Have you ever wondered how a wedding with six guests would be like? Many questions on How, Where, and Why. Well, wonder no more because Joey and Sarah’s wedding is right in the alley. The couple wanted an intimate wedding where it could be witnessed by the people who have the most relevance to their lives. It’s a beautiful change of pace from having tons of guests to entertain. It’s not only more relaxing but budget-friendly too!
Arianne and Michael had a classy rooftop wedding with a casino royale theme. The motif was very chic in black with pops of magenta and gold here and there.
There is something with nature that gives off a boho rustic vibe. This styled shoot opened up our eyes to more ideas. I’m pretty much in love with the vintage carriage that was used in this shoot — perfect with the setting! When going for a wedding outdoors, it’s wise to use wild flowers to incorporate into the venue. It makes it more authentic and in line with the theme.
Russell and Marie’s wedding gave me major wedding fever. The natural element surrounding them is just as gorgeous as them. The stump of wood played a huge role in their wedding — tray, name ‘cards’, etc. The muted pastels dressed the bridal entourage beautifully and matched the blue-gray table cloths. If you love terrariums just like me, you will also swoon over their cute centerpieces.