Just say yes to giant paper flowers. Check out the details over on 100 Layer Cake.
photograph by Ali Degraff photography.
I’m totally feeling this backdoor wedding. I love the super simple decor of wood poles and strips of fabric. It is perfect. Go to Green Wedding Shoes to see more.
Photos by Love Me Do Photography
Happy Friday! Here is a picture of my family from my friend, Rebecca’s wedding. She made a photobooth inspired by Chalotte Mann’s trompe l’oeil style walls. It turned out really cute. This photo was taken by Clay Brown but I have to give a shout out to Angela Smith the photographer who took the photobooth photos at the reception in LA. She saved the day at the last minute and was a dream to work with. If you need an LA based wedding photographer, check her out.
I also write for Babble.com, here are this week’s posts:
Find out where I got Moses’ suspenders from the photo above.
Paris in a Bag (I love these.)
The cutest hat I’ve ever seen.
I’m in love with this bottle. Confetti!
They took the words right out of my mouth.
I loved this wedding invitation suite designed by Nichole Tremblay at Coral Pheasant and printed at Studio on Fire. My favorite part is how they got creative with the envelope orientation and the stamp on the RSVP envelope. I love to geek out on letterpress stuff. Other letterpress stuff I’m having a crush on: this florescent pink edging and this color gradient wedding invitation.
Here is my new article for Project Wedding. We used floral origami paper to make easy pinwheels and then created a little pinwheel rack so guests could pick them off the wall. The whole project is really easy and costs less than $20.
Photos/Styling/Concept by Jordan Ferney for Project Wedding.
Thanks to Brooke Berger for modeling.