Embracing Natural Beauty for the Most Romantic Bohemian Wedding

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The soft, pastel hues and elegant bohemian touches give a layer of undeniable romance to this wedding inspiration. And all of that beauty has a little something to do with the genius vendors behind the scenes. Crafted by TOAST Santa Barbara with 3 totally gorgeous bridal beauty looks by Mar for TEAM Hair and Makeup and all captured by Sawyer Baird, get ready to embrace organic details and a color palette that fits right in with that stunning mountaintop.

From the Photographer… When I think of planning a wedding personally I like to think of colors that would work with all seasons! When TOAST Santa Barbara and I got together we decided early on that we were striving to show brides an earthy feel with a hint of boho goodness that would be acceptable for any season. The warm earthy tones accented by brass, pinks, purples, and touches of blue bring out any season on an effortless level. Simple organic beauty found within nature is key when it comes to a multi season look if I do say so myself. The shoot took place at a private estate over looking Santa Barbara – it was the perfect escape for the shoot, bringing it full circle, embracing the soft sounds of nature and breeze. And personally, if I could have dinner on this mountain top everyday, I would.

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Photography: Sawyer Baird | Event Design: TOAST Santa Barbara | Florals: TOAST Santa Barbara | Wedding Dress: Gossamer | Rings: Trumpet & Horn | Hair & Makeup: TEAM Hair and Makeup | Linens: La Tavola Fine Linen Rental | Paper Goods: In Loft Calligraphy

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Inspired by Soft Neutrals, this Shoot is Finding Beauty in Simplicity

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Soft neutrals are the inspiration for this shoot and a stunning, simple elegance is at its core. Designed and photographed by Retrospect Images along with beautiful, lush florals by Three Sisters, take a peek at not one but three equally gorgeous ways to style a tablescape plus a whole slew of elegant details too (including a lineup of almost-too-pretty-to-eat cakes by Just Delightful Cakery). It’s all sitting pretty right here in the vault.

Inspired by a palette of soft neutrals and delicate textures, this fine art neutral wedding inspiration shoot emphasizes that simple is elegant and highlights the ethereal quality of subtle use of texture and very soft colors. The Barn at Tyge Williams Cellars provided our neutral backdrop, where the light poured into the neutral space of concrete floors and ivory paneled walls. We set our table to be inviting to those who may come to gather- each item thoughtfully place. We then re-styled the same table THREE different ways- a table with a floating arrangement for a more dramatic look, a simple more organic look with a simple arrangement, rustic bread/carving board, and a floor table with pillows outdoors. From the cakes to the gowns to the stationary, we sought to curate ethereal stunning details with the right balance of simplicity and elegance. 

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Photography: Retrospect Images | Floral Design: Three Sisters Custom Flowers & Events | Cake: Just Delightful – A Cakery | Stationery: Papertree Studio | Shoes: BHLDN | Engagement Ring: Susie Saltzman | Jewelry: BHLDN | Hair + Makeup: Kat Tinney | Venue: Cornerstone Gardens Tent/Barn | Bridal Boutique: Kinsley James Couture Bridal | Creative Direction + Styling: Retrospect Images | Ring Box: The Family Joolz | Table Runner: Party Crush Studio | Tabletop Rentals: Frances Lane | Vintage Rentals: Seventh Heaven Vintage Event Planning and Design

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Our Favorite Way To Rock “Something Blue” On Your Wedding Day

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We’ve all heard the old English rhyme, “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.” It’s one of my absolute favorite wedding traditions because it’s the perfect way for brides to incorporate a sentimental and personal touch to your wedding day attire. One of the ways to incorporate your “something blue” is to make a big statement — with a pair of gorgeous shoes, of course! These brides added their pop of color with amazing shoes that undoubtedly stole the show! Take a peek at our favorite way to rock your “something blue!”

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A Whimsy-Filled Watercolor Ranch Wedding

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When it got right down to it, Jessica and Jeffrey wanted to treat their favorite people to an amazing celebration. They opted to keep the guest list small and make sure there was never a dull moment throughout their whimsical, fairytale-inspired outdoor wedding. With CCL Weddings by their side, they accomplished just that with every watercolor kissed moment captured by The Great Romance Photo.

From the Bride… Jeff and I met through a good mutual friend of ours back in 2012 at Backstage Bar in Culver City. It was an immediate attraction at first sight – I liked to talk, and he liked to listen! We both sat at a table chatting and getting to know one another. I must have been very excited because during one of my stories I accidentally spilled my drink on him…Jeffrey got up, without one word, and walked away. I thought 1) how embarrassing and 2) how rude! After a short while, he came back with another glass of ginger vodka .. and the rest was history.

I have always dreamed of having an outdoor whimsical fairytale style wedding. I knew from the get-go that if there was one thing I wanted, it was for everyone to be comfortable and entertained at all times. Over the years, you hear so many stories about how a ceremony would drag on for hours, or guests would sit next to complete strangers, or not having the chance to even say hi to the bride and groom – we knew we wanted to avoid all of that at all costs. Having this in mind inspired us to keep the guest list relatively small. We included comfy upholstered couches in the ceremony and reception. We also wanted to make sure there was something going on throughout the whole day so there was never a dull moment.

My favorite part of the day was seeing Jeffrey cry when he read his vows to me. He is a man who doesn’t show his soft side very often, so seeing him breakdown as he recited his vows was a very touching moment.

Our best advice to other couples is to HIRE A PLANNER. Wedding planning is already a very stressful ordeal, having a planner really helps guide you through the process. They will keep you on track and help put pen to paper your dream wedding. Also remember, pick your battles – compromise is a big part of planning. You are likely spending a large amount of money on your wedding – think about what matters to you the most and what you can go without. Either way, remember it will turn out beautiful!

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Photography: The Great Romance Photo | Videography: Komotion | Event Coordination: CCL Weddings & Events | Event Planning + Design: CCL Weddings & Events | Floral Design: Art With Nature | Wedding Dress: Vera Wang | Cake : M Cakes Sweets | Stationery : Mari Chang | Catering: Hungry Bear | Hair + Makeup: Studio MM&B | Venue: Saddlerock Ranch | Venue: Saddlerock Ranch | Alcohol: Sunseri’s | Hand Lettering: Skye Cho | Rentals: A Rental Connection | Rentals: Found Vintage Rentals

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The New Atelier Pronovias 2018 Collection is Here and It’s Gorgeous!

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We’re always a little skeptical when designers claim that their latest collection is the “most beautiful ever.” After all, they say it every season. But we’ve seen the Atelier Pronovias 2018 Collection and we can confidently say that it really is the most beautiful collection ever. Exquisite lace, dazzling jewels and statement silhouettes take the 2018 Collection to crazy new levels of pretty!

As the models walked down the runway at Pronovias’ flagship New York City boutique, each dress seemed to be prettier than the last. With elegant lines and a fresh take on our favorite silhouettes, each handmade gown is dreamy as can be — plunging necklines, accentuated backs and leg-revealing slits play with proportions. But one of our favorite parts of the new collection? The stunning details, like draped sleeves, gemstone embroidery and convertible dresses!

Pronovias is known for the magic they make happen with lace, and the new Atelier Pronovias 2018 Collection didn’t disappoint. Romantic lace and sheerness combined with silk thread and gemstone-edged floral motifs to create some major wow moments. Delicate gold and silver embroidery add the subtlest hint of color with seriously beautiful results.

Seriously, darlings, we could not be more in love with the Atelier Pronovias 2018 Collection. And now that we’ve seen these gorgeous gowns, we’re counting down the days until Barcelona Bridal Week when the full Pronovias 2018 Collection will be revealed, because based on this sneak peek, it’s sure to be the prettiest collection ever!

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Photography: Gerardo Somoza | Wedding Dress: PRONOVIAS | Makeup: Marina Christine | Hair: Kelly Tomasso Using Aveda

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The Bride Wore Oscar de la Renta and Took Everyone’s Breath Away!

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This wedding is proof that when you hire the right people, really pretty things happen. Especially when you’ve got people like Trent Bailey StudioMichelle Elaine WeddingsFace Time Beauty ConciergeKatydid Signature Floral & Event Design and Around Town Entertainment on your vendor list. Scroll on for the entire lovefest, including a beaming bride in Oscar de la Renta who completely stole the show.

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From the planner, Michelle Elaine… I absolutely loved working with Lauren! We planned together for about 14 months so time was on our side to get every last detail perfectly nailed down. Her natural style carried over into her wedding design displaying that same class and elegance. The vision created was timeless, with antique silver candelabras, lush white florals, gorgeous table garlands and slight touches of deep navy, courtesy of our talented calligrapher, Tara Jones. Lauren’s wedding dress, a stunning Oscar de la Renta, completely took everyone’s breath away as she walked down the aisle; I couldn’t even keep it together as I prepared her to walk!

Following the ceremony, the couple had portraits done as my team ensured no detail was missed at the venue. Lauren wanted to create the reception in a way that guests would enjoy a very formal, seated dinner and then be entertained on the pool deck by an incredible band to dance the night away, which they did!

From the bride, Lauren… Dan and I both went to the University of Southern California and were introduced by mutual friends. The first 2 years of our relationship were long-distance, trading weekends up and down the coast between LA and San Francisco, before ending up in Venice Beach. But while our life together is very much rooted in California, I knew immediately after we got engaged that I wanted our wedding to take place in my home state.

My parents both have homes near the Jersey Shore, so when we visit during the summer that has become our home base. It was important for us to have a Catholic ceremony, and as soon as we saw Saint Catharine’s, a stunning historic church, in Spring Lake, the most charming Victorian beach town, we knew it was meant to be.

After choosing the location, we set out to find the right vendors. I actually discovered both Michelle Elaine Weddings and Trent Bailey in the same Style Me Pretty post, and after exhaustive research, I’m so glad I went with my gut and hired them both! Trent’s editorial style was exactly what we were looking for in a photographer; and Michelle not only kept track of every detail leading up to the wedding, making long-distance planning a breeze but also perfectly executed our vision on the day.

We wanted everything to feel very elegant, classic and timeless. Dan and I both tend to favor neutral colors, so we chose that palette for the wedding as well. Almost everything was white or ivory, with accents of gray and antique silver, and a very dark navy for the calligraphy. I’m obsessed with all things paper and calligraphy and immediately fell in love with Tara Jones’ work, which really set the tone for the rest of the details.

The day of the wedding was a dream. My bridesmaids, who all wore different gray dresses of their choosing, came over to my dad’s house, and my mom brought over “Father of the Bride” and “My Best Friend’s Wedding” to play while we got ready. Dan and I gave each other gifts (pearl earrings for me, vintage cufflinks for him), and notes that we had written earlier. It rained that morning, and I think I was the only one who actually wasn’t worried about it… My trusty weather app told me the sun would come out at 2, just in time for the wedding, and sure enough, as we pulled up to the church in the trolley, singing “Going to the Chapel,” the clouds parted and the sun started shining.

I didn’t want anything to distract from my dress, so I carried a simple bouquet of white tulips and lily of the valley… and a huge smile, which I could not keep off my face! My father walked me down the aisle and we had a full mass, with readings by my godmother and Dan’s sister, and a solo of “Amazing Grace” performed by one of my bridesmaids. 

Before the reception, the bridal party took the trolley back to my dad’s house, which is one of my favorite places in the world, for portraits. The photographs Trent captured there are so special to us. When we got to the reception, Dan and I snuck into the ballroom before heading out to cocktail hour to see the set-up and have a moment (and some food) to ourselves. It was so thrilling to see every detail we’d spent so much time planning brought to life and to spend a few moments alone as a married couple reflecting on everything before heading out to take it all in together.

While I had always dreamed of a traditional black-tie wedding, it was really important to us that our guests (many of whom flew across the country to be there) could still feel comfortable and have fun. The Spring Lake Bath & Tennis Club was the perfect venue to accommodate that, with its old-school East Coast charm and oceanfront setting being just the right amount of formal, without feeling stuffy. After the cocktail hour on the oceanfront pavilion (with signature Dirty Martini and Old Fashioned cocktails), we moved inside to the ballroom for a candlelit seated dinner. After 3 brilliant toasts and a delicious meal, the party moved back outside under the stars (actually, a tent filled with twinkly lights). I changed into a custom-made strapless ivory column dress and white Adidas, and we cut the cake with a champagne saber my mom’s boyfriend gave us as an engagement gift. The Around Town Band did not disappoint, and the dance floor was packed the whole night. Actually, I think the only time we were sad the whole day is when they played their last song!

The best piece of advice I received (and, thankfully, actually listened to!) is to be present – enjoy yourself, and be yourself. It really does go by so fast, so don’t miss a moment by worrying about something silly. Spend the whole day having fun with your new husband, your families, and all the people who are there to celebrate you! Thanks to Michelle and her team, we were able to feel like guests at our own wedding, which is how everyone should experience it.

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Photography: Trent Bailey Studio | Cinematography: Kiss The Bride Films | Event Planning: Michelle Elaine Weddings | Floral Design: Katydid Signature Floral & Event Design | Wedding Dress: Oscar De La Renta | Cakes: Chocolate Carousel | Ceremony Venue: St. Catharine’s Church | Reception Venue: Spring Lake Bath & Tennis Club | Bride’s Shoes: J.Crew | Rings: Custom by Structure Manufacturing of Fine Jewelry | Bridesmaid Dresses: Various | Hair & Makeup: Face Time Beauty Concierge | Calligraphy: Tara Jones Calligraphy | Band: Around Town Entertainment | Groomsmen’s Bow Ties: The Tie Bar | Tent: Ocean Tents | Bridal Party Monogrammed Shirts: Life a Stitch | Bridal Salon: Erin Cole | Bride’s Earrings: Christian Dior | Ceremony Programs: Design by Bride, Printing by the Father of the Groom | Flower Crowns: Bluebird Twine | Groom’s Shoes: Salvatore Ferragamo | Groom’s Tuxedo: Ralph Lauren | Paper Goods: Color Box Design & Letterpress | Rentals: Party Rental LTD | Uplighting: Finer Touch Entertainment | Veil: Janice Haddan | Wax Seals: Nostalgic Impressions

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A Cliffside Ceremony That Will Take Your Breath Away

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The wedding vision? An elopement set high upon a cliff with the ocean waves crashing below. And if that alone isn’t enough to hook you, the photos from Michele Beckwith certainly will. With Bella Notte Events by their side, Amanda and Chad planned a destination elopement on the California coast and brought in vendors like Skyla Arts Makeup & Hair to make sure their special day went off without a hitch. Spoiler alert: it totally did.

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From Michele Beckwith PhotographyDuring out first phone call, the bride Amanda described her vision of getting married on a cliff above the ocean. I couldn’t have been more excited and want to capture their intimate wedding!

The couple was coming in from Texas just for their elopement and I knew I wanted to help them make sure it was something really special by being their eyes. Despite being 35 weeks pregnant at the time I was determine to find an epic location and spent an afternoon searching for the perfect spot. Luckily my assistant and I stumbled upon this rocky location that had sweeping ocean views. We took loads of videos and send them to the bride. They arrived into town a few days later and visited the location. They loved it and instantly knew it was the exact place they had envisioned saying their vows!

Even though Amanda wasn’t having a large wedding with all her friends and family, she took meticulous care in choosing her details. Together with her planner, they made sure everything was arranged beforehand so the day went smoothly. Amanda also took great care in choosing her details that she brought with her. From her BHLDN dress, to their handwritten vows, the family heirlooms she wore, to the Tag Heuer watch she gifted Chad after slipping into her gown.

We knew the location on the cliff would be windy, so Amanda chose to do a classic updo to make sure she could keep here eyes clearly focused on Chad’s. The floral designer incorporated pampas grass into the ceremony circle to mimic the movement of the waves down below. Amanda even called up Ginny Au from Frou Frou Chic about sending her the most perfect shade of blush silk ribbon that would blow in the wind on her bouquet.

Since this was a destination wedding for the couple, their family was not able to attend. As a surprise, Amanda’s family had Thomas Hughes video fly a drone over the scene. The couple’s faces when they found out that their family had made the secret arrangement was priceless! Now they have a lovely short film that really captures the awesomeness of the cliffside location.

After the couple said their vows and watched the sunset during the portrait time, they hoped into a hired car and had an intimate dinner for two in San Francisco.

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Photography: Michele Beckwith Photography | Videography: Thomas Hughes Films | Event Planning: Bella Notte Events | Floral Design: Angella Floral Arts | Dress: BHLDN | Hair and Makeup: Skyla Arts Makeup & Hair | Officiant : Minister Maggie | Silk Ribbon: Frou Frou Chic

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A Wedding So Gorgeous, it Deserves a Whole Weekend of Celebrating

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A wedding weekend filled with Juliette Balconies, the perfect weather and multiple celebrations that beautifully embody the couple’s culture and traditions is just the kind of wedding we dream about. Now add to that a team of amazing vendors including florals crafted by Designs by Ahn and Sawyer Baird + Mint Wedding Cinematography on the capturing front. See the whole stunning affair from floral arch to breathtaking tea ceremonies right here in the vault.

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From the Bride… David and I were blessed with warm, dreamy fall weather for our entire wedding weekend after two abnormally cold and wet weekends in the beginning of October. It was the best of the luck and we will be forever grateful! On our wedding day our guests’ picked their favorite part of the weekend early on – I jumped the gun and tried to kiss David after his personal vows, and our pastor had to stop me because it wasn’t time for us to kiss yet! Easy to say, I was beyond excited, and oh I love him so much! The ceremony felt so intimate, and the reception was filled with non-stop dancing. We could not have asked for a more perfect weekend. Our closest friends and bridal party members stayed at the mansion with us for the entire weekend, so we were able to make the most of our friends and family members gathering from afar.

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A Wedding Shoot Inspired by Hit Movie, Legends of the Fall

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Did you ever watch the movie Legends of the Fall? (I can’t believe it came out 23 years ago!) The raw beauty of that film always stuck with me… so when Jeremiah and Rachel Photography and Greenwood Events sent over this inspiration shoot that SO perfectly captures that ranch life, I knew it was a sure win for those of you planning rustic fetes. It’s one you’ll want to spend some time pinning my friends, promise.

From Jeremiah and Rachel PhotographyThis past September, we had the privilege of collaborating with Greenwood Events and The Resort at Paw’s Up to work on a shoot that had been on our hearts for years. We had a vision of showing Montana in it’s best light, romantic, wild, passionate and untouched. We adore the story Legends of the Fall, and Tristan’s fight against himself. It might be a tragic story, but the happiest he is in that movie is when he’s with his true love, Isobel. And that’s where this shoot was born from. The Resort at Paw’s Up is one of the most beautiful places in Montana, and just being on the ranch was awe inspiring. Darci and Arden of Greenwood Events tapped right into our hearts and created this entire setting, even making a field of wildflowers for our lovely couple.

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Photography: Jeremiah and Rachel Photography | Event Design: Greenwood Events | Floral Design: Greenwood Events | Wedding Dress: Claire Pettibone | Ring: Trumpet & Horn | Makeup: Skin Chic | Hair: Christina Stevens | Grooms Attire: Jcrew.com | Dress Shop: Willow Bride | Invitation and Calligraphy: Cast Calligraphy | Location: The Resort at Paws Up | Rentals: The Party Store | Ribbon: Tono & Co | Tabletop Rentals: The Top Collection

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A Black Tie Wedding with Latin Flair (Mariachi Band Included!)

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What do you get when you blend the outdoor beauty of a garden wedding with the black-tie romance of a classic Dallas restaurant and a mariachi band that plays homage to the Bride and Groom’s latin roots? Pure perfection, a.k.a. this celebration planned by Keestone Events, along with florals by The Backyard Bouquet and the prettiest sweet ending courtesy of Sugar Bee Sweets. Follow all the gorgeous imagery captured by Stephanie Brazzle Photography with even more in the vault.

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From the Bride… I was once told “the best love story is when you fall in love with the most unexpected person at the most unexpected time.” My love story began five years ago with a first date at Coal Vines in Downtown Dallas. We were set up through a mutual friend but due to bad relationship experiences in the past and being consumed with graduate school, I didn’t have very much interest or high expectations. Little did I know that that one date would change my life so much! Victor would propose three years later.

I had dreamed of purchasing my wedding dress with my mother at my side. Unfortunately, my mother had lost her battle to cancer. For months, I was holding off on buying the dress because I knew it would be an emotional day. When I did go, it was so discouraging since I had tried on several dresses and had not yet experienced that ‘aha moment”. I was down to one dress and when I put it on, tears instantly flowed. I had found my dress. I wanted to make my mother a part of my wedding day and wrapped her necklace around my bouquet. Holding it brought me a lot of peace, and made the day feel all the more meaningful. I felt her presence and I knew she was smiling and enjoying in the day with me.

We had a small wedding with our closest friends and family at Marie Gabrielle. To me, finding the venue is as important as finding the right wedding dress. I had envisioned a timeless and elegant, black tie garden wedding affair, and Marie Gabrielle was perfect with its beautiful grounds. My favorite moment of the wedding was reading our vows. In declaring our love to each other in front of all, I felt like a modern day princess marrying her prince charming.

As Victor and I are both Hispanic, we wanted to incorporate our Latin roots by having a mariachi band. Our DJ also made sure to play a blend of salsa, merengue, bachata and American dance music. We are blessed to have family and friends travel from around the world to be there for our wedding. It made an already wonderful day even more special. Thank you to all the amazing vendors for making our fairytale wedding come true!

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Photography: Stephanie Brazzle Photography | Planner: Keestone Events | Florals: The Backyard Bouquet | Cake: Sugar Bee Sweets | Stationery: Scribbles And Swirls | Hair and Makeup: Pixie Glam Studio | DJ: DJ Brandon | Ceremony + Reception: Marie Gabrielle | String Trio: European Ensemble Strings

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