Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Long Island Romance

Photo courtesy of Isabelle Selby Photography

I am sitting here drooling over this gorgeous Long Island wedding that was featured on Style Me Pretty a while back. It’s the perfect blend of elegant and understated: a rustic, sweet and romantic occasion that was captured on camera beautifully! I mean, look at these pictures and tell me you wouldn’t LOVE to have this as you’re wedding! (See, you can’t do it, admit it!) The Foundry is the perfect place to get hitched and this couple make it even more perfect.

Photo courtesy of Isabelle Selby Photography

Photo courtesy of Isabelle Selby Photography

Photo courtesy of Isabelle Selby Photography
 
The soft focus and warm colors of the photography really capture the whole atmosphere of the event. Especially all of those gorgeous floral arrangements – they’re to die for!! Every time I see beautiful bouquets like this I suddenly get a hankering to grow gardens full of flowers and cut and arrange them all the time! (Yeah, right!! Like I’d ever have the patience to do that…) But really, don’t you kind of feel like that when you look at these florals? They certainly bring out the creativity in me! Anyone have a garden full of blooming flowers I can borrow for a day to satisfy my sweet tooth for flower arranging? :)

Photo courtesy of Isabelle Selby Photography

Photo courtesy of Isabelle Selby Photography

Photo courtesy of Isabelle Selby Photography

Photo courtesy of Isabelle Selby Photography

Photo courtesy of Isabelle Selby Photography

I love the idea of using a fan as one of the paper goods for the reception – SO cute! Even though it’s the middle of winter right now and it’s absolutely freezing outside, this would be perfect for those hot summer weddings! If you’re planning a summer wedding and you think it would be cute to do something like this for your ceremony or reception, let us know! We love creating custom-tailored paper goods specially for your event.

Photo courtesy of Isabelle Selby Photography

Photo courtesy of Isabelle Selby Photography

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