April 2017 Wedding Wednesday: Karley & Tayler {Part 1}

Karley & Tayler were married on a bright November day at Clyde Iron Works in Duluth, Minnesota. Karley used to work at our shop & we couldn't have been more excited for her wedding. With Karley's artistic style & Tayler's love for the outdoors, we knew this wedding would be one for the books! From the ladies wearing hair crowns paired with cozy sweaters over their gorgeous dresses, the ax groomsmen gifts & Karley's epic hair straight out of the Little Mermaid {hair goals} -- we are still in awe of the love & magic of that day. So many personal elements were incorporated into this wedding including letterpress invitations made by the bride {who happens to be a kick-ass graphic designer--she also designed our logo--thanks, doll}. There wasn't a dry eye during the ceremony--trust us, we were there.

We had an absolute blast selecting the perfect blooms for our girl. We met numerous times discussing all of the details & came up with just the look. Dusky smokebush, lush peonies, ranunculus, scabiosa, a variety of eucalyptus, rose-hips, dusty miller, hanging amaranthus, fall foliage, & heavy on the roses {in honor of the bride's middle name} made up the bride's stunning bouquet. The bridesmaid bouquets consisted of copious amounts of greenery {including a staff favorite: carolina sapphire} coordinating with the free-form & organic styling of the bride's bouquet. 

If you feel like crying your face off -- check out their wedding video here.

If you want to see their sweet red-headed dog baby & their engagement shoot--click here.

Kiley Marissa Photography did such an amazing job capturing the energy that day -- take a look below!

Photography: Kiley Marissa Photography
Ceremony & Reception Venue: Clyde Iron Works
Videographer: Amanda Johnson
Makeup & Hair Artistry: Friend of Bride
Stationery: Karley Rose Design

 

 

May 2016 Wedding Wednesday

 

This month's Wedding Wednesday features the gorgeous Sarah & Phil. We were so thrilled to work with this wonderful couple and were happy to contribute to their special day. The ceremony took place at Mont Du Lac & reception at Clyde Iron Works - All captured by the talented Brian Bossany. With pastel tones mixed with pops of deep reds, the bouquets & boutonnieres consisted of seeded eucalyptus, garden roses, dahlia, astilbe, hydrangea, & stock. We cannot forget to mention how adorable the Bent Paddle cake was (we are seriously obsessed)! This wedding is perfect for all your wedding inspiration - with gorgeous designs, location, photos, and couple. What more do you need? 

Featured Wedding: April 2015

Eric & Alexis's wedding day was just gorgeous - gorgeous couple, gorgeous weather, gorgeous flowers, gorgeous everything!

Eric & Alexis's wedding day was just gorgeous - gorgeous couple, gorgeous weather, gorgeous flowers, gorgeous everything!

They primped and prepped at   Duluth's stately     Cotton Mansion . The obvious choice for makeup artistry?  Derick Cich . Duh ;) Side note: would you get a load of the veil? Whoa! 

They primped and prepped at Duluth's stately Cotton Mansion. The obvious choice for makeup artistry? Derick Cich. Duh ;) Side note: would you get a load of the veil? Whoa! 

Alexis's bouquet consisted of echeveria, air plants, Dutch hydrangea, silver brunia, & eucalyptus.

Alexis's bouquet consisted of echeveria, air plants, Dutch hydrangea, silver brunia, & eucalyptus.

Eric's boutonniere featured   e  cheveria, bear grass, and silver brunia. The teal ribbon wrap really made it pop!

Eric's boutonniere featured echeveria, bear grass, and silver brunia. The teal ribbon wrap really made it pop!

The actual wedding was held at  Clyde Iron Works , a former manufacturing plant turned warm industrial venue and restaurant in Duluth's Lincoln Park neighborhood. Each bridesmaid carried a simple, elegant bouquet of gypsophila. Fun fact: Alexis made each of the bridesmaid's dresses by hand. How cool is that?!?

The actual wedding was held at Clyde Iron Works, a former manufacturing plant turned warm industrial venue and restaurant in Duluth's Lincoln Park neighborhood. Each bridesmaid carried a simple, elegant bouquet of gypsophila. Fun fact: Alexis made each of the bridesmaid's dresses by hand. How cool is that?!?

Eric and Alexis chose (wisely!)  Mad Chicken Studio  to capture their big day. We think all of the lovely images speak for themselves! Want even more pictures? Check out the awesome  blog post  on Mad Chicken Studio's website. Still didn't get enough? Don't miss Eric and Alexis's feature on  The Knot !

Eric and Alexis chose (wisely!) Mad Chicken Studio to capture their big day. We think all of the lovely images speak for themselves! Want even more pictures? Check out the awesome blog post on Mad Chicken Studio's website. Still didn't get enough? Don't miss Eric and Alexis's feature on The Knot!