I’ve always been a fan of minimalist styles because I firmly believe that there’s beauty in simplicity. Today’s feature is one of those events that I’m totally digging for the obvious reason. Adrian and Joan‘s wedding, with touches of blue and blush pink, is so elegant. The details are really sophisticated and effortlessly stylish. I’m actually swooning over their welcome signage made of glass with greenery and lighted candles. It looks super classy, I swear! Thanks to the stylist behind for these – Timeless Event Design. You should see the entire set from KC Professional Photography because the photos are definitely worth pinning. Enjoy!
A wedding with kids can be a handful, and if you’re not prepared, you might face potential mishaps here and there. Having a child-friendly wedding is something to seriously consider if you have a lot of family and friends with kids coming along. It will help in having a smooth-flowing wedding, and the parents will thank you for it! Here are six ways you can achieve a child-friendly wedding.
(1) Ask your venue or caterer to prepare a kid’s menu.
Give the kids a meal selection that they will love. Some kids get fussy over meals that they’re not familiar with and they will not appreciate food that is for the mature palette. Ask your venue or caterer to prepare a fun menu for them so they can enjoy the food as well.
Somewhere between the earth and sea, surrounded by rocky terrain and beckoning waves, Julxy and Michael had an intimate engagement shoot. They strolled along the rocky shores hand in hand, and they savoured the ocean breeze as caught Julxy’s veil and wrapped the lovers in a sweet embrace. Aside from the romantic scenes of the two, the details of this pre-wedding shoot were also so beautiful. I love Julxy’s lace dresses and Michael’s matching look. And the beautiful bouquet that the bride-to-be was holding was made by Julxy herself! Also we cannot stop looking at the silk ribbons from Water Lilies Styling. We have La French Touch Photography to thank for bringing this special couple our way.
In recent season collections, designers have been coming up with gorgeous wedding gowns that reveal a little more skin, and hug and emphasize women’s curves a little more than what your parents, more so your grandparents, may be used to. Plunging necklines, sheer fabric, high hemlines, and even bare backs are hot trends today. So, the question many brides face nowadays is, “How do you wear such a gown without causing a ruckus among the parents, grandparents, and aunties and uncles?” Well ladies, here are a few tips to help you pull of that sexy wedding dress you have your eyes on without scandalizing the conservative members in the family.
A subtle, sexy style that goes with any body type and is, therefore, a very popular choice among brides, is sheer or nude fabric with sparse embellishments such as lace or appliqué. This style gives the illusion of revealing a lot of skin. To keep it tasteful, opt for designs with larger cut-outs or panels so that you have a little more coverage.
I haven’t seen a wedding as cozy as this in a while, and it’s also extra gorgeous, by the way. Eilidh and Will got married in a small open rooftop in Duddell’s adorned with a lot of greens and warm canopy lights. The reception that followed was also in the same green and white color theme mimicking the fresh and natural feel of the outdoors. To spice it up a little, the couple opted for some quirky details like Eilidh’s shoes, and the groomsmen’s Adidas Originals attire. Walk this way and browse more or Patrick Photography‘s photos get caught up on this sweet and simple union with is!