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Best of Bridal Market – Part 2

October 24, 2014 | nicole
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After a long week, you deserve to look at something pretty. Luckily for you, we’ve got some of the most beautiful wedding gowns for part two of our Best of Bridal Market wrap up. Designers Reem Acra, Inbal Dror, and Amsale‘s Fall 2015 bridal collections are filled with feminine details, varying levels of volume, and flattering silhouettes. Claire Pettibone and Carol Hannah both show a softer, more flowing side of bridal with bohemian shapes, prints, and embellishments.

Reem Acra Fall 2015

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Inbal Dror Fall 2015

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Amsale Fall 2015

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Claire Pettibone Fall 2015

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Carol Hannah Fall 2015

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We want to send a big Junebug thank you to photographer Syed Yaqeen for sharing these fresh-off-the-runway images with us! In case you missed it, be sure to take a look at our Best of Bridal Market Part 1.

xoxoNicole

Pink Wedding Palette for Breast Cancer Awareness

October 24, 2014 | nicole
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The month of October may conjure images of pumpkins, ghosts, and witches, but it is also Breast Cancer Awareness month. Getting married without one’s mother, sister, aunt, or grandmother present can be extremely devastating. To celebrate the life and spirit of their loved one, some couples choose to incorporate a tribute into their weddings. Today we’re sharing some pink wedding palette inspiration in honor of those who have been so strong in their battle against breast cancer.

pink wedding palette photos by Vanilla PhotographyJules Photography, Maison Pestea Photography, Rob + Kristen Photography, David Guenther Photography, and Melissa Jill Photography

We love the idea of a special pink flower in a bridal bouquet as a special tribute. A trendy way to incorporate the color is to use an ombre effect, as you see on the name cards above, or by lightly dying fabric for the reception like the delicate napkin at the table setting. Whether pink pops up in your wedding cake, the groom’s accessories, the bridesmaid’s dresses, or even the bridal gown, the sweet color can bring a sense of softness to your day as it also honors someone close to you.

If you or someone you know is affected by breast cancer, or you just want to support the cause, please consider donating to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. For more pink wedding inspiration, check out Matney and Ben’s relaxed Southern wedding in North Carolina.

xoxoNicole

Garden Inspired Wedding in Manitoba

October 24, 2014 | nicole
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Naomi envisioned a garden inspired wedding for her big day marrying Lewis. Rifle Paper Co. served as her source of inspiration for the romantic floral details used throughout the day. The pair hopped in brightly-colored convertible Volkswagen bugs with the wedding party and photographer Curtis Moore as they made their way to Pineridge Hollow.

The Couple: Naomi and Lewis

The Wedding: Pineridge Hollow, Manitoba, Canada

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The Inspiration: “My inspiration was Rifle Paper Co. I wanted to emulate a garden party that was whimsical, simple and romantic. I had so much fun planning it and found the day came together just as I had envisioned. The girls dresses were Donna Morgan’s Peach Fuzz, which were light and airy and the color just popped when paired with their bouquets. The girls did simple braids in their hair and make up was more neutral. For myself, my dress was my favorite part of what to shop for. I went with Champagne, rather then the traditional white as it seemed to look better with my olive skin and blonde hair. The guys wore navy and did skinny ties with suspenders.

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The Moments: “Our favorite moment at our wedding was our ceremony. Lewis and I wrote our own vows and wanted to keep the ceremony very personal. We had about 75 guests, which was perfect for making the ceremony feel more intimate. The music that played in the background set the tone while guests waited for the processional to start. We had waited two years for this moment and we both could not to finally be husband and wife.

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The Couple Recommends: “On our wedding day, just before the ceremony, Lewis split his pants. Our photographer quickly took care of the situation by taking the pants to a seamstress and having them back with Lewis within the hour to continue with our day. I’m not sure what we would have done with out him.

We really loved working with Jordan Popowich, he is newer in the industry, but I think that is what we loved the most about working with him. He was really easy to talk to prior to the wedding and great to work with afterwords. He has worked really hard to capture exactly what we were looking for throughout our day and has gone above and beyond to make us so pleased with our upcoming final product by asking for lots of details of what we want in our video.

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The Wedding Team:

Photography – Moore Photography
Venue – Pineridge Hollow
Floral Design – The Floral Fixx
Cake – Jenna Rae Cakes
DJ – Platinum Productions
Videographer – JP Media Works
Makeup Artist – Edward Carrier
Hair Styling – Edward Carrier
Wedding Dress – Allure Bridals
Bridesmaids’ Apparel – Donna Morgan
Groom’s Apparel – Nordstrom
Rings – William Noble
Favors – Bath & Body Works

There were so many incredibly special moments shared by Naomi and Lewis on their wedding day, and Curtis Moore Photography makes us feel like we were there to witness them too. In case you missed it, Curtis also photographed Veronique and Glen’s unique backyard wedding in Calgary.

xoxoNicole