2016-03-30

We love a literary inspired wedding editorial and this Outlander styled session from Lisa O’Dwyer Photography and La Vie Le Gage Couture Events is so full of details and thoughtful touches, any bride would gain bucket loads of ideas from it. The series of Outlander books (now a hit TV series) tells the tale of James and his beloved Claire in a whirlwind love story set in Scotland in 1743. With Joyce from La Vie Le Gage Couture Events at the helm of this editorial, it was sure to be a stunning source of inspiration for anyone with Scottish heritage and fans of the books and TV series.

From La Vie Le Gage Couture Events: “I’m a passionate fan of the first book ‘Outlander’, which is a pat of an eight book series. I could not let this opportunity of allowing my imagination having it’s way designing/staging this inspired shoot. The motto of clan Fraser, Je Suis Prest, I am Ready imparted to me ‘Let’s Do This! Envisioning the two main characters coming to life was beyond fun for me! The 25 million worldwide fans of this book series will, I’m sure notice the details telling the story of James Alexander Malcohm Fraser and his beloved Claire Elizabeth Beauchamp. I purposely chose a few scenes from the book depicting what I truly love to do, which is Event Planning. These chosen scenes are endearing to me: The ceremony, a few tender moments after the ceremony, and the reception.

The venue, Cherokee Ranch and Castle Foundation, was actually built for an immigrant ‘Scotsman’. The terrain around the Castle was very much like the area that Lisa O’Dwyer Photography shot some images of Standing Stones to give a visual in this shoot of a key detail in the story line. A great fit for an inspired Highlander ceremony and reception feast. The reception actually occurred in a small pub. I let my creative passions and imagination intermingle!”

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

“A chair that was my husband’s great, great grandparents’ was a great component to display items that would chronicle the story of James Fraser. A bitty piece of the Lord Lovet Fraser tartan festooned with the clan badge draped over the chair, a strand of pearls belonging to Jamie’s mother given now to Claire as a wedding present, the sporran and dirk (dagger) no Highlander is without, and a clock to represent Claire falling back through time from 1946 to 1743. A stunning fragment of architecture built on a hill overlooking the Castle venue, characterized the small enchanting chapel as written in the book where Jamie and Claire recited their vows. The character Claire wore a simple yet stunning gown designed by Rebecca Schoneveld. This gown bridges time from 1743 and heedful of brides today.

Viewing the location for the reception table set-up was fetching indeed. The Castle views were incredibly breathtaking! Implementing researched components concerning 1743 were scotch, pewter, period clothing, and simple rustic fare. I decided on a color palette to bring historical richness of that era and reflect today’s brides as well.”

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

“Rich tones of brown in the table linens provided by La Tavola Linens was drawn from Claire’s over skirt as referenced from her wedding gown. The strategy using the two tones of brown linens supported the table’s pewter serving pieces along with the gray dinnerware consisting of dinner plates and salad plates. Utilizing the ‘Red Tudor’ patterned plates in between the two grays, brought in the color of the Fraser kilt ensemble provided by Kilt Rental USA. Sprigs of lavender sitting alongside some hearty broken cheese was unpretentious beauty at it’s best!! Accompanying place cards parading blackberries, threaded more Scottish accents as well.

The paper suite was designed by Karen Bartolomei. Karen’s design of the invitation having a banner with all those luscious blackberries really captured both time periods. Karen even printed small bookmarks with the Fraser Crest of a Stag and the clan’s motto ‘Jes Suis Prest’ (I am Ready)! The stage is also on the venue’s crest, which I thought played out well for this shoot. An important feature Karen really showed her love of detail was in the custom labels adorning the lavender vials I flaunted on Claire’s apothecary table!”

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

Lisa O’Dwyer Photography

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“Claire Elizabeth Beauchamp was known in ‘Outlander’ as a healer in 1743. To convey this point of Claire’s character, I thought of displaying an apothecary table. Setting this mood for Claire, I donned the table with a mocha brown table linen effectively highlighting the lavender vials, apothecary scale, and written apothecary notes along with a personal missive from Jamie executed by calligrapher Jillian Yee-Pham of 2 Hearts B 1 Designs. By adding very old books I acquired from an auction gave reference to Jamie being an educated Highlander when, most were not. Colored lavender apothecary vials filled with fresh lavender and other selected herbs would connect with brides today. These vials linked the color palette to the floral.

Courtney Cochetas of Flowers Forever Design implemented and infused the color palette I chose Bonny Well! The floral runner adorning the feast table was carefully hand woven on-site. I positioned two bronze pheasants into the floral runner that reinforced the Scottish theme I was weaving! The bridal bouquet and floral halo for the bride produced such emotion! Ornate floral accents on two chairs identified the bride and groom most splendidly! The floral was grandiose, yet charming leaving one in awe of the beauty it provided so well.

Lisa O’Dwyer of Lisa O’Dwyer Photography amazed me with her attention to capturing all the details I embedded into this shoot. Hints for the fans to discover! I myself am attracted to detail and really appreciated the complements Lisa gave me on the particularities in the shoot.

My goal was to have the ‘feel’ of 1743 fit into a brides’ thoughts in present time as well. I am pleased with the results! Translating visions with props is what I do. Couples conveying themselves to their guests with decor, I never tire of telling my clients story!”

Vendor details

Photography: Lisa O’Dwyer Photography | Venue: Cherokee Ranch and Castle Foundation | Event Design/Styling: La Vie Le Gage Couture Events | Floral Design: Flowers Forever Design | Cake: Astonishing Cakes, LLC | Hair & Make-Up Artistry: Allison Beach | Wedding Dress: Rebecca Schoneveld | Veil: Blue Bridal Boutique | Full Kilt Regalia: Kilt Rental USA |Men’s Poet Shirt: Joyful By Design | Invitation Suite/Book Mark Favors/Labels On Vials: Karen Bartolomei | Calligraphy On Apothecary Notes/Vows: Jillian Yee-Pham | Chairs: La Vie Le Gage Couture Events | Table Design/Staging Decor: La Vie Le Gage Couture Events | Linens: La Tavola | Prop Tables: Event Rents Denver | Scottish Bonnet: Scottish And More | Lavender Books: Calhoun Book Store | Apothecary Scale: Austin Metro Retro

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Outlander Inspired Scottish Wedding Style

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2016-03-30

If you love soft pastel feminine real wedding inspiration then today we have the perfect wedding for you from Allie Lindsey. Set in a beautiful vineyard, Kimberly and Lowell created their Californian wedding with such love and attention. From the curtain ceremony archway to the mocha coloured long bridesmaids dresses, their wedding looks classic and feminine…

From Allie: “Kimberly and Lowell, had a beautiful wedding, filled with laughter and love. Early in the year I shot their engagement session and remembered how adorable this couple was together. They were so easy to photograph and such a delight to be around. Their wedding day started at the South Coast Winery in Temecula CA, where I was with the girls getting ready. Kimberly is such a sweet and petite little thing that was a dream to photograph in film. After the getting ready we headed over the wedding venue at another winery in Temecula, Falkner Winery. It was such a beautiful day filled with the most amazing light and details.”

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

Allie Lindsey

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Vendor details

Photography: Allie Lindsey | Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab | Wedding Venue: Falkner Winery | Getting ready location: South Coast Winery | Florals: Family Friend

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Pastel Inspired Real Wedding at a Vineyard

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2016-03-30

It’s our first day in Texas today and while we work on some secret projects (coming soon!) so it’s only right we feature some beautiful Texan landscape with the perfect in love couple photographed by Loft Photographie…

From Andrea at Loft Photographie: “When you live by the water, you take advantage of living by the water! We are fortunate to have two beautiful rivers running through our quaint Texas town, so we take every opportunity to use them as a sparkling backdrop for sessions like this one. We adore this early morning session, and the way our rivers look on film! And Janelle and Travis’ killer style and contagious chemistry made their session by the water so much sweeter!”

Loft Photographie

Loft Photographie

Loft Photographie

Loft Photographie

Loft Photographie

Loft Photographie

Loft Photographie

Loft Photographie

Loft Photographie

Loft Photographie

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Vendor details

Photography: Loft Photographie | Film Lab: PhotoVision | Janelle’s Boots: Teysha | Jewelry: Noonday Collection & The Giving Keys | Hat: H&M

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On the River Engagement Session

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2016-03-29

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2016-03-29

“The earth has music for those who listen.” -Shakespeare

We’ve been inspired by a ton of vast, open spaces recently but we also have an affinity for an enchanted forest backdrop for a bridal session. The soft water currents and the dewey vegetation add a softness to the bridal look and we love how Lauren Liddell Photography portrayed this serene location. Oh, not to mention we’ve got some major heart eyes for this lovely Houghton gown from The Dress Theory…

From Lauren Liddell Photography: “When I saw this quote I knew I wanted to dream up a shoot inspired by the simple beauty and sounds of nature. The light that comes through the trees and reflects off the Strong River is absolutely beautiful and reminds me of summers growing up in Mississippi. It was the perfect place for this bridal shoot!”

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

Lauren Liddell Photography

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Vendor Details

Photography: Lauren Liddell Photography | Film Lab: Photovision | Dress: Houghton Bride via The Dress Theory | Ribbon: Silk and Willow | Hair & Makeup: Mod by Kristina | Florals: Blooms | Model: Brittany Barkley

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Organic Riverside Bridal Inspiration

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2016-03-29

Sometimes an elaborate celebration with hundreds of guests is not what the couple wants! Sometimes a small, intimate destination wedding full of charming details and quality time spent with loved ones is the preferred route, just like in today’s beautiful Tuscany wedding by our favorite, Greg Finck Photography. The stunning embellishments on the bride’s Anna Campbell gown match the charm of the ancient Italian villa, where friends and family gathered to celebrate the new couple. Wedding planner Italy Weddings designed a sophisticated tablescape with ivory linens to complement the colorful peach colored florals…

From Greg Finck Photography: “Ciara and Mark are an Irish couple from Belfast, Ireland, and had chosen sunny Tuscany for their wedding. When you’re used to grey sky and pouring rain, it’s hard not to totally fall for Tuscany, that fabulous part of Italy calling for bathing sun, easy lifestyle and awesome food and wine.

At the very first contact, Ciara and Mark explained me that they wanted a very intimate wedding, with just forty guests, to focus on the essential, and enjoy their loved ones. They had chosen a magnificent historical Villa – Villa Piaggia – in the heart of Tuscany, to tie the knot. This venue is ideally located, surrounded by square miles of Chianti vineyards and breath-taking landscapes. All of their forty guests had met there for 4 days of celebration, and spend time together.

The d-day has been perfectly planned and designed by Ben Singleton, from Italy Weddings, an American who has been based in Tuscany for years, organizing weddings there. A simple table enhanced by a giant flower garland and fairy lights created a very charming and warm atmosphere. Floral design made of pastel peonies was everywhere, from the Bride’s bouquet to the church decoration.

To keep on that pastel theme, we decided to do the couple session in the middle of olive trees, surrounded by tall grass and a magnificent sun. The couple and their guests then enjoyed a typical Italian meal made of handmade pasta with figs, beef with brunello sauce and rosemary roast potatoes. This beautiful summer day ended with the cutting of a giant millefoglie wedding cake.”

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Greg Finck

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Greg Finck

Greg Finck

Greg Finck

Greg Finck

Greg Finck

Greg Finck

Greg Finck

Greg Finck

Greg Finck

Greg Finck

Greg Finck

Greg Finck

Greg Finck

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Greg Finck

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Greg Finck

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Greg Finck<strong>Vendor Details</strong>

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Greg Finck is a Wedding Sparrow approved vendor and proudly part of the Fine Art Curation. You can see more of his beautiful work here.

Vendor Details

Photography: Greg Finck Photography | Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab | Dress: Anna Campbell | Photography Assistant: Inspired by Love | Event Planning & Design: Italy Weddings | Jewelry: Tiffany & Co

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2016-03-29

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2016-03-29

Have we mentioned that we just love love love florals? Today we’re loving the feminine tones in this lovely little bouquet by Tiffany of Foraged Floral, photographed beautifully by Chicago film photographer Kristin La Voie. Brides: we know you’ll also love the simple styling seen here for your bridal sessions. Keeping things simple and natural ensures timeless memories…

From Tiffany, Foraged Floral: “The biggest inspiration for this shoot came from the color palette within the florals, and not to mention our gorgeous red headed bride. Soft pastels, with a hint of the unexpected, made for an extremely dreamy setting.

When brides think of Chicago, they think of the downtown area, the lights, and the skyscrapers. To me, pure and simple Midwestern beauty comes from our natural surrounding; so we decided to step outside the traditional Chicago-esque mindframe and head into the fields of LeRoy Oakes in St. Charles, IL. A simple and natural setting is always best, and truly allows for our bride’s unique style to shine.”

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Kristin La Voie Photography

Vendor Details

Photography: Kristin La Voie Photography | Film Lab: The Find Lab | Model: Victoria S., BMG Models | Gown: Lee-Lim Collective | Hair & Makeup: Blend Beauty Studio | Planning, Floral, & Styling: Foraged Floral | Venue: LeRoy Oakes

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2016-03-29

Having Wedding Sparrow HQ near the beach means we have a soft spot for all things fine art and beachy. We love that there doesn’t have to be a nautical theme or any traditional ideas of a beach wedding. Film photographer Katie Grant shows us that all you need is a pale palette to match the blue/grey tones of the sea and sky plus a little imagination and the result is just beautiful…

From Katie: “This styled shoot features a romantic, seaside, ‘table for two’ that is perfect for the eloping couple or to transform into a larger scale wedding. Crashing waves slammed into nearby rocks creating both a beautiful show and an intense soundtrack for the evening. We went for a soft tulle wedding gown that subtly caught the sea breeze and perfectly contrasted the harsh, rocky shores of La Jolla. Foraged clam shells hold rolled menus tied delicately in Frou Frou Chic ribbon and muted flowers were carefully chosen from the local Little Italy Farmer’s market. Hand calligraphed quotes by E.E. Cummings, “It’s always ourselves we find in the sea” and Kahlil Gibran, “in one drop of water are found all the secrets of the ocean” set the stage for this romantic and intimate affair. Ornate silver and an antique, 1920s, aquamarine ring polish off the look.”

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Katie Grant Photography

Vendor details

Photography: Katie Grant Photography | Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab | Dress: Watters | Bridal Salon: Here Comes the Bride | Veil: Ericka Koesler | Calligraphy, Cake, Florals, Styling: Katie Grant

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2016-03-28

The stunning Amalfi Coast was on our bucket list of places to visit so when Sandra ?berg Photography kindly invited us to travel there to attend the Moda e Arte Workshop with some very talented vendors, we jumped at the chance. Surrounded by epic architectural beauty as well as the romantic bridal inspiration created by world reknowned stylist and designer, Joy Proctor Design, we were in fine art heaven. We were joined by not only by Sandra and Joy but also by KT Merry Photography, Pearl & Godiva, Jannie Baltzer and some creative attendees from all over the world. Moda e Arte is an All Inclusive Luxury Workshop in Europe that combines fine art film photography with fashion forward wedding couture photography. To join us in Spring 2015 in Paris – signing up to the wait list here…

From Stylist Joy Proctor: “For this Fall’s Moda e Arte Workshop we had the pleasure of shooting at the oldest church on the Amalfi coast, the ruins of the Basilica d Sant’Eustachio in Scala. Complete with marble columns and stone windows overlooking the coast, the Basilica was the inspiration for our shoot. We imagined a girl waiting to meet her lover within the walls of the old church. She picks flowers as she waits, making a crown of candles so that her love might see her face as they exchange a promise of love.

To highlight the beautiful relationship between fashion and weddings, we chose two beautiful gowns to juxtapose the church ruins. The backless Inbal Dror gown paired perfectly with Jannies Balters rhinestone headpiece. For the second bridal look we chose a white Delphine Manivet gown with the most delicate ethereal fabric. The movement in the white gown was the perfect compliment to the heavy textured ruins of the church. The color palette, a sultry combination of deep reds and pinks invoked the true passion of the romance.”

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Sandra ?berg Photography

Be sure to check out the stunning video from our travels below shot by the very talented MG Image! Take us back to the Amalfi Coast stat….

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Vendor details

Photography: Sandra ?berg Photography| Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab | Design & Styling & Florals: Joy Proctor Design | Robes & Mask: Girl With a Serious Dream | Bra & Panties: Lali Louche | Veils and headpieces: Jannie Baltzer | Hair & Makeup: Mia Jeppson | Model: Karoline E. Le Management | Location: Belmond Hotel Caruso & Ruins of the Basilica di Sant’Eustachio – Amalfi Coast| Gowns: Delphine Manivet from Maria Fekih Store Copenhagen and Inbal Dror | Invitations: Julie Song Ink | Vintage Jewelry box: Classic Vintage Rentals | Floral Crown: Joy Proctor Design | Videography: MG Image

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