Get ready for one adorable engagement shoot! Laney, an elementary school teacher, noticed Robert, a P.E. teacher, right away. She admired him from afar while sending loads inconspicuous emails about gym schedules. After a while, Robert realized her interest and mustered up the courage to ask her out to dinner. The rest was history! Their engagement images, photographed by Sean and Amanda Photography, include apples and chalkboards as a nod to where they first met. I love the mix of rustic images and I can’t get enough of this amazing couple!
Today’s wedding feature is quite a DIY event with amazing modern-vintage flair. Photographed by Mandy Paige Photography, Katie and Jeff were married in Cincinnati, Ohio surrounded by details created by the couple and mother of the bride. Katie collected more than 300 antique brooches to comprise her beautiful bouquet. She also added crystals to her shoes to make them a one of a kind pair. Katie participated in the Bridal Run in Columbus to find the wedding gown of her dreams and in a super unique “trash the dress” session, she and Jeff covered the gown with strokes of paint. They later hung the dress in there home as a fabulous, custom wall art piece.
Apologies for another late post! I came across the above image on Pinterest and fell in love. Created by Xiral Segard, the concrete slices in various shades of gray and white stack to create the needed vase height; so beautiful. This product is not in production yet, and therefore costs a good deal. Below are few more easily attainable options for dressing your wedding tables or venue with chic concrete vessels.
From top to bottom:
#1: Vase Konkurito by Xiral Segard here
#2: Concrete Moss Trio by Obelisk available here
#3: Concrete Drop by Rough Fusion available here
#4: Terrene 3 Series by Terrene Products available here
#5: Concrete Fruit Bowl by Obelisk available here