I recently introduced my hubby to the wonderful world of cacti and succulents and I think I successfully got him hooked as well :) When I stumbled across this beautiful wedding shot by Phoebe Joy and Connie Lyu, I was wowed and got a tiny bit of wedding envy. How adorable are those bouquets and boutonnieres?! I love!
It’s been a while since we have a Wedding Wednesday in this blog. I promise you, you’ll love this one. Do you remember these fabric invitations we did for Jeff & Jessica’s wedding last Fall?
Well, I was such at joy today to find out that Josh McCullock, the photographer of the big day, has posted tons of photos on his blog of the actual wedding day. Jessica was a friend of mine and it was such a bummer that I couldn’t come to the big day, but Josh did such a wonderful job capturing the day!
Jessica looks so pretty! The birdcage veil and the feathery hair accessories looks amazing on her.
She also mostly DIY the decorations. Don’t you love the old photos hung on tree bark? And of course the mason jar. Looks so lovely and really fits the vintage-barn wedding theme!
The ring-bearer also held responsible bearing a wagon filled with baby flower girls. How cute is that?! The ceremony takes place outside the barn.
Love this “tree lighting” inside the barn, which is where the reception was held. The color combination is one of my favorites! We actually did some labels too for their food buffet with matching design to their invitation. Wish I could show them to you!
Today’s Wedding Wednesday is so breathtakingly lovely. I was just gasping when I saw these images on the blog of one of my most favorite Indonesian photographer, Axioo. I’m sure that most of you will agree with me that the bride’s dress is just so, so unique, extra special and beautiful. Sally, the bride, designed her own dress. No wonder! :)
I’m loving the subtle touch of the color red through the wedding details. Don’t you just love the guestbook table? One unique thing about the wedding venue, according to Axioo’s blog post, “Instead of going for hotel ballroom (which is where most weddings in Jakarta takes place), [they] opted for a more cozy and intimate setting at Rumah Maroko (Morocco House).”
When I first saw this wedding photos, I immediately thought J-CREW! The style, the color… it’s sooo J-Crew! Then I came to find out that Lizet’s dress is from J-Crew :) I love the simplicity of this wedding and the small little detail that warms your heart. Plus, according to Apertura, this wedding has only 13 people in total. I’ve always wanted a small, personal, and intimate wedding, but I just knew that it won’t be possible for us, due to a lot of circumstances! :) For more of Lizet & Edmund’s wedding eye candies, visit Apertura’s blog.
This week’s Wedding Wednesday is probably nothing you’ve seen before. I always love weddings that is out of the box and a bride who is not afraid of something edgy and unique. The wedding of Keri & Jeremiah surely could be described that way! This wedding was held in Texas and happened last year’s Fall season, shot by the amazing Agung Fauzi from Seize The Day Photography, who also shot my very own wedding.
I’m so amazed at the couple’s eclectic and unique taste. There is edginess, casualness, stylishness, with a bit of rustic touch.
Here is a bit from Keri:
I did my own flowers, and I put all the fabric together for my dress, but had an amazing seamstress that sewed it all together like that. The actual dress I bought at Bliss Bridal and I think it was “technically” a bridesmaids dress. In the middle it had a big applique of sparkly beads and diamonds (so not me) so I just took that off!
How cool are the bridesmaid’s outfits? Where else would you get to wear jeans as a bridesmaid? And the bouquet is just so, so charming and cool. The flowers are wrapped with a fabric with musical notes pattern, since the couple are a big music fan. In fact, Jeremiah proposed Keri with a song that he composed himself. Oh, and also, the camera seems to LOVE capturing the bride, don’t you think? She looks like a photo model!
I adore the flower girl’s pillow and the outfits.
I’ve decided to have one wedding featured every Wednesday that I’d call “Wedding Wednesday“. So this would be the first Wedding Wednesday! :)
This wedding has such a simple but charming details, which I absolutely adore. Sarah K. Chen captures the most ethereal and beautiful images for a wedding and she did such an excellent job on this wedding! I love the chalkboard theme, the adorable cake topper, the letterpressed program, the cake buffet, the ring shot, the red umbrella shot… So much things to love here!