Sandy and Shawn’s wedding was at a beautiful Victorian bed and breakfast in Cape May. The couple had a fun and memorable day surrounded by family and friends. They had a purple motif that went well with the Victorian venue and elegant setup. I truly adore Sandy’s bouquet – composed of pink and vibrant purple flowers that surely catch your attention. And, of course, the beautiful bride looked stunning in her A-line lace and satin wedding dress – absolutely breathtaking!
When you both crave and live for an adventure, it is only apt for your wedding to be non-traditional – the outdoors. I love how the nature’s lush made to be part in this wedding, the tall trees, and green grass were already a perfect “decor” or backdrop. While looking at Molly and Brandon’s wedding all I can think about is how seemingly lovely everything was. They cleverly thought that the perfect motif to go for would be red since it is an excellent contrast to the nature’s color. And though the reception was indoors they put wildflowers in vases as centerpieces to still give that outdoorsy vibe.
As a future bride, there’s no doubt you’ve thumbed through all the magazines and visited all the best wedding websites. You know the trends, including what’s hot and what’s not. Today we’re taking a look at some of the most popular wedding trends and we want to know what you think – is it something you “gotta have” or something you wish everyone would “get over already?”
Brianna and Greg’s photographer captured not only the beautiful structures of Manhattan but also the love between them. The couple had a lot of beautiful structural backgrounds – The Manhattan Library, Brooklyn Bridge, and DUMBO Brooklyn. I also loved the first outfit the couple wore very apt for the beautiful interior The Manhattan Library had, very sophisticated. I could only imagine the fun they had during the session. Congratulations Brianna and Greg!