We can’t think of a better way to ring in the New Year than with this stunning celestial wedding inspiration from Moose Studio! Inspired by the movie Stardust (a favorite and must see if you haven’t!), this shoot is sure to give you all the starry eyes. Every detail is impeccable and on theme, from the breath-taking invitation suite to the astrological embroidery place settings to the handmade star crown! We know you will want to pin every image!
The design was inspired by the movie Stardust which features golds, greenery, and black. We wanted to use the stars, and the zodiac signs as the main focus of the details. I personally handmade each beaded zodiac sign hoop for the place settings. I used various signs – Libra, Cancer, Leo, and Scorpio. We found these awesome gold star centerpieces at our local home goods, and classic wine goblets. The cake was just fantastic. Maxwell Cakes used gold paint, stars, sugar crystals, and gold moons on a four tiered black cake. Our absolute favorite part of the shoot was the beautiful, custom veil and head piece sent all the way from Ireland. The veil was made with Italian tulle, and hand painted with gold fleck. The head piece was hand made with each crystal and star placed strategically for a crown effect.
Photography | Moose Studio | Venue | White Shanty Venue | Planning | Alicia C Creative | Florals | Ivie Floral Co | Stationery | Vidhi Dattani | Cake | Maxwell Cakes | Linens | Diamond Event and Tent | Hair | Tori Beckedwards | Makeup | Everyday Glamourhood | Dress | Janay Marie Designs | Groom’s Attire | H&M | Veil and Headpiece | Kinn Oir | Jacket | Four Things Paper | Sparklers | Utah Sparklers | Models | Jordan Ciel and Hayden Dobyns | Submitted via Matchology
Effortless elegance meets modern in this utterly dreamy inspiration from Sidney Baker-Green. Set at a 1920’s era mansion, this shoot is a beautiful balance of timeless with a modern touch. The black, gold, and red color combo is the perfect choice for a winter wedding. We love the vintage china painted with snowy scenes!
The Aptly Elegant bride combines her love for the elegance of 1920’s mansion weddings with the new modern take of wedding design. While elegance was the goal, being intentional was key: I didn’t want the details to be so over the top that it distracted from the beautiful imagery. While the white, black. and gold screamed elegant, the deep reds and fun greens gave a the slight modern touch that landed on the fine line between intentional and over the top. The shoot was envisioned around the floral elements by the Amazing Molly Tiesma and around the dress from Rene Austin Bridal. There were so many beautifully elegant wedding dresses back in the day; however, we wanted to strike a more modern balance with our dress choice without sacrificing elegance. We chose the polished Emma from the Beloved line by Casablanca because it’s simplicity gives the bride an appearance of self-confidence. The gown doesn’t rely on intricate details to give the bride a luxurious confident appearance, but rather the bride herself: her personality, her demeanor, and the way she hold herself with poise.
Photography | Sidney Baker-Green | Venue | Venue3two | Florals | Eastern Floral | Invitations | Basic Invite | Wedding Dress | Renee Austin Wedding | Model | Colleen Brouillette | Submitted via Matchology
As visions of sugar plums danced in their heads, this dreamy winter wedding inspiration captured by Amanda MacPhee Photography was born! If you are a winter couple who is looking a unique color palette for the season, this sweet sugared inspiration is for you. With frosted florals and adorable pups, we are loving this wintery look!
The idea behind this shoot was to show off the non traditional Christmas colors. Being a lover of pink, purple was the next best choice! And Sugarplum Dreams was born! The comeback MVP for our floral arrangements was the carnation. Color sources in Winter can be hard to come by and with shades of lavender and plum needed to achieve our dream, the carnations helped make these wildly arranged flowers pop. Set with sparkling rose accents and studded with berzillia berries to bring in the Sugarplum detail, the arrangements were then sprayed with snow to bring out the wintery frost and embrace the season’s chill.
Photography | Amanda MacPhee Photography | Venue | Grey Rock Mansion | Planning | Pastiche Event Productions | Florals | Form & Fire Design | Stationery | Lauren Roberts with Line Avenue | Cake | The Cake Sisters | Rentals | Timeless Home Aesthetics | Linens | Nuage Designs | Hair and Makeup | Airbrush Faces (Elisa Thomas) | Dress and Veil | Betsy Robinson Bridal | Bride’s Shoes | Steve Madden | Groom’s Attire | M Stein & Co Tuxedos | Jewelry | Colonial Jewelers | Earrings | Blushing Gold Brides | Ring Box | The Mrs. Box | Pet Sitting | Furever and Fur Always | Other Services | The Fae Closet | Models | Sarah Cullison and Brock Turnbaugh | Submitted via Matchology