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Mediterranean-Style Wedding Inspiration

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Take a moment to dream with us. Stephanie Williams of This Modern Romance alongside Karen Tran Florals let luxury hotel, Korakia Pensione act as the inspiration for their beyond beautiful shoot in the California desert. The Palm Spring hotel is a romantic oasis, blending exotic Moroccan accents and amenities to create an unforgettable Mediterranean escape.

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Photography: Stephanie Williams, This Modern Romance Location: Korakia Pensione Florals & Tablescape Design: Karen Tran Florals Invitations: Kristy Rice Rentals: Planks and Patina Cake: Michele Coulon Make-up: Maria Nguyen Hair: Elisa Bunnell Shoes: Hey Lady Dresses: Anne BargeClaire Pettibone

A Sweet Goodbye For The Evening: Our Last Dance Playlist

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Make your last dance magical, with a little help from us! We know that choosing the right music isn’t easy, so we’ve selected some of our favorite songs to close out the night. Do you know a great song not listed here? Leave the song title and artist in the comment section, and you just might see it added to our list.

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Photo Credit: Julie Cate Photography

You may also like: Music From The Heart: Our First Dance Playlist

Wedding Dessert: Strawberry Milkshake Cake

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Let them eat milkshake cake! Today, Melina of Sugary & Buttery shares this fun and delicious cake recipe with us that’s the perfect addition to any dessert table. The cake’s light pink hue not only looks pretty, but it tastes exactly like strawberry ice cream. What’s not to love? 

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Ingredients FOR THE CAKE 2 sticks unsalted butter, room temperature 4.5 cups cake flour (not self-rising) 2 cups milk 8 large egg whites 2 tablespoons baking powder 1 teaspoon vanilla paste or extract 2.5 cups sugar FOR THE FROSTING 1 packs / 16 oz cream cheese, room temperature 4 sticks unsalted butter, room temperature ½ cup sweetened strawberry puree, room temperature 2 cups sifted powdered sugar ⅔ cups of milk

Instructions
1. Preheat oven to 350°F / 180°C and butter and flour three 6 inch cake pans.
2. Make the cake: In a medium bowl, whisk together the egg whites and milk. In a separate bowl, combine the flour and baking powder.
3. In the bowl of your electric mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, cream the butter, sugar and vanilla on medium to high-speed until light and fluffy, for about 3 minutes.
4. Add a third of your milk-egg mixture and a third of your flour mixture while running your mixer on low-speed until just incorporated. Add the remaining flour and milk mixtures in 2 separate batches while continuing to run your mixer on low-speed. Stop the mixer when incorporated.
5. Spread the batter evenly among the cake pans and smooth out the batter. Bake for about 40-45 minutes until the cakes are golden and a tooth pick inserted in the middle comes out clean.
6. Let the cakes cool down on a cooling rack completely. When cool, cut off the tops and pour some of the milk on top of the cakes.
7. Make the frosting: Beat the cream cheese until fluffy. With the mixer running on low-speed, add the butter piece by piece. Turn up the speed and beat for about 5 minutes.
8. Add the sifted powdered sugar and keep beating, then add the strawberry puree. Make sure all ingredients have the same temperature to prevent the frosting from curdling up!
9. Beat until incorporated then start assembling and frosting your cake.

You may also like: Bridal Shower Dessert: Vanilla Sandwich Cookies

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Recipe & Photography: Sugary & Buttery

Matthew & Linsay’s Sweet Georgia Wedding

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This is the sweet story of Linsay and Matthew and their beautiful wedding day. Soft pink blooms, scalloped lace, vintage dishes and adorable cowgirl boots made these barn nuptials heart-warming and unforgettable. With photography by Haley Sheffield keep reading for her Q&A about the dress, exquisite blooms, first dance and all the little details in between.

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Describe your vision for your wedding day.

I had my heart set on a barn wedding, and Matthew and I were sure we wanted to get married in the fall. I had no idea where to find the perfect barn, but we live in southeast Georgia — surely it was around here somewhere! A coworker suggested we visit Old Freeman Family Farm, and as soon as we began to drive down the driveway lined with pecan trees leading up to the barn built by the Freeman family’s own hands, we knew it was exactly what we had been searching for. (Weddings at Old Freeman Family Farm are a relatively new venture, so we were honored to be among the first couples to tie the knot there!) Honestly, Matthew and I never completely decided on any one or two specific colors to incorporate into our day, and without attendants to dress, we didn’t have to. I found most of my inspiration in the vintage dishes and napkins I collected to use at the reception.

Can you tell us about finding your wedding dress?

I began my search for the perfect dress with three things in mind: 1) I wanted it to have sleeves and lace; 2) It had to look fabulous with my cowgirl boots, a birthday gift from Matthew the year before that I planned to wear for the wedding; and 3) It had to work within my very strict budget. Unfortunately, the first — and only — long-sleeved dress I tried felt more like a straightjacket than a gown and looked ridiculous with my boots. Luckily, my consultant was amazing, and after a few tries, I decided on the perfect compromise: A strapless lace gown with a scalloped sweetheart neckline and chapel-length train. It went perfectly with my boots, and instead of sleeves, it featured a matching high-collar sheer scalloped lace bolero that created a Queen Anne neckline. I was comfortable with the extra coverage up top, and I had the tailor add snaps inside the dress so I could tuck the bolero in, creating the illusion that it was all one piece.

Describe your wedding flowers. 

Our flowers were phenomenal, as was our floral designer, who is also one of my dearest friends. Christy Hulsey at Colonial House of Flowers understood my vision, and even better, she understood me. The humble barnyard was transformed into a South Georgia garden in bloom, more beautiful than I ever could have dreamed. Surrounded by personal touches — the lush, green draping passion vine hand-picked right down the road from where I grew up and the golden rain tree blooms and nandina berries hand-collected by Christy’s grandmother from her very own garden — I felt completely at home. The rich, garden-inspired color palette of peach, coral, pink, orange and white featured a dreamy lineup of stars: peonies, astilbe, ranunculus, garden roses, O’hara roses, campanella roses, tulips, delphinium, Lisianthus and Queen Anne’s lace. Hanging pepper berries and privet berries added splashes of blue and red, and the result was nothing less than breathtaking. (Matthew and I loved them so much, we took a few arrangements along with us on our honeymoon!)

Can you tell us about the song you chose for your first dance?

Just a week or two before I met Matthew, I remember hearing “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri on the radio, and it struck a cord with me. Some days it really did feel like I had been hoping and praying for years to find the man who would fulfill the desires of my heart, to no avail. “All along I believed I would find you/ Time has brought your heart to me/ I have loved you for a thousand years/ I’ll love you for a thousand more” — those lyrics set my heart at ease and reminded me to have faith that the years of waiting were simply preparing my heart for something amazing yet to come.  

What was your most memorable moment about your wedding day? 

As I was getting ready, Beatrice, our floral designer’s adorable daughter, came walking into the room holding my bouquet. She was donning the most beautiful flower halo, and the bouquet she was carrying took my breath away. That moment was beyond perfect.

Photographer: Haley Sheffield, The Photography of Haley Sheffield

Ceremony/Reception Venue: Old Freeman Family Farm, Cooperville, GA

Flowers & Decor: Colonial House of Flowers Cakes

Cupcakes & Cake Pops: Alicia Skinner, Frosted Fantasies

Rentals: Fairy Tale Tents & Party Rentals

DJ: Donny Collins, Big Time Events

Hair: Liz Farrell, BeJai’s Salon & Day Spa

Makeup: Courtney Jones, BeJai’s Salon & Day Spa

Dreamy Wedding Inspiration in Napa Valley

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We fall in love with wine county a little bit more every time we see an inspirational shoot in beautiful Napa Valley, California. Jose Villa‘s Wedding Workshop was no exception. With photos captured by the ever talented Lani Elias, all we ask is for you to close your eyes and dream with us.

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Photography: Lani Elias at the Jose Villa Napa Valley Workshop

Planning: Jose VillaJoel Serrato & Laurie Arons

Location: Aetna Springs, Napa Valley

Wardrobe Styling: Grey Likes Weddings

Dress: Inbal Dror

Table Styling:  Casa de Perrin 

Hair and Makeup: Team Hair and Makeup 

Place Setting & Stationery Suite by Laurie AronsAriella Chezar Design & PS Paper 

Calligraphy: Janis Anzalone

Cake: Maggie Austin

Catering: Elaine Bell Catering 

Models: Scout Model & Talent Agency

Chris and Alyce’s Rustic Elegant Wedding

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Photographer Julie Christman recently sent us these gorgeous photos of newly wedding couple Alyce and Chris Youngblood. While Alyce and Chris were married at a rural, rustic setting, some of the details of the wedding, including establishing their own hashtag on Twitter, also reflected the couple’s social media-rich background. Keep reading to hear about what Alyce has to say about her rustic elegant wedding day and check out all of the absolutely stunning photos!

Can you tell us about you and your husband? 

“Chris and I met on Twitter in 2010, which seems strange to some, but felt natural to us. At the time, I was an editor and social media manager for a magazine in Orlando, FL, and he was a communications director for a non-profit on the coast. After we met face-to-face, it didn’t take too long for us to begin dating and took even less time for us to begin dreaming about the rest of our lives together. I’ve now joined him on the coast, as well as in his office, where I’m the organization’s new editor.”

 

 

How did you get engaged?

Chris made me wait for a while — after we had already looked at rings! But it was worth it, because it could not have been a more ‘us’ proposal. We both love New York City, and while I was spending a weekend there with my best friends, he flew up to surprise me. He walked up behind me while I was taking a photo in Bryant Park, my favorite spot in the city, and proposed with a gorgeous ring from the 1920s.

 

Where were you married?

“We were married in late October in my small hometown of Ocala, FL, at the private farm residence of a family friend. They have a beautiful home, garden, pond and barn, so we were able to host both the ceremony and reception on the property.”

 

 

What was your inspiration for the feel and look for the wedding?

“Though Chris and I have left our homes and crave skylines more than back roads, our roots are in the South. I grew up in a Florida horse town, and he and his charming accent hail from Georgia. We knew early on we wanted our wedding to reflect that, and we aimed for what we called ‘rustic elegance.’  Barn weddings can easily drift into hoedown territory, so we did our best to add more sophisticated touches with lace, gold accents, market lights and more.”

 

 

What was most important to you when planning the wedding?

“Honestly, the thing I stressed most about was wanting people to just have FUN. We’ve been to weddings with awkward lulls when guests don’t have anything to do or eat, a playlist that’s tough to dance to, a lack of seating arrangements, or details that were more about luxury than the enjoyment of the friends and family. So when it came to planning our wedding, every decision — from the menu to the lighting to the bridesmaids’ shoes — was filtered through a desire for people to be comfortable and happy.”

What details really stood out at the wedding?

“When I was young, the only thing I knew I wanted at my wedding was an abundance of sunflowers. We made that dream become a reality, and I think the hundreds of sunflowers were a stunning backdrop for nearly everything else at the wedding. They tied in well to our navy/gold theme and made the cloudy, windy October day seem bright.

Other details I loved were the ribbon canopy inside the barn and the twinkle light ceiling over our dance floor. They were simple, but required the most construction (many thanks to the friends who put these together for us!), and without them, those settings would have been lacking. Another personal favorite of mine were the miniature pumpkin favors, which I hear came in handy for Halloween just a few days later.”

 

 

How did your personal values or interests as a couple affect the look and feel of your wedding?

“As I mentioned before, both of us knew we wanted to have a laid-back, Southern-inspired celebration. But beyond that, there were a number of subtle ways our personalities, backgrounds, and interests were evident, from the Madeleine L’Engle quote I worked into the program to the classic Georgia peach cobbler Chris wanted for the dessert table. I think our ceremony songs were also a good representation of us as a couple—bluegrass, hymns, The Beatles, the Up soundtrack… It felt special and true to us. We also really value family, and they were very much involved throughout, with my father even officiating the ceremony.”

 

What fun details did your guests really enjoy and respond to?

“Early on in our relationship, Chris and I bonded over the fact that we both could always win the peg game at Cracker Barrel. As a nod to that, we placed one on each table as part of the centerpieces. Chris also customized some corn hole boards for the wedding, and those seemed to go over well with the guests. We bought a ton of bottled sodas, which were pretty much gone by the time dinner started, and for the coffee and cider, we had custom cup sleeves made with our wedding logo on them, which was an easy way to literally put our stamp on things. Also, a wedding trend you absolutely need to incorporate is setting your own hashtag for people to follow and post to. You not only get a great mix of photos to look back on, but it makes for something fun that guests can keep track of and participate in during down time.”

 

 

Did you have a live band or a DJ? How did you make this decision and make the music work at the wedding?

“My brothers are musicians, so they performed a hymn at the ceremony, but for the reception, we skipped having a band or DJ and made our own playlist. Part of our reasoning was that we didn’t plan music until the end and weren’t up for another major expense, but we also wanted some control over the song selection. We hand-picked favorite songs, and a family friend managed the iTunes for us the evening of.”

 

 

What do you think is important to splurge on? What about where you can save money?

“I know there a number of ways to save money on a wedding with DIY projects and thrifted finds — more power to you if you are able to. But personally, I work full-time, live more than two hours away from where the wedding took place and am a horrible crafter, so it was absolutely worth it to me to spend a little more here and there if it meant saving both time and stress. Splurge on dish rentals if you aren’t able to thrift vintage plates for each guest. Spend more on a good florist if you’re not up for the effort it will take to craft bouquets out of fabric and brooches. Be frugal, yes, but don’t feel bad if you’re not a DIY bride!

Another splurge we were comfortable with was food. Feeding more than 200 people was costly — but it was important to us to provide a substantial, delicious meal. A local favorite restaurant called The Ivy House took care of us and catered a gourmet feast of country food that my family and friends are still talking about. Your guests are flying, driving, and spending hours out of their weekend to celebrate with you, so feed them well! Just make sure a coordinator or family member is willing to go fill a plate for you so you don’t miss out.

Some things I thought would have to be incredibly expensive ended up being very affordable. I know letterpress printing and elaborate invitations and programs are very popular — but they’re also really pricey. Instead, we emailed a digital save the date and then relied on my talented brother’s design skills and a cheap online printing service for all of our invitations and programs. What would have been a couple thousand dollars ended up being a couple hundred, and our printed goods still looked awesome. This also ties into my next tip, which is to think of the services and goods your circle might be able to help out with or provide at discounted rates. Don’t take advantage of them, but don’t be afraid to utilize them either. So many people who love and support us were able to contribute something to our big day, from hair and make-up to film and furniture pieces.”

 

What advice do you have for other couples planning their wedding?

“The way I see it, all of the other little, beautiful details won’t matter so much if you don’t have quality photos and video to remember them by! Make photography and videography one of your first decisions, even before you know what the rest may look like.

As far as how you approach planning itself, work together and enjoy the process. For the most part, our engagement was stress-free, and we really tried to treasure that time between the proposal and the altar. Make decisions together, don’t get stuck on trivial stuff, and just keep reminding yourself that when all is said and done, you’re marrying your best friend, and that’s the most important thing. We also went to extensive pre-marital counseling—not just a handful of sessions, but a couple months of consistent visits with a psychologist, and it was one of the most rewarding things we’ve done as a couple, especially during such a significant period of life”

 

What advice do you have for couples that are establishing a registry?

“Take into account your current home—not just your ‘dream home’—when registering (especially for the kitchen!). Looking back, we aimed a bit high with some of our choices and ended up not having enough space for some of the amazing gear we got, which is piled high in our laundry room now so the counters don’t get cluttered. I wish I had registered for more creative storage solutions, like shelves, baskets, and other containers. And don’t worry about feeling pressure to register for and receive all of your main purchases and statement pieces at the start of your marriage. As far as decor goes, Chris and I went very basic and classic, as we know both our living arrangement and our style will change in the coming years, and we wanted some items that would grow with us and work with a number of settings and colors. Finally, give yourself time to register — start early in your engagement and add to your registry, both in-person and online, throughout the process. There are so many things you may change your mind about later or simply forget the first time you register, so it helped to build our registry gradually.”

 

You can also watch a video of the couple’s wedding day here.
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Photography: Julie Cate Photography http://www.juliecate.com/

Cinematography: Dustin Miller of Flesh Profits Nothing  http://www.fleshprofitsnothing.com/

Flowers: Heritage Flowers http://www.heritage-flowers.com/

Catering: The Ivy House http://www.ivyhousefl.com/TheIvyHouse/Welcome.html

Cake: Ms. Debbie’s Sugar Art

Event rentals: Party Time http://www.partytimerentals.us/

Make-up: Denise Sarko of The Cherished Bride http://www.thecherishedbride.com/

Hair: Katie Gilligan, bride’s sister-in-law

Event design: Heather Sibinski, friend of bride

Event planning: Debbie DeLoach, friend of bride

Location: Private residence

Ceremony musicians: Josh Gilligan, Lee Gilligan, Cody Quistad

Officiants: Tim Gilligan, Jim Hoyle, Sean Forte

Invitations and programs: Lee Gilligan, bride’s brother

Bride’s shoes: Kate Spade

Bride’s dress: WToo from Solutions Bridal, Gainesville http://www.solutionsbridal.com/

Bride’s jewelry: Gold and sapphire family heirlooms

Bride’s hairpiece: Anthropologie

Bridesmaids’ dresses: Their own finds, from thrift stores to Anthropologie!

Bridesmaids’ shoes: DSW

Groom’s suit: J. Crew

Groom’s shoes: Cole Haan

Groomsmen’s clothes: J. Crew

All Photos Courtesy Julie Cate Photography

Amanda and Giorgio’s Modern and Romantic Toronto Wedding

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One of the most memorable days in a couple’s life together is their wedding day, which is why we’re excited to provide inspiration for our readers and registered couples with our series of wedding posts. Our first featured wedding is from Giorgio and Amanda. Amanda is the co-founder and owner of The Hot Plate, where she provides food styling, recipe development and other online resources for food lovers. Given Amanda’s profession,  it’s no surprise that food and wine were two major considerations when she and Giorgio married in Toronto at sunset on November 3rd, 2012 at the Berkeley Field House. Let’s take a peek at their gorgeous ceremony and reception and hear what Amanda has to say about her wedding day.

Can you tell us a little about you and your husband?

“Giorgio is one of the most caring people I’ve ever met. When I met Giorgio, I knew that I’d never meet anyone nicer and more sincere than him. I’m very outgoing, definitely a big A-type personality here. Giorgio supports my ambition and entrepreneurial spirit, and helps to keep me grounded and balanced.”

How did you meet?

“Giorgio is from Peru and works as an associate at Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board. I’m from Ottawa and I run an online cooking resource for food lovers and professional recipe development and food styling company called The Hot Plate. We met at a Halloween Party in 2010. I was dressed as a zebra and Giorgio was the most interesting man in the world. After walking off the elevator, Giorgio was the first person I met, and we’ve been together since that night.”

 


How did you get engaged?

“A week I’ll never forget . . . Giorgio and I are two peas in a pod so he knew that with my keen sense for surprises, I would probably guess what he was planning. Anticipating this, he sent me a week of calendar invites. Starting on Saturday Giorgio organized full days and nights of events. We visited art galleries, went to incredible restaurants and even revisited the first place we said ‘I love you.’ I started to think that just maybe he would ask. Four days in, I was pretty sure, but night after night no BIG question. Finally, Thursday night I came home to find Giorgio there with a drink in hand. He said he’d booked us a table at SPiN Toronto for a game of ping pong and then a surprise dinner at an intimate restaurant. Giorgio had intended to hide the ring box in the basket of ping pong balls, but when we were assigned a table next to a rowdy office party, Giorgio had to reconsider. Minutes later, Giorgio said that ping pong wasn’t a good idea and rushed us out into the alley. Unable to contain the nerves/excitement, he looked around anxiously in the alley. Although it was raining, Giorgio got down on one knee and asked me to marry him. Excited, teary-eyed and all smiles we headed to an intimate French restaurant. On the table was the most impressive bouquet of roses and orchids I’ve ever seen. The husband and wife who owned the restaurant  asked if it was my birthday and when we told them we’d just gotten engaged they brought out champagne for all 25 patrons. It still makes me smile when I think of the care and thought he put into planning the proposal.”

 

 

What was your inspiration for the feel and look for the wedding?

“I’m not a lover of fall foliage. So when we opted for a November wedding we wanted to skew winter. Giorgio and I wanted a downtown wedding with a modern yet rustic twist. We opted for birch bark and pine cones because of their versatility and elegant look.”


What was most important to you when planning the wedding?

“Food! Well, food and culture. Giorgio is from Peru and food is definitely a big part of their culture. Also, my work in the food industry meant that we wanted to impress guests with elegant food that appealed to the season. Our mains included cornish hens with bourbon mash and braised beef short ribs with glazed root vegetables.”

What details really stood out at the wedding?

“I’ll have to thank my mum for this. My mum hacksawed 100 pine cones so that we good use them as place card holders. Everyone loved them, and people even took them home as keepsakes.”

 

 

How did your occupation affect the menu and décor at the wedding?

“My work at The Hot Plate is all about making cooking fun and simple for home cooks. For the wedding, I wanted to keep decor simple and seasonal just like the food. Our menu included phyllo wrapped brie, foie gras with pickled scapes and other tasty bites. Our mains included cornish hens with bourbon mash and braised beef short ribs with glazed root vegetables. We were lucky with decor. The Berkeley Field House is renowned for its seasonal dishes as well as its impeccable service, gorgeous whitewashed walls and vintage looking chandeliers.”

 

 

What fun details did your guests really enjoy and respond to?

“Our guests loved the pine cone place card holders and mercury glass vases. The woodsy touch added warmth to the room. Our guests also loved what is known in Peru as ‘hora loca,’ also called ‘crazy hour.’ Hora Loca starts about an hour into dancing and usually involves costume pieces and the music taking it up a notch. For ours, I’m an experienced sailor and grew up on sailboats so it was only natural that we embraced the pirate spirit. We passed around eye patches, fake parrots, pirate hats, hooks and plastic swords. Guests got really into the party.”

 

Did you have a live band or a DJ?

“Giorgio is the music buff of the couple. He organized a string trio for the ceremony and reception. Instead of classic music we opted for contemporary music like Jason Mraz, Bruno Mars and even some Elvis Presley. For dinner and dancing we moved over to a DJ that kept the party going until 2 AM! Giorgio spent months organizing the music. We started by picking favorite Spanish and English songs and then broke it down to dinner and dancing. Every weekend, Giorgio and I would listen to the playlist while cooking for the week. We were able to edit down the list to favorites without any last minute stress.”

 

What do you think is important to splurge on?

“Definitely wine! The food was important, but when it came to wine Giorgio and I knew we wanted to go for quality. My parents, also wine lovers, had no problem indulging us in a number of tastings. We chose bottles that we loved, and would complement the food beautifully.”

What about where you can save money?

“We saved money with DIY invitations. With a little trial and error on Illustrator I was able to craft up a simple and elegant invitation that saved us hundreds of dollars. We also opted not to rent limos for the day.”

 

 

What advice do you have for other couples planning their wedding?

“Book the big stuff early to reduce stress. We booked everything early and enjoyed a stress-free summer. In September, we picked up where we’d left off and finalized last minute details. Also, make couple time. Even though you’ll be planning your wedding it is important that as a couple you carve out non-wedding talk time.”

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