1. Vibrant Traditional Indian Wedding With Personalized Touches At Philadelphia’s Vie Ballroom

    There is something so magical & captivating to me about Indian weddings. I think they appeal to the little kid in me with all of the wonder in bright colors & shiny pieces, like a brilliant peacock on display! Danielle Carr & Ravi Jarecha celebrated their instant love with one another by blending their two worlds into one. Their ceremony, focusing on traditional Indian rituals, is beautiful & equally as captivating as the bright colors! From the beautiful long floral leis, the binding of the couple by loose rope, even the burning of materials, each is wondrously intriguing and beautiful. Their bridal fashions, again traditional style, are stunning and both looking completely amazing & beautifully put together. Danielle is an utter vision & a stunningly beautiful bride, dont you think?! While traditions are certainly the first order of business, what I love the most is the breeze, ease, & joy which Danielle & Ravi clearly take in the others presence. This wedding is beautifully done, heartfelt & filled with joy!

  2. Gorgeous Cathedral Side Of New Orleans Weddings In This Modern Blue St. Patrick’s Church Nuptials

    Feminine ,classy ,traditional details of old New Orleans. Classic modern sophistication. Just a few phrases to describe Lauren and Dan's wedding. Residents of New York City, the couple wanted to host an authentic memorable night to share w/ guests. Lauren a native of Louisiana, knew nowhere better than NOLA.She choose Windsor Court Hotel as hub of their wedding giving guests a chance to experience the enchantment that NOLA has.St. Patrick’s Church, where couple exchanged vows.Attire of the party was thoughtfully planned by the bride, w/ her tiered lace Lazaro gown setting the tone for the fashions. The gown was a cascade of lace & ruffled tulle, & her cathedral length veil had been hand sewn and beaded by the mother of the groom. Monique Lhuillier bridesmaids dresses mimicked the ruffles of Lauren’s dress & custom-sewn toile flower girl dresses carried on the soft, sophisticated theme. Bridesmaids carried ivory parrot tulips & green hydrangeas, bride carried a timeless arrangement of roses & rice flowers. Groom’s attendants accented their tuxedos with fleur-de-lis tux studs and boutonnieres of ivory roses & fiddlehead ferns. Delicate arrangements of baby’s breath and votives softened the bold atmosphere of the ballroom.

  3. Georgia Peach Inspired Hues In This Rustic Industrial Wedding With Farmhouse Chic Sophistication

    There is so much to love about this beautifully glamorous wedding which ever so harmoniously blends a few different themes & design aspects into one! Lauren Coalson Hardy & Chris Hardy are two very stylish, design loving folks, so it was only natural that a wedding with high design elements would do. Enter the design whiz Juli Vaughn who ever so brilliantly blended together a rustic industrial feel with a soft feminine peach inspired color palette & various mixed elements which kept each table fresh & inspired. From the unconventional florals to the completely adorable animal escort cards, its hard to escape an overall organic feel which only adds to this beautiful farmhouse fete. Atlanta wedding photographer Jason Hales Photography, perfectly captured each and every detail as well as all the lovely little moments between Lauren & Chris, making this sweet southern stunner one of my top all time favorites!

  4. 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?!