1. An Autumn Foliage Wedding Fit For A Princess Featuring A Floor Length Leaf Table Runner

    With the stunning colors of autumn foliage just about behind us, let's hang onto those bright yellows & oranges for just a moment longer! This styled shoot is a gorgeous affair fit for a princess bride! The bridal style for today's shoot is stunning, opting for a stunning multi-tiered gown with just the right amount of princess feel without going overboard. Our bride's look was finished off with an amazing jeweled headpiece with a go big or go home attitude. The reception styled needed to compliment our bride's grand look, utilizing 2 dynamic color wheel faves, Blue & Orange with an earth Brown to ground everything. Setting up a lovely gently worn farmer table, the team created a world of whimsy playfully opting for wedgeware plates with gold chargers & parrot tulips at select place settings to greet the guests. The choice of using parrot tulips is absolutely divine in this case, as the ruffled frayed edges of these orange beauties perfectly compliment the show piece table runner. I simply can not get enough of floor length table runners & this fall foliage version is no exception! This full leaf runner is tie that brings it all together. Matching the grandeur of our princess bride, the runner offers a bit of outdoors, in, while injecting some much needed whimsy into the day! This magical styled shoot is a true autumn delight & inspiration for future fall time brides!

  2. Bridal Glam In 5 Elegant & Sophisticated Looks Captured On The House Of Blues Stage

    There is a conflict of assumption when viewing a bride in a highly refined, elegant, at times dramatic look.... the Diva. Yes there are indeed Diva brides, however do understand, Diva is a state of being, an attitude, not dictated by what one wears. Therefore, can we be glam brides, without giving off the diva vibe??? After leafing through this gorgeous styled shoot, taking place at House of Blues, my answer is hell yes! The vision of the team assembled was to create progressive modern bridal looks that lean at times to the glam bride side of things. 5 unique looks feature gorgeous gowns from designers Kenneth Pool, Amsale, Paloma Blanca, & Ines de Santo. The looks range from classically modern & elegant, to the more dramatic.

  3. Little Red Riding Hood Is All Grown Up In This Children’s Fable Inspired Styled Wedding Shoot

    With an almost holiday feel, our Little Red Ridinghood involves an elegant wedding for Lil Red and her groom at a treehouse in the woods. It blends modern and natural elements that worked seamlessly with our contemporary design and color palette. The open floor plan looks out over lush trees, a babbling brook, and pond. Our amazing team perfected every aspect of Lil Red’s big day. We selected a fun and flirty Nicole Miller dress for her and donned her groom in charcoal gray tux. It wouldn't be Lil Red without a splash of red so we adorned her with a whimsical headpiece and red hot shoes. The perfect make up and a simple side chignon completed her transformation into a modern, 21st century bride! Papertini hand-wired a basket filled with tulips, leucadendrons and hypericum berries and also created a simple bouquet of tulips, fiddlehead ferns, hypericum berries with a twist of red wire for her to carry. For her ruggedly handsome groom, we created our signature wired base boutonniere design and a second fun boutonniere to match her tulip bouquet. Custom flowers were created especially for Lil Red! We plucked out the center of roses...

  4. Chic Boho Inspired DIY Styled Shoot With An Earthy Love Feel

    Well Hello Pretty!! That was my first thought upon seeing this submission, not to mention getting giddy as all get out! There is a certain quality of light & styling going on with this bohemian inspired shoot that makes you swoon just a little bit more, with each next photo. When Brittany Dow set out to bring this shoot together, her goal was to create inspiration for brideys that incorporated easy DIY elements. Using Etsy vendors for things like the bridal dress & flower crown, the rest was hand crafted & styled by the team. The two big DIY elements are the ribbon wall, created out of tea dyed ripped bed sheets, and the tent made out of a wood frame and some blankets. I love the choice of using a blanket with ruffles & texture for the tent, lending a feminine touch to an otherwise masculine structure. Giant lanterns are used to punctuate the pop up tent, while mason jars filled of moss gently swing from the apex of the tent. Our bride was perfectly styled with a wheat bouquet wrapped in burlap, carrying through that earthy goodness feel, while the ribbon wall injects a strong sense of whimsy & color. I love everything about this shoot & all the inspiration worthy little details!