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We all know that industrial spaces are as popular as ever, and this lovely style shoot seamlessly showcases that and other hot wedding trends, including mixed metals, fresh fruit, laser cut elements and a bridal arch so pretty it shines.
Like a scene from a Nicholas Sparks love story, Mallorie and Will met Freshman year of high school at a football game. “He stole my blanket because it was cold,” she says. The two were actually engaged exactly where they had gone after their senior prom, the Chesterton Dunes.
When Jordan and Bobby met, Jordan was living in Soho, in lower Manhattan, and Bobby was living across the Hudson River in Jersey City.
Seth proposed to Kate with a scrapbook of quotes, pictures, memories and special keepsakes that he held onto while they were dating. (We know, so sweet!). After the two spent time reading through the great memories in a park, Seth was down on one knee.
Matthew and Kaitlynne met through a mutual friend when they were sophomores in high school, but their relationship certainly blossomed. Becoming best friends naturally led to dating by their senior year.
Your wedding venue sets the entire mood for your wedding. Many brides are now searching for venues that offer organic, yet chic elements. That is why Gabis Arboretum & Gardens has become a favorite of young brides. The 300-acre preserve offers a gorgeous atmosphere for weddings that surrounds you with nature. With three locations to choose from on the preserve—Gabis Arboretum & Gardens is the ideal venue choice for modern brides.
We're back, baby! We hope you all enjoyed your Thanksgiving and Black Friday shopping trips, but let us tell you–we are going through some MAJOR Instagram Faves withdrawals! So, join us in swooning over this week's picks, and be sure to follow these talented vendors, too.
After being together eight years, it was hard for Justin to slip anything past Erica. It was while spending time on Justin’s grandma’s property, however, that Erica got the surprise of her life. She says, “When I opened my eyes, I saw a slice of wood with ‘Marry me?’ laser cut into it.