1. 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!

  2. Dreamy Rustic Upscale Orchard Wedding At The Orchard House Granville

    This sweet little treat from Ohio wedding photographer DiBlasio Photography showcases what I hope will become a much desired wedding trend of 2017! On paper this bed & breakfast wedding reads like an easy breezy casual affair. It is however, the gorgeous sophisticated styling that sets this orchard wedding apart! Prime for 2017 wedding trends stardom, its the combination of a casual atmosphere met with refined elevated wedding decor details that creates the perfect environment. Nestled in on the garden grounds of The Orchard House Granville, the orchard wedding is brought to life with a mixture of reclaimed wood furniture paired with stately floral china and etched glassware. Keeping with a fresh organic feel that echoes their surroundings, a sprawling centerpiece was crafted for the length of the table featuring a main focal arrangement while utilizing leafy vines and ferns to creep outward. No orchard wedding would be complete without some of its local fare utilized as accents, as such, plums and apples dance throughout the tablescape. In the spirit of the modern boho bride, the team selected an art deco inspired lace body hugging gown from La Jeune Mariee Bridal Boutique. The wedding dress was paired with a jeweled headpiece, the refined answer to the floral crown...

  3. Elegantly Moody Classic Vintage Bridals At Biltmore Village Inn

    I love a bit of drama and this classic vintage bridal at Biltmore Village Inn beautifully embodies just that! Wanting to work with something a bit more sensual, the team opted for a boudoir come bridal portrait session captured by Audrey Goforth Photography, tucked into one of the stately rooms at the inn. Playing off the historic bed & breakfast interior, the a deep moody palette was brought to life centered around berry rich hued florals, styled by Flowers by Larry. In order to inject a fresh modern take on the vintage bridal style, a stunning bead work lace top wedding dress from Wildflower Bridal served as the centerpiece, a departure from the more common strapless gowns we see all too often. A long Rapunzel-couture inspired braid from Love, Daisy and classic red-lip look by Beauty by Carisse amped up the overall look and feel, while a watercolor calligraphy invitation suite from Long Village Studio & wedding cake from Tiffany's Baking Co. added soft feminine touches. The result is a timeless look that is every bit classic and vintage as it is modern!

  4. Dreamy Romantic Tent Wedding At St. Regis Deer Valley

    If the idea of a white wedding is something you crave, but working out how to execute it in a manner other than something Billy Idol would be proud of eludes you, I have a feeling today's utterly dreamy St. Regis Deer Valley Utah tent wedding will inspire every bit of you! Nestled into the mountains that surround Park City, Utah wedding photographer Pepper Nix Photography captured one of the more romantic tent weddings we've seen. The beauty to the wedding, working with a color palette that was all about crisp white! Cara & Jay, wanting to work with a fresh clean slate, opted to use a clear tent for their reception. By filling the tent with long wood reception tables, the couple created a unique mirror effect that bounced off their clear surroundings. This effect was then echoed off the long table lines by hanging glass candle filled bubbles from above. On the tables below, Utah florist L Floral Studio utilized a mix of scabiosa, ranunculus, anemone, stock, roses, lisianthus, allium and more, set in clusters down the center of the table, creating an 'up in the clouds' like feel for the guests. The final piece to the puzzle were the gorgeous cut branches that hang from above, injecting the most perfect organic feel, accented by low light humming chandeliers. A tent wedding can be such a gorgeous playground...