WeddingDay is doing a call-out to designers, planners, florists and other creative wedding professionals! We are on the hunt for the "Most Gorgeous Tablescape" and would like to invite wedding professionals to participate in our upcoming Facebook contest!
There aren't many things in life better than the Friday before a holiday weekend. Throw in a collection of totally dreamy photos from crazy-talented wedding vendors and we're done for! Start your weekend early (we won't tell!) by checking out the pics that caught our eyes this week!
Carrie and Jake had been dating for seven years before they tied the knot! This may seem like a long courtship, but they had started dating back in high school. Plus, it gave them more time to dream up the perfect wedding, of course!
In case you haven't noticed, we're total animal lovers here at WeddingDay and any style shoot featuring a dog is definitely going to make us smile! Add in some classy, elegant touches by some very talented vendors and this gorgeous style shoot has our attention.
Audra Martin of Heart’s Arrow Events had an idea in mind—a very dramatic style shoot that lived at the opposite spectrum of light and airy, and she knew Michael Meeks, the photographer behind Nonpareil Weddings, was the perfect partner.
Hi lovelies! Although it's been a very rainy week, we don't mind since these photos are oh-so-warm and fuzzy. This week's faves are giving us some serious inspo! Check out these vendors, because you don't want miss this amazing work!
In today’s world, wedding design is going far beyond a single color or texture. More and more brides are choosing their very own style–their own theme. After partnering with Jodie Stansbury of Aisle Ready Events, we began to swoon over the idea of our own look: a slightly rustic, raw and natural cover shoot with a lodge-like feel. “When researching photos of lodges and lodge décor, we noticed a lot of Navajo patterns being used in the textiles,” Jodie says. “This pattern helped bring in the Sedona twist.” The vision of warm, soft colors and natural elements such as wood, stone, patterned pillows and even antlers had us, well, quite hooked!