Friday, March 30, 2018

ROMEO AND JULIET INSPIRED

 Once this set of images made it into my inbox I was stunned and couldn't wait to share them!! The mood in which Sara Miller of Sara Elizabeth Photography captured the time-honored story of these lovers is amazing not to mention just plain inspiring. Any bride wanting romanticism on her wedding day will find it in this styled shoot with unexpected pops of color against the distressed beauty of a grand staircase. Says Sara: "Staying true to the original story, here's a lovely shoot focused on a gorgeous theme at Cator Woolford Gardens. Florals, beautiful dresses and a staircase straight out of your dreams, these star-crossed lovers made themselves a happy ending this time."




Photographer:  Sarah Elizabeth Photography//Event Planner:Sarah Elizabeth Photography//Dress Store:Alexandra's Formals//Signage: Autumn Bee Crafts//Veils and headpieces: Hair comes the bride//Design and Decor: A Ribbons Nest//Invitation Designer: Boxed Wedding Invitations//Floral Designer:Southern Grace//Event Planner: At the Alter Events//Event Planner:Perfect Plan//Equipment Rentals: Decor by the day//Bakery: Sweet Tiffany's//Design and Decor: The Prissy Plate Company//Hair Stylist:Venyah Beauty//Makeup Artist: Beautiful You by Nancy//Event Venue: The Cator Woolford Gardens//Submitted via Two Bright Lights

Thursday, March 29, 2018

THE FLORAL HEAD WREATH

The beauty of every one of these headpieces is each was custom designed by a florist somewhere in the world. Whether worn in a continuous circlet or sprinkled through your hair, flowers are a hot trend in the bridal arena.   Floral wreaths aren't new to complimenting bridal wear.  Queen Victoria wore a wreath of orange blossoms with a veil of Honiton lace back in the 19th Century when she married Prince Albert. In the 1920s, brides wore a wreath of florals and long flowing veils with shorter dresses.  The trending wave we're seeing now for these spectacular floral accents may have to do with how beautifully this topping-it-all-off accessory goes with Boho as well as styles reminiscent of the 20s-30s era.  Below you'll more than a few options for donning flowers on your wedding day






CREDITS

Photos 1-2: Magic Memory Works via Something Borrowed-Floral Designer:Floral 
Verde//Photo 3: Creatrix Photography via Autumn Castle Shoot in Ireland--Floral Designer:Little Daisy Flowers///Photo 4:  Pasha Belman Photography via A Russian Wedding in the Carolinas///Photo 5: Melissa Mowry via Besties////Photo 6: Adria Lea Photography via Awesome Shooter Series--Floral Designer:Wild Rose Events///Photo 7: Chloe Moore Photography via Hippie Bride Styled Shoot///Photo 8:Krystal Zaskey Photography via The Awesome Shooters Series--Floral Designer: Orange Blossoms ///Photo 9: Jacqueline Marie Studios via Boho Rustic--Florals: Ruby Slipper Design///Photo 10: John Curry Photography via Love in Bloom--Floral Designer: Juniper Flowers///Photo 11 Lynette Weber Photography via Fall into Spring  --Florals by Artful Blooms///Photo 12: Ashlee Crowden Photography via A Styled Shoot in the Mountains--Floral Wreath: Petals of Aloha by Emily Alba//Photo 13: Arina B Photography via A Styled Shoot in Hawaii// Photo 14: Retrospect Images via Storybook Bride--Flowers by Three Sisters Flowers  and Events/Photo 15:   Brandy Angel Photography via Country Rustic Wedding--Flowers by  Z.Grant///Photo 16: Andie Freeman Photography via Bohemian Opulence--Flowers by Southern Sophistication Designs///Photo 17:  Six Hearts Photography via Kate Spade Inspiration--Flowers by Southern Sophistication Designs///Photos 18-19: One Perfect Event via A Boho Ranch Wedding--Floral Designer:Green Acre Florist///Photo 20:  Figtree Pictures via A Lace and Rose Wedding///Photo 21: Grace Kathryn Photography via La Boheme Bride--Florals by Camilla Floral Design