There’s something to be said about the camp wedding. An entire weekend of outdoor activities with friends & family sounds nice, right? Sage + Thomas had their guests camp out at Camp Lane near Florence, Oregon (with no cell phone service). Folks stayed in tree houses, lean-tos, yurts, an A-frame or came ready with their own tent. Leah Verwey showed up the morning of the wedding to photograph and everyone was hanging out in their casual clothes, playing games and drinking out of their designated weekend mason jar. The day turned from formal ceremony & dinner, and then retreated back to casual camp dancing and fire pit gazing. Ah.. so perfect for the spring and summer months…
You have got to admit, the name of this all natural luxury fragrant line, You Smell caught your attention, right? That and their great vintage packaging? Us too. The names of their products, the cheeky copy on the sides of their bars and their phenomenal smells are great conversation starters… and bridal shower/ wedding/ party favors (wink wink). Who doesn’t love trying out new bath & body products? That’s why we’re so excited to have this scrumptious new line in the Pop-Up Shop starting today!
These pretty bottles are new to their line and are launching today! They’ve spent over a year developing them and may just be the best thing you’ll ever do for your skin, not to mention they smell absolutely amazing.
Looking for something truly unique to have at your wedding or add to your guest’s welcome totes? Definitely snatch up their Paper Soap products. They’re commonly used throughout Europe and Asia, and You Smell has brought it to the U.S. They’re especially useful for outdoor weddings where guests might interact with sand or dirt.
You can find their Paper Soap in Lemon Verbena or Divine scents in the Pop-Up Shop as well as many of their other products now on sale!
Hailey + Jordan grew up in a small town, wanted to keep their wedding theme simple, somewhat rustic, have their friends and family contribute, and host it all with a champagne taste on a beer budget. Did they do it? Of course, and it turned out perfect. With Jordan being a craftsman, they were able to make most of their decorations. And with a friend owning a local venue, they were able to celebrate on a rustic farm with all 150 of their guests.
There’s just something about the anemone. It’s dressy and special-feeling and no matter how often we seem them, we never tire of seeing their pretty heads peek out of a lush bridal bouquet. They’re also only available certain times of year, but if you’re one of the lucky ones who chooses to get married in the late winter and early spring, we’re betting you’re tempted to request at least a few of these in your bridal flowers. Here are 12 stunners we can’t stop looking at, that we hope will inspire your big day.
Janet and James are a very simple and relaxed couple, so for their engagement shoot they wanted to capture a very natural vibe that reflected what their day-to-day life is like. Caroline Tran decided to do a lifestyle shoot with them, documenting them hanging out around a gorgeous Hollywood Hills home (that actually belongs to a friend of theirs) that had recently been featured in Architecture Digest. It was all together a down to earth, casual but of course slightly glammed-up shoot.