2016-02-06

This is the kind of diffused, dreamy light that makes you want to stop and take it all in…. the kind of light with a softness to it that doesn’t seem real. Today we’re reminded to pause and paint a mental picture of beautiful moments like these thanks to this stunning farm inspired editorial by film photographers Byron Loves Fawn and stylist Victoria Cameron. Add the romantic Sarah Seven that has made such an elegant statement this year (for good reason, obviously!) and Pantone colored florals by Rose Apple Flowers and you’ve got a masterpiece! For all of our newly engaged soon to be brides and our brides in the thick of planning, take note and go ahead and pull up those Pinterest boards…

From planner & designer Victoria Cameron: “The concept of this editorial stemmed from a desire to work with a soft blue and peach colour palette. It was also inspired by a beautifully layered dress with incredible movement that would take flight with the wind.

The location of the shoot was a beautiful property Byron Bay, Byron View Farm. It was the perfect spot as it has a feeling of being in the hinterland but with ocean views.

As we had adopted the blue and peach colour scheme, we wanted to incorporate as many natural textures and materials as possible. With this in mind we chose a beautiful timber farmhouse dining table, oak East Hampton chairs and draped this with oat coloured linen. This allowed the gorgeous floral design by Rose Apple Flowers to be the feature of the tablescape.

Our beautiful bride was given a dewy look by the incredible Carla Sakrzewski which was a great complement to our aesthetic.

All of these elements combined made for a beautiful and creatively exciting collaboration which was perfectly captured by fine art photographers Byron Loves Fawn.”

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Vendor Details

Photography: Byron Loves Fawn | Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab | Planning & Design: Victoria Cameron | Floral Design: Rose Apple Flowers | Rentals: The Collector & Co | Calligraphy: Floralovely | Dress: Sarah Seven at The Bridal Atelier | Hair & Makeup: Carla Sakrzewski | Venue: Byron View Farm | Linen & Tableware: Prop It Pretty

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2016-02-06

It’s a joy and a privilege to recommend the best vendors in the industry to our brides and we love when we get to see the end result of their beautiful weddings they created together! Today we have another first class film photographer joining our Wedding Sparrow family and we couldn’t be more thrilled. Untamed Heart Photography is based in the US and available to travel worldwide to create pretty for your big day.

Untamed Heart Photography has been photographing people who love each other since 2007. Her work has been published in a book by Design Aglow and has taken her far and near. Michelle has a true love for nature and loves bringing those landscapes into her images. Michelle is offering Wedding Sparrow readers FREE WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY for a lucky couple! So if you’re getting married anywhere in the world in 2016 and looking for a wedding photographer, you love the fine art aesthetic (who doesn’t?!) and would love for a talented film photographer to capture your big day you’re in luck. Michelle from Untamed Heart Photography is offering not only her amazing talent to shoot your wedding AND engagement session on film but you also get a USB full of your stunning images after the big day itself! The best bit? Entering couldn’t be simpler…

Untamed Heart Photography

Untamed Heart Photography

Untamed Heart Photography

Untamed Heart Photography

What do you have to do?

Just share details with us about your wedding using the form below and let us know all about your big day! We encourage you to create your own wedding Pinterest board and enter the link below in the form to show us visually what kind of big day you’re planning! We really want to get to know you a little better, to discover more about your plans, where and when you’re due to tie the knot and why you would like to win this competition. This type of information will help us to select a shortlist of couples we feel our readers will enjoy reading about and voting for to win! When all entries have been received, we will produce a shortlist and share details of these couples in a blog post on Wedding Sparrow where we will invite our readers to help us select the winners.

Untamed Heart Photography

Untamed Heart Photography

Untamed Heart Photography

Untamed Heart Photography

What’s included?

  • Full day wedding coverage (8 hours) with Untamed Heart Photography and assistant
  • Engagement session
  • A curated set of proofs all in high resolution with all digital files plus print release
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    About Untamed Heart Photography

    A very important fact that sets me apart from the many other wedding photographers out there is the number of years of experience I have. I have been in business since 2007 and have always had happy clients. I believe that my happy, outgoing personality is a trait that sets me apart as well. These two combined, allow me to be a photographer that can give direction in a relaxing way, yet sit back and let a moment happen as it would. What my clients love the most about me, is that they don’t have to doubt their choice in photographer, ever. They can count on me to do my job. I never miss a beat and am a great communicator with all those involved in the wedding day.

    I love what I do because I get to show the world my version of itself. The one where people love each other hopelessly and laugh to their hearts desire…Where games are played and happiness is the outcome. When my clients look at the memories I have created for them, they are reminded of the beautiful bonds that they share with their loved ones…I get to go to sleep with the knowing of that every night.

    I truly love every element of the wedding day…the bride seeing herself for the first time, that special moment with mom or dad, the groom seeing his bride for the first time, the first dance, etc…they all move me at every wedding, but I think it’s always the moments in between that shake me the most. The kind words that are said, the hugs that don’t want to break, and the stories that are told. The gestures that are made that show the world just how important it is that everyone is together this day. I just adore being around people who love and respect each other. It makes my job such a happy one!

    Untamed Heart Photography

    Untamed Heart Photography

    A huge thanks to Michelle for her kindness to our Wedding Sparrow readers. We can’t wait to see what lucky couple wins and see their magical day come together! What are you waiting for?! Good luck!

    COMPETITION NOW CLOSED

    Terms and conditions

    The winners will receive 8 hours of wedding day photography from Untamed Heart Photography. Prize also includes an engagement session, full set of proofs and image releaseThe close date of the competition is 26th March 2015 2015 at 12pm midnight (GMT)Shortlist will be chosen by Untamed Heart Photography, the winners will be selected by Wedding Sparrow readers and will be notified by email after that dateThe winning wedding must take between January 1st and 31st December 2016The wedding can take place anywhereContest open to all readers of Wedding Sparrow over the age of 18Reasonable transportation and accommodation costs from USA (Midwest) for Untamed Heart Photography must be covered by the winnersOnly one entry per coupleWinners must be willing to be featured on Wedding Sparrow and Untamed Heart PhotographyNone of the prizes may be exchanged or transferred and no cash alternative will be offeredBy entering the draw, you hereby warrant that all information submitted by you is true, current and completeLiability cannot be accepted for entries which are lost in transit or not received due to technical difficultiesThe winners will be contacted via their email address within a month of the the competition draw dateNo purchase necessary
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2016-02-06

Nancy Ebert

Wedding favors have evolved over the years, becoming more of an opportunity for the bride and groom to showcase their personalities to their guests in a unique, memorable way. Rather than simply setting out candies or mints, couples are taking favors a step further so their guests have a token of appreciation to take home from the wedding.

If you’re getting married during the cold-weather months, particularly around the end of the year, a New Year’s Eve wedding favor is a guaranteed opportunity to incorporate the season and holiday into your big day. Not sure where to start? Use the following favor ideas as inspiration for favors that your guests won’t soon forget.

1. Pinecone fire starters

For couples looking to bring the outdoors in for a rustic-themed wedding, guests will appreciate these adorable and practical wedding favors. These will help guests to keep the fire going at home and fill the room with a fresh pine scent – perfect for cold, winter evenings! Nature Favors on Etsy even provides each favor wrapped individually with a personalized tag.

2. Hot chocolate in a jar

Nothing is quite as comforting in the cold weather as a hot beverage. Instead of setting up a hot chocolate bar at the reception, consider adding all the ingredients into individual jars for guests to take with them and enjoy in the comfort of their home. They are sure to think of you with every sip they take! Follow this recipe for exact ingredients and measurements.

Laura Ashbrook Photography

3. Seasonal Candle

A candle always makes the best gift because people can never seem to have too many in their home. Give candles that have winter adornments or ones that are scented to the specific season. Bath and Body Works always has great options.

Turner Creative Photography

4. Throw blanket

If you want to go a step beyond offering gloves to guests, throw blankets are not only practical but a luxurious gift to give and receive. A blanket can keep your guests warm throughout your wedding day, as well as at home throughout the winter months.

Green Door Photography via Style Me Pretty

5. Champagne flutes

No New Year’s Eve wedding would be complete without champagne flutes! Instead of setting the flutes out at each table place setting, create a festive display and double-up the flutes as escort cards. Guests can then grab their glass and have it on-hand all night for toasts and to ring in the New Year.

Kamee June Photography via Wedding Chicks

6. Kiss me at midnight table mints and/or Hershey Kisses

Get your guests in the mood to share a midnight kiss with their special someone (or a stranger on the dance floor!) by offering up mints or Hershey Kisses at their table place setting. Put the mints or candies in a little favor bag, and dress it up with coordinating ribbon and a cute New Year’s Eve-themed tag – Create. Craft. Love. offers this Kiss Me at Midnight tag as a free printable!

7. Sparkly mini champagne bottles

Your guests can’t quite get good use out of their champagne flutes if they don’t have champagne to fill them with, right?! Provide mini bottles of champagne for your guests to take back to their hotel room to keep the party going all night long. For an added touch of sparkle, consider covering the bottles in glitter paint.

Clary Pfeiffer Photography

8. New Year’s party favors

Fun party favors and decorations are part of what makes New Year’s Eve the biggest party night of the year. As midnight approaches, designate some of your bridal party to start handing out noise makers, hats, tiaras, etc. to get your guests in the New Year’s spirit. Be sure to color coordinate your favors with your wedding color scheme.

Kristin Vining Photography via Style Me Pretty

9. Confetti popper

Yelling “Happy New Year!” at midnight is more fun if confetti and glitter is involved. Provide each guest a confetti popper to open on the dance floor at midnight to shower the bride and groom and all their guests! There are several DIY tutorials for this favor, or you can purchase them pre-made, including these from Anthropologie.

10. Midnight snack boxes

Once the official party has ended, your guests may be feeling a bit hungry. In each of their hotel rooms, have a box of late-night snacks waiting for them to curb their appetite. They’ll thank you in the morning.

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If you’re getting married this winter season or New Year’s Eve, what favors are you handing out to guests?

Karly Anderson is a born and raised Midwest girl currently residing outside Milwaukee, Wis. Her blog, Miss in the Midwest, chronicles her take on beauty, life and style in the Heartland. Catch up with Karly on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter

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2016-02-06

If there’s one thing that film photographer Wendy Laurel provides, it’s perfect beach wedding inspiration. Her home town of Maui is a plethora of beautiful beaches and with increasing numbers of brides travelling away from home for a destination wedding, it looks like Hawaii is the place to be…

From Wendy: “I was inspired by where I live – Maui, Hawaii – to create an in water bridal shoot. I love shooting underwater and thought a bridal shoot in the water would be fun. Brooke Larson, designer for Salt on the Rocks, collaborated. She designs beachwear and has a selection of beach wedding wear. She has four different bridal onesies that can be worn in and out of the water and with a flowly white skirt for a simple beach wedding look. We added in some bright florals for a haiku (head wreath) and a coral bouquet. The coral was found on the local beaches on Maui.”

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Vendor details

Photography: Wendy Laurel Photography | Film Lab: The Find Lab | Wedding dress: Brooke Larson – Salt on the Rocks | Coral bouquet: DIY | Florals: Simply by Jes, Maui

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2016-02-06

Simplicity is a beautiful thing and we love a timeless style here at Wedding Sparrow. Laura Catherine Organic Photographs captured Chelsea and Austin (and their adorable pup!) surrounded by nature…

From Katie at Laura Catherine Organic Photographs: “With this session, I aimed to capture the pure simplistic nature of love. Love in it’s bareness is not grandiose, but inherent and essential to the human spirit. All of this was accomplished not only by Chelsea and Austin’s love for one another, but furthered by the wild surroundings, the soft fabrics and simple florals in her hair. A sweet couple out for a quiet stroll on a cloudy winter day before he just lightly brushes her hair of her cheek and whispers, “I love you”.”

Laura Catherine Organics Photographs

Laura Catherine Organics Photographs

Laura Catherine Organics Photographs

Laura Catherine Organics Photographs

Laura Catherine Organics Photographs

Laura Catherine Organics Photographs

Laura Catherine Organics Photographs

Laura Catherine Organics Photographs

Laura Catherine Organics Photographs

Laura Catherine Organics Photographs

Laura Catherine Organics Photographs

Laura Catherine Organics Photographs

Laura Catherine Organics Photographs

Laura Catherine Organics Photographs

Laura Catherine Organics Photographs

Laura Catherine Organics Photographs

Laura Catherine Organics Photographs

Laura Catherine Organics Photographs

Laura Catherine Organics Photographs

Laura Catherine Organics Photographs

Vendor details

Photography: Laura Catherine Organic Photographs | Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab | Hair and Makeup: Jen Lewis from Pastel Makeup | Styling: Signora e Mare | Dress: Anthropologie

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2016-02-06

Nothing like the barren desert to play off the simplicity and profoundness of an elopement. We love this stunning elopement inspiration by our favorite Texan film photographer, Kayla Barker. Complete with ultra-feminine details like this lace back Claire Pettibone gown and these glamorous drop earrings by Enchanted Atelier by Liv Hart, the colorful and lush florals by Bows & Arrows add an element of formality. Read more about the inspiration for this inspirational elopement by Kayla below…

From Kayla Barker Fine Art Photography: “What better place to elope than in the white sand of the desert? This elopement inspiration shoot is sunkissed, glowing and incorporates the colors of the desert sunset in the beautiful flowers by Bows & Arrows. A beautiful lace back Claire Pettibone dress adds romance along with the candles in the sand that play off the gorgeous sunset. A simple and intimate table is set in the rolling desert sands with flowing lace and Silk & Willow runner. Wind, lace, sun and romance make up this unique and remote elopement inspiration.”

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Kayla Barker Fine Art Photography

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Kayla Barker Fine Art Photography

Kayla Barker Fine Art Photography

Kayla Barker Fine Art Photography

Kayla Barker Fine Art Photography

Kayla Barker Fine Art Photography

Kayla Barker Fine Art Photography

Kayla Barker Fine Art Photography

Kayla Barker Fine Art Photography

Kayla Barker Fine Art Photography

Kayla Barker Fine Art Photography

Kayla Barker Fine Art Photography

Kayla Barker Fine Art Photography

Kayla Barker Fine Art Photography

Kayla Barker Fine Art Photography

Kayla Barker Fine Art Photography

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Vendor Details

Photography: Kayla Barker Fine Art Photography | Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab | Floral Design: Bows & Arrows | Model: Mattie Steger | Makeup: Let’s Face It Makeup Studio | Dress: The Dress Theory | Dress Designer: Claire Pettibone | Veil & Earrings: Enchanted Atelier by Liv Hart | Earrings: Kash Crystals | Diamond Ring: Heidi Gibson | Invitation: East Six | Ring Box: The Mrs Box | Ribbons & Scarf: Silk & Willow

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2016-02-05

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It’s common to feel bombarded with inspiration when planning a wedding and not know where to start. We totally recommend starting up a Pinterest board and just pinning away at as much pretty as you can. When you take a look at your Pinterest board after a while, a common theme will appear and you can see what style you’ve been liking all along. It’s then much easier to find and look for more refined inspiration to add to it and build your wedding scheme from there. This Farmer’s Daughter inspired bridal shoot from film photographer Michelle Condne from Captures For Keeps Photography and stylist Pretty Miss Events incorporates elements of boudoir, bride and groom style and reception decor. Hints of vintage, rustic wedding style and delicate touches of lace make this shoot jam packed full of wedding inspiration for your big day…

From Anna Collius of Pretty Miss Events: “I am the farmer’s daughter. I am my mother’s sunshine. Today, I get married to the boy who has held my hand, pushed me in the tire swing and helped in my grandpa’s general store.” This was our inspiration as we set out to design this vendor collaboration. We love small towns. They have a special place in our hearts. The antique stores are like treasure troves and have a piece of history in each piece. There’s wonderful, thought out architecture in the town square and somewhere on the outskirts of town, a beautiful full-of-love farmhouse. This is where we envisioned our farmer’s daughter wanting to start her new life.”

Captures For Keeps Photography

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“We brought in pieces that we have found on our antiquing road trips from all over the Midwest. ‘Grandma’s trunk’, depression-era glass, doilies found in the attics of abandoned lofts in barns. (Yeah, that happened :) ) We like to layer textures and we created an aesthetic that is more rustic chic than luxe. The clothes featured on our bridegroom is reminiscent of a by gone era where men dressed like gentlemen and the dresses for our bride were chosen because of the beautiful attention to detail. The beaded dress could have been worn at a 1930s party and could have been found in a trunk once belonging to her grandmother, as well as the lace dress that could have been her mother’s own wedding gown.”

Captures For Keeps Photography

Captures For Keeps Photography

Captures For Keeps Photography

Captures For Keeps Photography

“As with all of our events, all of our details are planned out with purpose. We love and strive to incorporate intimate details unique to each couple. This isn’t just a trip down the aisle, it’s a lifelong journey that’s blended generations of families in marriage. Included in this shoot, was a quick boudoir inspired set. The dusty blue silk negligee was found in basement of a shop in an antique wardrobe in Fort Wayne, IN and was something we definitely wanted to incorporate.”

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Captures For Keeps Photography

Captures For Keeps Photography

“In addition to designing events, we also work with boudoir photographers to design sets and source wardrobe and love to help clients find unique pieces. As someone who has previous experience in the fashion industry, Anna recognized a need for this kind of service and offers this to our clients and fellow vendors. Who doesn’t love pretty silk? For this project, we could think of no one better than Michelle Condne of Captures For Keeps Photography. This little dynamo is a fantastically talented photographer! The way she lights the frame. The magical softness. It’s too much. Her eye captured this shoot with the grace and style David and I imagined. We contacted graphic designer and stationer, Karrie Brock, with our vision and what we hoped our bride and groom’s name might be and she ran with it.”

Captures For Keeps Photography

Captures For Keeps Photography

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Captures For Keeps Photography

Captures For Keeps Photography

“The wooden invitations were laser burned and had beautiful calligraphic elements. Burned from a piece of thin wood, she burned the edges such that it looks like a piece of a branch was sliced. The wheat was a nice addition as well. She’s designed a wonderful suite that matched the tone and colors that are so often captured by Michelle’s lens. The lush cream and pink liner with their names adds a fantastic detail for guests. Our make up artist Natalie Henry did a beautiful job on our model’s makeup. She works creatively in the industry and is a true professional! We are so grateful she could join us. Any bride would be lucky to have Natalie enhance their natural beauty on their big day.”

Captures For Keeps Photography

Captures For Keeps Photography

Captures For Keeps Photography

Captures For Keeps Photography

Vendor details

Photography: Captures For Keeps Photography | Film Lab: Photovision Prints | Event Design, Florals, Vintage Rentals & Props: Pretty Miss Events | Graphic Design & Paper Goods: Karrie Brock | Makeup Artist: Natalie Henry | Hair Stylist: Anna Collius | Models: Meagan Pacholski & Jared Stilwell | Desserts: The Anderson’s Market | Venue: Wildwood Metropark

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2016-02-03

We’ve had a week of wonderful bridal style on Wedding Sparrow this week! Regular readers will know our love for the simple and organic when it comes to wedding style and this sweet light filled bridal session from Lauren Peele Photography displays just that. The brides freckles, her relaxed and loose hairstyles, the beautiful gown full of movement, we’re in love!

From Lauren: “I’d love to share with you an earthy organic bridal session, with the most stunning real bride. Emily was wed last weekend at a breathtaking beach-side wedding, and she wanted her bridals to be very natural like her wedding was. She wore an amazing Judd Waddell dress, and she had a custom cape made of lace for the ceremony. Emily is an artist, and she even made her own bouquet.”

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Photography: Lauren Peele Photography | Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab | Dress: Judd Waddell

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2016-02-03

We’ve raved about our love for SIBO Designs before, but seriously? Today we’re gushing over these ethereal and enchanting photos by Brumley & Wells, showcasing the bridal accessory perfection that is SIBO Designs. The white sands and desolate dunes perfectly complement the Leanne Marshall gowns and we just can’t get enough…

From Sheila of SIBO Designs:“The 2015 SIBO Designs collection shoot of headpieces, veils & coverups was photographed in the New Mexico sand dunes. We aimed for a amazing combination of a soft and natural look combined with the ethereal surroundings in white sand dunes.

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SIBO Designs is a Wedding Sparrow approved vendor and proudly part of the Fine Art Curation. You can see more of her beautiful work here.

Vendor Details

Photography: Brumley & Wells | Film Lab used: Mammum Film Lab | Accessories: SIBO Designs | Florals: Cori Cook Floral Design | Dresses: Leanne Marshall | Styling: The Wells Makery | Venue: Dunes Life Nature Trail

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