Today we are delighted to feature another beautiful wedding from one of our favorite Florida Wedding Photographers, Limelight Photography. They submitted to us this beautiful Marco Island, Florida beach wedding, held at Marco Beach Ocean Resort. It's filled with a simple yet bold color palette of royal blue and yellow, a fun photobooth, and most of all a happy couple, all smiles and beaming ear to ear.
Moss covered chandeliers, gorgeous summer flowers, and weeping willows make the perfect recipe for a lovely plantation wedding in Charleston, South Carolina. We are pleased to feature such a wedding submitted to us from Charleston Wedding Photographer Richard Bell. Tori & Ryan's wedding was held at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens. We just love the beauty captured here, it is truly a southern dream wedding.
The bride has shared some details that went into planning their wedding:Our first vision for the wedding was the venue, we knew we wanted to get married outdoors on one of the beautiful plantations in Charleston. We wanted to keep things fairly simple as to not distract from the natural setting of the plantation. We chose to have the bridesmaids wear navy and the groomsmen in grey, with an assortment of blush/neutral colored bouquets, made by one of my bridesmaids. We also had Spanish Moss hung from the chandeliers in the Carriage House. I love the idea of incorporating some of the outdoors into the reception area. Since we got married in July we had large umbrellas set up for the ceremony so our guests could have some shade to sit under.
This again is another example of how to keep things alive and well in marriages, whether it's 6 months, 5 years, 10 years, etc after tying the knot. We just shared an article that had some advice on the topic, if you missed that you can find it here.
Happy Monday all! I am so excited! Why am I excited? Because I love my new Silhouette Portrait, and the fun that can come from it, especially for crafty brides, grooms, anybody!
First of all, what is a Silhouette Portrait, you ask? Why, it's the most amazing crafting machine! It cuts paper, vinyl, fabric, chipboard, and offers countless possibilities. I already have a Silhouette Cameo. I got into this level of crafting when my friend had one, and when I saw what she created I knew I had to have one, too! Luckily for my birthday that year, I was gifted one! Oh boy was I terrible at first, but like all things in life, practice makes perfect.
This shoot isn't for a nearly wed bride to give to her hubby the night of the wedding, by the way. This lovely bride, Stephanie, has been married for 10 years, and this session was a gift to her husband! This comes at a perfect time, as we just shared an advice post yesterday on how to keep things fun and spicy in the marriage-this is sure to keep up the sexy, no doubt! If you'd like to see that article, you can find it here, but after you've seen this shoot...
Here's a great article for you newlyweds, about to be weds, and have been wed for a period of time. Having just entered into year 5 of my marriage, a few tips on keeping things spicy and alive don't hurt! It's harder having a 2 year old, but even before baby there were small ruts, but there's always room for knowledge in helping the marriage stay fresh and new. Enjoy the article, and let us know your thoughts, and how you keep things, or plan to keep things, alive in your marriage.