I was interviewed for Wedding Lovely! Check out the feature including tips, my favorite part of a wedding day and my dream wedding to photograph–hint–it’s for fictional characters.
Big thanks to the team at Wedding Lovely and especially to Jani Elmore.
The wonderfully talented Coordinated to Perfection brought together an amazing team to create a pink, art deco, modern style perfect for a spring wedding! Working with all these talented professionals made me so inspired and so excited to share this special sneak peek!
More photos coming soon including a gorgeous table scape, bridesmaid style, gold cake pops, deco invitation and more!
Thank you so much to the incredible team:
Venue: 501 Union
Wedding Coordinator: Coordinated to Perfection
Flower and Event Design: Bastille Flowers & Events
Makeup: Face the Day
Hair Stylist: Lawanda Pierre
Stationary: Royale Amethyst
Fashion Stylist: Vainglorious Brides
Cakes Pops: Cakes Jagla
Jewelry: Madison Gems
Table Numbers and Decals: LBV designs
Pillows: Starling on Bond
Metallic Tattoos: Jewel Tats
Linens: BBJ Linen
Dresses: Jean-Ralph Thurin
Brides Shoes: Brian Atwood
Black Feather Hairpiece: Olivia Headpieces
Models: Carly Beck and Jilian Tayeh
Videography: NST Pictures
Photography: Jessica Schmitt Photography
I’m so excited to share a special feature on Style Me Pretty today! Cathy and Adrian’s elegant, urban, fun, beautiful wedding highlights the incredible 501 Union space in Brooklyn, fuschia pink and purple flowers, photos along the Gowanus Canal, a BBQ and Waffles station and an amazing party!
Valentine’s Day is coming up on February 14th. Let’s celebrate with flowers! I pulled together some of my favorite wedding flower photos from last year. Enjoy!
Purple and magenta bouquets by Seaport Flowers.
Unique organic bouquet of pinks, peaches, and oranges by Karma Flowers.
Wildflower boutonniere by Bayview Florist Event and Montage.
Sunflower bouquets with small pops of purple by Roots Flowers and Treasures.
Autumnal mixed bouquet by Little House of Flowers.
Berry boutonniere by Carla Jones.
Winter bouquets with lamb’s ear by Kelly Garson, Whole Foods Florist.
Many flowers have a symbolic meaning that stems from the Victorian era.
Hydrangeas symbolize heartfelt emotions.
Bird of Paradise symbolizes joyfulness and indicates exciting and wonderful anticipation.
The orchid is a symbol of exotic beauty, refinement, thoughtfulness and mature charm.
Peonies symbolize bashfulness and compassion, a happy life, happy marriage, good health and prosperity.
Sunflowers are symbols of adoration and dedication, often expressing dedicated love.
Happy almost Valentine’s Day!