I am FREAKING OUT over the photos from this wedding, which took place in a theater and featured a rockin’ bride named Megan in the cutest polka-dot dress with hot pink crinoline. Thanks to Melissa and Becca for pointing this one out to me. *faints* One more pic of the bride, her amazing up-do and […]
I love feathery weddings, and that includes the groom’s lapels. (photo from NYTimes) Thanks to Brooklyn Bride for bringing this New York Times style feature to my attention. Related: Archive of Offbeat Bride posts about peacock weddings.
I wish you could see a bit more of the bride’s hair in this shot — she’s got some amazing styling going on what with hot-rolled chunks rolling over sunflowers and daisies and then little wild tendrils all over.
The style is casual and perfect for late summer/autumn weddings. I love it and wish I could see a bit more of what was going on … still, inspiring!
When putting my welcome bags together, my goal was to use as many local Hawaiian products as possible, because Aaron and I strongly believe in supporting the local economy of our favorite place on Earth.