1. Romantic Industrial Loft Wedding At Seattle’s Axis Pioneer Square

    Everyone's definition of a romantic setting varies slightly, but my word it is hard to argue with a gorgeous industrial loft setting like the one at Seattle's own Axis Pioneer Square! Spearheaded by the owner of Seattle's new specialty rental company Fanciful Rentals, a romantic candle lite loft wedding was crafted featuring a mix of antique furniture and decor. Working with a strong wedding color palette of blush, red & ivory, vintage blue floral china and a steel grey linen were choosen as the perfect counterbalance to soften. Playing off the blue floral found in the table setting, a highlight to the loft wedding design was a light beige love seat lounge accented by 2 gorgeous stately toile pillows! As if details like taper candles and vintage champagne flutes filled with rose champagne weren't enough, the team really embodied romance for this styled loft wedding utilizing a lace top BHLDN wedding dress and understated accessories. The last piece to the puzzle, tying the loft wedding together, were the bold florals from Verde & Co. that were equal parts fresh and modern. The beauty to a loft wedding is how the space can transform into just about anything you dream up. Easily one of the most versatile locales, its no wonder that these urban wedding venues are such a prize!

  2. Shabby Chic Vintage Wedding At St. Louis’s Neo on Locust

    Metropolitan weddings can easily be some of the most fantastic as you're surrounded in a metropolis filled environment with unique and diverse sub-worlds all around you. Kayla Broadway knew the moment she visited St. Louis's NEO on Locust that it had the perfect loft like feel for her shabby chic vintage wedding to Jordan McGaughey. The loft space was filled with old school detailing from chicken wire hung antique key escort cards to picture frame highlighted centerpieces of taper candle dripping candelabras and mixed bottle blooms. For the perfect juxtaposition of a modern urban world, Kayla & Jordan selected the enchanting UMSL Provincial House Chapel filled of marble, vaulted ceilings & old church opulence for their ceremony, resulting a dreamy mix of current day meets rich tradition & beauty. St. Louis wedding photographer For the Moment Photography captured each little detail of their St. Louis vintage wedding...

  3. Chic Red Hook Brooklyn Liberty Warehouse Wedding Filled With Billowy Blooms & True Love

    This is one of those weddings... You know the kind, the kind that is simply too amazing and seems to grow in gorgeousness with each and every click to the next image. The kind that is a total nightmare to edit because honestly, there are no second bests in this stack! So what is a gal to do right?! I could say I am sorry for the wonderfully long editorial display from New York City based wedding photographer Brookelyn Photography that you're about to witness, but the hard truth is, I'm not! Starting with an incredibly gorgeous couple, a picture perfect Manhattan skyline location à la Brooklyn, toss in utterly gobsmackingly stunning arrangement in floral & event design and some super cool tasty treats all while being brilliantly captured on film {read with a growing fever pitch of excitement!} and well, I am throwing my editor's hands in the air, don't make me choose favorites because I cant.... I wont!!

  4. Growler Station & Bourbon Bar Lay The Ground Works For This Gentleman’s Southern Living Fete

    Make no mistake, today's feature is geared toward the masculine {and of course the ladies who appreciate a more gentlemanly pastime!} dripping in some of southern living's finer instruments of leisure! One of my favorite crews from South Carolina has returned, this time throwing an engagement party focusing more on the groom to be! Sampling from some truly terrific southern treats, racks of BBQ ribs slaw & the like were the meal of choice, while a craft beer growler station was set up to wash down the tasty meats. For those seeking a more refined sipping style, a Bourbon Bar was erected, featuring some of the south's finest ranging from light honey to deep amber in tones. What is celebrating with the boys if not puffing on a fine, freshly hand rolled cigar made on site to bring that extra special touch! Upstairs at Midtown played the perfect host for this wonderfully masculine affair, featuring rooms with exposed brick, barn wood flooring and elegant molding. Tables were set with gold rimmed fish plates, vintage silverware and adorned with touches like deer antlers, gentlemen's flasks and silver camping cups. Being a bit of a tomboy myself, I connect with this vibe on some many levels. Its earthy, woody, strong, dark where it needs to be, a wonderfully neutral based color palette, and perfectly zeros in on some of the finer things to please all inner foodies & frosty beverage lovers alike. This masculine leaning affair is the perfect example of why not all wedding things should simply be fluffy pink and pretty. As you can see, every now and again, strong earthy with a touch of androgyny makes for one heck of an amazing fete!