress + Alterations- $3000 Decorator (including Flowers)- $5,000 Photographer- $3000 Misc (Desserts, Decor etc) – $3000How many guests did
I just know you will love this vintage inspired wedding! This couple created a gorgeous day on a tight budget and the details seem SO fun! I love that they used vintage furniture in their wedding photos and the fact that they created a DIY photobooth!
A photo of my vintage inspiration taken at an antique mall. We’ve all heard the saying, “something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue”, however, if you choose to have a vintage inspired wedding you can take this to next level. Not only is a