All you vintage loving brides are going to love this real art deco wedding from Star Noir Studio. The bride went all out with the theme with glam gowns for herself and her maids. She also did her table names as different popular 1920’s slang words. It was such an elegant and chic route for a DIY wedding.
I wanted my wedding to be covered in glitter in a classy way. I love the 20s style so all my girls had different styles and colors beaded dresses including myself.
I hand made all the decorations even cutting and painting the deer antlers and covering the vases in gold glitter. I didn’t want a traditional wedding. The pictures are the most important memory I have and I love them.
Ending the week off with this absolutely stunning shoot captured on film by the talented Connie Whitlock. This shoot was part of the Erich McVey Workshop inspired by the four elements: earth, wind, water, and fire. This romantic and etherial shoot represents wind and I don’t think it could get any prettier. The bouquet has this beautiful natural and organic feel and the calligraphy paper goods are too lovely for words. And the canyon location? Beyond breath-taking!
Photography | Connie Whitlock | Workshop | Erich McVey Workshop | Creative Direction & Styling | Ginny Au | Creative Direction & Styling Assistant | Ashley Nicole | Floral Design | Ashley Beyer | Floral Design Assistant | Breanna Williams | Hair & Makeup | Amy Clarke, The Halcyon Agency | Hair & Makeup Assistant | Beth Level | Gown | ‘Scarlet Gown’ By Rubicon | Veil | Monvieve From Ivory & White Boutique | Jewelry | J.Crew | Groom’s Attire | J.Crew | Paper Goods | Mon Voir | Ribbon | Frou Frou Chic | Models | Sydney Babcock Of Muse Models and Garrett Righele Of Option Models | Sponsors | Red Leaf Boutique, Neve Albums, and FujiFilm
I am absolutely falling for the colors in this rustic barn wedding from Brooke Courtney. Orange is sometimes a hard color to pull off, but it looks gorgeous here paired with peach and mint. The bouquets are amazing and I love all the personalized details they incorporated.
As my older sister told me from the beginning, “think of it as taking all your closest friends out to a nice dinner.” That began to spark my excitement of planning our wedding! Joe and I got engaged on September 29th 2012, on our favorite beach close to Maryland. The same beach where my aunt and sister both had their weddings. It was so special Joe incorporated that sentimental aspect into our engagement. My sister and brother in law photographed and recorded the whole proposal!
One of the most special moments would be when my mom and dad both walked me down the isle. They are both a big part of my life and who I am today, that I wanted both of them to be part of that special moment.
I picked my color palette of peach, mint, and gold tones from several Pinterest pins I kept going back to. Our colors and theme of “vintage chic,” looked perfect inside the rustic look of the barn at Ironstone Ranch.
On our wedding on September 20th 2014, I married my best friend. Sunny skies, and in the 70’s, it was a seamless day! It was all I hoped it would be, and I wish I could relive that day all over again!