Cheryl Seidel, etiquette expert, and regular contributing writer for the Huffington Post, shares her expert advice on the do’s and don’t’s of destination weddings. Destination weddings have become increasingly popular and what’s not to love about combining a fun, memorable wedding with a fabulous honeymoon?! We’ve discovered several reasons that couples are choosing a destination wedding over a local wedding:

melina wallisch photography Melina Wallisch Photography

1. It’s easier. A destination wedding can be easy to plan. Many wedding planners specialize in destination weddings and can plan the entire weekend. Also, many venues have become wedding specialists, with full-service ceremony packages and on-site wedding coordinators to help plan the big day, which can help reduce wedding planning stress.

2. Ease any family issues. any problems can be solved with a destination wedding. Sometimes relationships are complicated and family situations may not be ideal. Also, if each set of parents has a different opinion about the style and location of the wedding, a destination wedding may be something to consider.

3. You can start the honeymoon early. Just arriving at your destination is sure to put you in a relaxed mood as the pre-wedding festivities begin. Many hotels offer automatic upgrades to the bride and groom on their wedding night, and you may be able to negotiate an extended minimoon at a reduced rate after the guests have gone home.

4. Enjoy quality time with loved ones. Destination weddings are a great excuse to plan an unforgettable family getaway to commemorate a very special occasion.

5. You’ll share a locale you love. Part of the joy of a destination wedding is showing off a place that has special meaning to you, be it bringing friends and family back to a beloved college campus, sharing where you took your first vacation as a couple or finally going to a locale you’ve always dreamed of visiting.

lake tahoe summer wedding Virgil Bunao Photography

Who Pays?

Whether you’re having your wedding on lush tropical island or at a secluded mountain hideaway- you may be wondering who covers certain expenses. Though the costs of destination weddings are shared in the same way as any other wedding, there are additional things to consider since there are added expenses such as transportation, meals, and accommodations that may not be part of a hometown wedding.

Wedding Expenses
Customarily, a wedding is paid for by the bride’s family and this practice can stand true for a destination wedding as well. But as you know, traditions are evolving and couples and their families are sharing expenses in a variety of ways. Before any planning is done, we recommend that the couple meet with all parties involved to determine exactly how costs will be divided.

Guests’ Expenses
It is the responsibility of your guests to pay for their lodging and transportation for a destination wedding. As soon as you have your date and location reserved, we suggest sending out “Save the Date” cards. Try to do this at least 6-9 months in advance and be sure to include information about the destination and hotel accommodations. This will give your guests plenty of time to plan their trip and will ensure they have the opportunity to get the best travel rates.

Furthermore, guests’ typically pay for their own meals during a destination wedding. In addition to the rehearsal dinner and wedding reception, we love the idea of hosting extra events such as a welcome dinner or farewell brunch. After all, your guests have likely traveled a long way and have invested time and money to celebrate with you!

When you mail out your wedding invitations, include information about all planned wedding events so guests know what activities are prearranged as well as which meals will be covered during their stay. You may want to consider adding these events to your response card so that your guests can RSVP for all events at one time.

Wedding Party’ Expenses
The wedding party’s expenses are shared in the same way for both hometown and destination weddings. Traditionally, attendants are responsible for their own transportation to the wedding as well as their wedding attire and accessories. It is the duty of the couple to cover the cost of accommodations for their wedding party. However, it seems that many couples today are expecting the attendants to pay for their own accommodations for a destination wedding. We feel this cost should be included in the wedding budget. Kindly take into consideration the travel expenses and be upfront with your attendants about the costs so there are no questions about who is paying for what. When you ask your bridesmaids or groomsmen to stand up with you, let them know the location of wedding, exact dates you’d like them there, and confirm which of the expenses you will be covering. And as we mentioned about the guests- if at all possible, help cover the cost of some of your attendant’s meals.

Lake Tahoe Riverfront Wedding Mike Larson Photography

Post was in collaboration with etiquette expert Cheryl Seidel of Registry Finder

Pin It

With a few close friends and family this sweet couple from Atlanta exchanged their wedding vows. The garden at the Hyatt Lake Tahoe in Incline Village was a perfect setting for this intimate ceremony, with the colorful autumn leaves and warm light. Captured by the talented  annie X photographie, this Lake Tahoe wedding ceremony is not to be missed.

Bland_Wood_annieXphotographie_anniexphotoKateandBrian465_low lake tahoe wedding lake tahoe wedding 1 lake tahoe wedding 3 Bland_Wood_annieXphotographie_anniexphotoKateandBrian069_low lake tahoe wedding ceremony Bland_Wood_annieXphotographie_anniexphotoKateandBrian255_low lake tahoe wedding 8 Bland_Wood_annieXphotographie_anniexphotoKateandBrian197_low lake tahoe wedding 4 lake tahoe wedding 5 lake tahoe wedding 6 lake tahoe wedding 7 Bland_Wood_annieXphotographie_anniexphotoKateandBrian559_low Bland_Wood_annieXphotographie_anniexphotoKateandBrian527_low

Lake Tahoe Wedding Vendors:
Photographer:  annie X photographie | Event Venue: Hyatt Lake Tahoe | Tuxedo and Mens Attire: JCrew | Officiant: Rev. David Beronio

Pin It

Sugar Bowl Resort, known for world-class skiing and nestled atop Donner Summit near Lake Tahoe, offers expansive views, private settings and a weekend destination wedding unlike any other. Not just for the avid skiers, Sugar Bowl is a Lake Tahoe wedding venue for any couple looking for a true mountain wedding. Accommodating weddings up to 500 guests, indoor and outdoor locations, three different sites and lodging for 80 people.

sugar-bowl-ski-resort-wedding-22 Photo: Mag & B Photography

Perched high atop Tahoe’s Donner Summit, Sugar Bowl Ski Resort has been a historic Tahoe destination since 1939. Known for world-class skiing and ample snowfall in the winter, Sugar Bowl is equally well known as a popular and attractive summer spot to host corporate outings, family reunions and of course memorable weddings, complete with world-class cuisine and gracious hospitality stemming from a guest-centric staff. Sugar Bowl offers alpine charm and first-rate service for your magical day.

Sugar-Bowl-ski-resort-wedding

Sugar Bowl’s historic lodge serves up a unique setting where the resort grounds can be all yours for an unforgettable private wedding. Sugar Bowl is known world-wide for its picturesque setting, gourmet food, imaginative menus and beautiful presentations. With accommodations for 80 people in the lodge and more available on-site and nearby, you’re sure to accommodate everyone comfortably for your special day.

sugar-bowl-ski-resort-wedding-7 Photo: Maya Myers Photography

Options are vast and varied for your ceremony and reception. The famous Sun Deck atop Mt. Disney, complete with breathtaking mountain vistas, glorious sunsets and a well-manicured lawn area for you and your guests to bask in the fresh, crisp alpine air, is a perfect choice for an on-mountain outing. For indoor receptions, you’ll find no finer than their Four Peaks Restaurant, where Executive Chef Al Davis and the rest of the staff work tirelessly and diligently to provide an outstanding menu and a wedding day that is uniquely yours. Lake Mary provides a unique, secluded private lake or ceremonies or parties, and the Judah Lodge serves up a modern banquet room for events and ceremonies on a grand scale

sugar-bowl-ski-resort-wedding-30 Photo: Mag & B Photography

From the moment you arrive at The Lodge at Sugar Bowl, you are greeted as guests to this amazing resort, and can anticipate the ultimate alpine experience. At Sugar Bowl, you and your special guests can choose accommodations ranging from slopeside hotel rooms to magnificent lofts, and from newly built condominium units to well-appointed suites with mountain views. Whatever your ideal accommodation, we’ve got it for you.

The friendly and experienced staff at Sugar Bowl will work with you to make sure your wedding day is uniquely yours, and utterly unforgettable. Their on-site Wedding Coordinator will provide personalized, detailed and professional service, complete with passionate attention to detail, ensuring all of your wedding wishes come true.

donner-lake-bridal-party-wedding-photography Photo: Doug Miranda

Pin It

Posted in Vendors | Leave a comment
Wanderlust Squaw Valley

The Lake Tahoe area is incredible on any given day of the year and yet the bar is raised even higher as Squaw Valley transforms into a haven for all things innovative, beautiful and fun in the world of mind/body wellness this July 20-23rd. Wanderlust, producers of the largest yoga lifestyle events in the world returns for an unforgettable, four-day retreat. Wanderlust Squaw Valley gathers a unique combination of yoga, music, speakers and outdoor adventure to create the ultimate restorative getaway.

A phenomenal lineup of some of the world’s most outstanding yoga teachers, musicians, meditation instructors and performing artists promise a transformative experience. Attendees can practice a smorgasbord of yoga styles (at all levels), outdoor activities such as hiking, nature runs, kayaking, paddle-boarding and mountain biking, and indulge in wine tastings and organic delicacies. This year’s epic roster includes:

YOGA

Experience top tier yoga classes taught by the world’s most sought after teachers: Gurmukh, Kathryn Budig, Seane Corn, Rod Stryker, Janet Stone, Adriene Mishler, Briohny Smith, Anne Marie Kramer, Dave Romanelli and more.

MEDITATION

Unplug and get centered with meditation classes from renowned teachers such as Davidji, Jennifer Partridge, Anand Mehrota, Priya Deepika Mohan and more.

NATURE

Outdoor enthusiasts of all ages will delight in the full range of adventurous activities from stand up paddle boarding, musical hikes and adventure runs, to outdoor meditations, kayaking and more. Our open “Uncommons” area will host an array of activities such as aerial yoga, acroyoga, hula hooping, slacklining and more.

FIND YOUR TRUE FORK

Presented by Tropicana Probiotics, Find Your True Fork is Wanderlust’s brand new interactive culinary stage where participants will experience hands-on how to make fresh and healthy dishes from top chefs and wellness experts. Kevin Callaghan will reveal how to think like a kitchen pro, Seamus Mullen will tell you how to balance the microbiome with delicious food, Jason Wrobel will give his top food hacks for busy people, and much more.

MUSIC

Get down with live performances featuring Lettuce’s sonic freedom, the R&B electric soul of Little Dragon, the soul-dipped bluegrass funk of Dustbowl Revival and many more.

TALKS

Attendees will be inspired by the Speakeasy series, a lecture program featuring today’s thought leaders: Dr. Betty Uribe will tell you how to get what you want—in an authentic way; musician and activist Madame Gandhi discusses what “the future is female” really means; business expert Michael Ellsberg will change the ways you think about money, wealth, and spending by investing in yourself—and more.

FOOD & WINE

The Farm to Table Dinner is a chef-crafted meal sourced from the freshest seasonal produce and locally farmed meats, which promises an incredible fine dining experience. At the Salt + Smoke BBQ, celebrate the best the South has to offer by dancing to live music, and savoring local BBQ (and veggie options) with all the fixings. Or, sample local and imported wine, beer, and libations, plus seasonal hors d’oeuvres at our Uncorked events, accompanied by live music, a bonfire and the setting sun.

Pin It

15 Lake Tahoe Wedding Ideas

beautiful-lake-tahoe-wedding-invitations-570x380

If you are planning a Lake Tahoe wedding, you have most definitely come to the right place! Lake Tahoe is one of the most popular destination wedding locations in the world and there are many reasons why. Lake Tahoe is mountainous and surrounded by beautiful lakes, trees, and breathtaking scenery. If you envision a destination wedding in the woods or in the mountains, Lake Tahoe is one incredible place to add to your list. Today we’re sharing a few of our favorite Lake Tahoe wedding ideas including invitations, outdoor games, decor, and more. Enjoy!

Lake Tahoe Wedding Ideas

1.  These Lake Tahoe wedding invitations from Wide Eyes Paper Co.

 

lake-tahoe-wedding-invitations-570x380 lake-tahoe-wedding-invitations-by-wideeyespaperco-570x491 lake-tahoe-wedding-invitations-by-wideeyespaperco-all-570x380

Check out our wedding invitation pinterest page for more ideas

 

2.  These laser cut, wooden save the dates from Bullfrog Laser Cut

d310094b5491162c3260fd54908a3d11

 

3. These adorably elegant wedding survival kits from Jenna Lam Events.

tahoe5

 

4. These cute hangover kits for the wedding party from Finch and Fox.

lake-tahoe-hangover-kit-for-wedding-party-570x459

 

5.  This sign is a perfect photo prop for your save the dates! By Heartcrafted Co.

see-you-in-lake-tahoe-photo-prop-by-heartcrafted-co-570x380

 

6. These Tahoe heart canvas wedding welcome bags from Jenna Lam Events.

pspaperwelcomebags

 

7. These incredible Lake Tahoe wedding programs from Wide Eyes Paper Co.

lake-tahoe-wedding-programs-by-wide-eyes-paper-co-570x838

 

8. These Lake Tahoe wedding favor bags from Finch and Fox.

lake-tahoe-wedding-favor-bags-570x458

 

9. These bottle openers. Perfect as groomsmen gifts or wedding favors. By Iron Maid Art.

lake-tahoe-bottle-opener-570x443

 

10. This corn hole game from colorado joe’s

lake-tahoe-cornhole-game-570x520

 

11. This cute pillow from Eko Kreations. Sew a small ribbon to the side and use as your ring pillow. After the wedding, use as a throw pillow in your living room.

eko kreations

 

12. This Lake Tahoe guest book from Compass Rose Studio.

lake-tahoe-wedding-guest-book-570x456

 

13. This cool 3D map art for decoration from Origin Artwork.

3d-wood-map-of-lake-tahoe-by-OriginArtwork-570x380

 

14. These cool custom water bottles for favors (or wedding party gifts). By Wide Eyes Paper Co.

lake-tahoe-water-bottles-570x855

 

15. These eco-friendly, hand embroidered napkins. Can be used as napkins at dinner and as favors. By Eko Kreations.

Eko-Kreations-1

See also: our Lake Tahoe wedding pinterest board and our Lake Tahoe pinterest board

Pin It

Roses and peonies may be the most popular flowers for wedding centerpieces, but did you know that they pair well with exotic blooms such as protea and air plants? Whether you’re a seasoned florist, or a DIY bride, you can never run out of ideas for creative floral pairings.

 

hero-wedding-centerpieces-720x549

 

Luckily, these 7 wedding centerpiece ideas, inspired by themed color palettes, will help you choose the perfect flowers and colors for your Lake Tahoe wedding. From stylish and feminine, to wild and rustic, we’ve included mood boards that feature the unique flowers that are included within each centerpiece so that you can easily recreate them. You’ll be sure to get inspired by these unique wedding centerpiece ideas and find a style that will suit the theme of your wedding!

 

wedding-centerpiece51

This tablescape utilizes natural elements like geodes, quartz, and reclaimed wood, blending neutral colors with the soft pinks and greens of the centerpieces. These wedding centerpieces were designed by Arrangements Design and photographed by Katie McGihon. They consist of garden roses, protea, dusty miller, kangaroo paw, and air plants.

  • Protea – Protea, also known as sugarbushes, are tropical flowers that are native to South Africa. There are over 2000 species of these flowers, which are known for their large, dome-like center with surrounding spiky, colorful petals.
  • Kangaroo Paw – The fine hairs that surround kangaroo paw flowers give them their pollen-like appearance. These flowers are native to Africa, and they grow in a variety of colors including black, red, yellow, and orange.
  • Air Plants – Air plants are great for warm weather weddings because they can withstand heat and do not need to be kept in water. Because of this they can easily be placed around the centerpieces or be incorporated into table settings as well.

wedding-centerpiece21

This beautiful whites and succulents centerpiece came together nicely to grace the tables of a gorgeous outdoor spring wedding. The wide-lipped vase allows the lush flowers to showcase their natural volume and texture, creating a cylindrical centerpiece that mimics the the shape of the most prominent flowers — dahlias, lisianthus, and roses.

The collaboration between photographer The Big Affair, event planner LVL Weddings, and floral designer Florals by Jenny really helped this wedding centerpiece compliment and enhance the clean tablescape. This centerpiece consists of English roses, succulents, dahlias, lisianthus, dusty miller, passion fruit vine, snow on the mountain, and eucalyptus.

  • English Roses – English roses, also known as David Austin roses, are famous for their pleasant fragrance, repeat flowering capability, and wide range of colors. Their flowers have a cupped shape and many petals. They grow best in hardiness zones 5 through 10.
  • Succulents – Succulents are available year-round, but are an especially good addition to warm weather weddings because they can stand heat well and won’t wilt. Their soft greens, blues, and greys are great accents to light-colored centerpieces like the one above.
  • Dahlias – Dahlias can be used to add texture to a bouquet because of their many small, rounded petals. These flowers bloom in mid-summer, and will continue to bloom into the fall until the weather gets cold.
  • Lisianthus – Lisianthus flowers are great for centerpieces because of their long lifespan as cut flowers — many can last in a vase for two to three weeks. Their loose, ruffled petals are a welcome contrast to more structured flowers like dahlias.
  • Dusty Miller – Dusty miller can grow year-round in hardiness zones 7-10. It produces yellow flowers during the summer, though people are often most interested in its lacey, silvery foliage, which is commonly used in bouquets and centerpieces.
  • Passion Fruit Vine – The passion fruit vine is a unique addition to the centerpiece above. It grows best in subtropical environments, and produces aromatic purple or yellow fruits. The vines grow quickly and should be guided along a fence or trestle.
  • Eucalyptus – Eucalyptus’ long stems and many leaves are a great way to add depth to your centerpiece. The trees grow quickly, and are hardy and adaptive. Most species are evergreen, making them a good filler for bouquets and centerpieces year-round.

wedding-centerpiece61

This rustic wedding used the deep purple and pink centerpieces to play up the natural brown tones of the table and gold accents of the glassware. The vases in varying heights gave the table some variation, while still keeping a consistent aesthetic. Each centerpiece was designed with care by Marie Floral Stylist and photographed by Gaile Deoso of Wanderlust Creatives.

The centerpieces consist of carnations, spray roses, kale flower, eucalyptus, statice, veronicas, dianthus, and amaranthus.

  • Carnations – Carnations are great flowers for centerpieces because of their long life as cut flowers, usually two to three weeks, and their vast color assortment. Red and pink carnations symbolize love and admiration, making them fitting for a wedding.
  • Spray Roses – Spray roses usually have smaller blooms than typical roses, making them a good accent flower for centerpieces. Because they grow from small stems attached to one large stem, they’re often used for boutonnieres and corsages as well.
  • Kale Flower – Ornamental kale plants, which cannot be eaten, are grown for the vivid color of their ruffled leaves. For optimal color, they must be grown in cool weather and kept well watered. They grow best in spring or fall in hardiness zones 2-11.
  • Statice – Statice are used on both fresh and dried floral arrangements. They begin blooming in summer, and bloom into fall. Statice are relatively easy to grow because they are hardy plants that are drought tolerant and deer resistant.
  • Veronicas – Veronicas are known for their narrow, spiky shape. They have a long bloom time — six to eight weeks — and bloom throughout the summer. They’re also known as speedwell, and known for their vivid blues and purples.
  • Green Trick Dianthus – Green trick dianthus is a unique flower that has a fuzzy, globe-like appearance. It was bred in Japan, and is relatively new to the cut flower market, but works well in bouquets and centerpieces because of its long vase life.
  • Cascading Amaranthus – Amaranthus is known for its elegant appearance and vibrant color, which remains even when the plant is dried. It does best in warm weather and is drought tolerant.

wedding-centerpiece71

This pink and white centerpiece adds a soft touch of color to the white tablescape. The low, wooden box allows the flowers to come to life, while subtly complementing the curly willow branches.

This beautiful wedding was put together by Couture Events. The centerpiece was arranged by Stephanie Grace Design and captured by One Love Photography. It consists of hydrangeas, roses, curly willow, and snow on the mountain.

  • Snow on the Mountain – Snow on the mountain is known for its showy leaves, which have white accents. The leaves are often used as fillers in centerpieces because of their unique appearance. This plant grows best in hardiness zones 3 through 9.
  • Curly Willow – Curly willow, or corkscrew willow, is known for its curling branches, which are available year-round. These trees grow best in hardiness zones 4 through 8, and produce beautiful buds in the spring.

wedding-centerpiece11

This summer brights wedding centerpiece steals the show, adding a welcome pop of color to the white tablescape. Foster’s Flower Shop strategically incorporates pinks, oranges, yellows, greens, and purples, to beautifully showcase the colors of the season.

The centerpiece was perfectly captured by Tina Jay Photography, and is made up of hydrangea, garden roses, ginestra, anemone, ranunculus, tulips, clematis, and dahlia.

  • Ranunculus – Ranunculus are popular for their bright blooms and delicate, layered petals. They do best in hardiness zones 8 to 10, and bloom in the summer. They’re great for adding texture to a bouquet or centerpiece, though they only last about a week as cut flowers.
  • Tulips – Tulips are popular because of their unique shape and wide variety of colors, from bright reds and yellows to nearly black purples. They bloom from spring into early summer. Red tulips are great for weddings because they symbolize true love.
  • Clematis – The Jackman clematis is the most popular type in North America. The flowers grow on a vine and bloom in mid to late summer. These purple blossoms do best in hardiness zones 4 to 8, and can grow in full sun to partial shade.
  • Hydrangeas – Hydrangeas are great statement flowers because of their voluminous, round clusters of blooms. They bloom from summer into fall in shades of white, pink, purple, and blue. For some species, the color is determined by the pH of the soil.
  • Garden roses – There are two types of garden roses — Modern Garden Roses and Old Garden Roses. Modern Garden Roses are the most common. They bloom continuously and have a long vase life, making them good for centerpieces.
  • Ginestra – Ginestra are great accent flowers, because of their many tiny buds attached to a long stem. They are known for their strong, sweet fragrance and typically come in shades of pink, purple, yellow, and white.
  • Anemone – There are many species of anemone, which are also known as windflowers. The fall blooming varieties are taller with cup-shaped blossoms, while the spring blooming varieties grow lower to the ground. They grow in a variety of colors including pink, red, purple, and white.

Blog Post in Collaboration with FTD

Pin It

The bride and groom’s chairs can be an eye-catching decoration. We are loving everything from wooden signs to flowers and ivy. Some couples choose to go with formal decor and others decide on a more casual and fun look. You can easily make or order special order these decorations for your Lake Tahoe wedding. Here are some of our favorite signs for the new Mr. and Mrs.

Chairs 1
Kurt Boomer // Brides
Chairs 2
Deer Pearl Flowers // My Wedding
Chairs 3
Green Wedding Shoes // Mrs. to Be
Chairs 4
Woven // Nouba

Pin It

Blair Nadeau Millinery 2017 Collection

We are in love with Blair Nadeau and her stunning new collection of hair accessories and bridal adornments ‘Celestial Wanderer’. An exquisite range inspired by yesteryear but created for today’s modern brides, featuring modern rose-gold headpieces, heavenly vintage veils, divine statement necklaces & shoulder adornments, garters so beautiful you won’t want to take them off and even a few deliciously alternative black creations.

Blair-Nadeaus-2017-Bridal-Adornment-Collection

The shoot is, if possible, almost as beautiful as the pieces themselves! Full of natural light with an ethereal almost Edwardian feel, it is full of romance, and the fine art photography of Whitney Heard is just flawless. Ladies you will most definitely want your pinning finger ready before scrolling any further…..

1-Eve 2-Bianca-Elsie

Each piece is designed and created by Blair herself in her Toronto design studio to maintain the highest level of quality and craftsmanship possible, creating heirloom quality bridal art that can be passed down for generations to come.

Established in 2009, Blair Nadeau uses traditional techniques applied in a modern fashion to create timeless pieces. And when you see them, it will come as little surprise to learn that her designs have, over the last 8 years since launching, been worn by celebrities, featured in Vogue, graced the covers of numerous magazines, appeared on countless top wedding blogs and are regularly worn on the hit television show REIGN! So, if you weren’t familiar with Blair’s name before, you surely will be after seeing this vision of bridal perfection!

3-Maeve 3-Regal-Aria 23-Juniper

“Upon designing this collection, we discovered ourselves. Our history, our past and our future. As we gaze off into the stars, it is our wish that each of our brides can also discover themselves in our adornments and look forward towards their own future with warmth, love and discovery.”

3b-Aure-Regal 5-Fawn-Flora 6-Fawn-2 8-Layla-Isadora 7-Priscilla 9-Zoe 10-Delia

“Recently, a dear friend discovered her roots again after a pilgrimage of sorts to her home country of the Ukraine. She brought back spoils and riches from her culture, traditional dress and craft, and it inspired us.

We saw the love in her eyes as she spoke of her history, the warmth in the textiles she held tight in her hands and the pride she had for a home she never truly knew until now. We saw in her smile, that there was a world of love out there dedicated to their craft, their textiles and their treasures and we wanted to embody that love for home in our 2017 collection.”

11-Larissa-2 12-Indigo-Lucinda 13-Linden 14-Millie 17-Etta

“We truly scoured the world to find these inspired riches and transform them into little works of art. Rich golds, blackened silvers and antiqued rose golds warm the palette. Dark rich ebony fit for royalty creates a sense of intrigue. The softest tulles from Scotland create cascading flowing veils edged with embroidery and corded lace from Latvia, shrouded in mystery.”

19-Bryn-2 20-Bryn-Liza 21-Olive 22-Bella 15-Rosemary

 

Bridal Accessories & Adornments: Blair Nadeau | Photography: Whitney Heard | Makeup: Maya Goldenberg | Hair: Ladylyn Gool | Wedding Dresses: Catherine Langlois | Florals: Living Fresh | Model: Ivy from Lang Models | Venue: Peter House Photo Studio 

Pin It