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Summer Chic Meets Glam Styled Shoot

Story and photos by Sunshine’s Photography By Yours Truly Events and Designs created a crisp, classic look for our Summer Chic Meets Glam styled shoot. The white linen pairs perfect with the lush greenery on the tables. This luxury styled shoot brings chic, clean whites, full of greenery with a touch of soft pinks. We teamed up with As One Bridal, Beauty by Shantika, and Suit Yourself Clothing & Custom Apparel to create a soft and exquisite look for our couple! The tablescapes designed by By Yours Truly Events & Design were draped with white linen contrasted with white and green napkins over classic white and gold charger plates which outlined our striking menu cards created by LMH Stationery & Designs, LLC. The striking emerald green sofa provided by Bees Vintage rental brought the perfect contrast!  JW Bartending designed a …

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Midwestern Tuscan Wedding Inspiration

Photos captured by On Faith Photography Story submitted by Moonstruck Event Management The inspiration for this shoot brought two distinct styles together: the soul of Tuscany with the elegance of old-world style, offering a color palette of muted tones and intense pops of color. The Midwest complements the Tuscan charm with fields of green and the organic palette of pristine nature at a real working Ranch. The elegance, depth, and splendor which brought together the history-filled landscape with the elemental charm of a faraway region, captured the true beauty of nature in creating a “Midwest Tuscan Tale.” A classic and free-spirited bride even the wind failed to keep up with, was swept away to the love of her life in the midwestern breeze. It is magical moments such as these that lend themselves to a union where love creates the …

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Chic Farmhouse Elopement

Story and photos by Hope Ballenger Photography This couple thought outside of the box and took a wider perspective, pivoting between quintessential and uncommon novel design. They scraped tradition and put a unique spin on a chic and intimate farmhouse wedding; with clean lines, simplistically elegant pastels, and the Pantone C.O.T.Y. “Classic Blue.”

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Enjoy Centre Hindu Wedding: Mithra & Kunal

When you have a big wedding you need big venues! Mithra & Kunal tied the knot first at the Enjoy Centre with a Hindu wedding ceremony, and then with a glamorous reception at the Edmonton Convention Centre. Everything about this wedding was colorful and bright and fun – much like the personalities of the couple! Every time we talked about wedding plans we ended up laughing and chatting. Even with all of the moving parts of a multi-day Indian wedding, these two kept their cool. A few highlights include a flash mob dance performance at the end of the reception, and Mithra’s niece arriving on the scene in a remote control car. Just so adorable!

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Curvy Tattooed Bride in Baltimore City

Story and photos by Megapixels Media Not only did we focus on a bold color science but we also played with different textures. Habitats venue has a beautiful dark wooden floor and white brick walls that we accented with black paint splattered balloons. Large potted tropical plants also decorated the venue along with authentic floral arrangements by The Rogue Petal Co. The couple’s outfits were also carefully chosen for this shoot. the Groom wore an emerald tailor-made suit from Shaw’s Covenant with gold accents and inserts. The Bride wore a lustrous white gown from Garnish Boutique and a custom crystal crown by Bridal Styles Boutique. She also wore hand made jewelry and hair accessories from J’adorn and a Ruby ring flanked by 2-carat pear diamonds. Our table was decorated by Aeboni of Plan Accordingly Events and highlighted with healing crystals …

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DIY Boho Backyard Wedding: Chelsea & Brad

Story and photos by Dani Nicole Photography  This was another one of my COVID affected couples who decided to turn the lemons life handed them into celebratory lemonade. They rescheduled their big wedding to the fall, but wanted to still get married on their original wedding date, so over the course of a few weeks, they planned an intimate gathering that turned out to be simply breathtaking. In the backyard of Brad’s cousin’s (the officiant) townhome, Chelsea set up a DIY ceremony area lush with pampas grasses, white ceramic vases, and candles, and created a modest boutonniere for her groom. They draped gauze fabric over copper rods and borrowed a large area rug from the neighbor. Set against a sprawling ivy-covered brick wall in soft filtered sunlight, it was the perfect area to exchange vows. Speaking of that rug-lending neighbor …

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