I started reading Arielle’s blog, A Beautiful Journey, just after my son was born. Arielle’s point of view on love, life and motherhood are so refreshingly honest and heart warming, and her photographs are the visual equivalency of steaming cup of hot coca on a cold winter’s night. Case in point, this wooded Kentucky engagement session which Arielle was kind enough to share with us.
There once was a dashing young man named Hayden who wanted nothing more than to propose to his longtime love, Julie. Being the thoughtful and oh-so-sensitive guy that he is, Hayden crafted a proposal story based upon Julie’s favorite series, Sex and the City. Together with Sarah and Mariann of Blue Daisy Weddings, the day unfolded in a series of unforgettable iconic moments.
Wedding planning is a hectic, and even hellish time for all brides – but add to the pyre the stress of making your own wedding dress by hand? Plus five bridesmaid dresses? It’s a trial few brides could withstand. But sew-happy Portland bride Suzannah was determined to create her perfect dress piece-by-piece. The result: this gray tulle daydream!
Amazing, isn’t it? Ralph Lauren can now be credited with crafting two of this year’s most stunning wedding gowns. The first, for daughter Dylan, was a silk tulle-and-duchess satin dress with the mermaid hem. (Notably not strapless.) And now this.
Mesmerising doesn’t even begin to describe how we feel about this black and white bridal fashion shoot by Josh Zuckerman. Inspired by the work of photographer John Goodman, whose series Boxers and Ballerinas explored the intuitive movement of the body, the images Josh created here are equally as stirring.