Photography|| Kristina Gaines Photography
I tend to peruse the photographer's websites every once in awhile to see if I can catch a glimpse of work I have created for brides. Thankfully the photographers leave about photographic evidence of creations that once existed.
paige + caleb
A different take on a traditional table number.
Wow! 2016 just flew by!!!
I have to confess, I don't remember much of the year only because there was so much beautiful activity twirling around!
Here is an example of such beauty:
Here's a story, of a beautiful bride and her handsome groom...
Wedding Styling: http://www.leslieherringevents.com
As featured on: http://southernweddings.com
The beauty of calligraphy is you can add a signature touch or what designers in the industry like to call "branding" to your special day. These personalized cups, napkins and matches match the Save-the-Date invite sent out a few months ago and will also match the upcoming wedding invitation going out soon. Stay tuned for the wedding upcoming wedding invitation!!!
When you don't want a huge fanfare, wedding announcements after the day are the way to go.
Here is a wedding I did this past year for a couple who love the color RED! The suite is beautiful and elegant with a punch of color to show their passion for life!
You can never go wrong with red in a wedding. I used it in mine 16 years ago in May. Don't think of the color as just a Fall or Winter color. The use of red can make a bold statement without hitting you over the head with intensity.
Basically, you can utilize your favorite color anytime of the season when combined with the right flowers and decor. Besides, it is your wedding. This is one of the few times in life you can do and choose EXACTLY what you want!
Photography: Aaron Snow Photography * Wedding Styling: Emerson Events * Invitation Suite: Chirps and Cheers
Treating the wedding party as individuals and not as a general title is a special way to honor your attendants during this special day.
Instead of naming the piece of paper, sticker or card "usher," "groomsman" and "Father of the Bride," using their actual name is a simple but meaningful touch.
Photo Courtesy of: Amanda Watson Photography * Flowers Courtesy of: Juniper Designs