Gray continues to be the most popular wedding color this year- and this lakeside destination Michigan wedding at Frog Pond Village is no expect ion. Paired with greens and purples, the garden aesthetic is perfect for the lush and romantic venue. The bride looked amazing in that glamorous gown with off-the-shoulder detail. Photographed by Dan and Melissa I Wedding Photographers, the beautiful venue Frog Pond Village was perfectly accented with gorgeous garden blooms in shades of purple. Love this bride’s wedding look as much as I do? Then check out the list of vendors that helped her get her bridal beauty at the end of this post!
This wedding might change my opinion on Monday. It is simple and sweet, with just a touch of Modern aesthetics. Beautiful, but not overwhelming. And somehow the couple outshines all of the decor! I love this first photo of her striking pure white calla bouquet. Plus her dress is gorgeous, and that backless feature is sure to be a huge trend in 2013. Off BEET Productions captured the event held at the Windows on the Water.
This Monday morning wedding is sure to keep all of you lovely brides on your toes! Set in Amelia Island, it is a wedding that brings out the funk and the sass. The gorgeous setting is flanked by retro cars painted in bright colors, a bride in a silky and sleek gown, a couple of flamingos dressed in their Saturday best and one of the coolest bouquets I’ve seen in a long time. The green cymbidium orchid stem is striking and beautiful! Thanks Oeil Photography for this very cool & modern wedding!
High School Sweethearts Jess & Tyler knew their wedding was more than just a union between two- it was a joining of their families & friends who supported them along the way. They created a beautiful wedding with one of my favorite colors, purple! My favorite element of their wedding was the florals. I honestly don’t think you could find a more classically beautiful arrangement! The combination of dark & light purple roses, purple stock, and green hydrangea to balance everything. I love that Jess continued the purple scheme with her bridesmaid dresses. The rich purple color looks great one everyone! If anyone in Washington DC is looking for a photographer, be sure to look at Travis Curry Photography, who captured this beautiful purple wedding! And for more purple inspiration on Society Bride, look here & here!
When Alea of Alea Lovely Fine Art Photographer + Film Maker posted a hypothetical question on Facebook about her idea’s for a romantic elopement she never expected her friends to jump at the chance. Josh & Kelsey had no plans, expect for the desire for an intimate moment between friends and family. Josh is a fan of making furniture, so he built the altar they stood at and the table they ate at. So romantic and personal! The handmade plates and simple decor were part of the southwest theme that the Texan couple created in destination Phoenix. An elopement isn’t the right choice for many brides, but for those who choose to keep things simple, personal, and intimate the choice is perfect. For more inspiration on elopements, check out this Texas Hill Country wedding by Amanda Marie Portraits and this destination elopement by Stacy Reeves