Inspiration for your road to the altar


I always live it when a bride commits to a bold color palette, so Kerri & Jason’s orange and pink color combination was an instant favorite! The couple originally wanted to be married at the World’s Fair Pavilion, but when the venue was booked they incorporated the vibe they wanted to achieve into a new space. During the reception Kerri’s was surprised by a phone call from her sister, who was at home on bed rest and about to have a baby. The DJ put the call on speaker phone and by the time the conversation was through there wasn’t a dry eye in the house – such a sweet moment!

Photographer: Beth Berry Photography
Floral Designer: Becky Huffman Flowers, LLC
Reception Venue & Caterer: Lumen Private Event Space
Invitation Designer: Unique Moments by Mid-West Marketing
Cake Designer: Wedding Wonderland Bakery
Band: Downtime Band
Ceremony Location: Southwest Baptist Church


Sharon and Ivan were married this past December in Los Angeles, in an understated but beautiful affair. To sum up the wedding, event coordinator Krista Cremidan of Nouveau Events said, “Their quiet personalities were reflected in the subdued and beautiful color pallete they chose, made up mainly of light pinks. The reception centerpieces were also simple and elegant bringing, a slight hint of color to the table tops. The reception colors were punched up at the after party where close friends and family mingled under a canopy of strung lights and glowing paper orb shaped lanterns. Tea lights lined the windowsills and added to the loungy laid back, yet hip feel.”

Photographer: onelove photography
Event Planner: Nouveau Events
Floral Designer: Vickie’s Flowers
Reception Venue: Helms Daylight Studio
Cinema and Video: All Because He Asked
DJ: Shine Entertainment
Ceremony Location: Wilshire United Methodist Church
Makeup Artist: Kelly Zhang Studio
Photo Booth Equipment: DG Events

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Happy Valentine’s Day, friends! I thought the perfect way to celebrate today was with Liza & Greg’s lovely outdoor wedding, which took place in Canada this past summer. Liza and Greg love the outdoors, so a family affair on a local farm was the perfect backdrop for their nuptials. Their wedding was filled with DIY projects and personalized right down to the dinner for their guests, which was grilled by the groomsmen! The pair handed out fishing flies that had been hand tied by Greg, the centerpieces were made with flowers from Liza’s garden, and be sure not to miss the adorable lace covered rocks that were given as paperweights. Liza’s dress was custom made, and I think you’ll agree that it looks stunning in the amazing light streaming into the photos below.

Photographer: Chad+Anastasia Photography
Event Planner: Bottoms Up Bartending
Floral Designer: Proline Trading
Reception Venue: UBC Farms
DJ: Hot Hit Productions
Officiant: Lynn Katey Marriage Commissioner

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