Step into Your Wedding Shoes!

Oct 30 2014

If the Wedding Shoes Fit…

Your wedding shoes are a big deal! They have to be comfortable, safe to walk in, as well as coordinate with your wedding style and scheme. How do you choose? If you’re just starting to look {which is always fun!} here are 12 gorgeous shoes from real weddings and real brides. From high heels to flats to peep toes and platforms, be inspired for your wedding look on your big day!

What type wedding shoes will you be wearing?

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Pink peep toes with crystal applique from this elegant museum wedding

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Royal blue flats with pearl embellishments from this Napa Valley winery wedding

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White rhinestone-embellished platform from this fall wedding at an aboretum

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Robin egg blue with bow ties belongs to this sweet DIY farm wedding

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Vibrant cobalt blue peep toe heels from this colorful California English garden wedding

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Pretty pink peep toes with crystal embellishments from this elegant golf course wedding

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Fabric flats are from this gorgeous and cozy winter wedding in navy, silver and white

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Blush pink with bow ties from this orchard wedding and barn reception

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Lace flats from this lovely rose garden wedding with mansion reception.

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Champagne colored heels with rhinestones from this classic wedding at the Par-a-Dice Hotel

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Red pumps from this snowy spring wedding in tiffany blue and red

 

If you still need help deciding and before you buy, check out this fab article from Emmaline Bride: 7 wedding shoe mistakes to avoid.

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Rustic, Fall Bridal Portrait Session

Oct 29 2014

Fall Bridal Portrait Session on a Louisiana Horse Farm

Kristin wanted to have a bridal portrait session before her wedding day and had the idea of including horses as well. She and photographer, Erika Parker settled on this gorgeous Louisiana locale–a horse farm with lots of great textures and photo ops. The horses, stables and rustic backdrop was the perfect place to fulfill Kristin’s portrait sesh desires. Gorgeous in every way, we love the images they captured and Kristin looks absolutely stunning and ready for her big day. Congrats to our bride-to-be!

Will you be having a bridal portrait session before your wedding day?

Rustic Bridal Portrait Session

Credits
Photographer:  Photography by Erika Parker | Floral Designer: Lance Hayes Flowers | via Two Bright Lights

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Gorgeous {Wine-themed} Fall Engagement Photos

Oct 28 2014

Wine-themed Fall Engagement Photos

Jack and Loan’s fall engagement photos were a sweet culmination of their long history together. They’ve known each other since they were kids–and Jack has always had a {huge!} crush on Loan. Finally as teenagers, the crush turned into something more when Jack got up the courage to present her with a rose and ask her out on Valentine’s Day. Now, over a decade later, they’re engaged to be married! We’re happy to share this sweet wine-themed e-sesh from CW Photography by Marie. Taken by a beautiful lake in Fairfield, Connecticut, this session is super playful, and joyous. Happy. Happy. Enjoy!

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Our best wishes to Jack and Loan!

Credits
Photographer:  CW Photography by Marie | via Two Bright Lights

 

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Color Monday: Elegant Halloween Wedding Ideas

Oct 27 2014

Halloween Wedding Ideas + Inspiration

Eek, it’s almost Halloween! Are you having a Halloween wedding, or just want to put a small, spooky spin on your event? We’ve got a few edgy + elegant Halloween wedding ideas for you that just might have you pining for a party that’s all fun {without all the frightening}. Some of the ways you can put a little edge on your elegance is through a dark color scheme as well as feathers in your attire and décor–think mystery and masquerade balls. Whimsical in nature, feathers are also a great textural element for your bouquet and a sweet graphic element you can carry throughout your look. Be inspired–for an all hallows eve event!

Colors: Black | Silver | Custom Purple

Square Wedding Program from the Platinum Brocade design suite. Get a free sample {personalized in these colors}.

Elegant Halloween wedding ideas + Wedding Program from MagnetStreet

Deets on the Suite…
This Square Wedding Program belongs to the Platinum Brocade design suite. With vintage appeal, this suite features a lovely script font and a brocade pattern–perfect for a vintage look and feel. Change the look and feel further–just by changing the colors and fonts. Did you know that you can have any colors you want {even create custom colors}!

Get a Free Custom Sample…
Request a free sample of Vintage Bloom Wedding Program {or, find a different design to personalize}.

  Free Wedding Program Sample from MagnetStreet

 

Credits
For allowing us to use their photography, much thanks to…

Couple and Dress by The Hons Photo | Feather and Candies by Eva Derrick Photography {via Ruffled} | Pumpkin by White Rabbit Studios {via 100 Layer Cake} | Bride by Chantel Marie | Bouquet by Michelle Johnson Photography {via Offbeat Bride}

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