• The New Modern

    The New Modern

    photography Jesse Leak

    For the modern, fashion-forward couple that seeks to express themselves through the design of their wedding, the secret is in the details. Stylist Ashley Pier Josi reminds us that even with a focus on a minimal modern design, a celebration can still exude warmth. “Food and wine always bring the enjoyment of the celebration full circle,” emphasizes Josi. Chef Tyler Florence’s flagship restaurant, Wayfare Tavern, with its sleek modern storefront, provided the ideal complement to the couple’s contemporary aesthetic. The tablescape emphasized a clean black and white palette offset with rich berry tones. More →

    May 22, 2017 By Daniel Tran Editorial , , ,
  • Old World Charm

    Old World Charm

    photography Heather Waraksa

    Planning an intimate family-style affair with a laid-back, yet sophisticated vibe is as simple as pairing great food with great company in the most charming setting imaginable. “We were immediately drawn to River Oaks and it’s backdrop of stucco, windswept Spanish moss trees, European accents, and natural beauty. It’s the perfect combination of warmth, Old World character and southern ease all in one,” notes photographer Heather Waraksa. More →

    September 15, 2016 By Daniel Tran Editorial , ,
  • The Lady In Waiting

    The Lady In Waiting

    photography KT Merry / styling Pearl & Godiva

    Taking our inspiration from the Dutch masters, we came together to create transcendent reflections. Vermeer, Rembrandt, and their contemporaries captured moments—real moments—their protagonists did not gaze woodenly from the frame, posed and eyes cloaked. Instead, they captured their subject’s fleeting thoughts and emotions, rendering them in exquisite detail, embracing rawness and truth over all else.

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    April 23, 2016 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 , , ,
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