Posted April 8, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
Autumn and Joe’s Nashville wedding was a hit! Their Nashville area wedding has lots of lovely details that are sure to get you in the planning mood. Autumn and Joe’s event planner was Elaine from Events by Elaine. Elaine tells us, “Married on a gorgeous fall day, Autumn and Joe’s day was filled with emotion and love. Inspired by vintage elements, a pink, yellow and gray color scheme was included in the flowers and the mismatched bridesmaid dresses. The bride made the jars for the centerpieces using lace and fabric. The couple included their mothers by hanging their dresses and wedding photos for the guests to see…”
Posted January 31, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
Have you ever been to a New Year’s Eve wedding? You’re about to enjoy one! There was no better way to bring in the new year than Joe and Claire’s New Year’s Eve wedding. Joe and Claire’s wedding started with a first look at Valleybrook Country Club, followed by a beautiful ceremony at Saint Patrick’s Church in Chatham, New Jersey. The party took off from there with an extravagant reception at Valleybrook Country Club. Their wedding was captured through the lens of Daniel from Daniel Fugaciu Photography. Relive their New Year’s Eve wedding after the jump…
Posted January 29, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
This rustic Arizona wedding is one you’re sure to love! Meet Ashley and Kevin. This lovely couple’s story started when they first met back in 2007 at a local community college. Their wedding this past November was in Mesa, Arizona at Inside the Bungalow. The wedding has a rustic theme, handmade details, and more. See their wedding photos captured by David from David Orr Photography after the click..
Posted January 15, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
Today we’re featuring this rustically inspired wedding shoot photographed by Jana Marie Photography. This inspirational wedding shoot mixes rustic with metallic in a wintery setting. The styling incorporates colors of lime green and soft blues, along with silver to make a contemporary look. The photographer Jana worked with some of Kansas City’s best wedding professionals to pull off the lovely images you’ll see after the click…
Posted January 13, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
Brides: are you looking for inspiration for your modern pink wedding? You’ve come to the right place! Today we’re sharing a modern pink + pewter styled shoot captured by Hagerty Photography with styling by Regina of Meant2Be Events. This styled shoot was held at Sanctuary Resort & Spa in Arizona and Regina didn’t miss a single detail! She picked a perfect pink palette, designed elaborate table settings, and even decked out the dance floor with an all-white design and vibrant lighting. Read on to see more and get inspired for your modern pink wedding after the jump!
Posted December 10, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
Hi, loves! Are you having a ceremony program at your wedding? If so, don’t miss today’s post: we’re sharing some common wedding program mistakes to avoid. A wedding program is are not a requirement, but it can be a fun addition to your decor. A ceremony program is also a handy tool for guests, as it provides additional information about your ceremony. In this post, we’ll share ceremony program ideas and seven common ceremony program mistakes to avoid. PLUS, we’re offering a ceremony program printable for FREE! Read on to get started…
Ceremony Program Mistakes to Avoid
Make sure your wedding programs are a hit with guests! Here are seven ceremony program mistakes you’ll want to avoid…
Mistake #1: Going with the grain.
We’ve seen the traditional ceremony program done a million times before, but that doesn’t mean you can’t add your own personal twist! Remember, your wedding is unlike anyone else’s… make every handcrafted wedding detail personal + unique. For instance, check out this booklet ceremony program that reads, ‘I’m a Fan‘. It’s a fan style, so you can include tons of information in it, guests can use it to cool off, and it’s anything but boring.
Posted August 12, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 569 Comments
Brides: want to save money on wedding flowers? You’ve come to the right place! Weddings can be expensive and flowers are one of the priciest items on the list. When you consider bouquets, centerpieces, boutonnieres, and corsages, the price can really add up. Read on to find out five ways to save money on wedding flowers PLUS enter for a chance to win FREE flowers for your wedding, a $750 value offered exclusively to our readers by Curious Crafts! It’s all inside…
Posted July 15, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 42 Comments
Want to assign wedding seats at your reception? Here’s how to do it! You’ll find out how to assign wedding seats, why assigned seats is important, who to ask for guidance, whether names should be arranged alphabetically or by table, and more! Plus, we’ve teamed up with The Seating Chart Boutique to offer one lucky reader a FREE custom wedding seating chart (a $150 value!) this week only. It’s all inside…
Posted May 7, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
Hello, brides! If you’re gearing up for your wedding ceremony and wondering what all the fuss is over the ring pillow, we’re here to help! Today we’re sharing nine things to know about the ring pillow, which includes answers to your most-asked questions to our ‘Ask Emmaline‘ inbox such as, “Do I really need a ring pillow?” Plus, we’re showcasing some handmade loveliness from Laura Stark, one of the most amazing ring pillow designers to date, for inspiration. Read on to find out more about the ring pillow, get inspired, and let us know which style you love best. (Mine? A tie between the mustard ring pillow and the something blue, shown below. Love ‘em both.) Enjoy!
Posted September 8, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
Hello, loves! It’s Emma here, and this weekend we’re opting for something a little different. While planning your wedding (or working, writing, etc.), sometimes you may find yourself stuck. Uninspired. Burnt out. Overwhelmed. Stressed. Planning your wedding shouldn’t exemplify any of these qualities, but overplaying the wedding game can leave you feeling any of the above. As with all activities, you need to take a moment and give yourself time to refocus your energy. Today, we’re here to help with five surefire steps on how to get out of a slump. If you follow these five steps, you WILL get out of it – and maybe even feel more energized afterward. Read on to get the full list, bring back your joy, and get re-inspired, re-focused, and re-invigorated to plan the wedding of your dreams… starting today!
Posted June 5, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
Today we’re featuring this styled photo shoot of an earthy artistic Connecticut wedding. This styled Connecticut wedding shoot has plenty of elements you’re sure to love! The combination of art and earthy details colorize the studio space. This bride and groom flaunt an ideal intimate wedding of art and earth. Planning and designing this Connecticut wedding shoot is Sarah Taggart from A Polished Plan, Sarah Worden Natural Design, and Kate Uhry Photography. See the artistic fuss in 3..2..1.
Posted April 9, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
This Georgia farm wedding was beautiful. Jenn and Nick’s wedding on the family farm was an event that their guests won’t forget. Their wedding’s fun atmosphere and custom decorations made for a lovely outdoor affair. Jenn and Nick’s farm wedding was captured by Melissa from Melissa Prosser Photography. Take a peek at their photos after the click…
Posted March 27, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 3 Comments
Nicole and Chris’ Lake George engagement session was a blast! Lake George, NY, nicknamed the Queen of American Lakes, is an absolutely breathtaking place and perfect for an engagement session. Nicole and Chris posed for an embraced kiss, laughed during a game of billiards, and ended their beautiful day in the lake’s radiant waters. Nicole and Chris’ love for one another was romantically captured by Saratoga Springs photographer Tracey from Tracey Buyce Photography. Take a peek at what love looks like…