by: Lauren

The Fall wedding season is just around the corner, and I’m loving that what I’ve been seeing involves adding more color and prints in autumnal wedding designs. Incorporating pops of color into your wedding day attire is a fabulous way to add a bit of subtle color to your day, so I thought I would share a few of my favorite combinations using some of BHLDN’s newest items! From bridesmaid dresses and wedding gowns, to earrings, shoes, and sashes, you can definitely add a bit of color to the look that you and your maids will be donning with these beauties…

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Do you have a favorite out of all these gorgeous options? I for one am absolutely IN LOVE with the Floriography Pumps and the Brooklyn Dress (which looks pretty amazing on- I’ve tried it myself)!

How are you planning on incorporating color into your wedding day attire? I’d love to hear your plans!

 

Disclosure: This post is partially sponsored by ELD partner, BHLDN. Some links are affiliates, and Every Last Detail may receive a small portion of a sale made from them.



by: Lauren

Inspired by the cult classic Labyrinth, these romantic wedding ideas are full of whimsy, elegance, and so much beauty. A blush and gold color palette and lush florals surrounded by soft wisps of fabric create a setting that is both romantic and whimsical- like something right out of a fairytale. Captured beautifully by Claire Pacelli Photography, you don’t want to miss out on this fabulous inspiration…

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I love the elements that were incorporated as nods to Labyrinth, and that it is all still entirely applicable to a romantic wedding design. Even more so, I love the concept to draw inspiration for your wedding from a favorite movie!

 

Vendors who made it all happen…

Photographer: Claire Pacelli Photography / Reception Venue: Up the Creek Farms / Wedding Planner/Coordinator: Anna Christine Events / Flowers & Decor: Flowers By Lesley / Rentals: A Chair Affair, Inc. / Cake Baker: Everything Cake / Cake Baker: Two Sweets Bake Shop / Invitations & Stationery: Dogwood Blossom Stationery & Invitation Studio / Bridal Salon: L.A. Bridal Boutique / Hair & Makeup: Marigold Scott On Location Hair & Makeup / Groom’s Attire: Absolutely Fitting


by: Carly

Ever since today’s romantic Charleston wedding landed in my inbox, I’ve been unabashedly biased toward it. Although I’m not from Charleston, I spend much of my time in this beautiful city, and I can attest to Lauren and Ali’s desire to celebrate the natural beauty of their venue, Boone Hall Plantation. Lauren and Ali’s neutral color palette draws your eye to the details of the setting (their flower girls are too cute!), and the garden-like florals only enhance the romantic feel. Beautifully planned by Natalie Knox at Boone Hall Plantation and Southern Protocol, and stunningly captured by Paige Winn Photo, this wedding is one not to be missed. Welcome to Charleston, friends!

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What (or who) helped you most in your planning process and/or on your wedding day?

Natalie Knox (Boone Hall Plantation) and Pamela Chakides (Southern Protocol)

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What was the most important thing to you when deciding who to work with for your wedding?

Someone who was organized and could take the reins on the planning since I live in NY and I am not local to Charleston.

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What was your inspiration for your wedding details and/or design?

Romantic and a little shabby chic

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What was your favorite thing about your wedding?

I loved the venue…I didn’t think it need much décor because it was so beautiful.

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What is your best piece of advice for other brides?

On the day of don’t sweat the small things that don’t go right or exactly how was planned.

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There are few things similar to driving down the Alley of Oaks as you’re welcomed to a wedding, and the Cotton Dock is one of the most picturesque settings one could ever hope to enjoy while celebrating a couple’s new nuptials. I hope you enjoyed this Charleston wedding as much as I did!

 

Vendors who made it all happen…

Photographer: Paige Winn Photo / Wedding Planner/Coordinator: Natalie Knox at Boone Hall Plantation / Wedding Planner/Coordinator: Southern Protocol / Venue : Boone Hall Plantation / Flowers & Decor: Charleston Stems / Catering: Cru / Equipment Rentals : Snyder Events / Hairstylist: Updo Charleston / Cinema an Video : Hart to Heart Media / Rentals: Vintage Rentals


by: Carly

Danielle and Christopher wanted their guests to feel as though they were catching a glimpse of their love story while at their New York City wedding. From the traditional ceremony where they first saw each other, to the twinkling lights of the city that served as a backdrop, it most certainly did. Each and every detail of Danielle and Christopher’s wedding reflected their desire to plan a classically elegant black, white, and gold celebration with pops of vintage that honored the city. However, it’s the fireworks show at the end of their wedding that I adore the most. The duo met at Atlantis and got engaged on July 4th (their favorite holiday!), so it was only fitting for Christopher to surprise Danielle with fireworks- complete with a stunning New York City backdrop! Danielle and Christopher’s vision came to life beautifully, and I’m thrilled we’re able to share the photos by V List Member Alexis June Weddings with you!

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What (or who) helped you most in your planning process and/or on your wedding day?

Throughout the planning process I found Pinterest to be a great place to find inspirational and out of the box ideas. Also my planner Vivian Bifulco at Liberty House was extremely helpful. She was there to answer every question or email I had and believe me there were many. She stayed for the majority of the reception making sure everything went off without a hitch.

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What was the most important thing to you when deciding who to work with for your wedding?

The most important thing for me when choosing our vendors was choosing people who shared our vision and really understood who we were as a couple and what we wanted out of our wedding day. I must have spoken to at least 6 other photographers before I met Brandi of Alexis June Weddings. I know it might sound silly but these are the people who will be with you on the biggest day of your life so its important to like them, not just there work but them as a person. I set up phone and in person meetings; I did lots of on-line research, read reviews, and checked out their websites, so do your research before making your decision.

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What was your inspiration for your wedding details and/or design?

My wedding dress was the biggest inspiration for the design and decor of the wedding. The lace on my gown inspired all of the romantic touches throughout the reception space. I knew I had to have tons of tea light candles throughout the space mixed in with hints of rustic charm. I also drew inspiration from the time of year (late fall) and from our venue. 

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What was your favorite thing about your wedding?

My favorite part of the wedding (other than marring my husband) has to be the 15 minute fireworks show my husband surprised me with. The Fourth of July has always been one of our favorite holidays, we love seeing the fireworks and watching the hotdog eating contest, (we watch it every year). It is also the day my husband proposed to me while we were vacationing at the Atlantis in the Bahamas for our 7 Year anniversary (it is also the place we met). The fireworks were so special to me; it was something I will never forget. 

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What is your best piece of advice for other brides?

My advice to other brides would be to do your research and get to know your vendors before you book with them. These people will be spending a lot of time with you on a high stress day so get to know them before you book, make sure its a match. Also I wouldn’t be afraid to think outside the box to make it your own, there are no rules, do what works for you and your husband to be. Make it personal; you want your guests to know your love story so tell it, it’s all in the details.

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What is your main piece of inspiration for your wedding day? Let us know in the comments!

 

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