1. Early Autumn Golden Hour Dream Forest Wedding At Historic Castle Rock

    There is an undeniable beauty to the light that falls just as the sun is setting, a light lovingly referred to as 'Golden Hour'.  A warm honey hue cast all around, the light in just the right place within the sky to create dreamy halos.  A time of year when golden hour is especially delicious is the end of summer, a time when fall ever so slightly begins to peek through.  Wedding photographer Rachel Fugate wanted to harness that earthly beauty, putting together a romantic styled shoot at the Historic Rock Castle that evoked a dark early autumn forest wedding feel.  Riding the line between a indie style meets haunting sophistication, the shoot serves as a love letter of inspiration to those looking to stylistically be their own.  Another key element at play that makes the dark forest wedding so successful is the hearty earthy nod found in elements like the two tier wedding cake adorned with blooms and berries, and an utterly to die for hand-tied bouquet by Hannah Jones.  Each capitalizes on elements derived from the earth, displayed in such a way that their true beauty and rich falling loving hues become stars all their own.  This late summer forest wedding is the stuff winter dreams are made of, the kind that leaves you swoony in the head for the beauty of things to come.  

  2. Senate Garage Hudson Valley Wedding

    Location is such an important component of just about anything.  The right spot for an event can literally make all the difference.  Nicole & Patrick's Hudson Valley wedding in Kingston New York absolutely nailed the locale part of the equation capitalizing on the mix of history meets modern that is the Hudson Valley.  For the first part of their wedding day, the couple allowed the historic garden side to do the talking featuring stunning old world brick buildings to be the backdrop.  Lush strings of greenery hang in the air, as flower clusters and escort cards swung in the wind.  For their Hudson Valley wedding reception, the duo brought guests to the modern industrial event space that is the Senate Garage featuring exposed brick, mixed farm wood tables, mini potted succulents and Edison bulb light strands.  The end result is a day that is wonderfully classic yet perfectly accented by chic romantic touches that make your head feel just the right kind of swoony.  Those seeking a Hudson Valley wedding should take note, Nicole & Patrick's day is all kinds of divine.

  3. Butler Barn Oregon Winter Wedding

    A winter wedding is a unique experience unlike one during any other season.  Couples that opt for a cold weather wedding don't just simply identify with the season but utterly adore the little details that go along with it.  A team of Oregon wedding pros sought to capture the spirit of a winter wedding, all while putting their cozy chic twist on it.  Set in the misty boysenberry fields of Butler Barn, Oregon wedding photographer Hazel Eye Photography was on hand to bring the cold weather vision to life in a perfectly moody way.  Teaming up with Peachy Keen Coordination & Thistle and Fern Floral, some of the very best aspects of a winter world were chosen to play with. Imagine a cozy lounge setup, complete with plaid throw blanket, furry winter boots and oversized hot chocolates.  A petite evergreen adorned with thinly sliced wood ornaments turned guest book.  A personal favorite to the Oregon winter wedding, a stunning white wedding cake featuring a cable knit sweater fondant overlay!  To bring the winter bridal look, real flowers and berries were woven into the hair, while a rosebud wrap served as warmth.  Lastly, farm elements like an old Ford pickup, boysenberry fields backdrop and a surprise guest in the form of Hei Hei the wonderfully cool Silkie chicken made an appearance bringing everything together.  If you're considering a winter wedding yourself I implore you to take this cold temperature beauty as winter inspiration gold!

  4. North Carolina’s Flyway Lodge Rustic Wedding

    Rustic weddings come in all forms, down home country, rustic chic and out right farm style.  A team of North Carolina wedding pros got together to highlight the beauty that can be of a rustic wedding at Flyway Lodge.  Overlooking the Currituck sound, the historic Flyway Lodge features wood beamed ceilings, solid Oak paneled walls with herringbone brick floors  The beauty to its locale is that it is peacefully located on the water and perfect for a rustic wedding.  As if that weren't enough to entice, the property also features a weathered blue barn, something our team cleverly staged for a portrait session!  With lots of nuggets to steal and make your own, this styled shoot will surely get your creative juices flowing when it comes time to plan your very own rustic wedding, chic or down home!