1. Isola Farms Florida Red White And Blue Wedding

    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!

  2. Romantic Woodland Wedding At Ranch At Little Hills Featuring Vintage Decor

    If you know anything about me, you know that I love taking something that is so clearly one style and dialing it up to perfection with the introduction of another. Today's dreamy woodland wedding is exactly that! What would normally be described as rustic, with the introduction of wind blown draping, free flowing florals, crystal & metallic accents, becomes the perfect romantic woodland wedding. With a pulse on glam, a dash of vintage, it proves that a setting is only the starting point to any vision! The team of wedding designer Marcella Camille Events along with florist Tumbleweed Floral Truck used a mix of decor pieces from Pleasanton Rentals, Joe Squared, and Gussy Up Décor to craft a sweetheart table for two under majestic redwood and oak trees along with the perfect wood gazebo lounge draped in sheer paneling & chandeliers from Chair Divas. Injecting a more masculine color palette in shades of ivory, green and orangey-reds, the team was able to make the woodland wedding accessible to all, striking the perfect balance. This woodland wedding is just further proof that no matter the locale, all it takes is a little vision!

  3. Marie Antoinette Inspired Victorian Wedding At Seattle’s Fairmont Olympic Hotel

    When this wedding popped into my inbox I got a little giddy! A Marie Antoinette inspired Victorian wedding featuring a gorgeous gal with the most delicious pink hair donning an incredible Lauren Elaine wedding dress which kicks off her fantastic bridal style! A delightful groom with his own unique style thanks to Roco Clothing and a ballroom filled with vintage Victorian wedding decor styled by Simply by Tamara Nicole & florist Creative Colors by Patty that would make any Steampunk glam lover squeal! From the metallic Louboutin lace laser cut pumps to the macaron tower from Lady Yum paired with marble busts... perhaps its the customized portrait of Queen Victoria from SunBirdArts that seals the deal! Either way, this Seattle Fairmont Olympic Hotel Victorian wedding is filled with so much character and incredible personality, its hard to do anything but fall deeply in love with it! Seattle wedding photographer Barrie Anne Photography did a gorgeous job capturing each unique moment, but I must admit its the portraits I keep dreaming of!

  4. Whimsical & Relaxed Bohemian Wedding At Murrieta Wine Field California

    Snuggled away at the Murrieta Wine Field is today's sweet little styled bohemian wedding with a whimsical flair from California wedding photographer Elle Lily Photography. From a wedding decor standpoint there is a lot to love. From a swaying wood swing to the vintage coffee table dessert display complete with skeleton tepee backdrop accented by lace filled knitting rings. My favorite piece however is the tepee set in the middle of the field, accented by just a simple rug and terrarium. There is a real romantic beauty to such a striped down ceremony set up! The rest of the boho spirit is filled by flowing fashion choices and heavy floral crowns that make no mistake that our bride is a flower child. I love the simple free spirit to today's bohemian wedding, something that is styled yet all the while low fuss seeming, a beautiful mix dont you think?