Recent Style Posts
In Greek and Roman mythology, a nymph is a nature spirit (usually an attractive woman), who inhabits the woods, forests, mountains, lakes or the sea. How magical! This style shoot portrays a wood nymph set in the woods with earthly details such as: birch and vines for the altar, wood benches for seating, candles, moss table runners and branch silverware.
There’s something romantic about having your wedding in a field surrounded by nature and your closest family and friends there to celebrate. For the boho-chic bride, here’s some inspiration filled with plenty of pastels and vintage details:
Dress Designers (from left to right): Dessy and Marios Schwab
Remember Tibby (Amber Tamblyn) from “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants?” Well, she tied the knot to actor David Cross Oct. 6 wearing a non-traditional mustard-colored dress. Tamblyn arrived in a canoe for her nuptials, barefoot, and adorned with yellow flowers in hair as well as in her bouquet. Of, course all her costars from “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” were in attendance, including newlyweds Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds. What do you think of Tamblyn’s dress? Would you wear a non-white, ivory or cream dress? Tell us in the comments below or for more inspiration, check out our wedding dress photo gallery.
For those eco-friendly couples-this garden styled shoot is perfect inspiration for your wedding. We love how it stands out with its vibrant colors, fresh produce and vintage ceremony decor. Not to mention the fun wedding exit bikes. Take a look at why this couple is “mint to be” in every aspect.
Since the DVD release of “Snow White & The Huntsman” Sept. 11 featuring Kirsten Stewart and Charlize Theron, we came across this twisted, fairytale style shoot. We all know the story–Snow White escapes from the Evil Queen before the Hunstman is ordered to kill her in the deep, dark woods. However, the Huntsman winds up falling in love with Snow White instead and vanquishes the Evil Queen forever. Take a look at how this style shoot is the fairest of them all: