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As more and more brides are trading in pastel and bold color palettes for neutral shades, we decided to take a step in the opposite direction and pursue a cover shoot that bordered on moody and melodramatic. Think the Guilded Age with Mark Twain, sprinkled with inspiration and mystery from Edgar Allen Poe. Lauren from Lauren Elisabeth Events, an event planning company in southwest Michigan, broadened the initial vision and introduced pops of modern glam into the cover shoot.
Kevin and Kaleigh met at work. When Kaleigh first started, she had to report to Kevin on a few of their client accounts. Although she wouldn’t necessarily call him her boss, it certainly does make for a good story!
We asked, they answered! Five Indiana and Michigan wedding planners share their favorite trend of 2016 and predict what will be big in 2017.
Shame and secrecy. These are two feelings that my clients often use to describe their relationship with food when we are working to uncover their past struggles with binging, compulsive eating, emotional eating or food addiction.
There's simply no better way to end the week than with a little prettiness from the 'gram! If you're searching for wedding ideas or just in need of some creative inspiration, these vendors are certainly ones to keep on your radar!
When Sean and Whitney met on match.com®, they knew it was a—excuse the pun—match made in heaven. Whitney says the connection was instant and the two became inseparable. Sean went on to propose while the couple was visiting his parents' cabin.
In a time when brides are taking to varying new trends and adding their own unique twists to weddings, Rachel Whitehurst of Adventure Photo Stories and her team had their sights set on creating something that wasn’t just unique but also timeless. That’s how she landed on the idea of a Fairytale Tea Party. “Ultimately, I wanted this shoot to be about the vendors,” Rachel says. “I wanted to give them a sort of prompt for them to be inspired by and let loose their creativity. I began with the idea of a whimsical, but timeless tea party and knew that the other creatives involved would run with the idea. I pictured love. Simple love…the love between the real couple (Shonah and Ike) modeling for us, and the love of each artistic vendor for their craft.”