We love brides and grooms who are so excited about starting a new life together that they decide to make their wedding day really special. Everybody should think of something more unique for their big day, something that can reflect their personality as a couple or their unique look, just like the newlyweds from this project. They decided to go for the vintage path and they obtained spectacular results!
We love everything here, starting with the bride’s gorgeous dress and ending up with the décor setting and the sepia photos. We also enjoy the fact that they took it all outside. The idea of planning an old-fashion wedding in the middle of the nature is truly unique and full of beautiful surprises.
A natural setting can offer so many fun and creative ideas for those who are willing to receive them. We always liked vintage brides & weddings because of their original look. But the ones we’ve seen and imagined took place inside, in a fancy restaurant or expensive venue.
This one, booked for on outdoors location is surprisingly beautiful and personal. Our designers are very excited about these types of projects because they get the chance to play more with the colors, the flavors, the accents and the decorative items prescribed by the venue and by the season. This couple wanted a simple intimate wedding with close friends and family.
So they chose to do something non-traditional. This is the key to planning a unique wedding. If you want to dazzle your guests and have them remember your ceremony and reception for the rest of their lives, have something totally less conventional. There is a lot of creativity available for those who are taking the offbeat path.
The bride and groom from this project wanted a theme that can express their journey as a couple and all the things that made them grow together. The bride created the invitations herself. She chose a beautiful pattern resembling vintage books telling their story. The guests can find info on how they met and all the unique things they love.
The surprise of this wedding is that both the bride and her mom are photographers. This is why they wanted the wedding to be as visually stimulating as possible. The warm light in their photos are set according to the sunset and the cloths worn by their guests. The couple asked their attendees not to wear black.
These newlyweds are big fans of colors and so they wanted this day to be full of happiness and joyful colors. The bride’s dress is designed by her mother and it follows a superb 1920s classy silk bias cut. Her hairstyle and headpiece finish her diva-look in a very unique way.