I think this is my new all time favorite wedding, photographed by my new photography crush, Our Labor Of Love
, in Atlanta. I really hope that at the end of all this planning, we are able to pull together a wedding this personal, stylish, and authentic. And yes, affordable.
Let me count the ways I love this wedding:
The bride made her super stylish dress (this dress makes me want to shelve all my lace ideas and do something like this). Continue reading Merry & Mark
This lovely and simple at home wedding was sent to me by the fabulous bay area photographer Loren Weltsch
. I think this wedding is a great example of how the wedding ceremony and celebration itself have a beauty that shines through when you strip it down to it's elegant essence. Here are the details Loren sent:
Continue reading Kathryn & Hugo’s Jewish and Mexican At Home Wedding
I've been inundating you with reader weddings of late, but I have so many good ones! Keep them coming. It's such a honor to get to share them with you all.
This uber-practical reader wedding involved the couple's children, a passel of adorable babies, and some of the hippest trends around. Krystal and Patrick got Weddinged
at a 'Happily Ever After Party' at their home in Santa Cruz, after marrying last year at Patrick's parents home.
Continue reading Krystal & Patrick’s Happily Ever After Party
Awhile back, I blogged about an adorable bride brushing her teeth
post wedding and looking blissed out, and then I blogged about these great conceptual invites
for a at-home wedding. And then I found out they were both from the same wedding. Ah!
I promised you I'd do my very best to get more pictures of this wedding. So I'm very excited to get to share Emma and Mike's at-home wedding. I love this wedding. Something about a wedding taking place at home is so personal and also somehow so old fashioned, in the very best sense of the word. This wedding is told so much better through pictures that I'm going to let them tell the story: Continue reading Emma & Mike’s At Home Wedding
I've been excited about this wedding for ages and ages, and I'm so excited that I get to share it with you. Kayla emailed me a while back telling me about her wedding, and asking if I thought they could have people stand during the short ceremony. "Of course!" I said. "Provide a few chairs for people that need them, and keep it short, but other than that, standing is the old school Jewish way. So know you're rocking a tradition, even if it's not your own." And now, the wedding. Kayla and Wesley are editors at Apartment Therapy Boston
(the worlds hippest job, if you ask me) and they got married in New Hampshire in October. I'm going to let them tell you all about their amazing fall wedding.
Continue reading Kayla and Wesley’s Fall New England Wedding