19 February 2013
You are viewing this hearty rustic wedding through the lens of Michigan native, Caryn Taylor of Caryn Taylor Photography. I will always appreciate a rustic themed wedding, so you can imagine my excitement when I saw this set of photos. I particularly love all the wooden details. In fact, just the other day I was checking out those wooden rings on etsy! So beautiful! As a DIY fanatic, I love the dessert table stands. What a fun and easy way to bring a new twist to a oh-so-popular desert table. The fingerprint tree is really well done, and will end up being a great keepsake for the couple that isn't cheesy (which can be hard to do!). My favorite thing, of course, are the cake ball toppers! What a good idea, I mean, it can get pretty annoying to hold onto traditional cake toppers as a keepsake, so I love the idea of making something edible. The couple from this wedding really considered what wedding day items they could live with forever, and I admire that.
Caryn works collaboratively with clients from her studio based in Maryland. To contact her for a project or to see more of her work, visit her FB page here.
03 February 2013
I thought I would share one of my favorite wedding invitation projects that I did a while back. The bride and groom were looking for something totally customized to fit their purple, midsummer nights dream theme. The theme of the invites were pulled through to the ceremony decorations, creating a unified look for the wedding. The vines and lettering appeared on escort cards, table numbers, and even the cigar labels at their custom cigar bar. To see more wedding invitations, visit the Moving Beauty website.