1. New Modern Take On Red White & Blue Wedding With Snowcone Highlights

    Red, White & Blue are three colors that couples are willing to take a chance on, but one color at a time, never as a combined force. There is such a strong patriotic connection with this color combo that just about everyone is fearful that they will not be able to pull it off. Today's styled shoot takes this combination head on, showcasing how wedding perfect this color palette actually can be! Lets look at how these great Utah vendors wheeled these strong colors making this gorgeous shoot happen, shall we?

  2. Textured Cake With Rose Mid Layer, Rhintestone Wrapped Bouquet, Black & Fuchsia Reception At This Dallas Lux Wedding

    Sometimes that job you took in high school just might lead you to the love of your life, which is exactly what happened in Elisabeth Frakes & Chris Landry's case. While working at Abercrombie, our couple formed a bond which then lead to marriage! Chris's proposal happened high in the skies, spelling out "Will you marry me" on the ground, then taking Elisabeth up in a plane to see! With such a stellar proposal, only a luxury Dallas wedding would do! Marrying at the Covenant Church, Elisabeth & Chris were then swept off in a gorgeous Rolls, heading to their fuchsia light reception featuring tall floral centerpieces, floating candle illuminares & a stunning textured tiered cake with a to die for real rose mid layer! Rounding out their evening, was a photo booth complete with awesome props & a sparkler sendoff!

  3. A Tractor Driven Bridal Party Sets The Tone For A Virginia Country Wedding

    Bright greens & strong violet infused blues create the frame work for this country Virginia wedding. Libbie Doss & Cord Doss were married on a farm, utilizing the natural surroundings for all they were worth! Capitalizing on giant round hay bales, our couple staged these gentle giants into a line, creating a reveal barrier for the ceremony, which was completed with vintage doors to either side of the aisle. The wedding party was tractor driven, while guests were treated to a Sunday bar later in the evening!

  4. 4th of July Inspired Wedding: Red, White, and Blue Done To Perfection

    First order of business, Happy 4th of July everyone!! This is literally one of my most favorite holidays of the year if you can believe it. The Americana, the parades, the food, the drinking, the hanging out together laughing & of course, the fireworks! For the last few years we have been heading up to Stowe, Vermont for the 4th and it truly has become a staple in our lives. Beyond the town's beauty lays small town America personified. Stowe takes their Independence Day quite seriously here with everything from well done games for children to live bands playing while outstanding local food wafts through the air. The firework display here is one of the best I have ever had the privilege to see. Perhaps my absolute favoritest part (yes bad grammar but I don't care), the explosion of the fireworks actually echos off the mountain ranges. It truly is, AMAZING!