1. Valentine’s Day Infused Sunset Beach Rose Quartz Wedding

    Taking a page out of Pantone's color of the year playbook, an artful crew of North Carolina wedding vendors put together a dreamy coastal rose quartz wedding infused with Valentine's Day flavor that will easily get your pulses rising! Photographed by North Carolina wedding photographer Kristi Midgette Photography, the styled rose quartz wedding is a romantic mix of soft smoky pinks intermingled with metallic touches. Set along the shoreline at Basnight's Lone Cedar Cafe, event planner Heart of Harlow teamed up with florist Gypsea Floral Co while utilizing sophisticated pieces from Ocean Atlantic Event Rentals and Renee Landry Events to create an elegant table for two that is the very hallmark of a Valentine's inspired day. Detailing like pink sugar rimmed vintage champagne flutes set atop a gold bar cart & draped free flowing chair linens woven through chiavari chairs were the perfect touches to truly dial up the romance. Our favorite piece to this enchanting rose quartz wedding however? A giant life size marquee sign from The Captain Entertainment that truly lite up with LOVE!

  2. Vibrant Eclectic Byron Bay Australia Wedding With Organic Detailing

    You guys.... I am crushing hard, like real hard! Storyboard Wedding favorite Australian wedding photographers Heart and Colour are back with another gem that has seriously got me beyond smitten! The Byron Bay Australia Wedding of Elaina & Ben O'Shea is a virtual love letter to the beautiful things in life. Never mind the gorgeous surroundings that the Byron Bay area is know for, Elaina & Ben set to task putting a day together that was a much chic & sophisticated as it was down to earth. Uniquely Australian country locale, Harvest Cafe, featuring organic detailing in the form of terrarium centerpieces and suspended greens, check. Bold vibrant floral arrangements from Wedding Flowers By Julia Rose that injected the perfect amount of whimsy & drama, check. Wedding fashion that is dialed to 10 in all areas, check! Two smitten kittens who literally can not take a bad photograph together, CHECK! From the gorgeous bridal fashion, did we mention Elaina's wedding dress was a custom design from Kerry Xynias Bespoke Bridal (so incredibly gorgeous I can't even) to the poured on beautiful rose gold J'Adore bridesmaid dresses...

  3. Harvest Hue Seattle Rooftop Wedding

    The real beauty to intimate weddings, more so then their large production friends, is the ability to really truly play out the day as you see fit. Case in point is this lovely Seattle rooftop wedding from the creative minds of Washington wedding photographer Vanasse Studios Ginger Bee Events & Planning. Set atop of Hotel Ballard's Olympic Rooftop Pavilion, details were set with a sunset harvest sky in mind, working with a palette of orange, coral, burgundy & greens. An ornate ceremony backdrop was crafted with the venues sleek metal and wood environment as a design cue, utilizing exotic blooms set in systematical structure. The main table was set to overlook the Seattle sky with details influenced by daily home decor from lamp shades to wind chimes. While on a typical wedding day, spending quality quiet time with a love starting off the day is usually near impossible, our couple was able to steal away some time of their own up on the rooftop prior to their wedding getting underway. This intimate rooftop wedding is a little love note to all the special moments that couples make for one another, especially on the biggest of days!

  4. Intimate Cambridge Massachusetts Wedding In Harvard Square’s Upstairs on the Square

    Today's gorgeous wedding from New England wedding photographer Zac Wolf Photography is a gift. It is a gift to every couple who loves the idea of a wedding but not the fuss surrounding bigger affairs, who feel that a more intimate wedding might be just the right speed! Lauren Richards & Ethan Walsh wanted to embrace their Cambridge Massachusetts surroundings, having a Harvard Square wedding before the couple relocated to California. In effort to minimalism the chaos that can be designing & decorating a venue from scratch, the couple opted for the uniquely cool Upstairs on the Square filled with hot pink & zebras, not necessarily in the same breath! As the venue has a sense of 1920's art deco flair, the couple took the design cue & ran with it featuring an art deco inspired wedding invitation to featuring a specialty cocktail of a Grapefruit Gimlet, a classic back when. To round out the 20's vibe, Lauren connected a stunning Jenny Packham gown, a designer who specializes in all things elegant & glamorous. Lauren & Ethan's wedding is a lovely testament to the fact that it is not always quantity but the quality and above all the spirit of love!