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Real Wedding {Beer inspired Vineyard Wedding}

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When Braedon (as in Braedon photography) sent over these gorgeous shots of this wedding he shot recently I was jumping up and down. I could not wait to share!

The Vintage Ranch in Paso Robles was just stunning, and gave the wedding that backyard feel I just abosolutely adore!

I can’t get enough of this wine country beauty!! So romantic!

This beer loving couple, incorporated the on trend beverage into the centerpieces, escort cards, and drinks of course. The groom brews his own beer, and the couple spent their honeymoon touring beer specific regions! How great is that?

The oh so fabulous Enjoy Cupcakes was there providing their mouthwatering delights in their too cute for words vintage Shasta trailer!

I love the rustic fabulousness of the venue! and the sense of humor of the couple!

Such a fun wedding! Thanks so much Braedon for sharing your gorgeous photos!

Details {Photography : Braedon Photography //  Venue : The Vintage Ranch // Dress : Two by Rosa Clara from The White Dress //  Hair & Makeup : Twist Studio Spa // Hair piece : Portobello // Floral Design : Julia’s Flowers // Cake : Enjoy Cupcakes // Day of Coordinator Amber Summers of Sparrow Designs}

 

 

Vintage Chic Bridal Shower

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Love love love this vintage lace themed bridal shower that the oh so talented Courtney of Flourish sent over. I adore serving soup in vintage teacups, and all the fabulous vintage finds… These amazing photos are by the adorable husband wife duo of Vasquez Photography

How fun is that vintage door with chalkboard detail!?

So loving every detail of this vintage inspired bridal shower. Thank you so much Courtney for sharing your gorgeous work!

Photos by Vasquez Photography.  //  Styling by Flourish.

Real Wedding {Kellie & Jayme}

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When Braedon of Braedon Photography sent over these gorgeous shots from a recent wedding in Sonoma I could not wait to share. From the absolutely stunning couple, to the gorgeous florals, and the breathtaking scenery, this is a wedding to remember…

I adore the pretty pale pink color palette, and the sophisticated vibe of this vineyard wedding.

I love the unique table numbers and the mr. and mrs. silverware is to die for!

The wedding was at Viansa Winery, what a gorgeous spot for a wedding! Thanks Braedon for sharing your gorgeous photos!

Real Wedding {Molly + Max}

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I am so excited to share this real wedding with you guys. It is such a true romance, and the DIY details are the perfect reflection of the bride and groom. The gorgeous photos were captured by Braedon Photography.

This wedding is so unique, from the venue (a Boy Scout camp), to the moccasins the bride wore. Picnic inspired decor complete with vintage sheets and table cloths to cover the tables and a subtle Native American vibe.

I love when Molly talks about how the children at the wedding walked down the aisle holding hands and yelling “the bride is coming the bride is coming!”. How adorable right!?

We had the pleasure of creating the paper goods for Molly + Max’s wedding. Tune in tomorrow for the full stationery reveal! Thanks Braedon for sharing these gorgeous photos with us!

For more details on the wedding check out this fabulous post on Once Wed.

Photography: Braedon Photography // Venue: Irvine Ranch Outdoor Education Center // Invitations: Wiley Valentine // Wedding Dress: Willow & Clay  available at Nordstrom // Makeup by Amie E. Smith // Moccasins : Urban Outfitters // Headpiece: Moorea Seal // Groom Suit: Banana Republic (pants), J.Crew (jacket), Johnston & Murphy (shoes), Urban Outfitters (shirt), Geoffrey Beene (suspenders) // Cinematography: McDuff Productions (no website yet) // Event Planner: My mom // Floral Design: Wendy Wiley Turney (best friend’s mom) // Music: Our mix // Catering: Hector Velez (Max’s brother-in-law’s dad and also the full time chef at our wedding venue)

Real Wedding {Jacqui + Amir}

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I am so excited to share this wedding with you today. We had the pleasure of working with Jacqui and Amir on their fabulous paper items and I always get so excited to see how the wedding turns out. They had fabulous Erin Hearts Court photograph the event, and the pictures do not disappoint!

I love all the personal touches like the grooms superhero cufflinks, and argyle socks.

I love the bridesmaid dresses! And the cake completely matches the invitations, wait until you see!!

The florals were stunning, as was the bride. Can you even handle that dress!? Sigh.

I love how the candy bar turned out. You can see the escort cards we did above. But wait until you see the invitations we did…revealed tomorrow! Stay tuned! Thanks Courtney for letting me share your gorgeous photos! You can also see more of this wedding on Style Me Pretty.

Real Wedding {christiana + trevor}

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I thought I would share a few images of the wedding we attended a few weekends ago in Key West. Every detail was a perfect reflection of the couple, and I just love when this happens! It makes everything so meaningful and fun.

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I loved the little touches like the monogrammed sleeves on the groomsmen on their color appropriate purple shirts.

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You saw the invitations and paper goodies we created for the couple, but here is the programs and the CD design. Music is very important to the couple so a wedding mix was the perfect favor! They were a huge hit with the guests!

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The escort cards were clipped on by DIY clothespins covered with vintage postcards. Along with the escort cards each couple received a hand written note by the bride and groom, which I thought was such a nice touch.

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Other fun touches included food stations like a mac and cheese bar, fish taco station and a milk and cookies bar! The location of this wedding, Southernmost House, Key West, really added to the charm of the wedding. It was a fabulous location!

Real Wedding {doug + laura} part II

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As promised here are the amazing reception details from the backyard wedding that took place at Emily’s mom’s house and shot by Studio EMP.

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Details like the vintage chandeliers hanging from tree tops, to a dining room brought outdoors, I just can’t get enough of this wedding! Check out the mix match vintage chairs for the bride and groom at the head table. And they used scrabble to spell out the table names? So cute!

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I absolutely love the way the food was served. It really gives it an at home feel but with an elevated level of chicness! Brilliant. The food was created by Suzanne’s Catering. All of these gorgeous vintage props and furniture were from the one and only Jeni of Found Vintage Rentals. Gorgeous work guys! Thanks so much Studio EMP for sharing your beautiful photos.

Real Wedding {Brandi + Lee}

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I was so excited when the very talented Melanie from she-n-he photography sent over this gorgeous wedding. The setting is a dream venue, Barr Mansion. It’s magical! Take a look.

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The couple met in culinary school and their use of food as decor was just perfect! I am working with a couple right now that might just adore this idea. They used fresh vegetables and citrus to pin escort cards to. Then the each food was cleverly arranged on it’s corresponding table.

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They also hand made favors which included a collection of the couple’s favorite recipes. What a great gift! And so appropriate for this couple!

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The cake is just stunning! The florals, food and cake were all done by Abby Daigle at Barr Mansion. Thank you she-n-he photography for sharing this stunning wedding with us! So inspired!

Court + Adam {Save the Dates}

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Remember this inspiration board? Well as promised here are the results of the save the dates.

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They perfectly reflect Adam and Courtney as a couple. Fun, playful, colorful! Their photo booth pictures are so adorable. And the inclusion of the US and Australia silhouettes reflects their home countries and helps hint at their story. I can’t wait to show you the invitations. We are just beginning those now! Enjoy!