• Jennifer Behr

    Jennifer Behr

    photography Nicole Franzen / words Chandara Phanachone

    Whether it was a single ostrich feather or an elaborate plumed crown, the ancient Egyptian deities wore headdresses as symbols of their pre-ordained powers, while pharaohs donned ceremonial head cloths to represent their power, status, and wealth. Over three thousand years later, headpieces still hold an important place for many brides on one of the most important days of her life. As a statement piece that has become a means for a bride to express her sense of fashion and individuality, choosing a headpiece should not be a mere afterthought.

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    June 11, 2015 By Daniel Tran Artisans
  • Wavering Place Plantation

    photography Landon Jacobs / styling Jessica Rourke

    Inspired by the surroundings and history of the Wavering Place Plantation, this creative collaboration was orchestrated to perfectly complement the beauty of nature and the Old South. The intimate dining experience was set in the corner of the front living room, with the perfect view of the plantations oaks. For this table design, we went with the simple yet curated approach.
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    April 15, 2015 By Daniel Tran Editorial ,
  • Wilhelmina & Danny

    Wilhelmina & Danny

    photography Jose Villa / productions Laurie Arons

    Whether you enlist the help of friends and family or choose to hire a professional team of vendors, selecting the right team that can bring your vision to life is crucial. After all, you are entrusting that the people you bring on board will understand your vision, and ensure that you can focus on the most important part of your special day: getting married. But not all vendors are created equal and it is important to understand what your vendor will or will not do, the scope of his/her experience, and quite frankly, if you will enjoy working with the vendor throughout the entire process. Take the time to do your homework and interview each vendor prior to bringing him/her on board.
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    March 8, 2015 By Daniel Tran Real Weddings , , ,
  • Honeymoon Editorial

    photography Erich McVey

    Once you bid adieu to the final guest of the night, it’s time to finally kick up your heels and slip on the comforting soles of relaxation as you head off for those much – anticipated days devoted to celebrating your newfound status as newlyweds. But before you jet off on your honeymoon, don’t forget to put some thought into packing your bags. By mixing pieces that are both relaxed, yet sensual; sophisticated, yet simple; and bold, yet beautiful in classic muted tones inspired by the beauty of Mother Nature’s wondrous hues, we’re sure that transitioning your style from day to night will be blissfully seamless for all our lovers out there. 
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    January 15, 2015 By Daniel Tran Editorial ,
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