Hochzeit Essen & Favor
Currently planning your fall wedding and looking for some vibrant color inspiration for your day? Most fall weddings are dark and moody, with color schemes focusing around burgundy, deep purples, golds, and touches of black. As much as we love those, not all fall weddings have to incorporate such an edgy palette.
Winter wonderland is one of the most popular themes for weddings, and that's not surprising because it's very beautiful, romantic and you feel like in a fairy tale. Frosted trees, white paths, tables decorated in white and silver, sparkling crystals everywhere and faux snow fallin on you is amazing, especially if you live in a place where there's no snow at all.
This New England wedding inspiration Lindsay Hackney designed + captured has all those moody, romantic vibes we love so much, along with the total elegance that is the Hampshire House in Boston. What's interestign about this shoot is that the team managed to combine moody elements and decor with a modern and clean-lined wedding dress in one.
It's easy to think that if you go the elopement route, it means you opt out of many of the design driven details a wedding has the potential for: the epic cake, the stunning décor-but this inspiration coming to us from Gabriella of Love Records Collective and For The Good Hawaii definitely proves that an intimate affair can be just as chic.
A headpiece can easily highlight any hairstyle, even the simplest one, and make your look chic and bold. The most popular headpiece for brides today is a floral crown, it's refreshing and fit almost any bridal style. But there's another type of headpiece, which is gaining popularity very fast, and this is a hair vine.
The Foundry in Long Island City, New York is filled with lush greenery - ivy spills over the brick walls, and industrial-inspired lights create a warm ambiance. When Diana and Carlos saw it, they knew it was the perfect place to have their wedding, as they wanted to create the feeling of having a big dinner party in an overgrown garden.
The dreamy coastal blues in this styled wedding shoot are not only totally gorgeous, but so reflective of the beautiful Pacific Northwest. The whole shoot is inspired by the gorgeous landscapes and seascapes of this place. The colors for the shoot were taken from the nature and the sea: various shades of blue and grey just scream the seaside.
Seaside and beach weddings have almost no season, they are actual all year round. That's why today I have a roundup especially for those of you who are planning one. This article is dedicated to a popular and cool idea of incorporating oysters into your seaside wedding, and I'm talking not only about food, you can use oyster shells for décor in very creative ways, let's see how.
Jewel tones are extremely popular for fall weddings because they pop up in colorful fall settings. Today we are sharing a stunning jewel-inspired shoot with moody touches. This garden wedding inspiration from Solie Designs features deep navy, plum, and emerald come together to create this moody and romantic wedding that any fellow fall lover would fall for.
This gorgeous springy wedding is the perfect juxtaposition of masculine and feminine details, and we love it! Taken at Cannon's Edge on Greenbluff in eastern Washington, it's the perfect mix. From the feather boutonnieres and the fishing-esque garter to the gorgeously girly pale lines and lush florals, this wedding truly is a meeting of the bride and groom.
This adorable wedding will take your breath away! The pair opted to have an intimate ceremony and dinner followed by a big party the next evening, so everyone enjoyed two different venues. The guys wanted to get married outside amongst the flora, fauna, birds and bees, so the Lost Orangery from Unique Home Stays was simply a perfect place to hold a stylish and elegant soiree.
Today's wedding inspiration is right for those who are getting married in spring. The shoot is full of beauty, wisterias and French charm. Today's styled shoot really shows us how to incorporate this stunning spring flower into your wedding day. The venue is a Dutch location however with a big French touch.
Today's roundup is dedicated to stylish groom looks, and we are celebrating gay weddings. Gay men have an impeccable taste, and their outfits and wedding décor prove it for sure. Some gay couples prefer to wear the same outfits to get a perfect matching look, and others opt for matching or totally different looks to show off the personality and style of each groom at its best.
If you've ever dreamed of a wedding on the beaches of the Caribbean, glistening ocean as the backdrop with sand squished between your toes - take note from this Anguilla "I do." Destination wedding extraordinaire, Michelle Rago brought her expertise to the table with paper pretties by Cheree Berry Paper, and it all made for an epic day captured by Braedon Photography.
A mason jar, named after John Landis Mason who first invented and patented it in 1858, is a molded glass jar used in home canning to preserve food. But of course there are many more ideas to use this almost iconic piece in the household, décor and for different occasions, and weddings are among them.
Carrying something blue is an old sweet tradition that promises happiness to the bride who does, and modern brides that respect old traditions go very creative incorporating various blue touches into their wedding. But today I offer an absolutely new and bold idea that slows carrying blue without any efforts, whatever color scheme you've chosen: put on a blue wedding dress!
There are many food trends for weddings now, and you can actually serve almost anything, from burgers to exotic Brazilian cuisine, everything is up to you, your location and wedding style. I'd like to share some fresh catering trends that will not only feed your guests the best way possible but also will save your money.
Remember Shakespeare's Midsummer Nights Dream? This wedding was inspired by it because 2016 was the 400 year celebration of Shakespeare and it also has some woodland touches. The spt for the ceremony was a unique one - it was a cave! For the ceremony they decorated the cave with candles, old books and ornaments.