When we want to give our world a vintage tinge, we usually slap an Earlybird filter on our photo, ‘gram it, and bam—call it a day. It does the trick alright, but it’s nothing compared to what With Loves and Embers, Momental Designs, and Forevermore Events came up with. Inspired by a worn sepia photograph, this team of Utah creatives envisioned a rosy scene shot in full color, with richly painted moments, custom textiles, and foil stationery set amidst the red rock landscape. We do looove Instagram, but you can’t do that on your iPhone!
We don’t know what’s prettier, that tablescape or the view behind it… Srsly unreal.
How gorg is this blush Watters gown?
Thanks to everyone below for sharing their beautiful work with us!
Photographer: With Loves and Embers / Concept, Styling, Stationery & Custom Linens: Momental Designs / Production & Design: Forevermore Events / Location: Sand Hollow Resort in Hurricane, Utah / Hair & Makeup: Julie Thomas / Florals: Bloomers / Calligraphy: Moya Minns / Sweets: Carly from 25 Main / Vintage Rentals: Big Day Vintage / Gowns: Watters
Nope, not an editorial from the pages of Vogue or Elle. Just one chic engagement session from Jana Williams Photography! Brittney loves clothes and Shaney loves cars, so they incorporated both of those elements into their magazine-worthy e-sesh. Brittney + Shaney really brought it on the fashion front, and it doesn’t hurt that they look like models either.
Such a fun costume change.
Jana says, Engagement sessions are such an amazing opportunity for brides to work with their photographers before the wedding—a practice run, if you will. I always encourage my clients to be themselves during the shoot.
For more inspiration check out our Wedding Ideas section + Pinterest boards.
Photographer: Jana Williams Photography / Vintage Porsche: Classic Car Rental in Marina Del Ray / Dress: ALC / Tulle Skirt: Custom
You wanna know why we love party hats, Cakies? You put on a party hat and you can’t help but feel festive. Plus they make for some way cute Instagram ops (#adorbs). But today we’re sharing a little something from Cambria Grace Photography that goes beyond any party hats we’ve ever seen before. For this DIY, Pollen Floral Design and Lauren Wells Events fashioned party hats out of natural-colored cardboard and the most stunning fresh blooms. Just gorgeous.
Check out the tutorial below, and then after you do that, pop on over to our sister site, Cakelet, to see the equally adorable confetti party hat DIY that we’re sharing today. Now here’s Pollen Floral Design with the step-by-step instructions…
- party hats
- hot glue gun
- fresh flowers
1. Assemble the party hat. (To achieve a natural cardboard look as shown in our photos, we bought party store hats and just turned them inside out).
2. Clip off all flower stems, so only flower heads remain.
3. Using the hot glue gun, place a dollop of glue on a flower head, and then place the flower on the hat.
4. Use a mixture of smaller blooms to fill in the spaces between the larger flowers.
5. Flowers will begin to wilt quickly after your hat is assembled. You can place your hat in the refrigerator to help them last longer. For best results, make your hat an hour or two before you plan to wear it.
Photographer: Cambria Grace Photography / Concept & Styling: Lauren Wells Events / Floral Design & DIY: Pollen Floral Design