November 13, 2012

Of course this darling turquoise wedding inspiration shoot was right up our alley… make sure to read the comments from the amazing shoot designer below!

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“Chevron has been a huge new trend this year and not just in weddings! We choose a bold zig-zag chevron fabric as the aisle runner that perfectly complimented the bright turquoise buffet table. The chevron pattern is so versatile and looks fabulous for a modern wedding. The print is bold and stands out, but definitely not so much that it takes away from your other beautiful décor. The best thing about incorporating a chevron pattern for your big day plans is that it looks amazing in any color! The vibrant blue hydrangeas used in the brides bouquet compliment her stunning blue eyes and added a splash of color to the beautiful wedding gown. The vintage doors added a grand entrance for the bride as she had her first meeting with her groom as well as her first walk down the isle. The turquoise buffet table was easiy transformed from the alter into a stunning dessert table with the focus on a beautifully hand painted chevron mixer by Un-Amore Custom Design that helped carry the theme of the chevron throughout.” – Mariah

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EVENT CREDITS // photography: Heather Lynn Photograhie // event designer, rentals, props, and florals: Mariah Rainier Style // dress: Essence of Austrailia compliments of LaineeMeg Bridal // cake: Happy Cakes & Events // hair: Sarah Kelley // Makeup: Elle Makeup Artistry // venue: Swans Trail Farms // custom KitchenAid Mixer: Un Amore Custom Designs by Nicole Dinardo

April 17, 2012

Happy Turquoise Tuesday everyone! I’m so excited to share the adorable ‘high tea’ themed wedding of Jess + Elizabeth by the super talented JoPhoto! This wedding is overflowing with all kinds of handmade details and vintage loveliness… from the amazing seating cards to the hand-crafted jam favors, Elizabeth and her mother Leslie planned a proper tea celebration. Great advice from the bride below!

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turquoise high tea wedding by Jo PhotoPin

turquoise high tea wedding by Jo PhotoPin

turquoise high tea wedding by Jo PhotoPin

turquoise high tea wedding by Jo PhotoPin

turquoise high tea wedding by Jo PhotoPin

turquoise high tea wedding by Jo PhotoPin

turquoise high tea wedding by Jo PhotoPin

turquoise high tea wedding by Jo PhotoPin

turquoise high tea wedding by Jo PhotoPin

turquoise high tea wedding by Jo PhotoPin

turquoise high tea wedding by Jo PhotoPin

turquoise high tea wedding by Jo PhotoPin

turquoise high tea wedding by Jo PhotoPin

turquoise high tea wedding by Jo PhotoPin

turquoise high tea wedding by Jo PhotoPin

turquoise high tea wedding by Jo PhotoPin

What was the favorite part of your wedding day…? My favorite part of the day was the last ten minutes before I was to walk down the aisle. My best friends were surrounding me, just as excited as I was to be marrying Jess. I was crying happy tears and we were all giggly. I was so overwhelmed with emotion when my sister-to-be looked at me lovingly and my best friend held my hand. We all knew this was the best thing I could ever do! 

What advice do you have for current brides….? We all hear (but don’t always listen to) “don’t sweat the small stuff.” We were planning to be married in a meadow by the creek. The day of, it turned into a swamp. The zipper on my going away dress split, the wind made everyone leave early, and the timeline was thrown out the window, but it was the PERFECT day! We were covered in love, support, and well wishes. In my mind, nothing could have gone wrong with that. Remember the important details.

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{event credits} photographer: JoPhoto // caterer: Holly’s Eventful Dining // floral designer: Lisa Foster Floral Design Studio // wedding dress: White Lace & Promises {Elizabeth highly recommends them as her experience was fantastic} // linens and coverings: White Table // venue:  Smithview Pavilion & Event Center // submission via: Two Bright Lights

February 25, 2012

Happy Saturday! It has been such a beautiful week here at ST… and I just want to thank all our photographers that have shared their work with us – without you this blog wouldn’t be possible and I am truly grateful. I’ll leave you with a few adorable images of Philip proposing to his sweet girlfriend Joy… adorable!

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{images courtesy of Vantage Media}

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Just in case you missed any of our fantastic posts this week, here they are:

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February 21, 2012

Stephanie Ann Photography via Something TurquoisePin

Stephanie Ann Photography via Something TurquoisePin

Stephanie Ann Photography via Something TurquoisePin

Stephanie Ann Photography via Something TurquoisePin

Stephanie Ann Photography via Something TurquoisePin

Stephanie Ann Photography via Something TurquoisePin

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fantastic images by: stephanie ann photography // venue: san clemente beach

January 17, 2012

Stylized Proposal - Couture Events by Lottie via Something TurquoisePin

I am thrilled to share this adorable stylized proposal shoot with you today! From the fantastic mind of Lottie Fowler, the owner of an event planning and design company called Couture Events by Lottie, here’s what she had to say about this beautiful shoot…

Our sweet and staged proposal took place at the 6th Annual Celina Balloon Festival here in Texas. The day began with a picnic style setting of sweets. The table evoked happiness with bright flowers in turquoise mason jars, a beautiful turquoise vintage radio and yummy lollipops. This is where Tommy popped the question to his love, Cerly. From picnic baskets, globes and streamers, the shoot lacked nothing in sweetness and charm. Stationary details included letterpress cupcake toppers, bottle tags and “Fly Away With Me” banner. Once the couple finished up there, they headed to see the hot air balloon sights. They watched the sun set and cuddled as darkness fell. What a lovely couple!”

Stylized Proposal - Couture Events by Lottie via Something TurquoisePin

Stylized Proposal - Couture Events by Lottie via Something TurquoisePin

Stylized Proposal - Couture Events by Lottie via Something TurquoisePin

Stylized Proposal - Couture Events by Lottie via Something TurquoisePin

Stylized Proposal - Couture Events by Lottie via Something TurquoisePin

Stylized Proposal - Couture Events by Lottie via Something TurquoisePin

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{shoot credits} Photography: Jonathan Ivy Photography // Design + Concept: Couture Events by Lottie // Vendor Coordination: After Yes // Stationary: Elefant Press // Treats: Sugar Bee Sweets // Vintage Rentals: Rent My Dust // Hair + Makeup: Lashes & Curls by Cerly // Calligraphy: The Left Handed Calligrapher // Floral: Nest Floral Studio

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