Sneak Preview! Junebug’s Summer Update Coming Soon!

July 2, 2008 | editorial team

Junebug Weddings pink playful wedding style, pink wedding color palette
Join us after the holiday weekend as we celebrate the summer with our big Junebug July update! We’ll have new Groombug proposal stories and date night ideas, an article about luxurious honeymoons in Mexico, and a gorgeous Fashion Report full of color palettes and inspiration boards to help you find your personal wedding style. The images above give you a little sneak peek at the finished Fashion Report, and below are some of my favorite images and products that we photographed but didn’t end up using in these layouts. I couldn’t resist sharing them, they are way too lovely to pass by! Enjoy!
(Above photo of the pretty white shoes by GH KIm Photography. All other photos in this post by Junebug Weddings unless otherwise noted.)


This table setting was so rich and gorgeous, and the flower arrangements knocked our socks off!  The wedding gown by Madina Vadache had the prettiest lace neckline and slight blue tint to the fabric. I was IN LOVE! It looked amazing with the colors of the bouquet and its sweet striped ribbon handle.

lavender summer wedding table setting, floral arrangements and bridal bouquet
Table setting designed by Good Taste Weddings and Events with flowers by Bella Rugosa.
Wedding dress by Madina Vadache and bridal bouquet by Loves Me Flowers.
Bottom photo by One Thousand Words Photography


These deep purple invitations were so striking inside the red envelopes. What a fabulously dramatic combiniation! 

red and purple alternative wedding invitations from Izzy Girl
Invitations designed by Izzy Girl.


Photographing the wedding rings may have been our favorite part of all of this! How could you not love having stunning diamond rings all around you? I think the modern look of these rings is so fresh and fun. 

alternative diamond, platinum and gold wedding rings from Jamie Joseph and Me and Ro
Rose cut diamond and gold wisteria band wedding ring by Jamie Joseph, and rose cut diamond and platinum wedding ring by Me and Ro.
Men’s gold wedding bands with decorative edges by Jamie Joseph. All rings from Twist.


Honestly, could this be a cuter idea for a late summer or fall wedding? Flowers as fashion will never go out of style. 

floral wedding fashion accessories and bridesmaids dress
Floral sash by Juniper Flowers, bridesmaids dress by Madina Vadache.
Photo by One Thousand Words Photography


 And of course, our lovely ladies bringing the fashion to life . They were such a joy to photograph!

wedding dresses and bridal lingerie
Top row:
Simone Perel ivory bustier and Ritratti thong from Ann Marie Lingerie.
Second row:
Birnbaum and Bullock Gabrielle lace dress from The Bridal Garden, Audrey’s Ball Strapless silk taffeta gown dress and fabric and rhinestone floral hair accessory from Luly Yang Couture.
Bottom row:
Vintage inspired Stella wedding dress, crystyal and pearl earrings circa 1910, French gold bracelet circa 1880, antique gold locket and vintage tortoise shell hair comb from Isadora’s.
Hair and makeup by Erin Skipley of Bellatrix Studio.

A special thank you to all the wonderful wedding professionals who shared their artistry with us for these images! 


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  1. that bouquet is beautiful! can’t wait to see more!

  2. AWESOME!!! I love all the bright colors!!! I can’t wait to see the update!!!

  3. I can’t wait to see the whole thing! Have a great 4th of July!

  4. Just gorgeous! Can’t wait! Happy fourth beautiful Junebug ladies!

  5. Beautiful! I love the french netted veil! Just lovely!

  6. Summer Update? I’m in – loving what I’m seeing so far!

  7. Just discovered your website and I am blown away! Thanks! Sue

  8. Loving the hot pink! Great photographs!

  9. Oh my, the colors are simply stunning! All the photography just took my breath away. So beautiful.

  10. Claire is a bride doing some rather long distance wedding planning (from Europe to Chicago!) and she wrote to Junebug looking for a little guidance on her accessory choices.

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