Brought to us by Junebug member Vue Photography along with Sashay Creative Events, Heather and Marty's southern wedding at the historical Swan House in Atlanta is classic in every way. From the blush, cream and dusty grey color palette to the elegant wedding fashion, each and every detail is superbly executed with southern style.
Gray Wedding Color Ideas & Color Palettes
Vancouver, BC Wedding at Bridges Restaurant with Photos by Dallas Kolotylo Photography – Erica and Blake
Erica and Blake’s Vancouver, BC wedding was photographed by Dallas Kolotylo Photography, whose dramatic composition always blows me away. With their work named as one of the top 50 wedding photos of the year in Junebug’s annual Best the Best Wedding Photography contest, Dallas and Sabrina work beautifully together to capture those perfect moments. Enjoy their stunning work with Erica and Blake’s summer celebration! The Couple: Erica and Blake The Wedding: 7.27.2013 – Bridges Restaurant, Vancouver, British Columbia […]
Mint and Cream Wedding at The Estate in Atlanta, Georgia with Photos by Scobey Photography – Melissa and JB
Melissa and JB's Atlanta wedding at The Estate is full of absolutely gorgeous fashion and thoughtful details. The bride's stunning wedding dress by Robert Bullock is completed to perfection with a sash crafted by a friend of the bride, Elizabeth Quinn. Lindsay Pitt of Toast Events pulled together all the details, and Scobey Photography captured every moment!
In a canary yellow, 50's style dress that absolutely radiated happiness, Sara married Darshan in an intimate ceremony at the Chapel Dulcinia, Austin, Texas. This happy couple did things their way, through and through, including starting the day off with a photo shoot with their exuberant puppies, captured perfectly by Jake Holt!
Brought to us by Stylish & Hip Weddings Photography, this Brooklyn wedding brings a natural serenity to the energy of New York City - the perfect balance for the bride and groom's vision of a garden style soiree in the city.
Calling all book lovers and flower fanatics, this wedding is for you! I love the unique twists that Carrie and Scott included in their rustic wedding at Saskatoon Farm in Calgary, especially the wedding arch formed by colorful vintage books strung from the rafters. Rowan Jane Photography was the perfect choice to capture the day with soft light and colors that pop, and if all of that doesn't sound lovely enough, the men wore the best red velvet bow-ties too! Need I say more?
Believe it or not, spring is just about here - and with the sun shining all this week I couldn't help but share some spring wedding fashion inspiration! An effortlessly stylish combination of peach, coral and gray, these three unique bridesmaids' looks simply emanate springtime.
Effortlessly stylish and epically romantic, Katie and Dallas' Tuscany elopement was inspired by the expansive natural beauty of the Italian countryside, and the unbelievable food, wine and atmosphere that goes with it. From the sunset ceremony to the candlelit dinner, Roberto Panciatici captured every magnificent moment - if his images don't make you want to jet off to Italy, like right this second, I don't know what will. Enjoy!
Becca and Taylor were married at the Historic Rice Mill Building, in Charleston, South Carolina, in a celebration that was simple and modern. The gray and white reception decor felt perfectly effortless - I love the with single white blossoms in eclectic glass vases scattered along the geometric table runner and the place cards written in lovely calligraphy. Paige Winn Photo captured the day, as well as beautiful portraits of the couple looking completely, contentedly in love.
For the modern bride, today's inspiration photo shoot is pure perfection! An elegant white, gold and grey palette for the fashion and decor creates a calming atmosphere with proteas, ferns and succulents adding the perfect unexpected pops of color. It's unique, glamorous and so very lovely. Thanks to Studio Uma for sharing her stunning photos with us and bravo to the talented team of creatives.