Wait, wait! I know it’s not May 1st, BUT these darling little cake toppers are easy to make and oh so darling. They can be made to go with any wedding color scheme (or even a shower… wouldn’t they be sweet?!) and would make quite the impression on your guests. This all hails from Studio DIY, so just click here to head on over to their blog for more photos and the instructions.
Heels are amazing, give you height and look beautiful, BUT they may not be the most comfortable option for your wedding day. If you are still looking for something colorful and easy on the feet, why not consider customizing your own ballet flats? Head on over to the blog of Kristin Eldridge for full instructions on these cutie pies.
We love weddings around here … that’s obvious! Some of them we adore so much (and they come in at just the right time) that we decide to feature them in our print publication, clutch, the bride’s guide to have and to hold. This is one such wedding! We can only devote two pages to our “everyday weddings”, so the blog is a perfect spot for showcasing the full photo gallery. Enjoy this wedding photographed by Crystal George Studios.
So lovely, retro and fun! The colors alone just make me happy. To view more of Crystal‘s work, just click here.
So, it’s true. If you can’t beat them, join them! And that’s just what your Lynchburg area wedding vendors did. We have a monthly get together for the purpose of camaraderie, keeping people in the know and networking, and we truly ADORE each other (and have a lot of fun!). I thought it would be great fun to do the Harlem Shake (ok, mostly because I’ve been dying to participate in one, and this seemed like the perfect opportunity!).
When I mentioned it to our group’s fearless leader, Kim of Capture.it Photography and Events, she was all over it … even calling in the costume collection of Aztec Rental (aren’t they great?) and the videography skills of our friend, Jeremiah of Stone Blue Productions. We literally SPRUNG this on everyone as most had no idea that they would be commandeered into donning crazy costumes AND dancing in front of a camera, but they were all good sports … SO fun!
Ok, without further due, take a peek at our Lynchburg Wedding Professional Networking Group’s version of the Harlem Shake, started off by local DJ, Wendell of Music, Music and More Music. So, turn up the volume and shake it (the Harlem way, of course!).
Marie Antoinette was fairly eccentric and is known for her playful ways. The time period she lived in was filled with high hairdos and impecable styling. The girls of the Marie photo shoot that was featured in our wedding issue of clutch may not be wearing wigs and lightening their skin, but their look is reminiscent of the time period … even when it comes to their slightly corseted waists. Enjoy a peek into the ladies of Marie Antoinette.