When bride-to-be Rhian wanted a bridal headpiece with a boho-inspired Moroccan look, she headed to Bo and Luca who fitted her with this Hera crystal bridal headpiece. If you’re considering a bohemian headpiece to replace a traditional veil, this is one stunning option.
Crystal Bridal Headpiece
I love how the bride paired this headpiece with a classic top knot. Stunning! Oh, and that gown? It’s by Grace Loves Lace. I know, seriously gorgeous. That’s what I was thinking, too.
Check out this ecstatic couple jumping the broom at their wedding reception. This fun custom can symbolize a new beginning and a sweeping away of the past. Their reason for jumping the broom was to continue a family tradition. This photograph and wedding was captured by Kelli from Third Line Studios. Do you plan on starting or preserving any traditions at your wedding?
This bride and groom under the rain is Wednesday’s photo of the day! Great photographs like this one are unique and memorable to your wedding day. If you have a moment like this one you’re blessed, even if it’s in the rain. This photo was captured by Lucas from Lucas deSousa Photography. Rain isn’t so bad on your wedding day. What do you think?
Check out this his and hers wood wedding ring box. These wooden ring boxes are awesome! They’re handcrafted by Will from End Grain Wood Shoppe. Will says, “This pair of wedding ring bearer pillow boxes would be a perfect addition to a woodland wedding. Each wood ring box has been cut from a branch of Sierra Nevada reclaimed wood. The wood boxes have been oiled to enhance their natural beauty. Then His and Hers have been wood branded into the top of the wedding ring boxes.” What do you think about this photo of the day?
This blue and gold wedding looks beautiful! Meet Sarah and John. This recently married couple had a blue and gold color theme for their Winnipeg wedding at the St. Boniface Golf & Country Club. Their wedding photos include friendly smiles, laughter, and lots of details! This gorgeous wedding was coordinated by Amanda Douglas Events. The photography is by Cristal Brooks Photography.
Blue and Gold Wedding
The bride Sarah tells us, “When planning our wedding we tried starting with a blank slate, no expectations, no theme, just went with what we liked as we went along. We both had a love for traveling, and had met backpacking overseas, so we wanted our wedding to tell our story. Not everything may have coordinated, or had a generalized theme, but it was accurately ours. A crazy, amazing and special adventure.”
The coordinator Amanda says, “I was so honoured to not only coordinate but also be a part of Sarah & John’s wedding as their commissioner too. It was a fun and energetic day full of family (from near and far; many all the way from Ireland!) and tons of laughter and love.”
Remember when I said you could email me or our team and we would help you out? Yeah, we weren’t kidding. We love, looooove, l o v e hearing from you and it means so much to us when our inbox gets flooded by questions from our readers. Like it is right now. (P.S. We’ll get to all of you, promise!) Anyways, the latest question came from an Emmaline Groom, Joe, who asks, “I want to get my bride a gift for the morning of the wedding. Any ideas?”
You’ve come to the right place.
One of our favorite gift ideas for the bride the morning of the wedding is this Mrs necklace by Kate Spade. It’s in gold (and silver, too, if she prefers) and is under $100.
Don’t let it fall! This big wedding Jenga photo is terrific. This giant size tumble tower is a hit among party guests for receptions and especially a way to keep all the kids (even the big ones) having fun! The blocks were tumbling just as Tamara from Silver Thumb Photography captured the guests’ reaction. The couple Meghan and John definitely know how to throw a party!
We love this romantic photo of a groom courting his bride by playing the piano. What’s he playing? What’s she thinking? The photo’s classic details and timeless action is beautiful. Pamela and Jason were married at The Grand View Inn in New Hampshire. Wesley Maggs and Marthy Duffy from Boro Creative Visions Photography photographed the wedding and this romantic photo!
This Chicago Urban Art Society wedding is gorgeous! Meet the breathtaking bride Kristi and her handsome husband David. Their Chicago wedding was this past August and it’s filled with amazing DIY details. The wedding’s personalized details included a chic wooden sign, romantic lighting, and handmade banner cake topper. Kristi looked stunning in her dress! Her gold colored jewelry and flower hairpiece are so alluring. Their wedding at the Chicago Urban Art Society was photographed by Bri, from Bri McDaniel Photography. See the lovely photos…
Chicago Urban Art Society Wedding
Bri tells us, “They set up a really fun photo booth with a neat back drop. It stands out to me because I am used to seeing photo booths with plain backdrops. I also loved the ceremony backdrop. It was shredded fabric, and very unique. They painted and sprayed coke and wine bottles for their table decor. They also had pictures of themselves strung up on a wall. It was so cute and really gave me insight into their cute love story.”
This elevator wedding kiss photo is photographed by Kate Miller Photography. Kate captured this bride and groom kissing just as the elevator door was closing at the end of the wedding night. We just couldn’t help it and needed to share this romantic and cute elevator wedding kiss photo!