• Contemporary,  Love Stories

    Love Is…

    Here we go again, talking about how typography can really change your whole wedding day style. Both Tiffany and Mark are designers, and Mark is actually a typographer too. We’ve lost count of how many designers’ weddings we have featured. Their refusal to conform to the norm always catches our eye when we see one of their weddings. There’s always a strong message and concept that carries through, and it’s such a joy to see them share their creativity with their loved ones. This couple wed on 09.10.11 in Palm Springs, thus the iconic logotype “Nine.Ten.Eleven.” They rented the entire Movie Colony Hotel in Palm Springs, and used it as…

  • Inspirations,  Themes

    1920’s-Inspired Gatsby Glamour

    The recent “The Great Gatsby” movie directed by Baz Luhrmann had such incredible and mesmerising costumes and sets. The 1920s-era classic cars were gorgeous. It showed life as it never was and never could be, but it was captivating. Here, Lauren Scotti and Just Wenderful show us how it is done. This Gatsby-inspired wedding shoot certainly brings us back to the spectacular Twenties. Event Planning by Just Wenderful / Photography by Lauren Scotti Photographer / Flowers and Décor by The Bloomin’ Gypsy / Equipment Rental by The Vintage Table Co. / Invitations and Paper Goods by Km Paperie / Dresses by Macalistaire at 1850 / Veils and Headpieces by Be…

  • Inspirations,  Themes

    1940s-Inspired Wedding Theme

    This 1940s-inspired conceptual shoot is such a feast for the eyes. We love every detail, including the Coke bottles, bowling pins, flowers, and how the pretty calligraphy tags adorned the whole place. One can sit here for hours and not want the day to end. This is a brilliant idea for an engagement party or bridal shower, photographed by Krista Mason Photography. Thanks, Lina from A Stunning Affair, for sharing this with us. Lina: “For Coca Cola lovers, we decided to create a beverage station featuring Coke, Diet Coke and Cherry Coke, and pair them with cherries, lemons and lime to go with the picnic menu. We also thought it…

  • Love Stories,  Themes,  Whimsical

    Vintage Superheroes

    Megan: “Yes, you read that right. S-U-P-E-R-H-E-R-O-E-S. Like the larger-than-life-muscles-galore figures who graced the pages of our Marvel comic books when we were kids. They conquered the world and the many challenges life threw in their direction – much like Tom and me. “An ocean and 4,000 miles separated us for 18 months as I pursued my dream to live and work overseas in Prague, Czech Republic, while Tom continued to work on his dream as an MD/PhD student tracking towards a career in transplant surgery in Minneapolis. Worlds apart, but connected by the fervour of young lovers who shared hundreds of love letters, we made a commitment to conquer…

  • Love Stories,  Themes,  Whimsical

    Superhero Ball

    Somehow, Alex and James’ story feels like the picture that we have always wanted to paint for soon-to-wed couples. Celebrate each other, be yourself and have loads of fun. We don’t know what brought them together but they are truly perfect for each other. They put aside the traditions of a typical wedding, choosing instead to walk a new and narrow path in their Converse sneakers, and celebrating their nuptials as a day for themselves. They both love superheroes, playing games and doing crazy things together. So they built their wedding around that theme. The New Children Museum in San Diego was the perfect venue. The main colours that anchored…