Having just styled a chemistry wedding myself, my ears perked up a bit extra when this geology wedding hit my inbox! Pretty weddings are pretty, but there really is something to be said for those that have a unique vision and are articulated in such a meaningful and beautiful way! Inspired by the bride who cringes at lace and feels more at home with dirt under her french manicured nails, D.Lillian Photography put together what she calls The Geologist's Guide To Highway 1. The intimate and small setting was crafted with those in mind that love nature. Filled with delightful wedding decor that celebrates a geology wedding, details like a field guide book, camping lanterns, geodes, and potters plates add the perfect touches. In lieu of a traditional dessert display, our bride simply pops open her Outback, showcasing delicious treats upon her textbooks and supplies. The beauty to this geology wedding is that it celebrates something outside the wedding norm, all while proving to be equally as stylish and beautiful.
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Today's real wedding from Florida wedding photographer Wings of Glory Photography is a down home love letter to all things Americana! This red white and blue wedding, set at the rustic Isola Farms in Florida, is filled with wedding details that dont skip a single July 4th inspired beat. Cracker Jacks nestled into vintage wood crates while oreos are stacked high. Red and white checkered table cloths adorn tables while mixed blooms fill terracotta pots & old coke bottles. Bringing on just the right blue touch, seersucker jackets, blue push-pops, American flag fans and vintage blue cast glassware was used. Keeping with the kitschy spirit, a vintage bicycle for two turned blue was loaded with lush greens, draped in bunting and finished with an old mailbox, complete with carved initials for the couple! From the mix matched seating and tables to the ceremony under the oaks, we love how this couple brought to life their red white and blue wedding vision, in the most Americana of way!
Tags: coca cola, cracker jacks, floral bicycle, Florida wedding, outdoor wedding, red white and blue wedding, rustic decor, rustic wedding, seersucker jacket, sprinkle wedding cake, vintage bottles, vintage wedding, vintage wedding decor
Gorgeous florals plus wonderfully dreamy moody photography is practically my kryptonite. Dial in the most perfect hair & makeup, a dewy faced model and body skimming wedding dresses into almost hauntingly dreamy bridal style and well... just consider me down for the count into wedding oblivion! Storyboard Wedding fave & resident beauty expert, New York City hair & makeup artist Beauty by Eden Di Bianco recently teamed up with New York wedding photographer Claudia McDade to breathe some life into a late spring bridal style session that was deeply inspired by the Art Nouveau stylings inspired by 'La Primavere' by Alphonse Mucha. To start with, generous large blossom floral crowns were constructed by New York City florist Aurora Botanica in a mix of deeply moody hues from purple, coral and minty hellebores. Each arrangement is carefully crafted to emphasize the beauty of each bloom all while playing the perfect supporting role to every other aspect of the overall look. To capture the essence that is Art Nouveau, Eden focused on perfecting a creamy, natural complexion without hard contouring and romantic but simple hair with texture and movement, a look that served to enhance fawn like Delaney's naturally soft beauty. The most perfect thing about bridal style is how personal you...
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Tags: 'La Primavere' Alphonse Mucha, art inspired wedding, art nouveau, bridal fashion, bridal look, coral, floral crown, garden rose, hellebore, mint, new york city bride, outdoor bridals, purple, ranunculus, rebecca schoneveld wedding dress, spring bridal style, spring wedding
Today's wedding is extra special to me in a way that no other wedding ever could be. First and foremost, its the couple... my little sister and the one who finally stole her heart. Secondly, its their uniquely cool chemistry wedding theme that I had the pleasure of articulating for them in styling and florals. When I look back I realize how much their wedding was a true unintentional fingerprint of just who my sister and I are, two very different people. She, an engineer; myself, creatively minded. When Christy & James got engaged a million ideas started to flow about their wedding. Gatsby Gatsby, Art Deco!! Very quickly after exploring venues they realized that while they loved the idea, it wasn't them. Soon enough they knew the right choice, an organic chemistry wedding nestled into their very own backyard. Immediately following that decision came the science flavored shopping spree of beakers, test tubes, microscopes, vintage chemistry sets (complete with mercury, yes mercury!), pipettes, and so many more delicious items that I will allow you to discover on your own. While those wedding decor elements are amazing as is, Christy & James' have a pension for cool interior decor pieces in the home that we had our eye on. These vintage furniture pieces were immediately liberated from their home...
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Tags: air plants, california wedding, chemical bottles, chemistry, chemistry decor, chemistry set, chemistry wedding, eclectic wedding, microscope, organic wedding, San Francisco wedding, science decor, science wedding, vintage chemistry