September 16, 2014

Say 'I Do' to Glamping!

It's a bride's worst nightmare... you wake up on the day of your wedding and you have the flu!  Well, for gorgeous Sarah, it turned out to be her reality.  She got through the day, but barely and was left with memories of sickness and discomfort.  Luckily for Sarah, a group of wedding vendors stepped in to give her another chance at that special day with her handsome husband, Chase.  Photographer Heather Rice explains:

This fantastic stylized shoot was full of amazing details, themed around 'Glamping'.  Sarah and Chase were asked to be a part of the day because on their actual wedding day, Sarah was so sick with the flu that she barely got to participate.  This stylized shoot, with some amazing vendors allowed the couple to get some amazing images and have a wedding 're-do' of sorts.

The dreamy table is decorated with succulents, green moss and beautiful china, with an homage to the forest and woods.  The chairs have handwriting on them in French, with such drool-worthy details.  The old vintage truck was an amazing addition and made for the perfect spot to place the beautiful cake with handmade sugar flowers.

The set up for the wedding was amazing, with a lace tented area, complete with ribbons and old vintage accessories, including eclectic seating and old church pews, mixed in with a variety of wooden chairs.  The majestic oak tree was a divine backdrop for the beautiful wedding.  The area even included a vintage game table and small canoe with drinks.  I love everything about this shoot.  It's old Florida 'Glamping' at it's best.


Photographer:  Heather Rice Photography // Equipment Rentals: All Things Vintage // Event Designer: Atmospheres Floral and Decor // Cake Designer: Bliss Pastry // Makeup Artist: Kristy's Makeup Artistry & Hair Design Team // Transportation: Marbais Enterprises // Event Venue: Mission Inn Resort // Invitation Designer: Pretty Peacock Paperie // Event Planner: Weddings in the City

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September 15, 2014

The Flower Farm

When your friend owns a flower farm and you're looking for a beautiful wedding location, you can count your blessings.  For Ali and Liam, picking a venue was a no-brainer.  With the loving help of family and friends, the couple transformed the gorgeous local into a DIY wedding mecca.  Photographer Lillian Fortino breaks down the handmade details:

Ali and Liam had an intimate wedding on a family friend's flower farm.  The day was gorgeous and the atmosphere even more breathtaking.  With rustic details around every corner, with an old barn and tractors to match.  The wedding took place in a secluded, intimate, and rustic DIY venue in Blauvelt, NY.

With lots of help from friends, Ali and Liam created the ultimate DIY wedding.  Details lavished the old barn, illuminated below twinkling string lights.  Blue and green paper hearts hung from walls, and flowers picked from the very gardens they were marrying at, decorated the tables.  The ceremony was officiated by the groom's brother, and meaningful personal vows were shared between the couple.  Beautiful and relaxed, Ali and Liam's wedding stands to be my favorite to date.  Never have I witnessed such a pure and unique day, created by the humble hands of family and friends.


Photographer:  Lillie Fortino Photography

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