Favorite weddings of 2012
It’s the eve before 2013 and we’re in total reminiscing mode. Sigh.. it’s been a heck of a year with a ton of gorgeous weddings. Modern, ruffly, sparkly, outdoor, destination, barn, classic, colorful weddings flooded our inbox this year and we want to take a moment, nah, scratch that – we’ll take the rest of the day to share all of our favorites. There is just so much pretty to share! Ready? Let’s do this!
(Click on the images to take you to the full post to view all the pretty pics from each wedding)
This wasn’t just any wedding. It was the wedding of Miss James of Bluebird Vintage, her man Aubrey, and their beautiful children. It was photographed beautifully by Brooke Schwab and will make your heart feel warm and fuzzy. We promise.
Jesi Haack delivered a major punch of awesome and color in this modern Chicago wedding with a cowhide aisle and table runners, gold balloon table numbers, chevron curtains, graphic signage… ahh, it was a good one!
The bride’s dress swept us away, the photos of the Tuscan backdrop by Lisa Poggi are stunning, the romantic dinner with silver vintage cutlery and those candelabras – yep the entire wedding elegant and enchanting.
Ok, this Palm Springs wedding designed and coordinated by Bash, Please was just a tad insane. So insane that we had to split it up into three parts! Words don’t do it justice, so click on the photo to take you to the full posts!
The letterpress invites, bride’s handmade shoes (made by the groom himself!), and freehand silhouette cutting station at this Portland wedding, photographed by Bryan Aulick were so unique and fun that we had to have it on our fave list!
Sitting in a Tree knew exactly how to make this bride’s wedding sparkle, and EPlove knew exactly how to capture it all. A whole lot of glitter and a whole lot of pink peonies made this one of our favorite sparkly weddings of the year! And how cool is that instax photo canvas as a guest book?
When we found out Taylor Sterling, Founder + Creative Director of The Glitter Guide was getting married and that Edyta Szyszlo would be photographing it, we knew it’d be a fete to remember. It was a stunner, for sure!
Then there was the memorable wedding of our very own Amanda and her husband Tim, photographed by the amazing Max Wanger! It tops the charts as our fave and we’re still reliving it in our minds today. Sorry we’re teasing you with just this one photo, but it will all be worth the wait come spring when it’s released in Martha Stewart Weddings!
There’s enough eye candy here to keep you busy for a good chunk of your day, yes? We’ve got even more coming up as we dig through and pick out our favorite wedding cakes, invitations, dresses and wedding bouquets from the year. Check back in just a bit!
ps. Aren’t you dying to see what all these brilliant photographers and wedding designers have planned for 2013? We can’t wait!