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.
Before we jump in to today’s fabulous real wedding, let me just quickly share with you my current FAVORITE BOUQUET STYLE IN THE WHOLE FREAKING WORLD, shot by none other than Katie Stoops:
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And now, back to our regularly scheduled programming…
I’m telling you, from the sunflower bouquet to the adorable wittle puppy to the pumpkins of various sizes and hues, I have fallen hook, line and sinker for this romantic country wedding. Katie Stoops is one of my favorite wedding photographers, and this wedding is nothing short of laid-back, family-focused perfection in my book! Greta and David are the picture of love; their undeniable connection is almost palpable as you take in photo after photo. I hope you love them and their big day as much as I do!
Oh I do believe
In all the things you see
What comes is better than what came before
And you’d better run run, run run to me
Better run, run run, run run to me
Better come, come come, come come to me
You’d better run
~ The Velvet Underground (but Katie features the Cat Power cover on her site… and it’s amazing.)
Heaven. I consider this wedding a pure, unadulterated form of heaven. Give me a wedding this intimate, this low-key, this loving and simple, and you’ve given me the world on a plate.
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So, I must start off with the most important piece of news today… well, it was yesterday, but whatever here’s the news:
I’m the newest guest blogger on Style Me Pretty!!! WHAT?! I know! Abby does such a great job over there and I’m having an absolute blast being a part of all the wedding action to be had. I hope you guys like my posts going forward! Be sure to check out the first and second parts of my very first wedding feature! That is, if giant inflatable swans at an elegant backyard wedding are the kinds of things that pique your interest.
See them? See the swans? Yes, they are fake. Yes, I would have wanted to ride them, had I attended Nada and Paul’s wedding. Seriously, how did everybody resist?
I’m currently using this one:
And this next one is the spittin’ image of that super sweet e-session I featured recently on this here bloggity blog. Remember? Now you can have the same-ish background that couple had! And, depending on the size of your computer screen/your personal height, you might be able to pose in front of it for your very own e-session! Yeah, not so much. But all [totally idiotic] kidding aside, I am loving these backgrounds to death!
That quaint little pot of floral yumminess brings up pleasant memories of my fave bouquets! Leslie that is GORG.
I’ve always loved the way those candies look (below)… though I’ve never actually tried them. I feel that I would be disappointed. Are they any good?
Ooooh gosh. I love.love.love. these dresses.
Especially the beige number on Emma Roberts.
Crossing my fingers someone knows and decides to email me about it. Because I love it like I would my own child. That much.
Speaking of gowns, I’m also loving J.Crew’s wedding offerings… and REALLY loving the fact that they’re finally opening up an actual bridal store so that we can all go inside of it and actually TRY ON THEIR WEDDING DRESSES. Because, really, what’s the point if we can’t try them on?
And you know how much I covet their flower girl line. Put that little lady in one of those fancy frocks, and she’ll never change out of it.
Ok, one more thing: I saw these DIY wedding invitations here on Style Me Pretty the other day. How. Fabulous. Are. These. Invitations. How fabulous? The bride designed, cut, perforated, printed and compiled all 200 of them… herself. We should all be so committed to our goals.
Her tools: a sewing machine, paper cutter, home printer, tons of lace, ribbon for days, a crapload of pearls, and hand seals.
Bravo, Rachael. Bravo with your bad self.
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While perusing Martha Stewart Weddings today (I know, what else is new), I stumbled upon some seriously stunning flower power and kinda became obsessed. You kn0w how it is. So, after gathering up my absolute favorites, I thought I’d bring them back here for you guys to see.
Flowers: pink cabbage roses (gathered from Martha’s East Hampton garden)…
Flowers: grape-hyacinth and lavender florets…
Flowers: roses, cactus dahlias, and pompom dahlias (accented with oak leaves and acorns)…
Flowers: ‘Nikko Blue’ hydrangea plus blue lace flower mix with scabiosa and nigella…
Flowers: millinery (fabric) blossoms…
Flowers: giant peonies and ruffly sweet peas…
Flowers: five varieties of roses — ‘Blue Curiosa,’ ‘Rustique,’ ‘Sahara,’ ‘Esther,’ and ‘Magic Silver’ — plus a single saffron ‘Oriental Curiosa’…
Flowers: miniature calla lilies and ranunculuses…
Flowers: anemones + white sweet peas…
Flowers: shaped by hand with fabric and a copper-wire stem…
Flowers: English garden roses, flowering mint stems, olive leaves, fuchsias, and pink pepper berries…