I'm not even sure if dusty blue palettes will ever go out of style, but if the color palette gods are listening out there, can we please keep it forever?! Sincerely, wedding photographers everywhere.
Happy Friday! Keep on smiling!
I’m loving the wedding gowns these days! The high necklines and low backs! The lace detail on this gown are beautiful and so feminine. Isn’t she lovely?
in black and white , behind the scene from the Solutions bridal fashion show @solutionsbridal
last week at @ritzcarltonorlando
beautifully planned by @lisastoner #SBFashionShow
Gowns & Accessories: @SolutionsBridal
Stationery Designer: @elevennote
tables, & settees: @rwstyle
and Barstools: @bubblecollection
Runway, Ambient Lighting & Projections: @djjacobtowe
Fashion Designer: @brooks_brothers_millenia
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To say he was happy was an understatement 💕😍
Details, details, details...thats what makes every wedding unique. 💕
Your probably wondering what kind of ninja moves are happening here...
At Megan and Mohammad’s wedding they had a Persian Knife dance. The purpose is for the couple to retrieve a knife from the dancers so they can cut the wedding cake. The dance starts with one person dancing a typical Persian dance, with the knife and basically asking the couple for money. Once the dancer gets the money, the knife is passed on to the next dancer. The bride and groom continue to offer money to try and get the cake knife. A little back and forth, and a few dance moves later, (or ninja moves) the couple finally are given the knife and are able to cut the cake.