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After Kendra and Tyler met at a trunk show at Kendra’s work, Tyler asked her out for drinks, and the two bonded over their creative and funny personalities. As they dated, Tyler took photos of their many adventures and decided to use them in his proposal by hanging the photos up on a museum wall to spell out “Will you marry me?”. But Kendra, who is not a big fan of surprises, knew something was up before they even made it to the proposal site, and Tyler clued her into what was going on in order to steady her nerves. Kendra says, “After saying 'yes' and embracing, we took time to look through all of the pictures together. It was a beautiful moment to sit and reflect on all of the little moments that made our relationship. I totally ruined the ‘surprise’ of the proposal, but looking back, I wouldn’t have had it any other way. It was so completely us.”
What do you get when you mix the sturdy, stoic design of the Gary Aquatorium with its beachy, organic shoreline? For Michelle Nikitaras of Unveiled Weddings and Events, this was an opportunity to create something unique.
The smaller elements of your wedding can sometimes be the hardest to find. Do you need table games for guests? Accessories for your hair? A guest book? A welcome sign? Or another piece of décor in order to tie together your overall look?
We love all types of wedding photography at WeddingDay, but one of our favorite types is the classic style. That is why we are thrilled to introduce Simply Seeking Photography. Owner Julie Smith combines timeless and airy vibes to create unforgettable images!
Wondering when your significant other is going to pop the question? We understand getting engaged is one of the most exciting and nerve-racking moments of a relationship!
Abbie and Greg met by mere chance one day. Greg was in Kalamazoo, Michigan visiting his sister and Abbie was there to see a friend. It turns out that Abbie’s friend and Greg’s sister were friends and so the pair met.
Alicia Lutz of Events by I Candy wanted to bring to life a vision with a new take on wedding design. Alicia says, “Our vision for this photo shoot was based around the idea of a more modern-styled wedding day, using geometric shapes, neutral colors and pops of fresh green.” She partnered with Paige Gabert Photography to bring it all to life.
Modern styling is a trend that is certainly going strong in the wedding industry today. And one of the most alluring aspects of this look is that each detail seems to stand out with purpose. Each element makes a statement that is not only sophisticated but beautiful. And the best part?