I can’t believe it’s been a month since we’ve first released this round-up feature of our monthly favorites and here we are again, giving you some of the standout and interesting bouquets, cakes, details, outfits, shoes and engagement shots (NEW!) we have compiled throughout the month of November. Enjoy lovelies for it was a month filled with amazing wedding details!
There’s a reason why (usually) sunflowers look good as it is as bouquets. No need for any lavish side decorations. This bouquet choice looks best when your wedding colors are nature-centered (i.e greens, browns)
The way this bouquet was arranged made it look like a sophisticated stick of cotton candy. Sweet and feminine – perfect combination!
Decor & Details
“Please find your pencil and have a seat” can scare any person because it sounds like something a teacher would say as she is about to give you a 100-item exam. But not in this scenario! This wedding of two school teachers figured that they should add something academic in their special day so they used pencils with tags for place cards.
Portraying the famous painting “American Gothic” by Grantwood made this one stand out from the rest of the wedding portraits. Very unusual but still, very unique!
Wedding Day Outfits
See! If mismatched is done right, it can look more coordinated than some bridesmaids dresses that has similar colors. But I guess the number of bridesmaid this wedding had made way for these hues and colors to work much better..
Our bride changed to this lovely turquoise dress after the ceremony and look how pretty it is.
This is a perfect inspiration for a groom’s suit and a bridal gown if you intend to have a Victorian Era or flapper themed wedding. Very chic and vintage.
It’s not every wedding you can say “I matched shoes with my groom!”
Here’s a new addition to our monthly favorites – some of our favorite engagement shots. Of course, we had to include here the ones that were proposal-turned-engagement shoots! But really, the purpose of this new category is to give bride-to-be’s ideas on how to proceed with their engagement sessions.