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Turquoise and Red Summer Garden Wedding in Colorado

Posted by Caitlin on Mar 06, 2014

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Niki and Stephen were married at Sarchet Event Center in Platteville, Colo. on August 16. The bride wore a lace bodice a-line wedding gown, accessorized with a pair of Badgley Mischka jeweled peep-toe pumps, while her bridesmaids wore turquoise dresses with illusion halter necklines. Their red bouquets featured roses and dahlias. Guests were greeted with a “You have my whole heart for my whole life” sign and paper fans to keep cool. During the outdoor ceremony underneath the garden’s gazebo, they combined different colored jars of sand into an hourglass to symbolize their unity. Portraits were then taken amongst the free range and prairie as the sun was minutes away from setting. Bonus: golden hour! You won’t want to miss the AMAZING sparkler send off too.

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Photography: Maheux Studios Photography | Venue: Sarchet Event Center

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Melissa and Diego were married at Vrinda’s Meditation Garden in Miami, Fla. on September 10. “I always wanted to have an outdoor wedding,” Melissa said. “I love nature, and I wanted it to be at an ashram, so it was the perfect place.” Surrounded by 50 closest family and friends, the couple proclaimed their vows to each other. “During Vedic wedding ceremonies, the vows you exchange with your spouse include swearing friendship, fidelity, companionship, love, care, and to abide by them for 100 autumns,” she said. “How beautiful is that! Every word, and my husband’s look into my eyes when he was saying them to me are unforgettable.” The reception followed underneath a tent lit with lanterns. Tables were decorated with pink and orange linens and grass centerpieces. The guests’ favorite detail? The naked wedding cake with three different flavors: passion fruit, blueberry, and spirulina.

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Photography: Lotus Eyes Photography | Videography: 24 Cuadros | Venue: Vrinda’s Meditation Garden | Officiant: Kalki Enrique Farje | Cake: House of V | Dress Designer: Sahil Exclusive | Bridesmaid Dresses: Sahil Exclusive | Groom’s Attire: Sahil Exclusive | Hair and Makeup Artist: Coca del Fierro | Ceremony Musician: Vrinda Devotees | Invitations: Indian Wedding Card | Rentals: Event Enterprises | Caterer: Govardan Das

Purple Summer Botanical Garden Wedding in New York

Posted by Caitlin on Jan 22, 2014

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Alisa and Allan were married at Queens Botanical Garden in Flushing, N.Y. on June 15. “Allan wanted to have our wedding close to our home in Queens,” Alisa said. “I really wanted the ceremony to be outdoors and to have the reception at the same location as the ceremony. The wedding garden in the Queens Botanical Garden was the perfect oasis but was close enough to hotels and transit for our guests.” She wore a tea-length wedding dress with an illusion neckline, accessorized with a birdcage veil, while the groom wore a gray suit with a cap. The couple’s favorite details? “Exchanging our vows and hearing our officiant read the words we’d written about what marriage means to us,” she said. The tented reception followed with the newlyweds first dance to “Rainbow Connection” by the Muppets. Tables were decorated with antique blue mason jars, purple roses and hydrangeas, and the cake featured two peas in a pod!

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Photography: Studio A Images | Venue: Queens Botanical Garden | Caterer and Cake: Bartelby & Sage | Floral Designer: Cress Floral Decorators | Musicians: Jonah Matranga | Shoes: Gabriella Rocha | Dress Designer: Oleg Cassini | DJ: DJ Ceremony | Makeup Artist: Coco Tsang | Officiant: Kim Worley | Rings: Carla Caruso | Groom and Groomsmen Attire: Hickey Freeman | Rentals: Ace Party and Tent Rental

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Tayler and Alex were married at Desert Botanical Garden in Tempe, Az. on November 16. Surrounded by nature, the couple chose to do a first look before the ceremony. They both got teary-eyed as they opened their eyes to see each other — she wearing a lace wedding gown, accessorized with a DIY floral sash, and he wearing a gray tuxedo and patterned yellow tie. Surprisingly, they went went comfy shoes, TOMS and Converse! Guests were greeted with a sign that said, “Friends of the bride, friends of the groom, sit together, there is plenty of room,” and “No one is too old for fairytales, welcome to our happily ever after.” The reception pavilion was lit with hanging lantern stars overhead, tables were decorated with baby’s breath, hydrangea, and rose centerpieces in mason jars, and burlap runners, most which were handmade by the bride, mother, and sister.

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Photography: Anna Marisol Photography | Venue: Desert Botanical Garden | Event Planner: A Fair Affair | Floral Designer: Phoenix Flower Shops | Caterer: Atlasta Catering | Dress Designer: Demetrios | Hair Stylist: Cali & Co. Hair Design | Cake: All Caked Up | DJ: Push Play Entertainment 

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After a long distance relationship, Hannah and Chase were ready to marry June 15 at Tavern Meadow in Winston-Salem, N.C. “Our wedding was very friend- and family-oriented, which made it very special for us,” Hannah said. “We were able to bring all the people we love together.” The bride walked down the aisle wearing a J.Crew wedding gown and accessorized with a flower hair pin. Bridesmaids, dressed in sage green, carried matching blush peonies and baby’s breath bouquets. “During our ceremony, Chase and I planted a gardenia bush together in a pot,” she said. “Chase poured in the soil while I poured in the water. This symbolized the beginning of our marriage and how we need to tend to it, so it can grow just like the plant itself.” An ice cream cart from Blue Ridge Ice Cream kept guests cool during the reception, including the adorable flower girls. Her favorite moment? “Dancing with my husband for the first time as a married couple.”

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Photography: Live View Studios | Venue: Old Salem Museum and Gardens | Event Planner: The Perfect Pair Event Design | Floral Designer: Imagine Flowers | Musicians: Fruit Smoothie Trio | Hair Stylist: Lorin Van Zandt and Cheveux Salon | Dress Designer : J. Crew | Dress Store: Diva’s Bridal and Ella Bridal | Cake: Maxie B’s Bakery | Lighting: Audio & Light | Makeup Artist: Cheveux Salon | Groom’s and Groomsmen Attire: Macy’s | Ice Cream: Blue Ridge Ice Cream

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