Posts Tagged ‘pink’
Taeim and Sam’s destination wedding in Honolulu is bringing us full circle after last week’s DIY wedding in Maui and this ombre ocean color palette inspired by the same island.
And while we’re on the topic of all things tropical, stay tuned for a HUGE giveaway announcement next week which will give one lucky Perfect Bound reader the chance to plan a dreamy beach vacation of their own. Hawaii, anyone?
We were so excited to receive this gorgeous wedding submission from Solas Weddings! Jacqueline and Ricky’s classic Irish manor wedding celebration was a beautiful juxtaposition of modern glamour and natural splendor. The sensuous palette of fallen fruit, centuries old stone, and good old fashioned revelry (not to mention that adorable tiny Spider Man) makes this easily one of our favorite weddings of 2011 – The bride looked absolutely exquisite in her lace illusion neckline Ciara Bridal gown, which she tastefully paired with a white fur stole and birdcage veil by Stacey Hannan Designs for a lavish dose of vintage glam.
We initially fell in love with this wedding because of the bride’s gorgeous, blush colored gown from designer Carla Zampatti – but we also adore this wedding sophisticated, neutral palette, its fun vintage touches, and its slightly shabby chic vibe. Our joyous bride and groom are Kevin and Holly, an Irish groom and an Australian bride that met and fell in love in London, and now make their home together in Sydney.
For all you long distance lovers, this weekend’s engagement story is dedicated to you. Jen and Ryan have been dating for years, but spent the past year as a long distance couple. Despite the distance, they managed to keep their chemistry in tact and are now enjoying some serious good times (in the same city) […]
We’re sticking our stylish noses back in the book today with another creative library wedding, this time photographed by Paige Winn Photo. Laurie and Craig were married at Bond Chapel at the University of Chicago. A reception at the Newberry Library followed. The bride is a librarian, so the setting was a perfect fit.