Summer is finally here, and we are soaking up all of the beautiful colors in this vibrant styled shoot! If you love a splash of color in your decor, then you’ll love this watercolor wedding. Inspired by our popular invitation suite, these talented photographers had fun playing with an array of pink and orange hues. You’ll even find a few pops of yellow, which perfectly completes this look.
If you enjoy the fluid and elegant nature of watercolors, explore this invitation suite for your own big day. From the wedding cake to the flower bouquets, you’ll find ways to incorporate this unique theme all through out your special day.
This week’s Real Wedding is the beautiful celebration of Rondi and Aaron, that took place at Five Palms Beach Grill, on Keawakapu Beach in Maui, Hawaii. The couple described the day as, “PERFECT and it wouldn’t have happened without our dream team of creative folks, all of whom were close friends or family that traveled to Maui with us including the photographers, videographer, musician, and pastor.”
If you’re planning an end of Summer wedding, Pantone Sangria might be just the color for you. We love the pairing of this exotic deep pink with bright orange blooms and gold accents, as seen in our Vibrant Blossoms invite below.
This week’s Real Wedding is the beautiful celebration of Michelle and Heart, held Putah Creek Lodge in the UC Davis Arboretum, Davis, CA. Since the groom is a student and the bride is an employee of UC Davis, they decided to celebrate all things Davis on their special day, including renting the vintage double-decker bus from the campus, using the Davis pedi-cab as their getaway “car” and hiring the Cal Aggie Band-Uh Marching Band to surprise everyone (including the groom) mid-ceremony right after the pronouncement.
This week’s Real Wedding is the beautiful celebration of Stacey & Matt, held at Holy Cross Hungarian Roman Catholic Church in Detroit, MI. The reception was held at St. Mary’s Cultural & Banquet Center.
Stacey is 5’3″, likes exercising for the purpose of being able to eat more later, and enjoys electric heater-side chats that don’t make you smell smoky like fire does. She has a Ph.D. in Instructional Technology, has completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Michigan, and currently resides in the greater Los Angeles area where she is completing a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Southern California. She enjoys pointing out how much nicer the weather is in California compared to Michigan.
Matt (Nickname Nemo) is 6’7″, loves being asked about his height and affinity for playing basketball, ducking doorways, and getting things for others off of high shelves. He also loves sarcasm. Nemo currently is a physical therapist at All-Pro Physical Therapy in Livonia, MI, by day, and crime fighter at night (when he doesn’t fall asleep on the couch too early while watching The Walking Dead).
They met like any normal, common couple meets: in a cold, damp room in the basement of Scott hall – the air filled with the sweet scent of formaldehyde – over cadavers in anatomy lab of the Wayne State University Physical Therapy program.