TGIF! Here at WeddingWire, we’re wrapping up another week of featuring real weddings, and we’re sharing some of our favorites with you today. Prepare to be inspired by our picks!
Boho New Mexico Barn Wedding – Bree and Chad were married at the Enchanted Acres in Sandia Crest, N.M. on June 14. Their wedding was super romantic on all levels, including this adorable snapshot of the couple’s first look! Bree stunned in her lace tea-length wedding gown, which belonged to her grandmother.
Photo by Tony Gambino Photography
Winter Utah Ski Resort Wedding – Jessica and Andrew were married at Canyons Resort in Park City, Utah on March 7. The bride and her ‘maids braved the snowy weather with warm Ugg boots, and we have to say that it made for a priceless photo op!
Photo by Pepper Nix Photography
Bright Maine Barn Wedding – Kate and Whitney were married at The Barn on Walnut Hill in North Yarmouth, Maine on August 22. This couple said “I do” in a beautiful wooded setting, which was followed by a reception in the venue’s barn. They added cheerful pops of color and playful prints to create a whimsical vibe. We love the groom’s floral-patterned tie!
Photo by Nadra Photography
Autumn Michigan Backyard Wedding – Megan and Jason were married at their home in Muskegon, Mich. on October 17. They kicked off the wedding in an unexpected way: by serving cocktails and dinner before the ceremony! After they said “I do,” the newlyweds partied all night long with their guests and golden retrievers, Charlie and Leonard. Who can resist such a sweet puppy face?
Photo by Apaige Photography
Green Rhode Island Vineyard Wedding – Rachel and Jason were married at St. Catherine of Siena followed by a reception at Sakonnet Vineyard in Little Compton, R.I. on October 11. If you love lush greenery, this wedding is one that you won’t want to miss! The couple’s decor included a stunning array of eucalyptus, olive leaves, and succulents, accompanied by strands of bistro lights and a sailcloth tent to set the perfect mood.
Photo by Lev Kuperman Photography
Categories: Ideas + Trends, Real Weddings
Tags: Apaige Photography, Autumn Michigan Backyard Wedding, Boho New Mexico Barn Wedding, Bright Maine Barn Wedding, Green Rhode Island Vineyard Wedding, Lev Kuperman Photography, Nadra Photography, Pepper Nix Photography, Tony Gambino Photography, Winter Utah Ski Resort Wedding
All photos by From the Hip Photo
Engaged couples and their wedding parties, families, and friends from throughout the Denver area came together for an evening of wedding inspiration and ideas at WeddingWire’s Spring Soirée! Located in the heart of the city, blanc, the venue set the stage for the perfect mix of urban-chic and rustic design elements. Guests mixed and mingled while picking up expert tips and creative ideas from talented Denver wedding vendors. Check out the stunning affair, captured on camera by From the Hip Photo.
Guests enjoyed tasty bites from Relish Catering & Events that included an artisan cheese and antipasto display, pork belly BLT bites, and a bite-size satay station. An herbal lemonade station allowed guests to create their own concoctions with lavender, basil, mint, and rosemary simple syrups.
The Makery Cake Company satisfied every sweet tooth with a variety of crave-worthy cake creations.
It’s not a party without entertainment, and Elite Entertainment kept the fun flowing with music and an open-air photo booth.
Floral arrangements from The Orchid Princess Floral transformed the space with vibrant greenery and romantic blooms paired with stone vases and mini votives.
To top it all off, Carie Pearce of LVL Weddings & Events shared her expert wedding planning tips and facilitated a lively q&a with couples. A few guests even shared their own engagement stories with the group!
Thank you to everyone who attended and to our wonderful partners for making it an event to remember! If you’d like to stay informed about future events, please reach out to WeddingWire Community Manager Jamie at email@example.com.
The great thing about a wedding monogram is that you can use it in so many different ways throughout your wedding and beyond, from invitations to thank-you cards, decor and more. And now it’s easier than ever to create a monogram that’s both unique to you and your spouse, and fits your wedding style. With the brand-new WeddingWire Monogram Generator, simply enter your and your future spouse’s initials (you can put your first initials in boxes 1 and 2, and, if you’d like, a joint last initial as well), and then choose a color that matches your wedding day color scheme. And, voila! You’ll receive 40 different monogram options to choose from, which you can then download and use however you’d like. While you’re at it, take a picture of the creative ways you’re using your monogram, share ’em on Instagram, and tag the photo with #wwmonogramlove so we can all get inspired!. Check out the WeddingWire Monogram Generator—we apologize in advance for the amount of time you’re going to spend playing with this fun tool! #sorrynotsorry
Categories: Ideas + Trends, Just for Fun, News + Updates, Party Ideas, Save the Dates, Stationery, Stationery and Invitations, Wedding Invitations, Wedding Planning, weddings
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Happy Wednesday! Our Editorial Team is busy writing content for our Ideas Section! To help you get through the week, this Hump Day we’ve rounded up some of our favorite slideshows and articles! Check them out below:
The Ultimate Bridesmaid Packing Checklist – To make sure you stay on top of your ‘maid duties, we’ve created a checklist of everything you should bring for the busy weekend!
Photo by Angie McPherson Photography
8 Things NOT to Do When Planning a Rehearsal Dinner – To ensure everything runs smoothly the day before you say “I do,” try and avoid these major no-nos.
Photo by Watson Studios
13 of Our Favorite Wedding Trends in 2016 (So Far!) – Click through for some modern inspiration!
Photo by Charla Storey Photography
13 Ways to Go Above and Beyond for Your Wedding Guests – Go the extra mile with these helpful tips!
Photo by Studio Starling
The History Behind 10 Wedding Ceremony Rituals – Learn more by clicking through this roundup!
Photo by New Seasons Photography
It’s our weekly real weddings recap! This week, we’re showcasing a chic winter wedding from Birmingham, a rustic Oregon countryside wedding, and a stunning wedding in the middle of the Mojave Desert. Happy Friday!
Chic Birmingham Winter Wedding – Marie and Adam were married at Trinity United Methodist Church followed by a reception at Iron City in Birmingham, Ala. on December 19. If you can’t already tell by this stunning shot of the bride’s cathedral veil, this winter wedding is not to be missed! The couple’s adorable first look had us getting a bit teary-eyed at our desks.
Photo by Al Weddings
Formal Fall Ohio Museum Wedding – Brett and David were married at Taft Museum of Art in Cincinnati, Ohio on October 31. The bridal party looked pretty in pink, but that’s just the beginning of this wedding’s chic details. We also love the bride’s Kate Spade high heels and the bridesmaids’ whimsical fall bouquets, which were decorated with strands of ribbons.
Photo by Megan Noll Photography
Rustic Oregon Farm Wedding – Abbi and Jake were married at Hoffman Farms Store in Beaverton, Ore. on August 15. “When I was in the market for a wedding venue, Kelly Hoffman, my mom’s best friend, offered for us to use her barn,” Abbi said. “I was shocked by the offer and was so honored that they would want to be such a large part of our special day.”
Photos by Leah Banick Photography
Intimate Nevada Desert Wedding – Anna and Sergey held a private wedding ceremony in the stunning Mojave Desert in Nevada on March 8. Their wedding proves that sometimes, less is more! The peach sunset sky and stunning backdrop at their ceremony site has us swooning.
Photo by Wedion Photography
Romantic Fall Backyard Wedding – Alison and Benjamin were married at the bride’s aunt and uncle’s home in Hendersonville, N.C. on September 12. The rich jewel tones and lush tablescapes are just some of our favorite details from their big day.
Photo by Corey Cagle Photography
Categories: Ideas + Trends, Real Weddings
Tags: Al Weddings, Chic Birmingham Winter Wedding, Corey Cagle Photography, Formal Fall Ohio Museum Wedding, Intimate Nevada Desert Wedding, Leah Banick Photography, Megan Noll Photography, Romantic Fall Backyard Wedding, Rustic Oregon Farm Wedding, Wedion Photography