Floral | Fleur & Lumiere

I swoon at the sight of gorgeous flowers, but this fall inspired floral had me in a daydreaming fog. The hues of reds and purples… oh and the greenery! They were perfectly gathered and designed by our friends at Fleur and Lumiere. The best part of this floral is, that it looks as if they were picked right from your own garden yet has a refined elegance to it. Purple is making a comeback but not just any purple, plum and I, for one could not be happier! -Shadow


Photos: Ais Portraits

Floral | Flowers by Lesley

This floral arrangement made it to my top pick for a few reasons. First off, bold colors like this just make me happy! I also love things that are slightly out of the box, so the incorporation of the cabbage and artichoke in this gorgeous arrangement made it an instant winner in my book. Lastly, I am in love the current trend of non-symmetrical floral arrangements that change drastically from one side to the other. This arrangement does so impeccably. -Katie

Floral Details | Deep red roses, ornamental artichoke, ranunculus, clematis (the purple hanging star flowers) leucadendron, hanging red amaranths, seeded eucalyptus, brassica, (ornamental cabbage) white roses and two varieties of peonies.

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Photos: Ashley McCormick Photography

Floral | Velvet & Twine

Brooke and Travis’s spring wedding makes our hearts flutter! Their floral, provided by Velvet & Twine, was nothing short of magical goodness. Their floral had bits of coral charm peonies, ranuculus, roses, and lots of pretty greenery, just to name a few! The blooms and greenery gave off such an earthy and organic feeling, which was perfect for the spring nuptials. -Rachel

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Photo: Vine & Light Photography

Moments | Samantha + Her Flower Girl

This moment of our bride, Samantha, with her flower girl just makes me happy =) I love ceremonies and receptions, but it’s always the behind the scene moments that hold a special place in my heart. Whether it’s the bride reading a sweet love note from her groom, a first look {or first touch}, or the bride twirling with her flower girl, the moments not seen by guests are always some of my favorites. -Kim


Moments | Maggie + Tripp

This picture shows a favorite “moment” of mine for reasons that you can’t see in the picture. This is a recreation of a photo taken 30 years earlier on the same bridge, of the bride’s parents just after they were married. The ceremony was held in the same church and the reception was held in the same place as well, the bride’s childhood home. It doesn’t get more special than that. -Katie

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Photos: Rania Marie Photography

Moments | Katie + Travis

Katie & Travis had the most loving, sweet personalities throughout the planning process, and that completely translated through to their wedding day in July. I can promise you that there wasn’t a single dry eye during their ceremony as it was so full of emotion, love and laughter. That beloved look that Travis made when he first saw Katie walking down the aisle, is the look that any bride-to-be could ever hope for! These photos capture the emotion of their ceremony so incredibly well, it’s like we’re there again witnessing the love. -Rachel

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Photos: Nima Photography

Desserts | Party Flavors

I’ve seen a lot of amazing cakes come out of the Party Flavors shop, but the clean lines and simplicity of this three tiered beauty make it my favorite from 2015 {plus, I will forever be obsessed with gold accents}. It’s just so elegant and refined, and those sugar flowers? Perfection. -Kim

Elegant White, Gold, and Navy Cake

Photo: Andi Mans

Desserts | Donut Den

This won top spot for my favorite desserts because um, hello? It’s a donut cake. Ever since I was little, I never was too much of a cake fan. Throughout the years, my birthday candles were stuck into donuts, ice cream, and even a Wendy’s burger once. Because of this, I love seeing other people get creative and think outside of the box for their wedding cake! Also, donuts are just delicious. -Katie

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Photos: Cat Lemus Photography & Cinema

Desserts | The Sugar Suite

Our planning clients, Chiara + Danny, truly had such a magical wedding that we’ll never forget! There were so many beautiful details from the stunning floral, to the tables and chairs, and Chiara’s two gorgeous gowns. One of the most memorable details, however, was the lovely cake! The impressive sever tiered dessert, by The Sugar Suite, had hues of blush, ivory and metallic silver, and was adorned with texture and sugar flowers. What once was the ceremony gazebo, turned into the most elegant place to cut the cake with hanging chandelier, draping and floral pieces. -Rachel

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Photos: Sublime Studios

Real Wedding | Sunset Soiree

Our Canadian clients, Ashley + Brad, found the perfect destination wedding venue in Cypress Grove Estate House, and they treated 100 of their closest friends and family to a picture perfect ceremony + reception! Check our more from their wedding {including Ashley’s gorgeous bouquet} here.


Photos: Root Photography