Nothing like gettin in the kitchen with your hunny and making a delicious breakfast as a great fodder for an engagement shoot. In case this post makes you hungry, here’s the recipe from Smitten Kitchen. I’ll definitely be trying it out myself.
[images from Christine Han]
Bridal showers can be so…well, pastel sometimes. They always seem to be chock full of pinks, baby yellows and lavenders. That might be great for a baby shower, but I love the idea of making it super graphic with a base of black and white. That way, if it’s a co-ed shower, the guys won’t feel like they’ve stepped into a powder puff! Once you’ve established your base, I love punching it up with bright colors from the food to the flowers. It doesn’t even have to be a ton of color…just pairing one would be striking and refreshing! How convenient would it be to register for gifts in the same palette?? There are so many options at Target that you’ll have no problem covering all your color bases.
And don’t forget to enter your “Be Yourself, Together” themed photos over at Brit & Co, where the grand prize winner will receive a $500 giftcard to Target and 4 additional winners will get $100 giftcards! You can enter until 10/15, so get those photos entered!
Cake toppers are a wonderful way to bring the personality of the wedding couple to life. It can be humorous, lovey, or just plain beautiful. Here are a collection of my favorite modern cake toppers for your modern wedding.
by Brittany Jepsen of The House That Lars Built
I have 75 guests that can back me up on this but I was literally the chillest bride ever. That’s what I remember most about that day, the way I felt, which was calm, joyous & aware. That’s a result, really, of those aforementioned guests & all the rest of the kind & immensely talented humans it took to interpret our love story into one unforgettable day. So, to our family, friends & vendors: a wholehearted thank you. Your presence & support on that day is the foundation of our memories.
I think being a carefree bride is a chose & it starts in the planning process. My husband & I are both in creative fields (he is a software developer, I am a fashion editor/stylist), so creating a certain aesthetic was important to us so we made it a priority to hire people whose eye & work we believed in & could trust to channel our vision & sensibility. Then we just let them bring the elements of their expertise to us. That’s my biggest advice to future brides’s to be: hire well, worry less.
[images from Brookelyn Photography]
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