Take a look at these gorgeous images from Anna K Photography. Marsh Landing Country Club was the perfect backdrop for the classic elegance of this southern wedding. It’s guaranteed to make you smile. The beautiful bride Emily, was also kind enough to share her wonderful proposal story with us, and I’m sure you will find it utterly romantic!
Joe woke me up early one morning to go see the largest sunrise in history…the night before was a humongous full moon, so I didn’t doubt his story for a second! I threw on a long sleeve shirt & we rode a block to the beach. As we were sitting on the beach drinking our coffee & watching the sun break through the horizon, he handed me a scrap book that he had been working on for several months. It was like my heart knew what was going on but my mind still didn’t. As I went through the book page by page, studying each picture & note, starting to tear up at how sweet the words were, the last page read “without further ado, will you”–he then pulled the ring out & slid it on my finger. The rest is history! It was truly the best engagement in my opinion!
We have a very dreamy and romantic engagement session from destination wedding photographer, Sandra Aberg, to share with you all today. This french inspired theme was so perfectly put together, with lovely vintage heirlooms and lots of luscious lavender! Here are a few special details about how the session came together, written by the bride herself, Johanna.
Shortly after David proposed in Rome our thoughts turned to our wedding. We wanted it to reflect us, our love for each other and our interests, but also our gratitude to our families and friends. We simply wanted to make a big celebration of love. Therefore the theme “A Love Story”, which will be a recurring theme during the day, will be the feel in all the decorations.”
“We chose Sandra Åberg as a photographer for the session because we love her amazing way to capture the atmosphere, light and the romance her photos exude.
The tea cups in beautiful pastel colors that I inherited from my grandmother came in handy to have on the little table as we sat in front of the field in full bloom. Macaroons and my now empty box from Ladurée in Paris were like icing on the cake. I’m very fond of hydrangeas and so we put some in flour pitchers and in a wooden box given to me by my grandfather.”
“Other details that we had were the old letters which I tied together with a beautiful ribbon. The idea to have the letters came to both David and I, as we are interested in poetry, beautiful words and literature. We wanted to incorporate fine poetic pieces about love, and to have them in the table setting and contribute to our theme “A love story.” We found a large box of 100 year old letters at a flea market and were immediately hooked!” Everything worked out perfectly!
Photography: Sandra Aberg Photography // Styling: Johanna and Sandra
Just take a look at this stunningly gorgeous pink wedding that was captured by the very talented Craig and Eva Sanders Photography! The instant I saw it, I fell in love with everything about it, and I’m sure you will too! The wedding couple Nicole and Kris, found Three Sisters Bake, while attending a vintage inspired wedding fair. They found out the sisters of Three Sisters Bake held weddings at the old village hall above the boutique cafe they run, and were instantly excited by the idea of having the wedding there! Nicole and Kris worked alongside the cafe/hall owners to plan the wedding day, to make it really personal. Nicole had so many ideas of her own that she wanted to create herself. Nicole was inpired by everything romantic, soft and crafty, and was adamant that she wanted to make a lot of it herself. I’d say she did a fabulous job! Wouldn’t you? Nicole and Kris were married exactly one year after getting engaged!
Venue: Three Sisters Bake // Photography: Craig & Eva Sanders Photography // Dress: La Sposa purchased from Diane Honeyman Bridal // Shoes: “Melissa” by Vivienne Westwood // Hair: Anne Marie McElroy // Groom’s Kilt and Accessories: Hector Russell // Flowers: Endrick Blooms
I just love this wedding! Everything about it is so perfect, fun and welcoming! The colors and all the details tie together just beautifully. I’m absolutely loving the bridesmaids patterned yellow dresses! And the bride’s wedding gown is absolutely stunning! The bride and groom, Josh and Katie, could not have put together a more gorgeous spring wedding. Be sure to take a look at the lovely images and details that were captured by Katelyn James Photography!