Thank you Parents for featuring Baby Elliott’s first birthday party!
“While some brides opt to include all of their friends in the wedding party (a dozen bridesmaids do make for incredible photos!), others choose to keep the group more intimate or skip the wedding party altogether. The choice is totally up to you, but either way, there’s a good chance you’ve got a few friends who don’t quite make the cut — but still mean the world to you. Since you still love these ladies (and gents!) more than anything, you might find yourself looking for other ways to include them in your wedding celebration. Well, you’re in luck! We spoke to wedding planners across the country for their favorite ways for brides to include their non-bridesmaid friends in the wedding — you’ll love what they came up with!” – Jamie Schoen
Click the link above to read Emily’s advice for “Friends of Honor”!
Vox reporter and wedding videographer Johnny Harris’ insightful news video “What I’ve learned about wedding prices from working in the industry” shines a light on all that goes into wedding pricing, and the consumer experience in shopping the marketplace. We were happy to give our input from the perspective of wedding vendors. Thanks for including us Vox!
The Knot published a special LGBTQ issue in 2015, and made it available as a digital version you can access in the link above! We were so proud to have Matt + Josh’s Cape Cod Proposal included in this national issue. What a historic year 2015 was for our country and the rights of all people to marry who they love. We are proud supporters of all unions, and applaud The Knot for publishing an issue specifically for the LGBTQ community.
Vox Wedding’s video tackles the burning question of why weddings are so expensive. We were happy to weigh in. As seen on The Huffington Post.
“Destination weddings and other personal events provide specific creative challenges and payoffs for producers, planners, and designers. The event teams take inspiration from local culture for decor, food, entertainment, and activities, and build out intricate structures and decor elements, frequently in places where there is no existing infrastructure. These weddings and private parties in destinations including Bali, Maui, Palm Springs, Jackson Hole, Portugal, and other locations around the world offer plenty inspiration for corporate and social events of all kinds.
Karson Butler Events planned a wedding at Monserrate Palace in Sintra, Portugal, where the team incorporated the patterned carvings of the 19th-century walls into the event design. The custom laser-cut invitation suite and even the cake showcased patterns found in the intricate palace walls.”- Biz Bash, July 20, 2015
Photos by Katie Stoops Photography.
Couldn’t help but share Pauline & Doug‘s incredible chuppah when Glamour Magazine asked for wedding ceremony inspiration. David Beahm and team blew us away bringing this incredible vision to life. Thanks Glamour!
Photo by Readyluck.
Lauren and Christopher were dream clients – kind, inspiring and so appreciative of every detail. We had so much fun designing and planning their September 2012 wedding at the Decatur House in Washington, DC. We’re thrilled to be featured on the Martha Stewart Weddings website!
Pinch us – the opportunity to work with Pottery Barn on a special project at our own design studio?! And a feature on their blog? So flattered!! Thank you Pottery Barn!!
Thrilled to see our Halloween calligraphy workshop with Laura Hooper Calligraphy featured on Glitter Guide – one of our favorite lifestyle blogs!
Poppies, popcorn & pointed pens! Our spring Laura Hooper Calligraphy workshop we hosted at our design studio was featured on Wedding Chicks with lovely pictures from the dynamic duo behind Jodi Miller Photography!
One of our favorite destination weddings, Jessica & Bryan’s Sisters, Oregon celebration included rustic-romantic details with gorgeous scenery. We were thrilled to see it featured on Oregon Bride magazine’s blog with the fabulous Kimberly Kay Photography!
We loved planning this Hay Adams wedding and were thrilled when the Knot asked to feature it! Laura, a lifelong horse enthusiast, married Glenn in a memorable equestrian chic wedding in Washington, DC. The horse show decor included a chocolate brown and rose gold color palette along with a stunning custom ribbon escort card display. The equestrian theme was carried out with a display of the bride’s saddle collection and horse show table names.
Kate & Nick’s romantic DC winter wedding was featured on District Weddings. Can’t beat this view! To see more of this wedding, visit their gallery & the full post linked above.
We love destination weddings, and this rustic country-inspired wedding in Sisters, Oregon was no exception! Jessica & Bryan’s wedding was featured on Style Me Pretty’s Northwest blog – to see even more, check out their gallery here!
Honored to have our tray-passed escort card idea from A+D’s wedding featured on Glamour Magazine’s blog for their style icon series: 9 Timeless Wedding Ideas inspired by Alexis Bledel! With amazing lettering by Meant to Be Calligraphy, we love this photo captured by the incredible Jodi Miller Photography!
Our style shoot with Brancoprata, T Bakes and Penha Longa Golf & Spa Resort in Sintra, Portugal was featured on Style Me Pretty! See more from the shoot here.
We loved creating this sake station for Izumi + Ken‘s wedding! Destination I Do featured us in their article on combining cultural traditions.
We loved planning this DC wedding! Held at historic DAR, Andrea and Dan’s sophisticated and classic style were inspiration for the wedding design!
Su Chuen & Chia‘s beautiful and intimate River Farm Wedding was featured on Style Me Pretty’s main page. Full of personal details, this was one of our favorite weddings of 2012!