Tanya from Canada loves big, over-the-top, glitz and glam and wanted that reflected in her wedding. What better way than to start with a color combination of classic colors, black and red.
She contacted me thru Etsy and asked me to make a cascading bridal bouquet that reflected her personality and style.
I thought I would share a few of the images that she recently shared with me from her wedding, including the bridal bouquet that I created for her.
First, an image of Tanya and her gals on the wedding day.
The bridesmaid’s wore sleveless black dresses, black gloves, black tights and black shoes. Their glitz and glam? Shiny, rhinestone bracelet’s and 8-10 strand layered pearl necklaces.
Now, take a look at Tanya! Her necklace & veil came from, none other than Etsy of course!
I created her bridal bouquet with the center done in White Calla Lillies surrounded by white open roses and white stephanotis with pearl centers. Sprays of pearls and crystals were mixed into the bouquet with a cascade of all white flowers.
Here’s another look at one of her bridesmaid’s and the bouquet- the bridesmaid’s carried a bundle of all red roses and the groomsmen wore a single red rose.
One last picture to share! What a great image of Tanya with her girls… having fun on her wedding day. That’s what it’s all about!
Anyone adding any glam or glitz to their wedding?
Please share : )
Like what you see? Here are a few places to find Tanya’s looks:
Wedding Veil by FascinatingCreations
Wedding Bouquet by A Stylish Design
Bridal Necklace by The Crystal Rose
Thanks to Mel over at The Oceanside Bride for featuring my burlap ring-bearer pillow.
Love this post featuring many options for the little guy or gal that will be a part of your big day, especially showcasing all of the talent that is on Etsy.
Thanks to Nancy, over at A New York-Newport Wedding Blog, for the recent feature of my moss covered letter’s. She is a wedding planner for the NYC, Newport and Hampton’s area. Love it!
Jennifer is all about the details. Reminds me of someone else I know… hmmm.
She convo’d me thru etsy (for those of you that aren’t hip to the Etsy lingo yet- that means she contacted me) and asked me to create a floral monogram letter for her beach wedding in Virginia. On top of that, she agreed to let me share some of the fabulous details that she used at her wedding. Their photographer, Sam Ellis, took some fun pictures of them on the boardwalk after their wedding. Hey, the day wouldn’t be complete without a game of skee-ball in your wedding duds right! In any case, after rifling thru a few hundred images (I reluctently couldn’t share all of them with you) I decided on a few that I feel really captured the details from Jennifer and Aaron’s wedding day.
First, the happy couple, the dress is to-die-for and the sky- perfect shade of blue!
You know I always call out my favorite and Jennifer’s shoes and purse are it.. hands down, my favorite detail from the day! I know, I know… what about my monogram letter? Well, ok, it’s a tie!
Once you see the dress in more detail you will see how well the purse matched the dress and those shoes… so elegant! And no, the purse was not purchased with the dress. It was an Etsy find- I’m tellin you… Etsy is the place to be!
Jennifer’s bouquet’s consited of white dahlias, roses and ranunculus flowers. The bridesmaid’s carried a smaller bouquet identical to Jennifer’s with a mix of pinks and a pop of red.
Guests were greeted at the reception, which was held at Salero in Rehoboth Beach, DE, by a box filled of white and pink crystals holding their placecards. Attached to each tented placecard was a starfish, a reference to the beach, where their ceremony was held.
Now for my next favorite detail! The monogram “C” that I made for the couples table. Covered on all sides by hot pink carnations to signify the unity of the couples new last name.
I wanted to include another picture of Jennifer and Aaron at their table with the “C”. What a great photo op and that view….
What do you think about this three-tiered wedding card box cake- made by the brides’ sisters! The boxes were accented with gold at the base of each layer, hot pink scrolls and their monogram. Notice the real shells placed on each tier and the cute beach basket in the background to hold extras. Love how creative her sister’s were by pulling in all aspects of the wedding when designing the “cake” wedding card box. Simply said… Lovely.
Now… on to the real cake! YUMMY!
How creative and unique is this guest favor? A treasure chest filled with the best treasures of all… candy! Including taffy (anyother tie-in to the beach theme), rock candy and swirled candy on a stick.
Don’t you just love all of the stylish details from this wedding!
Check out a few of the details here:
Photography by Sam Ellis Photography
The Charlie Clutch by Percyhandmadeon Etsy.
Bridal Necklace by Goldfishone’s shop on Etsy.
Floral Monogram Letter by A Stylish Design on Etsy
Florist- Bayberry Flowers
Cake by Daria Horn of Sweet ‘Art
Bridal Shoes (brand) – Caparros Victor Satin Pump
Bride’s Dress- Allure Couture Collection
Treasure Chest Candy by The Candy Kitchen
So what do you think? I just love the thought and inspiration that went into the details for this wedding. It definitely makes a wedding, simply said, one of a kind.