Fashion Friday: July 2015

This beach wedding is the perfect inspiration to help give your wedding a unique spin! This styled shoot, captured by Anne Victoria Photography, showcased a quirky and artsy feel by utilizing a neutral color palette. The bouquet and hair flowers were composed of ornamental kale, wheat, tallow berry, dutch frill tulips, dutch hydrangea, California spray roses, and seeded eucalyptus and provided the perfect pop of color for the non-traditional shoot. The artfully arranged hair flowers by The Color Lounge added a touch of romance as well.  How Sweet It Is Cakes helped perfect the details of the shoot by whipping up delectable little treats! Make sure to check out the original posts on The Wedding Lovely Blog and BeachBride

Featured Wedding: July 2015

Taylor and Jesse's October wedding at the Greysolon Ballroom was pure elegance.  Their attention to detail, from fabulous shoes to family photos to sparklers, made for a truly spectacular event. The simple elegance was only enhanced by the combination of pincushion protea, ranunculus, scabiosa pods, lime hydrangea, hypericum berry ferns, and sprengeri in her vibrant bouquet and floral accents. The Autumn wedding serves as the perfect inspiration for other North Shore couples.  The day's events were exquisitely captured by Bailey Aro Photography. Many more photos can be found here! Also check out that gorgeous cake by The Exchange!

Fashion Friday: June 2015

Gorgeous doesn't even begin to describe this vintage inspired styled shoot. A mix of Duluth and Twin Cities area vendors collaborated to create a romantic setting that would make any bride jealous. Just check out that cake from Copper Hen Cakery & Kitchen! The lush centerpieces, bouts, and bouquets were composed of amnesia roses, ranunculus, Japanese ranunculus, fritillaria persica, jasmine vine, sahara roses, blackberry, hanging amaranthus, dahlias, black baccara roses, and eucalyptus. Anne Victoria Photography and Krista Esterling Photography beautifully captured the 1920s meets modern setup. Make sure to check out the original Ruffled blog post!