Last Fall, I met Rachel when she came to the Found Warehouse and just knew I wanted to help make her and Spencer’s special day as memorable as possible. Their wedding is such a great example of how a few touches can have such a large impact. They created an eclectic look by mixing vintage pieces throughout the ceremony and reception seating. I also just loved their unique take on a sweetheart table! Sitting together amidst their guests, the two formed their own small lounge with the Jordana Blush Settee and Felicity Coffee Table.
This sweet couple wanted a vintage, speakeasy vibe when it came to planning their wedding. With an intimate and elegant ceremony, plus touches like a whiskey bar and Angela’s vintage lace gown, the two created the memorable celebration they so desired. I just love the unique way Fresh Events incorporated a bench into one of their lounge vignettes and used our oversized mailbox for cards.
This inspired shoot takes its cues from Van Gogh’s “Landscape with Wheat Sheaves and Rising Moon.” I love the subtle ways the shoot brings out Van Gogh’s beauty and applies it to the wedding world. The ladies at Orange Blossom Special Events created a look that is so readily applicable to a real wedding and I love the way they incorporated our vintage pieces like the Amelia Vintage Brushes and Desiree Painter’s Palette to create the overall concept.
I am so excited to share the Association of Bridal Consultants luncheon that we hosted last week at the warehouse. We so love being a part of ABC-OC and feel very honored to have had such a talented group of people hang out with us for a couple hours in the warehouse over a yummy lunch from Sun Dried Tomato and a wonderful discussion from Leslie Christen and Design Visage. We lined up 8 of our Gavin Tables down the center of the warehouse with a variety of chairs to seat the 42 attendees. So lucky my hubby was there shooting it all. Such a fun afternoon!
Lisa and Evan, with the help of Bash, Please and a handful of rad vendors, had quite the memorable celebration. This might just be the most fun wedding I’ve ever seen. The couple wanted to create a night for their guests to have the time of their lives, or as Lisa said an “epic rager to celebrate our love.” And oh did they. The couple created a beautifully personal ceremony (complete with confetti, of course) and an awesomely colorful reception. Though the best part? Oh just a surprise carnival for guests to play and frolick to their heart’s content…. Check out all the fun thanks to photographer Sarah Yates
Check out more of the fun in parts 1 + 2 on Green Wedding Shoes!
I always love getting to work with photographer Lane Dittoe and just adore how he captured this adorable couple and their beautiful nuptials. How lovely is their escort card display with the Charlotte Springs? Make sure to head over to Grey Likes Wedding to see more!
I’ve always been a fan of the industrial look and love the way Katherine of Little Cat Design Co. incorporated a geometric pattern in the very modern and industrial setting of this inspired shoot. The brightly colored florals from Primary Petals are a perfect touch for summer and I just adore the combination of wood and metal for dining. Check out the photos and make sure to head over to Ruffled to see even more from the shoot!
Have a wonderful weekend enjoying the summer season!