This week’s Real Wedding is the beautiful celebration of Mary and Andreas which took place at Casa Tortuga in San Pedro, and Ambergris Caye in Belize.
Mary and Andreas met while she was traveling in Thailand. He was her diving instructor. So they held the wedding in Belize to capture their love found deep at sea – complete with recycled driftwood, sea turtles, and diving during the week getaway.
This week’s Real Wedding is the beautiful destination wedding celebration of Ann and Joe, held at Beaches Resort in Negril, Jamaica. The couple shared a week with 40 of their family and friends that flew in from all over the world to help them celebrate. Their wedding included many DIY elements that the couple made like the arch for the ceremony, aisle markers, girls bouquets, shell ring holders, favor tags for the fedoras, sweetheart table, and coral chevron table runner.
The couples wedding day started off with thunder and lightning, but quickly cleared up before the ceremony, which made for some beautiful Caribbean sunset photos.
This week’s Real Wedding is the beautiful celebration of Amanda and Brett, held at Edgewood Tahoe, Lake Tahoe, CA. The couple met while working for the San Jose Sharks hockey team, and as a gift they received a signed jersey from all the players and coaches.
Following our Pantone Celosia Orange inspiration board, we’re dreaming up new ways to incorporate this peachy hue into future spring weddings. When planning your wedding, consider using pops of Celosia Orange in your wedding bouquet or decor details. Consider incorporating a palette of sherbet hues to pull the whole theme together for a truly elegant affair.
Following our destination wedding theme, this week’s wedding stationery roundup is ready for takeoff! Whether you’re headed to an exotic seaside location or a mountain excursion, a destination wedding offers a bride plenty of opportunities to incorporate the theme into her big day. Remember to begin the planning process early and send out your invites with plenty of time to spare since guests may be traveling to your wedding location.
In today’s wedding world, many couples are opting for a destination wedding rather than a traditional celebration. Whether you imagine white sand beaches or gorgeous mountains, the options for destination wedding locations are seemingly endless. Get your special guests excited for your big day with map-themed save the date cards or beach inspired wedding invitations.
If you are traveling for your wedding ceremony, consider simple wedding decor ideas. Let the location speak for itself and incorporate small details such as starfish, shells or paper lanterns for a picture-perfect wedding day.
This week’s Real Wedding is the beautiful celebration of Heather and Will, held at Longboat Key Club & Resort in Longboat Key, Florida. They held a tying the knot ceremony instead of the traditional sand or candle lighting. Both of their moms carried a nautical rope down the ceremony isle as a symbol of their two families coming together. During the ceremony they tied the knot into a fisherman’s knot, which is the strongest knot and gets tighter when pulled. The couple plans to display the rope in their home.
“Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still.” -Dorothea Lang
Inspired by the current picture perfect trend, this week’s stationery roundup features a few of our favorite photo options. Whether you’re looking for unique save the date cards or a modern twist for your wedding invitations, photo cards are perfect for the bride who’s looking to let her personality shine through on her big day.
This week’s wedding stationery roundup is heading to the beach. Whether in your hometown or at a far-off destination, a beach wedding offers a bride plenty of opportunities to incorporate the theme into her special day. Get your guests in relaxation mode right from the start with fun save the date cards that reflect a beach style. Think seashells and sand!
If you and your guests will be traveling for your wedding ceremony, map-themed wedding invitations and matching response cards are a great choice. Or, kick off a destination wedding with airline ticket wedding invitations - a fun touch that turns an invitation into an experience.