1. Late Fall Rustic Wedding At L’abri at Linwood North Carolina

    Let's face it, the one thing above all that most couples fear leading up to their wedding day is weather. Utterly out of our control, weather is that one thing we feel could break us. The reality is, it often presents us with a gorgeous perspective we were too distracted with the outside world to see. Such is the case with Ashtyn & Carlton's late fall rustic wedding at L'Abri at Linwood. Like so very many couples that came before them, the original plan was to say I do a la nature under the hand crafted arbor built by Ashtyn's father specially for their day. As luck would have it weather moved in before the ceremony could get under way, forcing a venue change of indoor barn nuptials instead. The result is an airy, light filled wooden world that became the perfect locale for such a lovely totem to the day which was beautifully accented by lush fall flavored blooms from The Pink Peony.

  2. British 60s Rock Wedding Infused With 70’s Music & Leopard Print Details

    When you have the likes of Buddy Holly & The Beatles as your spirit animal, you know that a wedding peppered with mod indie rock style is simply the only way to go! Amy Mallalieu & Samuel Monday let their inner 60’s and 70’s music Gods fly in their wonderfully cool UK wedding photographed by English wedding photographer Charlene Morton Photography. Mod bouffant hair, low slung bows of hair, leopard print bridesmaid dresses and matching bow ties flowed through the day, while details like vintage records served as table numbers. With such a boisterous tone to the day, the couple cleverly opted for a crisp clean palette of whites, greens & touches of brown to hold all the awesome together! Armed with a Beatles cover band & a rainbow wedding cake in the shape of a record player {of course!} Amy & Samuel pulled their indie rock wedding full circle, naturally jamming through the night in this glorious 60s rock wedding!

  3. North Carolina Private Residence Country Wedding Among The Weeping Willows

    When your family's private farm is a secret garden filled with caterpillars, ponds, weeping willows & gobs upon gobs of gorgeous little flowers everywhere, why on earth would you get married anywhere else right!? North Carolina wedding photographer Connection Photography had the good fortune of being on hand for Sarah & Jesse Yandle's working farm wedding filled with magical places & special little animals at every turn. Combine their creative shooting style with touches like tin baskets filled with apples, old school milking canisters, canoes brimming with beverages & a country craving wedding party and you have the makings for the first real wedding of the season that is going to have you praying summer gets here like yesterday!

  4. Boho Chic Desert Bride In New Mexico’s White Sands National Monument

    I've recently learned a valuable little lesson.... When a treasure in the form of an email drops into your inbox from Albuquerque New Mexico wedding photographer Tony Gambino Photography its time to get really excited! Today's feature is just one gorgeous example of why. Teaming up with Guess model Meghan Wiggins as the perfect boho chic bride, the team headed out to the utterly breathtaking sand dunes of White Sands National Monument New Mexico to create a heavenly desert oasis. What transpired was an otherworldly desert wedding that was equal parts bohoemian, a dash of hipster, one touch wild west flavor, and every bit soft, sweet & crave worthy romantic. The beauty to Tony's style is not just in how he captures his bride & groom, which is beautifully filled with stolen moments turned art, but how he equally captures the environment around them. Details like ripples in the sand, blades of grass to unique shallow depth of field shots on details like rings & boutonnieres. Each of these are elements that help to tell the wonderful full story of the day in just that magical way that every bride will remember it for themselves. I hadn't thought to too much about getting married in the desert before... well Tony, you have our attention now!