1. Homespun Camp Wedding At Austin’s The Plant at Kyle

    It's been a while since I've found myself not just with a face wide grin but literally chuckling out loud while making selections for a wedding. Don't get me wrong, each wedding I choose to share is lovely, filled with delightful treats of beauty & heart, but some weddings more then others have an undeniable focus on family & fun. Such is the case with the truly dynamic Austin Texas Camp Wedding of Cindy & Richard! Parallel to their desire to express their love as a couple, Cindy & Richard wanted to craft a weekend long adventure that celebrated their family and friends in the most deliciously whimsical of ways. Naturally the idea of a camp wedding was born, complete with custom wedding logo highlighting the weekend long activities of games, bonfires and the like, largely played out during the reception. A bold color palette of red, blue & yellow further brought to life the camp wedding mentality, expressed beautifully in candle topped painted bottles that ran down the long reception tables. What ensued is quite possibly one of the bigger wedding treats...

  2. Laid Back Offbeat Wedding At Banffy Castle Romania

    With a fresh and enlighten view on the wedding day, Adela & Teodor Negrea married in a locale uniquely special to them both. For their offbeat wedding with a truly laid back party feel, the couple knew without question that the grounds of Banffy Castle was the perfect spot, as it is also the home to the Electric Castle Festival, a musical festival directed by the groom himself! Channeling their funky & free spirited personalities, the couple used the refined venue as a spring board for the delightfully eclectic day featuring touches like a raised balloon garden, a light strand embraced tented reception and a dance floor under the stars! While the wedding world is a wash these days in a sea of lace & fluff, I adore just a bit more couples who buck the traditional ways and truly get down with their eclectic side!

  3. Rustic Neon Vineyard Inspired Sun Valley Idaho Wedding

    Our wedding would be considered rustic, shabby chic, whimsical, colorful, romantic, and personal. Most of the flowers we used were whimsy colorful wildflowers. The location had a lot of character. We got married outside on the property of a private residence. There was an old covered wagon on the property as well as a rustic wooden horse wagon. We had antique wagon wheel chandeliers in our reception tent. All of my bridesmaids each wore a different shade of coral from dark to light to create an ombre effect. We had a unity tree ceremony. We had lawn games during cocktail hour (custom made bean bag toss and ladder ball). Our wedding reception dinner was served family style with a salad, a chicken pasta, and fresh wood fired pizzas served tableside. We had different flavored cupcakes and cake pops for dessert all served from birch wood platters. There were lots of candles and lanterns to provide romantic lighting. Our transportation for our guests was yellow school buses (because I'm a teacher!)

  4. British 60s Rock Wedding Infused With 70’s Music & Leopard Print Details

    When you have the likes of Buddy Holly & The Beatles as your spirit animal, you know that a wedding peppered with mod indie rock style is simply the only way to go! Amy Mallalieu & Samuel Monday let their inner 60’s and 70’s music Gods fly in their wonderfully cool UK wedding photographed by English wedding photographer Charlene Morton Photography. Mod bouffant hair, low slung bows of hair, leopard print bridesmaid dresses and matching bow ties flowed through the day, while details like vintage records served as table numbers. With such a boisterous tone to the day, the couple cleverly opted for a crisp clean palette of whites, greens & touches of brown to hold all the awesome together! Armed with a Beatles cover band & a rainbow wedding cake in the shape of a record player {of course!} Amy & Samuel pulled their indie rock wedding full circle, naturally jamming through the night in this glorious 60s rock wedding!