1. House of Blues San Diego Plays Hosts To International Couple’s Second Wedding Celebration

    I imagine international couples face this problem all the time, I am from X you are from Y, hum, how do we get everyone in place Z!? Sure there are a few different ways a couple can go, Natasha Chadwick & Chris Cormier took the, we'll come to you approach! The couple first headed to Bali for a secluded destination wedding, then took off for San Diego to celebrate state side with friends & family. After the gallery, check out a word from California wedding photographer Siegel Thurston Photography who gieves their first hand account of the day, I wan to point out one super fun thing this couple did. Having already had their wedding cake in Bali, they opted for a wedding cake... PINATA!! I mean seriously, how fun?!

  2. No Standing, Only Dancing! Purple & Yellow Wedding With Fringe Banners and Succulent Bouquets

    "The Cator Woolford Gardens is a popular wedding venue in Atlanta, known for their beautiful outdoor space. But for this shoot, we wanted to show how cool their indoor space, The Atrium, can look— especially at night when the windows become mirrors reflecting everything inside. Nothing makes a wedding more beautiful than a bride and groom who are actually having fun on their wedding day, so the inspiration here was “No standing, only dancing.” We focused on the two best parts of a wedding reception: dancing and dessert. Captured by the incredible Robin Nathan of Robin Nathan Photography, the Atrium was transformed with vibrant fringe, strings of lights and mercury glass votives."

  3. The Great Gatsby Goes To The Races In This Del Mar Racetrack Styled Wedding Winner

    With my deep love of all things horses, when this submission came across my desk saying something about the Del Mar Racetrack, I was pumped and boy did it not let me down! Wanting to put a playful twist on all things Gatsby, the team opted to shoot their styled inspiration at the stunning Del Mar Racetrack. I dont know how many of you have had the pleasure of going to a proper horse race track, but typically they are absolutely gorgeous & most certainly make for one lovely backdrop! The couple is featured in 4 unique looks, each offering readers a slightly different interpretation of what it is to be 1920's inspired! Bridal headpieces are the big show stopper here, my personal favorite being a really fun play on the veil which is fitted more closely to the head while being pulled back from the face by 2 floral fascinators. Between the bridal fashion, the beautiful outdoor table set up {diiiiiiieing over those plates!}, and one incredibly cool 1927 Star 4-Door by Durant Motor ride, this styled shoot is a How To Have A Gatsby Inspired Wedding, dream guide!

  4. Outdoor Rustic Garden Elopement With A Touch Of Vintage Feel In Striking Purples & Bright Greens

    The allure of eloping is often a sexy idea to couples as they go through the many throws of wedding planning. There are those however, who from the start, that purely want a simple sweet wedding for two, an elopement. This styled shoots celebrates couples who opt for the elopement route yet still want a bit of design & flair to go with their day. A secret private outdoor garden table for two {seaside} with elements in striking purples & bright greens lend a wonderfully rustic organic touch. Be it the cabbage bouquet, twig love heart or the sweet pale yellow cupcakes, each touch is homey and wonderful! While perhaps eloping couples don't want all the fan fair that comes with a 150 person wedding, they fawn over the design around them. I love the idea of eloping couples putting together something small and perfect just for them. Just because a couple elopes doesn't mean that they still can't have a party in their honor! Besides, the two most important people in the celebration are automatic YES's in the RSVP!