Posted November 14, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 4 Comments
This Pennsylvania handmade wedding is filled with tons of gorgeous details! Christine and Mike’s wedding just this past October had a rustic handmade theme. Their wedding at The Barn on Bridge in Collegeville included custom handmade accessories, handmade invitations, and more… You’ll enjoy the DIY elements, photobooth, and the fun-loving feeling of their wedding. Christine and Mike’s fantastic wedding was captured through the lens of Cathie from BG Productions Photography & Videography. See what makes this wedding absolutely unique…
Posted May 22, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 10 Comments
Brides: getting ready photos before your wedding are undoubtedly some of the most genuine and memorable moments of your day. Today we’re sharing eighteen of our favorite must-have getting ready photos to inspire your wedding. We’ve rounded up the best-of-the-best such as candid moments with your girls, footage of the groomsmen, a teary moment with dad, mom helping you get ready, and much more. So, grab a pen and paper and get ready to jot these down (or, bookmark this page: just hit CTRL + B on your keyboard) because you won’t want to miss these amazing photos! (And, if you’re a bridesmaid or Maid of Honor, be sure to check out #18 for a fun idea you can do to surprise the groom!) Which one is your favorite?
Posted May 15, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
Ahhh…a Northern Michigan wedding! Megan and Peach’s wedding in Northern Michigan’s township of Glen Arbor was fantastic. The wedding overlooking Lake Michigan was truly magnificent. The wedding’s many elements include: creative themed peach gear, a wedding dress to die for, wedding favor jams, custom matchboxes with fresh cigars, and beautiful flowers. The desired location of the wedding was at the breathtaking Homestead Resort. The photographers of choice were Elizabeth and Jan-Michael from Priceless Photography, Inc. The result of a superbly planned wedding and photos that capture true love in Northern Michigan await you with words from the bride…
Posted May 3, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 3 Comments
If you’re looking for the best engagement photo ideas, you’ve come to the right place! We feel extremely blessed to work with the most amazing wedding photographers in the industry and share Real Weddings and engagement photo ideas with you on a regular basis. When we feature a new engagement shoot, I can always recall a specific detail, like the surprise proposal, the rowboat, or the impromptu Scrabble game. When you’re planning, remember that the best engagement photo ideas are all about the details. Your location(s), attire, props, and the season you choose will contribute to a more memorable engagement session. Also, selecting an amazing engagement photographer is very important: he or she will be essential in properly bringing your engagement photo ideas to fruition and capturing you at your very best. To inspire you, we’ve rounded up twenty of the best engagement photo ideas… and I think you’re going to love what we’ve discovered! What’s your favorite?
Posted March 28, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 3 Comments
This rustic fall wedding looked like a blast! Jonathan and Shelby’s rustic fall wedding in Saint Charles, Missouri is teeming with hand-selected decor. Shelby and her mother spent months collecting vintage bottles, birdhouses, and details. With rich fall colors abound, The Conservatory was the perfect place for their wedding ceremony. The location features a beautiful tropical glass garden house surrounded with lush greenery and romantic ambiance. Jonathan and Shelby’s reception followed at The Grand Opera House. The location is a reinvigorated historic building with high ceilings and nostalgic atmosphere. The photography team of Matt + Kathy from Mathy Shoots People did a terrific job capturing their wedding and all of it’s rustic details! See the photos and read more…
Posted January 22, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
Hello, lovelies! Do you have the same problem I do? I take tons of photos and they never. get. printed. Somewhere in the digital world my photos are floating around, secretly waiting to be printed and placed in an album or framed and displayed in my home. This is a habit I hope to break in this new year and I thought it was a great segway into today’s feature on how to turn wedding photos into photo albums. If you’re hiring a wedding photographer who will be giving you full access to your wedding photos (on a disk or flash drive to print at your leisure) you won’t want to miss this post. We’re going to explore how to turn those gorgeous wedding photos into a photo album you’ll love to flip through for years… rather than letting the priceless memories sit on a flash drive for eternity. Read on for more…
Posted February 27, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 6 Comments
Looking for a wonderful engagement story? Corrie and Gus’ story along with their vividly captured engagement photos is it.
This engaged couple first met back in college. The future bride Corrie tells us, “Gus and I have been together ever since our sophomore year of college. After graduating from the University of Colorado Boulder, we moved to Virginia. Gus loves his career as an orthopedics sales representative and I am in my 3rd year of medical school.” How exactly did Gus propose? Find out after the jump…
Posted January 20, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 3 Comments
So, what makes a great engagement session? A lovely couple, great light, and a skilled photographer. But what’s most important and inspiring is the couple’s story. Jess and Tim have just that: an awe-inspiring love story that makes a great engagement session!
Jess and Tim met just a few years ago while attending college in California. Jess had a crush… on this cute guy named Tim. Tim had a crush… on this pretty girl named Jess. But as fate would have it Tim moved away to South Carolina, where he was stationed with the Air Force while Jess studied hard to finish up law school in California. Little did each other now that one day that college crush would reunite them, they’d enter into a long distance relationship, and with the perfect moment, Tim proposed.
Posted December 13, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 7 Comments
This Oklahoma engagement session is an intimate look into the souls of two people. Josh and Hannah’s Oklahoma engagement photos reveal an in-depth feeling of absolute devotion. They met when they were both very young and were reunited after years of being apart; soon, they will marry in Tulsa at the Post Oak Lodge… what a beautiful love story! Justin from Justin Battenfield Photography captures the intimacy of two people as they begin their journey as one.
Posted November 23, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 3 Comments
Get ready to take flight with Dorothy and Roy’s aviation engagement session. This future bride and groom walked the runway in the midst of a lovely fall day at Mason County Airport, West Virginia. While Dorothy and Roy brought out the best in one another, their photographer Ariel from Ariel Views Photo captured the essence of best friends taking flight into a new chapter of their lives. Check out their aviation engagement photos after the jump…
Posted November 8, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 8 Comments
Hooking the brook, Kristina and Tim did some engagement fishing in Sedona, AZ. In this engagement fishing photo shoot, Kristina and Tim reveled in the outdoor scenic beauty while casting their fishing lines in the creek at L’Auberge de Sedona, enjoying cupcakes by Nothing Bundt Cakes in a long grassy field, and gazing at each other down their future life path toghether… forever. Diana from Diana Elizabeth Photography planned and captured Kristina + Tim’s engagement fishing photo session beautifully and we love the results. Enjoy!
Posted October 4, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 8 Comments
Today, we’re headed to Laura and Russ’ Lake Geneva wedding. Their wedding ceremony and reception in Lake Geneva was held on a beautifully landscaped property providing the most unique details including a farm, animals, and a outdoor terrace. Laura and Russ’ Lake Geneva wedding had some rustic shabby chic DIY wedding elements such as the bride and bridesmaid created hair pieces, boutonnieres, and mason jar candles. The mason jars were craftily used to adorn the wedding aisle and after ceremony cocktail area. Ending their wedding day but igniting their future Laura and Russ walked underneath sparklers lit by family and friends celebrating a perfect couple’s love. Definitively capturing their Lake Geneva wedding was the photography team of Miranda and Adam, owners of Reminisce Studio by Miranda & Adam.
Posted September 28, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 4 Comments
Jessica and Josh’s cinematic wedding video is a unique, compelling and visual collection of events occurring during their wedding day. Their cinematic wedding video begins near the premier Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel in Asbury Park, New Jersey where Jessica and Josh were married. Jessica and Josh had the creative team from Feuza Inc. capture their wedding with both video and photography. We think you’ll enjoy learning about what exactly cinematic wedding video captures and checking out some of the highlights from their wedding photos. First off, let’s find out what Cinematic Video is from the owner of Feuza Inc., Feuza Reis.
Filmed by Maxwel Tomaz, Nino Gallego and David Lima, edited by David Lima.
Feuza tells us, “Cinematic Video is a modern twist to traditional videography in that the video is filmed focusing on the story of the day, as if your wedding was a movie where the two main characters are the bride and groom. Instead of getting a long boring video that you may just watch once in your lifetime, you will get a compelling love story video with highlights, easy and small enough to share on social media or on the web with family and friends. We use DSLR cameras which have an amazing sensor giving the cinema feel and provide a less obtrusive way to capture your wedding day. We decided to offer this kind of service because we saw our brides were not choosing video in fear of just getting a traditional video, with more emphasis on bright lights focused on them than the day’s magical events. Cinematic video is an unique way to tell your story with a modern, fun, and clean approach resulting in your own personal wedding day movie. We don’t see ourselves as videographers but as film makers. So, say good bye cheesy videos – and hello imagery in movement! Cherish your wedding day for many years to come online where all or only you can see.
Posted September 26, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
Alex and Caroline’s love story is an wild tale about how two people met, fell in love, and started their life together beginning with their Maryland wedding. Their Maryland wedding proved to be a beautiful event held at the Antrim 1844 Country House Hotel. The Antrim’s grounds were absolutely stunning with the ceremony taking place in the rose garden, a lavish courtyard fountain, and an elegant dinner setting. Some of the neatest handmade wedding items include the guest book tree, Caroline’s fascinator, homemade honey, and flower decor. Capturing Alex and Caroline’s amazing Maryland wedding day was photographer Danielle from Danielle Cover Photography. Ready for the wild love story on how Alex and Caroline met? Here it is…
Posted September 14, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 8 Comments
What’s not to love about Joanne and Joe’s Pittsburgh wedding? Their Pittsburgh wedding is culturally unique because it combines both a traditional Catholic ceremony followed by a traditional Korean ceremony. Now, let’s get to the elegantly fun part of Joanne and Joe’s wedding day. Elegantly dressed bridesmaids and groomsman looked all too good, with the ladies wearing fashionable green strappy dresses; the men looked handsome in black ties. Joanne’s beautiful white wedding dress is absolutely stunning along with her bright blue jeweled heels…
Posted September 12, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 6 Comments
Lauren and Myles’ Mississippi wedding took place in the heart of blues country: a historic city called Clarksdale. Clarksdale is a city located in the Mississippi Delta well known for blues music and its artists. Lauren and Myles’ Mississippi wedding had a beautiful ceremony at Oakhurst Baptist Church and reception following at the Clarksdale Country Club’s majestic grand ballroom. Some of the most unique elements from their wedding was the classic 1952 Studebaker and the photo shoot which took place after the wedding at actor Morgan Freeman’s Ground Zero Blues Club. Their Mississippi wedding day photographer was Michael from Michael Allen Photography. Check out their wedding photos for yourself…