Two-in-One Reading Material For Wedding Couples July 26 - Blogger.ba
Frida Khalo Wedding Inspiration
Nestled between the Santa Ynez foothills + the Pacific Ocean, the historic Dos Pueblos Ranch in Santa Barbara set the scene for today’s gorgeous styled shoot. Pulling inspiration from Frida Khalo’s art + life, the team behind this romantic wedding inspiration paid homage to this prolific artist by layering beautiful + bold details and incorporating unique elements of her Mexican Heritage throughout. And even though this is a seemingly specific theme, I really think you’ll find that so many of the inspiring design ideas can easily adapt to other wedding styles or celebrations. Here’s more from Nicole of Hint of Chic, the stylist bridesmaid dresses uk behind the shoot:
An abandoned greenhouse hosts the simple, organic ceremony based off the infamous French Vogue cover featuring Frida. Rose-heads float amidst the ombré green ribbon, acting as a sensuous backdrop to the ceremony. Behind the ribbon, a gilded frame showcases the sacred heart milagro, blessing the union between husband and wife. Completing the overall look, two large, spiked agave flank the alter, adding an edgy element to the otherwise feminine ceremony. Read more …
Pastel Pretty, Quirky and Alternative Garden Party Wedding Inspiration
I don't even need to tell you the weekend is right around the corner, but it is, and it's hot and it's Friday, and so I sure as heck hope you have that feel-good factor right now! I've got something a little different but none-the-less beautiful to share with you this morning.
Pastel shades are a huge hit at the moment, all those pale, dreamy hues loan themselves so beautifully to styling weddings in the summer season. These set of 'vintage pastel' inspired images comes to you from a collaboration of North East based suppliers, that include photographer Helen Russell, stylist and props hire company Sweet Pea Events and accessories designer Katy of What Katy Did Next. They were shot on location at The Garden Station - a fabulous wedding venue in Northumberland, that is set in a restored railway station and gardens.
I love the fun, whimsy, quirky nature of these photographs and the beautiful twirly dress movement captured in those dresses so beautifully by photographer Helen Russell. Keep reading....
Somewhere Over The Rainbow
I love quirky wedding venues and this one is a goodie. Today’s very pretty affair comes from the Yorkshire Sculpture Park – the open, airy spaces of the venue and the lush, green surrounding countryside make the perfect backdrop for Lou and Al’s wedding. Plus the cool sculptures and art work were instant entertainment for the guests.
Lou is Bride who definitely created the wedding she and Al wanted – this wedding isn’t full of fussy details, there’s no traditional gown, no favours and the cake is a giant Krispy Kreme tower!
Lou The Bride: Hello! We are Lou and Al. I (Lou) am from North Wales originally and Al is a Sheffield boy born and bred. We now live in Cheshire. We got married on the 30th June 2012 at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park in West Yorkshire. As well as being a favourite place of ours to visit, it is an amazing space and is a totally unique place to get married. Continue reading ....