Last year I touched on an issue that, as it turned out, there were some strong opinions on. Let me give you a quick recap, a la TV show 30 sec bring you up to speed montage. Our wedding was at the very end of August, after dealing with post wedding things, honeymoon, etc, we started to slide into the Holiday Season. My work, at the time, becomes extremely demanding, to put it mildly, around the holidays, so hand writing a billion Thank You's was not really an option, at least not if we wanted to be timely. There in laid our paradox.... Be tardy and send the Thank You Cards after the holidays, OR Combine our Christmas Cards WITH our Thank You Cards.
Putting together a wedding celebration that honors both halves of the couple's interest can be a challenge at times. A large portion of the male population love to golf, love hanging out at the country club, love just about everything related to it. When it comes time to have their wedding, hosting their event at a country club seems like the natural next step. The problem is, some ladies are simply not into country club weddings as there is a bit of a cookie cutter stigma associated with them. What I love about today's styled shoot is that it inspires some out of the box creative ways to take a country club wedding & truly elevate it to that luxury modern wedding that you were dreaming of. The best part, the groom is happy to be in his element & the bride is in a glittery 7th heaven!
Categories: Blush, Bohemian, Featured, Fuchsia, Hair, Inspiration, Ivory, Light Blue, Small Touches, Styled Shoots, Wedding Day Look, Wedding Dresses, Wedding Fashion, Wedding Hair, Wedding Themes & Trends, Yellow
Tags: Ballantyne Country Club, bohemian bride, boho bride, bridal headband, bridal headpiece, country club wedding, crystal alter, crystal curtain, golf ball centerpieces, golf tee decorations. elevated country club wedding, golf wedding, lace corset wedding gown, luxury, modern wedding, sophisticated
I cant exactly put my finger on it, but there is just something I adore so very much about this wedding. I first came across Alison Koepke & Tyler Rienas because of their lovely engagement photos. Upon speaking with Andrea of Andrea Ball Photography, I came to know that their wedding had just occurred and it was a keeper, for sure! I simply can not get enough of our bride & groom's style, from the lace dress & gibson tucked hair to Tyler's simple thin suspenders. Opting out of a traditional wedding cake, Alison & Tyler served ever tasty various pies in the freshest of fruits! Perhaps my utmost favorite piece to this bohemian chic wedding is a simple decor element in the form of lace dream catchers, sweetly dancing along the top of the gazebo line. Our clever couple repurposed needle point frames, installing mix matched lace, allowing them to hang & sway in a dream catcher like state framing Alison & Tyler during their ceremony. Ah young love and their creative energies & stylish ways!
Categories: Beige, Blush, Bohemian, Country, DIY, Estate, Featured, Featured Weddings, Garden & Parks, Green, Ivory, Outdoor, Real Weddings, Real Weddings, Romantic, Rustic, Small Touches, Spring, Summer, Vintage
Tags: baby's breathe, bohemian, bohemian chic, bohemian wedding, british columbia, Burlap, canada, canadian wedding, framed lace, fruit pie, gibson tuck hair, gibson tuck veil, kirkland house, lace, lace dream catcher, lace wedding dress, mix matched lace, mullet dress, outdoor wedding, pie, rooster, summer wedding, tent wedding, thin suspenders, thrift store, vintage, wedding pie, yellow