VINTAGE PEACH 2 DRESS WEDDING | Orange You in Love? (It’ll make sense.) + Bambino, obvs. By Jana Williams

Happy late in the day on Tuesday to all of you!  I can’t wait to show you this WEDDING!  But first, the usual total non sequitur.

We don’t currently have heat so it’s been a slightly frigid one here (if you’re in Alaska or doing scientific research on the continent of Antarctica, I’m sorry and you’re right, I don’t know the first thing about what frigid means).  I gotta say, this is one of those times I’m super thankful to have a dog, beyond the *unconditional love and adorableness* part of it, because the occasional Bambino lap-nap has been helping me cope.  His bell is like an Easy Bake Oven, it never gets too hot and it’s like it’s always on, like he’s baking cookies inside, 24/7.  … or poop.  Poop is probably more accurate, as far as what he’s baking BUT I DIGRESS.  I just love how his bell is the perfect temperature, always.  NOTHING like my laptop.  That beach.  If my laptop were a person it would be a pyromaniac.  You really should see the way my thighs look when I tear it off of them like a bandaid after an hour of working on the couch.  You’d call 911.

Here’s the thing: Bambino’s bell is essentially my only available portable heating device, since I’m unwilling to spring for one from the store.  This is because I’m a firm believer in trying to get our building’s management company to understand that 40 degrees outside means leave the heat ON, and not “we turned it off April 1 of this year because, legally, we can.”  Soooooo wish me luck with that.

ANYWHOSIT.  How’s the weather been in your neck of the woods?  Do you have to wear a ski jacket at your desk, like I am today?  Better yet, is it warm enough yet where you are to facilitate an outdoor wedding?  Whenever I catch myself dreaming about my own wedding, I will admit it’s always in an outside setting, and always has been.  I love both kinds; so many indoor venues have INCREDIBLE design elements to them and I definitely love it when I see a good *I never expected a wedding to happen in there!* indoor wedding submission in my inbox.  I love how creative brides get with their venues!  But I love me a good outside wedding like Bambino loves his blueberries.  Actually, speaking of Bambino…………

As promised, here’s another installment of “Conversations with Honey over IM.”  Today, in Convos with Honey, I am pewned.

Me: http://tattly.com/collections/all wish there was a bear one. for the wedding for you and me
Honey: http://tattly.com/products/besties
Me: HA
Honey: for me and bam
Me: oh. >:O

Obviously I’m going to one up him– I’m scheduling tattoos for me and Bams for this coming weekend.  We will be tattoo twinsies – the real kind – and Honey will eat his words.  I’m going to go with something loosely based off of this:

aaaaaand I’m kidding.  Just clarifying that, for any new readers visiting the blog today.  … I am not crazy, I do not get tattoos of my french bulldog.  But if I was that kind of person, to get tattoos of my dog, it would definitely be that one.  I’m just saying.  Or this one, called SNEEZE:

Ok moving right along.  As I was about to get into telling you, we have got a WEDDING of a wedding for you guys, today.  Submitted by the ever lovely Jana of Jana Williams Photographywho is being very tolerant with regard to the Bambino-ness I’ve allowed to dominate this blog post thus far–not only is this shindig outdoors (my fave), but it’s got one of the loveliest palettes ever!  These colors alone.  They’re singing some sweet dulcet tones directly into my amygdala – like, a straight shot right into my medial temporal lobe – and their combined impact on my resultant emotional output is rendering me speechless on the outside/emotional basketcase on the inside.  Here’s a quick little blurb on the basics from the gorgeous bride before we dive in:

LA Attorney Daniel Eisenberg proposed to Art Director Alexandra Sosnovsky at the top of Machu Picchu on New Years Day.  Alexandra designed all of the collateral and event materials for her special day. She even made herself a lace clutch using antique family brooch.  Rooted in tradition, the wedding was hosted at a vintage house surrounded by orchards. Family photos representing many generations graced the mantle of the fireplace.  The food was cooked on-site providing the aroma of a festive family holiday event.   The ceremony preformed by a close friend included music selected by the groom to set the tone of cherished memories.

And from the lovely Jana Williams (… who you may remember as one half of the model couple from a Jose Villa workshop we featured some time ago!  Ooh and this one, too.  Ooh gosh and don’t forget this one!  Jana you’ve been all over this blog, ha):

Alex and Dan are such a cute couple.  They were so playful with each other and their friends on their wedding day.  Alex was really in the moment and soaking it all in. It was a true pleasure capturing these memories for them.

Okie dokie, now on to the wedding!  Starting with her beyond gorgeous dress!

So, what do you think?  Personally, I’m loving the bridesmaids’ bouquets.  So simple and distinguished, yet packing such a punch of color!  And you’ll notice she changed her dress from the ceremony to the reception.  Lovely dress choices, Alexandra!  You look stunning in both. :)

This brings me to today’s big question:

Are you considering/have you considered wearing more than one dress on your wedding day?  Regardless of whether or not you’re getting married, would you want to wear two different looks on your big day?

xoxo  - Alison

Photography: Jana Williams Photography / Submitted via Two Bright Lights / Dress designer: Oleg Cassini / Shoes: Charles David / Bridesmaids’ dresses: Banana Republic / Suit designer: Hugo Boss / Groomsmen’s Suits: Perry Ellis / Hair Stylist: Camilla Marie Mobil / Make-Up Artist: Bebe Booth / Flowers: Funtasia Flowers / Coordinator: Brenda Castro / Caterer: Araz Restaurant, Russian Armenian Cuisine / Cake: Pierre’s Cakes

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28 comments

  1. Lena on April 24, 2012

    You’re killing me with the dress, and those flowers, and the cake, and the damn prettiness of this entire thing, thank you very much. Not to mention the creepy nonsense I just confessed to on Twitter. I feel like I’m entering tattoo territory, and Bambs is just my future frenchie’s husband.

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    • theknottybride on April 25, 2012

      Lena, you seriously kill me. You kill me dead. Dead in a good way.

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  2. Claire on April 24, 2012

    I wore two dresses! Vera for the wedding ceremony and then changed into a shortened dress for the reception. One of me, one for my mother.

    Loved it. You only get to wear white once!

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    • theknottybride on April 25, 2012

      Claire – unless you’re me and you wear white like all the time ;)

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  3. molly on April 25, 2012

    GAH. she looks like a princess!! i didn’t wear two dresses, but i know people who have. i just loved my dress that i couldn’t imagine wearing anything else that day.

    oh and your dog cracks me up!! so cute!

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    • theknottybride on April 25, 2012

      Molly, I know right? She really does look absolutely lovely in her gown.

      And Bam says hi :)

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  4. Ilana on April 25, 2012

    What a beautiful wedding! This is such an inspiration for me – the feeling is exactly what I’m looking for on our wedding day. We’re getting married on the beach with a BBQ/crawfish boil to follow at a rented beach house in Charleston, SC. I love the idea of the cooking all day and smells permeating the house. We will also be framing wedding photos from past generations to display. We definitely want the day to be about the coming together of families and to honor our parents, grandparents, friends, and relatives who have come before us and to celebrate their lasting marriages, as well. Love love love the peach color, too! Just exquisite.

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    • theknottybride on April 25, 2012

      Ilana, sounds incredible, I can’t wait to see how that turns out! Whoever attends your wedding is in for quite the good times, especially food-wise :)

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  5. Caribbean Wedding Events on April 25, 2012

    Loving this color palette…soft peaches and ecru and then a nice tangerine for a bit of boldness.

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  6. The Brides' Maid on April 25, 2012

    I always suggest that my Brides change into more of a party dress for the reception. It completely changes the feel of it and allows their guests to let their hair down. Maybe I’m just partial to it because I had two at my wedding.

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  7. Melissa Dunstan on April 25, 2012

    This is such a pretty, pretty wedding. The soft peach accents create a feminine and romantic touch; perfect for a wedding :)

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  8. Aspen Wedding Photographers on April 26, 2012

    Gorgeous wedding, I love the colors and the brides beautiful head piece…I got married in 2010 and wore a tiara and now I wish I could of had a head piece like this gorgeous bride was wearing :)

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  9. ruthie on April 26, 2012

    Gorgeous, gorgeous wedding. (Pause for a totally unrelated question: where did you get those ripped jeans in your Bambino pic?)

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  10. Katie on May 3, 2012

    This is absolutely gorgeous! I love the dress!!

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  11. Tim Duncan on May 6, 2012

    Love these photos!

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  12. Kaitlin on May 8, 2012

    This Wedding is absolute stunning! Such a breathtaking dress! I also loved the simple elegance of the cake and how it tied in the peach and grey color pallet. Beautiful, fresh and tasteful with a lovely hint of glamour if you ask me!

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  13. Love the old vintage photos!

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  14. Annie Fox on May 20, 2012

    I would love to know where she got those mini antique frames. They are perfect.

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  15. Wedding Photographers on May 26, 2012

    Thank you for sharing your some glamour wedding photo. I think you like glamour picture.

    I like you all beautiful picture.

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  16. Rudy on May 29, 2012

    It looks so beautiful. I love the joy in their eyes. It’s awesome. :)

    The lighting at the reception was awesome, too. :)

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  17. Samantha on June 5, 2012

    OMG this totally reminds me of the modernist theme from the Vera Wang on Weddings app!! IN LOVE!!!

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  18. Samira on June 8, 2012

    What a beautiful dress! Love her shoes!

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  19. Jayne Weddings on June 11, 2012

    Love the neutrals with the pops of color!

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  20. Steph on June 12, 2012

    Love that they tied in the old photos at the venue! Gorgeous!

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  21. SA Wedding Venues on April 3, 2013

    Breathtaking wedding! These roses are gorgeous. Feels very feminine and beautiful!

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  22. SA Wedding Venues on April 3, 2013

    Breathtaking wedding! These roses are gorgeous. Feels very feminine and beautiful! Love the brides dress and the bridesmaids dresses!

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  23. villa Aquamare Nine-Day deal on June 22, 2013

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  24. Dresseshop.ru on January 6, 2013

    Oh, my god! So amazing and stunning, Personally, I’m loving the bridesmaids’ bouquets. So simple and distinguished, yet packing such a punch of color! same way, the wedding dress is also perfect and elegant!

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