Monthly Archives: March 2014
Posted by johnna-patton on March 26th, 2014
They say having rain on your wedding day is good luck…..Chelsea and Edward weren’t afraid of a little weather! Adventure seekers buy nature–Chelsea, a live television producer and Edward, a professional race car driver . They held their ceremony outside at the V3 Ranch in Breckenridge, Colorado as the storm moved in. Thank you Wes Johnson for braving the weather and capturing the day!
Posted by elizabeth waldmann on March 21st, 2014
I love going to thrift stores. You never know what treasures you might find. I think I got this trait from my dad because at his house this summer he gave me some curtains he bought at a garage sale. The curtains would be hideous hanging up in a home (sorry dad) but cut up and placed on a wedding table for napkins, gorgeous! That’s when I had the idea to start buying curtains at thrift stores to make napkins out of for our wedding. The criteria, they had to equal less than $.41 each (how much a rental company rents their napkins for) and well, pretty. The different colors and patterns on the tables cut down on the need for elaborate, expensive flowers. Plus, my family has been in on the fun of hunting for different curtains. Love!
Posted by johnna-patton on March 19th, 2014
On a day like today, where the temperature will barley reach thirty (brrrrr), a wedding like this Tulum celebration is just what the doctor ordered! Nicole and Paul got married on the beach at Ana y Jose in beautiful Tulum Mexico. It was just one of those weddings that you could feel the love. The ceremony was heartfelt and extremely personal. June Cochran Photography captured the very essence of the day, and that essence was warm waters, white sand, and buckets full of sweet love!
Posted by elizabeth waldmann on March 17th, 2014
Posted by elizabeth waldmann on March 15th, 2014
I absolutely love the idea of using your mother’s old wedding dress as your wedding dress. When Rachael from Rachael Grass Photography and I were talking about being more ‘green’ during a wedding, we knew we needed to include this. Fashion has changed through the years so (with your mom’s approval of course) you can take a piece of what you really love about your mom’s dress and have a seamstress transform it into something that you will cherish forever. That way you can have something you love and a part of something that your mother did.