Showing posts with label This Modern Romance. Show all posts
Showing posts with label This Modern Romance. Show all posts

Monday 2 June 2014

Destination Mexican Wedding Featuring a Donkey & Tequilla

The perfect wedding is an alchemy of romance, design and organisation, plus a supercalifragilistic-expialidocious photographer. In this case Stephanie Williams from This Modern Romance, seriously rocked the wedding photographs, taking pics of every little, exquisite detail. The bride and groom behind this romance are Erica and Abrahm, who celebrated their big day on Valentine's Day in the gorgeous mountain town of San Miguel De Allende in Mexico, at an historic colonial villa called Casa Chorro. The wedding theme of orange and grey, succulents, wood and French linen worked perfectly with the venue, and I've fallen for Erica's lace Monique Lhuillier dress, bespoke-dyed Kate Spade shoes and succulent bouquet. Their wedding coordinator, Guadalupe Alvarez from Penzi Weddings, did an amazing job of coordinating the three days of celebration. Not only did she provide the flowers, decor, and Benito the tequila donkey, but her team built the whole raised reception dance floor on the villa grounds in less than two days! Amazing!

Tuesday 6 August 2013

Real Summer Sea-Side Wedding: Ashley & Derek

Bird-cage veils are seriously floating my boat for this summer season, and the bride in this pretty, monochrome wedding is rocking a lovely little number. Ashley chose a gorgeous seaside setting for her marriage to Derek, and with hundreds of wedding details, you're going to be wanting to save this wedding for future inspiration. I'm mainly gushing over the vintage frame table plan, the un-tiered wedding cake and the floral print stationery and table cloths. It just goes to show that monochrome doesn't have to be stark, it can be soft and pretty instead. Loving the sparkler send-off too! Stunning pictures published with thanks to the team at This Modern Romance.

Friday 9 November 2012

Real Shabby-Chic Wedding: Bethany & Ethan

Backyard weddings are always among the most intimate of real weddings, and this one is no different. Bethany and Ethan decided they wanted an Anthropologie style wedding, filled with personal touches and hundreds of details. Bethany’s mom hand sewn all the gorgeous quilts that were a main part of the homespun decor. Handmade vintage ribbons and banners were strewn about the house saying things like “celebrate” and “eat drink and be married!” Bethany’s wedding dress was custom made on Etsy, and all the flowers and vintage decor display was designed by the talented Annette Gomez. I love all the wedding details, including the vintage typewriter for guests' messages to the bride and groom. Gorgeous pictures published with thanks to This Modern Romance.

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Saturday 28 July 2012

Blush Blossom Wedding Inspiration & A Claire Pettibone Gown

Dreamy blush dresses, vintage less, and delicate cherry blossom. It doesn't get better than Claire Pettibone wedding dresses, and divine pictures by This Modern Romance. I love the decadent mood, the dramatic veils worn high over the forehead, and the heavy peony hair accessories by Erica Elizabeth Designs. The pink parasol is a work of art, buy one from Bella Umbrella in the US, or Brollies Galore here in the UK. It seems next wedding season is all about a narrow silhouette - stunning!

{Wedding Credits}
Wedding Dresses & Bolero: Claire Pettibone
Wedding Umbrella: Bella Umbrella
Hair & Make-up: KC Witcamp
Hair Pieces: Erica Elizabeth Designs
Produced By: Be Inspired PR
Cake: Cupcakes Couture
Flowers: Dolce Designs Studio
Shoes & Jewellery: Ruche Bridal
Rentals: Found Vintage Rentals

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