Wednesday, October 31, 2018


Happy Halloween and what a treat we have for you today.  Atlanta based, Bree Lenker of Brianna Marie Photography has captured another gem and here's what she has to say about today's shoot: "I wanted to make this styled shoot not quite Halloween inspired, but more gothic. I plan out 12- 15 styled shoots that I host, plan, and photograph every year. This particular one is October's surprise! Enjoy. . .
Photographer: Brianna Marie Photography//Other Location:Whittier Mill Park//Apparel: Magscraftedveils//Invitation Designer: Squared Wedding Press//Floral Designer: Freesia Floral Design//Jewelry: D. Geller and Son//Caterer: Quillians Grill//Shoes: Impression Bridal Kennesaw//Makeup Artist: Beautiful You by Nancy//Hair Stylist: Kelsey Frost Hair Stylist//Culinary: The Prissy Plate Company////Submitted via Two Bright Lights

Tuesday, October 30, 2018


Living in a part of the world where beautiful sunny days are at a premium - we wanted to showcase an outside the box location and look so we took to the forest, and we are extremely excited at the result. This setting resulted in a whimsical and mysterious scene that included lose florals, earthy greens, hanging crystal chandeliers, a timeless Victorian lace wedding dress, Mercury Glass and Silver accents .. and then there was that cake!!  Offering a unique approach to the classic cake table, we hung the wedding cake from the tress! So many unreal elements with this styled shoot that add the perfect amount of fairytale to an otherwise scenic and natural setting. 
Photographer: Candy Koated Design Studio//Hair Stylist: Jasmin Hebert//Invitation Designer: Lovesky Design Inc.//Bakery: Sugar by Tracy//Apparel: Novia Mia Bridal//Makeup Artist: Makeup by Sydney White//Floral Designer: Shared Seasons Floral Designs//Event Designer: Engaged By Darcie//DIY or Handmade Goods Designer: LoveSpun Creations//Submitted via Two Bright Lights

Friday, October 26, 2018


Who says the floral wreath belongs exclusively to spring and summer? Autumn head wreaths and hair ornaments are every bit as beautiful as the fresh, blooming head chic of spring.  Dried leaves, ivy, berries and florals are the staples of some great Fall floral halos.  Today is all about the Autumn head wreath and a few other topping off gems perfect for this rustic time of year . . . .
Clockwise: Photo 1: Bride with Dasies via Anette89 Deviant Art///Photo 2: Bride in dried leaves and florals via Love my Dress//Photo3: Orange and yellow rose wreath via Bride Chic///Photo 4: Dried leaves and berries wreath via Green Wedding Shoes///Photo 5: Bride sitting on a window ledge via Pinterest///Photo 6: Redhead wearing dried leaves via Deviant Art///Photo 7: Twig headwreath via Tumblr///Photo 8: Bride with ried rose head wreath via Amy Jo Tatum Bridal Couture///Photo 9: Flaxen blonde in dried floral wreath via Wedding Chicks///Photo 10: Redhead in red headress via Pinterest///Photo 11: Bride in gold head wreath via 500 pix///Photo 12 via Junebug Weddings

Wednesday, October 24, 2018


These two didn't want to start off their marriage in debt so they did all the work themselves.  This is an affordable elopement that brings back what weddings are all about: A union between two people in love, not guests or all the fanfare. They have made an amazing setup on a budget in a beautiful location without breaking the bank . . . .
 Photographer: Dan Bushkin Photography//Calligrapher: Lovely Letter Collection//Floral Designer:Cheeky Blooms//Equipment Rentals: I Do Rentals//Design and Decor: Fancy Lou Designs//Apparel: Grace Style & Bridal//Makeup Artist: Morgan K Beauty//Submitted via Two Bright Lights