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Pastel Summer Barn Wedding in Massachusetts

Posted by Caitlin on Jan 24, 2014

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Jessica and Joey were married at Smith Barn in Peabody, Mass. on July 27. The couple opted for a first look prior to the ceremony, with portraits taken on a vintage velour couch. Jessica wore a lace wedding dress with a scoop neckline and capped sleeves, accessorized with “something blue” drop dangling earrings, while Joey wore a tan suit, accessorized with a herringbone patterned tie. Bridesmaids wore different shades of blush, coral, and mint chiffon dresses and carried TO-DIE-FOR bouquets featuring garden roses, hydrangeas, and greenery. The bride wore TOMS wedges, and each bridesmaid wore TOMS flats. Keepin’ it comfy! Following the outdoor ceremony, guests were escorted to the barn with clothespin escort tags displayed on a door. Inside, the barn was twinkling with string lights and bunting overhead and mason jar centerpieces at each table. The dessert display included a ribbon backdrop and sweets such as donuts, whoopie pies, cupcakes, and cookies.

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Photography: Dreamlove Wedding Photography | Venue: Smith Barn | Event Design and Decor: Blue Moon Studios | Floral Designer: Petal Floral Design | Caterer: Vinwood Caterers | Dress Store: Manhattan Bridal Boutique | Bridesmaid Dresses: J.Crew | Hair Stylist: Fringe Hair Studio | Makeup Artist: Rouge Cosmetics | Invitations: Shabby Scrap | Cake: Just Fabulous Cakes | DJ: Scott Arrington | Shoes: TOMS | Etsy Designers: Tutus Chic Boutique  and Speaklouder 

Coral and Mint Summer Loft Wedding in Texas

Posted by Caitlin on Dec 30, 2013

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Ashleigh and Christopher were married at Hickory Street Annex in Dallas, Tx. “We loved the rustic look with all the windows overlooking the Dallas skyline,” Ashleigh said. “The venue gave us a lot of DIY opportunities, which was something else we were looking for too.” Prior to the ceremony, the couple opted for a first look. Ashleigh walked up behind Christopher only to surprise him in her sweetheart lace mermaid wedding gown, accessorized with a bright bouquet of pink dahlias, peonies, and succulents. “It gave us alone time, and a moment to get all the jitters out,” she said. Aisle markers donned biblical virtues such as “love never fails,” while centerpieces sat atop burlap table runners. The best advice, according to the bride? “Be sure to take a moment during the reception and take a mental picture of everything — guests, decor, weather, and food!”

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Photography: Derrick Tribbey Photography | Venue: Hickory Street Annex | Caterer: Black-Eyed Pea

Rustic Pastel Summer Garden Wedding in California

Posted by Caitlin on Nov 11, 2013

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Kayla and Jesse were married at the Dallidet Adobe and Gardens in San Luis Obispo, Calif. “The venue is absolutely beautiful,” Kayla said. “It went very well with our rustic theme.” Before the ceremony, Kayla’s leading ladies posed for the camera inspired by the movie Bridesmaids, and groomsmen received personalized mustache flasks. Her favorite moment? When the officiant announced we were man and wife officially. “My cheeks hurt because I was smiling so hard,” she said.” His favorite moment? Seeing his bride for the first time in her wedding gown. Escort cards hung from clothespins, centerpieces featured hydrangeas and dahlias, and the mini cake was topped with a pair of birds. “Don’t stress over the small details” Kayla said. “Once you’re in the moment and experiencing the day, you’re so happy; all those things that seemed like they mattered so much didn’t anymore. Just have fun!”

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Photography:  Town & Country Studios | Venue: The Dallidet Adobe and Gardens | Floral Designer: Fluidbloom Designs | Cake: Cake Cathedral | Officiant and DJ: At Your Service Weddings

Pastel Summer Winery Wedding in Indiana

Posted by Caitlin on Sep 24, 2013

Kate & Lawrence

June 2  

Marshall, Indiana 

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Q & A with the Bride:

1. What was the one thing about your venue that made you know it was the one?

We could just picture our wedding being there, and it was a place we would enjoy going to.

2. Which three details from your wedding were your favorites?

1. We spent a lot of time making paper hearts out of scrapbook paper that we hung across the bridge as well as on the mantle. 

2. The location.

3. The wedding arbor that Lawrence’s brother, Jonny decorated.

3. Give us the one moment in your wedding that you can’t stop thinking about.

There are so many moments that we really loved! One was definitely the ceremony. It was officiated by great friends. We felt so loved and supported having all of our family and close friends there!

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Pastel Spring Brunch Wedding in Texas

Posted by Kim on May 07, 2013

Emily & Derek

April 13

Conroe, Texas

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Q & A with the Bride:

What was the one thing about your venue that made you know it was the one?

The incredible amount of natural light! I knew that I wanted a brunch time wedding so when I saw the giant windows on every wall, I knew that Belle Rose Maison would be the perfect place for my big day.

Which three details from your wedding were your favorites?

My three favorite details were my bouquet, my cake and my “something blue.” I gave the florist a lot of freedom on how the bouquets should look because I learned that we have very similar tastes for what is cool and what looks good. I was pleasantly surprised when I saw how beautiful and colorful they were! I loved the look and the taste of my cake! Every layer was a different flavor with different icing. My something blue was actually a piece of lace from my mother’s wedding dress I had tied around my garter. Her wedding dress was actually blue!

Give us the one moment in your wedding day you can’t stop thinking about.

I was so excited when the band took the stage. We had three friends of ours playing acoustic guitars and singing during the reception. The best part is that Derek and I met watching these guys perform on a patio in Kemah, so it was a special touch to have them back together playing for our wedding reception. 

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