Today’s wedding styled shoot features a 1920s-inspired theme with pops of color — gold, ivory, peach, and pink. Think: Great Gatsby! The bride wore a satin v-neck wedding gown, accessorized with a pearl statement necklace and headband, while the groom wore a classic black tuxedo, accessorized with a bow tie. A sequined and balloon covered backdrop served as the focal point along with clocks to prepare for the stroke of twelve. Floral arrangements included roses, hydrangeas, scabiosa pods, pine cones, and greenery. We love how the natural elements are sparkling with glitter, and let’s not forget the champagne toast. A New Year’s Eve celebratory necessity. Cheers, y’all, here’s to 2014!
This holiday season, we wanted to wish you much happiness and good health for the upcoming new year! If you got engaged, CONGRATS! After all, this is the most popular time to pop the question and say, “yes.” Take a look at WeddingWire’s WinterBook 2013 to kick-start your planning (hint, hint), it’s filled with everything you need to know on-the-go:
Although it’s been said many times, many ways, we hope everyone has a fulfilling holiday with lots of turkey, stuffing, and pumpkin pie! And if you’re using the day to wedding plan with your families, consider these photo galleries:
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day this weekend, we thought we’d share a few Irish wedding traditions. Green is always associated with the luckiest day of the year, but it used to be considered unlucky for a wedding as it might entice malicious fairies and leprechauns. However, it was lucky for a bride if her groom went through with the ceremony. Who knew that Irish men were known for getting cold feet? Guests would have to lock the church doors just in case. With modern modifications, you can incorporate the luck of the Irish with these three ideas:
Be superstitious like the Irish and spread three-leafed good luck charms at each place setting.