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What happens when you get a dream team like Christianne Taylor Weddings, Vanessa Noel Events, and Blomma Bloem Design together? Pure magic in the form of this Malibu wedding, that’s what. Read on for more of Courtney and Aaron’s cute proposal story and an eye-catching ranunculus-filled reception:
From the bride, Courtney: Aaron and I met while we were both serving on staff at Mt. Hermon Christian Conference Center. We endured two years of long distance relationship, sticking together through thick and thin. One weekend last summer, we went to stay at his parent’s house on the almond farm. Early Saturday morning, he begged me to come with him to check the irrigation system, to which I finally agreed after he tried a few attempts! Still in my pajamas, he lead me to a picnic set up under the trees. I asked him if this was for us, and he just smiled at me, continuing to hold my hand as we walked towards the blanket. After a very thoughtful game, he asked me to marry him, to which I ecstatically said yes!
I love so many things about this sweet budget savvy cabin wedding. The bride found so many creative ways to save money – by utilizing family and friends’ talents and reusing items they already had. The bride even wore her mother’s wedding dress which is something you just don’t see very often so I thought that was really special. I love that they kept things low key and only focused on what was important to them as a couple. Be sure to read Lynae’s advice – she’s got some great tips. xoxo Jessica
Neal + Lynae
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We’ve got our noses stuck in the book of love with this week’s theme: bookish weddings! Turn the page — I mean, scroll down — for literature-loving fun.
The Offbeat Bride: Kristina, Children’s Librarian
Her offbeat partner: Matthew, High School Chemistry Teacher and Technical Director
Date and location of wedding: Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation in Waltham, MA — October 7, 2013
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We just couldn’t help ourselves from falling in love with this Napa wedding inspired by the relaxed elegance of the South. Matt Edge Wedding Photography and Mary Ellen Murphy of Off The Beaten Path Weddings are two consummate professionals who make pure magic when they work together, as you can see in the case of Steph and Jeremy’s wedding. Can you imagine a more blissfully romantic ceremony site than this one?
From the bride, Steph: Our relationship was a friendship-turned-romance which in hindsight was ideal for us because now we truly are best friends. Originally we were colleagues, totally wrapped up in our own personal lives but enjoyed hanging out with our mutual group of “orphan” friends (friends that, like us, didn’t have family in town). On one particular evening, at a baseball game, we connected on a deeper level which we now realize was officially the point of no return. Apprehensive to mess up a great friendship and to be sensitive to Jeremy’s (then) 3 year-old daughter, we both proceeded cautiously but it was an undeniable perfect match and inevitably headed for “forever.” Three years later, Jeremy proposed and the planning began…
What is the greatest thing about a DIY wedding? Yes they save you money, but all of the details truly express who you are and can culminate into something completely unique! This was definitely the case for Ellie and Garrett’s hand made wedding in Big Sur. Not only are they both artists, but they are both very free spirits that didn’t want to be defined by typical wedding traditions. Garrett used his eye for design and created all of the wedding stationary while Ellie gathered all of the flowers from the L.A. flower district and put together her own floral crown, her bouquet, and all of the centerpieces. But these aren’t even the most exciting pieces of their Bohemian DIY Wedding, you’ll just have to keep reading to hear all about it!
If this wedding has you feeling a sudden need to blast Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody,” may we suggest you turn it up while you look through the full gallery. All of these gorgeous images were captured by the groom’s little sister and sought after photographer D. Lillian Photography.
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I’m back! I have to say the month leading up to (and after) your wedding goes very quickly. But I happened to luck out in several ways with our celebration. One by having absolutely beautiful, although crisp and chilly, weather for our outdoor ceremony. And second by staying under our $ 10,000 budget.
If I had to imagine the most romantic, natural wedding possible, it’d look something like Tor and Alper’s wedding in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Also, it doesn’t hurt that their wedding was full of some of the industry’s leading pros, including Sean Flanigan, Honey of a Thousand Flowers, and Jenny Packham. Get ready to have this wedding floor you:
From the bride, Tor: We wanted the day to be a merging of our love in the company of all people we love. Since Alper and I got engaged while on a forest-y hike, we knew we wanted to get married outdoors so Nestldown became the perfect venue for us. The only other main ingredient that I really wanted were beautiful florals because I grew up on a flower farm and love flowers. Yes, flowers were more important than even my wedding dress.
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I’m absolutely beside myself to share with you this styled wedding I recently cooked up. I wanted to create a shoot that focused on the more romantic side of autumn, with decayed walls and intricate textiles thrown in for some added visual interest. Jenna Trapasso Thomas of Red, White & Green Photography and McKinna Hahn of House of Ceremony jumped on board to round out my vision, and the sixth floor of Piedmont Renaissance Center was the ideal spot for a shoot. Thank you SO much for your work and participation!
My main inspiration point was textiles, with some metallic and deep amethyst thrown in. I love the pizazz that gold brings, but I wanted to focus more on gold’s warmer sister, copper, to give things a fresher look. I knew I wanted the tablescape to be full of natural elements, so I used greenery with some lesser-used flowers and petite pumpkins to create the base. Most challenging was the ceremony backdrop, which took quite a few late nights watching The Cosby Show, gluing down rolled yarn, and making dip-dyed tassels. In the end, it turned out to be my favorite piece.