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“Don’t marry the person you think you can live with. Marry only the individual you think you can’t live without.” JAMES C. DOBSON | PHOTO BY MIKE RADFORD

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ON THE COVER PHOTOGRAPHER Elizabeth Messina BRIDE’S ATTIRE Claire Pettibone LOCATION Sea Island Resort, Georgia HAIR AND MAKEUP Erin Skipley and Claudia Mejerle STYLING Ginny Branch FLORALS Amy Osaba

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36 14 EDITOR’S LET TER An introduction by Tulle Magazine’s Editor in Chief 16 EDITOR’S PICKS Our Editor’s favorite wedding finds for the season 18 SOMETHING NEW Borrowed and blue, sure. But something new is always sweeter in our book 24 THE TULLE LIST A roundup of our favorite brands, products, and locales for your big day 32 CLOSER LOOK Tulle gets up close and personal with the latest in wedding tech 6 | tullemag. com

107 36 STONE FOX BRIDE A collection of gowns designed for the modern, boho bride 42 REGISTRY 101 We share our picks for practical registry must-haves 44 TULLE PLANNER Wedding industry experts give their advice on creating your dream day 48 GET BRIDAL FIT Two trainers weigh in on how to stay fit with a wedding workout timeline 50 YOUR WEDDING PHOTOG Photographer Jana Williams shares how to choose wisely





52 BRIDAL BEAUTY Makeup artist Sonia Kashuk knows how to create that glow

74 WEDDING JUICE CLEANSE Juice your way to the altar with these tasty (and healthy) packages

54 bridesmaids brunch An inspiring shoot for popping the big question to your bridesmaids

76 BRIDAL BEAUTY STAPLE The new Clarisonic Mia2™ Hollywood Lights collection cleanses and sparkles for beautiful, bridal skin

62 MINT JULEPS, 3 WAYS Create a signature cocktail for your reception based on the classic mint julep 68 HOW TO: WELCOME BAGS Welcome your guests to your wedding weekend by assembling this perfect gift 72 HOW TO: BRIDAL SHOWER Tips for a garden party bridal shower this summer

78 BIG DAY ESSENTIALS Everything you need to carry with you on your wedding day 82 UNDER THE BOARDWALK Kicking off our real engagements is this beachy, boardwalk shoot in Manhattan Beach, California


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lake como love A destination wedding in idyllic Lake Como, Italy with elegance and flair

118 ETHEREAL OJAI Roses, draping and a stunning backdrop bring these nuptials to an otherwordly level

100 SOUTHERN SWEET This South Carolina wedding adds shades of lavender to whimsy and sophistication

128 ORGANIC ROMANCE Dripping with perfection from the setting to the details, this shoot will inspire any bride

110 LOVE IN BLOOM It’s all about the florals in this pink and green garden-inspired wedding

138 liz and dez This beautiful fete held at California’s Solage Calistoga is truly one to remember 28

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170 146 ORANGE DREAM What could be better than a wedding shoot with an orange Volkswagen van?

170 FLORAL FANCY A shoot overflowing with fancy florals in a lovely, gardenesque venue

154 SHELBY AND CHRIS We love a non-traditional dress and this one has us stunned over its beauty

182 BRAD AND LESLEY A couple says “I Do” in a tranquil destination celebration by the water

164 BILTMORE BEAUTY A wedding at America’s largest home is equal parts classic, historical and full of love

190 HELLO, GORGEOUS Garden roses, sweeping gowns and the couple’s favorite pups show up in this magical shoot

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TULLE Founder and Editor in Chief K aitlyn K irby Editorial Pro duc tion A ssistant M ichael B enters Cover Photo grapher Elizabeth M essina Editorial Team Public Relations and Marketing Lauren Kendall Public Relations and Editorial M arc Wendt Photographers Car men S antorelli Clar y Pfeiffer Elizabeth M essina Er ich M cVey Esther Sun Gina Zeidler J Wiley Photography Jana Williams Jen Huang Jennifer Blair Landon Jacob Laura M ur ray Leslee M itchell M ar iel Hannah M ike R adford Rustic White Photography S ean M oney and Elizabeth Fay Splendid M usings Photography Troy Grover Photographers Wendy Laurel Tulle O ffices Tulle M agazine Phone | (347) 687-2183 Email | hello@tullemag.com Web | w w w.tullemag.com Tulle M agazine is a digital lifest yle publication for the moder n br ide available in pr int and online at w w w.tullemag.com. All r ights re ser ved. No par t of this publication may be reproduced, distr ibuted, or transmitted in any for m or by any means, including photocopying, recording, or other elec tronic methods, without the pr ior wr itten per mission of the publisher, except in the case of br ief quotations embodied in digital and pr int reviews. Copyr ight Š 2014 Tulle M agazine. Photo by M ar iel Hannah.

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Hey, brides— Follow us on the web! Be sure to follow us on Twitter @tullemag, on Facebook (facebook.com/tullemag) and pin with us on Pinterest (pinterest.com/tullemag).

Have ideas? Let us know! I’d love to hear from you. Send me an email kate@tullemag.com or tweet me @minimagkate to share suggestions, thoughts, and ideas on this issue and those to come.

When I was looking through all of the weddings that sit on the pages of this issue of Tulle, I couldn’t help but notice one thing— they all incorporated beautiful blooms! Maybe it’s because it’s almost summer and we’re in the midst of a floral frenzy, but these bunches of buds really seem to bring it all together. In my opinion, there is truly nothing a bunch of roses or a lovely peony bouquet (or my personal favorite, hydrangeas) cannot liven up. From floral crowns to garlands to stunningly tall centerpieces or even simple bud vases on the tables, this issue is brimming with inspiration for brides-to-be planning their own upcoming nuptials. Plus, we’ve teamed up with some of the best experts from the wedding world to help you go beyond the blooms and make your planning process even easier. Take these tips from experts like Preston Bailey and David Tutera and file them away. We want you to relish the entire wedding journey and even allow yourself to stop and smell the roses along the way. I hope you enjoy our second issue of Tulle and find yourself as inspired as I am by all of its floral beauty.

Kaitlyn Kirby

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This time of year, everything seems to be coming up roses, and peonies, and tulips, and hydrangeas. There are so many ways to incorporate the beautiful blooms of the season into your big day. One of my favorites? Statement shoes! Make an entrance with florals on your feet as you walk down the aisle. — Kate 16 | tullemag. com







1. Brooks Brothers flats are a nice change for your reception footwear ($168, brooksbrothers.com) 2. Flowers and beads adorn these DSquared pumps that offer that certain spring in your step ($895, luisaviaroma.com) 3. You can never go wrong with a Kate Spade pump, especially this painted pair ($328, katespade.com) 4. This rose printed ASOS pump will wow guests as you make an entrance ($53, asos.com) 5. These printed Ivanka Trump shoes could be your Something Blue ($120, zappos.com 6. A play on

pretty florals, this lemon print by Kate Spade fits the bill ($328, katespade.com) 7. Steve Madden packages elegance and blooms in one chic shoe ($79.95, nordstrom.com) 8. A red sole and a red-hued floral print from Christian Louboutin ($975, neimanmarcus.com) 9. A comfortable heel alternative from Tieks by Gavrieli ($295, tieks.com) 10. A soft, pretty in pink pump by Stuart Weitzman ($625, saks.com) 11. A Manolo Blahnik pump that wears like art ($685, neimanmarcus.com)



1. This cluster pearl necklace with monogram is a collab piece from Moon and Lola and Southern Living ($368, moonandlola. com) 2. This acrylic monogram necklace by Moon and Lola is a must-have ($48, moonandlola.com) 3. We can think of no better wedding accessory than a monogram bracelet by BaubleBar ($120, baublebar. com) 4. Your husband-to-be can sport a monogram too with these Brooks Brothers cufflinks ($145, brooksbrothers.com) 5. A diamond initial piece by Jennifer Meyer you’ll keep for years to come ($995, barneys.com) 6. BaubleBar studs perfect for before, during, and after the wedding ($196, baublebar.com) 7. Love the others? Try a rose gold pair from Maya Brenner ($215, maxandchloe.com)








Who doesn’t love a shiny, new piece of jewelry for their wedding day? It’s even better when it’s personalized. At Tulle, we love a monogram and if you’re planning to change your name, why not flaunt it? With these jewels, you can incorporate your new initials into your wedding day ensemble and wear them for years to come.

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1. The comfy chic style of The Sleep Shirt is perfect for pre-wedding lounging (From $210, thesleepshirt. com) 2. The Lady Godiva robe from Eberjey is both romantic and ethereal, also available in white ($102, eberjey.com) 3. Plum Pretty Sugar also makes adorable rompers for brides-to-be to relax in before the big moment ($58, plumprettysugar. com) 4. What could be more chic pre-nuptials than a hand-dyed maxi dress by LoveShackFancy? Perfect for spring and summer fetes ($425, loveshackfancy.com) 5. A sheer bra from Cosabella is like wearing next to nothing ($79.50, cosabella.com)






As you prepare to walk down the aisle, it’s important you don an ensemble that won’t disturb your hair or makeup. We’ve rounded up the best pre-wedding outfits for you to lounge in as you sip champagne with your gals and chat about the beautiful bride you’re about to become— or better yet, your handsome husband-to-be. 20 | tullemag. com


1. You can never go wrong with polka dots, especially from Alexander McQueen ($150, farfetch.com) 2. Woven in England, this Brooks Brothers tie would be perfect for a July fete ($65, brooksbrothers.com) 3. Burberry is the epitome of chic and this bow tie is no exception ($150, nordstrom.com) 4. This light blue silk-twill bow tie is a lovely shade for summer ($85, neimanmarcus. com) 5. This pre-tied bow tie and pocket square from Mrs. Bow Tie are ready for your walk down the aisle ($52, fab.com) 6. A summer wedding would only be complete with a touch of seersucker from Brooks Brothers ($39.50, brooksbrothers.com)



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BOW TIE Who says your Something Blue can’t be your Mister? These blue-hued bow ties are a classic addition to your wedding ensembles and offer just the right amount of pizazz.

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................... Add a little Tiek Blue to your big day! The perfect shoes for brides. The perfect gift for bridesmaids.




WEDDING FREEZE FRAME Snap and share your wedding photos with WedPics, your guests will love the easy-to-use app interface! HOW DOES WEDPICS WORK FOR SHARING WEDDING PHOTOS?

WedPics is the app that allows couples and their guests to create a private, photo/video-driven social network around every wedding, ensuring that wedding couples will never miss another candid moment. Each couple [can] create a customized private network for their wedding in a few simple steps. HOW EASY IS IT FOR GUESTS TO USE WEDPICS?

First, the couple selects a custom Wedding ID. Next they invite their guests. Finally, they begin uploading their photos and videos into a single collaborative album (which can be split up into sub-albums for specific events). ONCE PHOTOS ARE UPLOADED, WHAT CAN WE DO WITH THEM? 24 | tullemag. com

Photos in WedPics are stored at full resolution, specifically for printing. WedPics is [also] fully integrated with Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter. And to that point, WedPics enables couples to turn OFF social sharing (if they choose) to ensure that the photos of the bride in her dress aren’t leaked before she walks down the aisle (for example).


WedPics is meant for capturing, sharing, and enjoying the entire wedding experience, from the initial engagement through the honeymoon and after. Today, couples on average use the app for 9 months (7 months per wedding and 2 months post wedding).


Spend more time enjoying your memories and less time chasing them down.

www.WedPics.com Print straight from the app with



A VOW TO BE CHIC It’s the elegance you deserve on your big day at a price they will love, Vow to Be Chic is a bride’s new BFF. TELL US HOW VOW TO BE CHIC WORKS.

We’re here to make the bridesmaid dress process as easy, affordable, and convenient as possible with our designer dress rentals! Just sign up on our website to browse our curated bridesmaid dress selection, and rent the dress you and your bridal party love. Months before the wedding we send each bridesmaid the dress in two sizes based on her measurements. Let us know your preferred size and send them both back in the prepaid packaging. One week before the wedding your perfect dress arrives at your doorstep. Afterwards, simply return the dress in the prepaid packaging. No need to worry about dry cleaning or anything else— we take care of the rest!


Absolutely! We currently offer 24 styles from top designers like Lula Kate, Swoon, and Alvina Valenta, each in multiple colors— and are adding more soon! Whether the bride wants the same or different styles, we have something for everyone. HOW DOES A BRIDESMAID DRESS RENTAL SERVICE HELP SAVE TIME AND MONEY?

On average, bridesmaids spend $300 on the dress, without alterations which can be another $100. Our designer dress rentals start at $95. Bridesmaids can save up to 75% on a dress, while the bride can still have the coveted, high-end designer dress she wants her bridesmaids to wear. Everyone wins! Plus [you can] shop online and we send the dresses right to your doorstep. tulle mag.com



STONE FOX BRIDE New York City’s Stone Fox Bride seeks to break the mold of the typical “storybook” wedding. BOHO BRIDE When Creative Director got engaged, she was disappointed in the overkill of poofy princess dresses and a lack of bridal edge; Stone Fox Bride was born. Called the “Best AntiBridezilla Bridal Showroom in New York,” Stone Fox Bride covers everything from dresses to veils to gorgeous wedding flowers. Stone Fox Bride is beautiful, it’s bohemian, it’s non-traditional and we couldn’t be more in love. —stonefoxbride.com

SWEET TOOTH Send your guests off with a sweet treat at the end of the night or set up a candy display for cocktail hour. We love Sugarfina for everything from chocolates to gummies to marshmallows and licorice and they’ll even create something personalized for your big day! Some of our Tulle favorites include this “Will You Be My Bridesmaid?” gift set and the 24-karat, champagne-infused, handcrafted marshmallows for a stunning wedding favor. —sugarfina.com

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TWIGS & HONEY With a love for tulle, silk, lace and feathers, Myra Callan’s Twigs & Honey creations are a wedding must-have. BOHO BRIDE Handcrafted veils and other hair accessories compose the stunning brand that is Twigs and Honey. Callan has made a name for herself with sparkly pieces like hair vines, halos, and tiaras, not to mention the veils embellished with pearls and crystals. On your wedding day, choose a Twigs & Honey accessory to add the glam factor your look may be missing. —twigsandhoney.com

BRIDAL BEAUTY Get your skin on track for that “bridal glow” with the Clarisonic Mia 2. The Hollywood Lights collection is a fun twist on the classic and translucent to show you behind-the-scenes sonic action. With daily use, the Clarisonic MIa 2 will deliver visibly cleaner, clearer skin just in time for your big day. And with these cool colors, we think they’d make a great gift for bridesmaids or your maid of honor! The Clarisonic Mia 2 Hollywood Lights collection is available at Sephora. —sephora.com

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A trip to the salon for a new ‘do and the latest dish from your stylist is a welcome break from reality, but how many times have you struggled to find the time in your busy schedule? And how many times have you had to cancel on your trainer last minute because something came up? Not anymore. Launched exclusively in New York City, Priv is a new on-demand beauty and wellness app that puts A-list celebrity stylists and personal trainers at the fingertips of the modern woman. Simply tap to schedule, and within minutes a stylist comes directly to you, all from the palm of your hand. Customers simply log onto the app and select one of the Priv Professionals— stylists and trainers personally vetted and critiqued by the Priv team. Each stylist has a profile on the app, and a rating based on previous customer experiences to ensure satisfaction. With different individual styles and skill sets, you’ll be sure to find a professional to match your lifestyle. Next, pick a service. Priv offers blowouts, makeup applications, manicures, hair32 | tullemag. com

cuts, and personal yoga or pilates sessions. Prices vary prices depending on tier levels, but tax and tip are always included in the price, making Priv easier than the salon ever was. Last minute blowout before lunch? Priv it. Manicure between the office and dinner? Priv it. In the mood for a to-die-for makeup sesh with your new go-to A-list celebrity makeup artist? Priv it. Anytime, anywhere.


A woman’s wedding day is undoubtedly one of the most special and unforgettable days of her life. But standing behind every bride—on her special day and during the months leading up to it—is her bridal party. Now there’s a website dedicated to dressing the bride’s beauties like never before. These are the bridesmaids. This is Brideside. Brideside.com, the online destination for bridesmaid dresses and accessories that brings the boutique to your door, is innovating the bridal marketplace as we know it. Customers start at Brideside by signing up for an account, which grants access to the Brideside concierge service. After meeting a personal stylist who assists the entire bridal party until the wedding day, take time exploring the online boutique that features more than 150 designers. Every dress is handpicked by the Brideside team ensuring only the best dresses from the best designers. Uniquely Brideside, customers order a $10 Brideside Box made up of your three favorite dresses (and some surprise goodies, too!) to try on at home, on your own time. You can keep the bridesmaid dresses for up to a week to decide which is the perfect fit before sending them back. Between the sizing videos, at-home try-on, and the assistance of a personal stylist, Brideside makes sure bridesmaids are buying the right size and buying with confidence. And why shouldn’t every dress be perfect, even if it is your best friend’s big day?

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A collection created for the modern bohemian bride, Stone Fox Bride carefully crafts beautiful blooms and simplicity into stunning wedding day ensembles. PHOTOGRAPHY BY ANDER HALLBERG

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On right: Luka gown, handembroidered floral net lace gown with contrasting mermaid hem insets. On left: Lucinda gown, silk charmeuse bias gown with plunging back and gathered train. Stone Fox Bride suggests pairing it with a smal bouquet of roses and sky-high stilettos.

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On right: Jenny veil, floorlength raw edge silk chiffon veil with delicate strand of fresh water pearls. Adorned with silk roses, gardenias and lilies. On left: Johanna gown, classic sweetheart gown with hand-tacked cummerbund and side pockets.

On left: Luisa gown, embroidered cotton sheath with scalloped sleeves and hem. Paired with the Butterfly Fresh Flower Halo, fresh flower halo featuring blue thistle, fragrant herbs and wildflowers.

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THE REGISTRY Creating your wedding registry can feel overwhelming, but when you know exactly what you need, consider it as easy as that first slice of cake!

For newlywed cooking

For entertaining

For newlywed baking

Le Creuset Matte Collection, 5 1/2 qt. Round French Oven, $280

Kate Spade, Sugar Pointe 5 Piece. Place Setting, $139

Le Creuset Matte Collection, Set of 3 Mini Cocottes, $75

For cleaning

For sleeping

For organization

Shark Steam Mop, Deluxe Lift Away Pro, Serena & Lily, Pickstitch Matelasse Cover$249.99 let in Natural, From $230

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Good Grips速 10-Piece POP Canister Set, $99.99

magnificent milestones

{a paperie with a chicago accent} 472 west erie street 312.951.8300 www.magnificentmilestones.com



PLANNING 101 Creating your dream wedding is a long process that sends many brides into a tizzy. But keep it simple— event planner extraordinaire Preston Bailey’s tips are here to help. Don’t forget to pick up his new book, Designing with Flowers, on sale now!

Plan your bouquet around the dress

Select room temperature foods

I have one simple rule for bouquets— If the bride is wearing an understated dress, you can allow for a more elaborate bouquet. The opposite also rings true. The more lavish the dress, the simpler the bouquet should be. You do not want to have your bouquet competing with your dress!

Select foods that can be served at room temperature— you never want to serve risotto for a wedding of 200. This is a dish that is best enjoyed warm.

Use local, seasonal blooms

I encourage my brides to create their own trends— I was recently at a wedding where the bride insisted on cutting her cake right after her first dance rather than at the end of the reception. I thought that made perfect sense! She allowed enough time for her cake to be cut and serve dessert to all 400 guests.

Flowers are much more cost effective during specific seasons. The best way to get the most out of a flower budget is by using local, seasonal flowers.

Create your own trends

Enjoy the day Enjoy yourself! I have seen too many brides miss out on their special day because they were too focused on vendors instead of trusting them to do their jobs. —prestonbailey.com

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I DO CHAOS Staying sane and organized while planning a wedding almost seems impossible, but Tulle has enlisted the help of celebrity wedding planner David Tutera to keep your road to the big I Do’s free of obstacles and headaches.

Do your homework ahead of time

Keep a wedding binder

Always do your research before reaching out to and meeting with vendors. If you have an idea of what you’re looking for, what you need, and what you don’t like, it will make it easier and as stress-free as possible for everyone. Recommendations from people you know and trust and portfolios from vendors are an absolute must so you can feel confident in your choice.

Keep all of your wedding planning “stuff” in one place, such as a dedicated binder. Staying organized this way will help you to know which elements still need your attention and what the status of longer term projects (such as having your dress altered) is.

Get inspired, gather photos Gather pictures from wedding blogs and sites like Pinterest to make an inspiration board for your nuptials. Refer back to your pictures throughout the process to make sure you’re staying on the right path. Having a clear vision will help you to remain focused and will make decision-making that much easier when the time comes! This is great for almost every aspect of your wedding, from printed materials and cakes to wedding gowns and bridal party gifts!

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Delegate to friends and family Assign smaller tasks to close friends and family members to help you get to your big day. Stressing out because you just don’t have the time to find the perfect ribbon to wrap around your bouquet? Ask your maid of honor to source a couple of beautiful options for you so that you can shift your focus to finding an officiant that you and your fiancé click with, or some other larger detail.

Don’t be a bridezilla Know that something will likely not be 100% as planned on your big day, but the important thing to remember is that you’re getting married! —davidtutera.com



BRIDAL FITNESS Don’t stress out over which strenuous fitness and diet plan you’ll need to squeeze into your gown. Trainers Karena and Katrina of Tone It Up share a fab timeline that can get any bride-to-be in shape for the big day.



• Stick to your workouts! Set your alarm at least 4 times a week to get your morning workout in. Make sure to sweat and tone everyday! • Aim for 200 miles of walking, jogging, running, stair mill, elliptical, cycling or swimming by your wedding day! That’s an average of 2.2 miles/day. If cycling, divide your miles by 3. (ie: if you’re cycling 12 miles, log 4 miles toward your 200 mile goal) • Cut out all fake sugars! Say goodbye to chemicals that cause you to hold on to stubborn fat cells • Get clean and focus in on your nutrition. Carbs are vital! But cut out processed carbs (crackers, chips, white breads, sugary cereals, white pasa and candy). Stick to sweet potato, quinoa, brown rice, whole wheat wraps, oatmeal and whole grain cereals • Keep it natural! Kick out diet soda, unnatural flavored waters, Splenda packets, boxed diet foods, sweetened yogurt and sugarfree coffee creamers. Sub in coconut water, kombucha and Sugar in the Raw • Plan ahead! With planning, errands and stress, don’t forget to eat. Plan out your meals ahead of time

• Incorporate 3 cups of greens per day. This will help cleanse you, and get your skin in tip-top condition • Treat your workouts like an appointment. You wouldn’t skip your cake tasting or dress fitting! • Between all of your to do’s, squeeze in smoothies or juices with spinach or kale. You can replace one meal and one or two snacks a day with a smoothie or juice • Craving sweets at night? It’s tea time! Drink tea to help cleanse your body, curb cravings and make sure you don’t give into that sweet treat

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1 WEEK BEFORE • Add lemon to your tea to burn extra fat • Sweat it out for an hour each day. Even if it’s a long walk! • Keep all meals after 2 P.M. lean and green —toneitup.com



WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY Your wedding photos are the best way of remembering the greatest day of your life, so choose a photographer wisely. Chic shutterbug Jana Williams shares what you should ask before you book.

Know what you like, who you are

Don’t be afraid to ask questions

Know your own style. The style of your wedding. Are you a classic, timeless, romantic bride or are you more into what’s trending and making statements and being unique? You’ll want to choose a photographer who fits your style.

If I were a bride today, here are a few things I would ask my photographer: How would you describe your style? Will you be directing me and my fiancé or will you be silently capturing moments? Will I receive a disc of images? How many images for an 8-hour day? Will the images be color-corrected? Will the images have a watermark? Will the images be high resolution? Will you have a second shooter? What is your price for additional hours if needed? Are you open to me sharing my Pinterest board with you? If you have not shot at the venue, would you be willing to come along on a walk-through? Do you have photography insurance? How long after the wedding before I receive the photos?

Get to know your photographer After narrowing down a few choices, make sure you meet the photographer. Coffee, Skype, or a phone call are all great. Personally, when I meet with a bride, we take the first 15 minutes or so just getting to know each other and talking about things that are not weddingrelated at all. Your wedding photographer should be someone you want to have a cup of coffee with; it’s very much attract and repel. I find that my brides are a lot like me or a lot like my friends. It makes sense because we are drawn to each other and like the same things.

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Your photographer is out there Not everyone is a perfect match. Choose a person you trust and someone you know will go the extra mile to make sure you will be happy. You eat the cake, you hang the dress, but the photos are forever! —jana-williams.com



WEDDING DAY BEAUTY It’s the biggest day of your life and your wedding look should reflect that. Tulle asked makeup artist and founder of Sonia Kashuk Beauty Sonia Kashuk her tips for creating timeless bridal beauty.

Mind your skincare routine

Try your looks before the wedding

Use an exfoliating wash and moisturizer in the morning. Mini at-home facials with steaming and enriched serums are great for night. You should focus on improving the texture and finish of the skin because on your wedding day, you don’t want to wear a lot of makeup. If your skin is looking gorgeous, you’re already halfway there.

Always test the looks out beforehand— your wedding day is not the time to try something completely new. And most importantly, think about the timelessness of your look. Can it transcend the test of time? When you look back on this day 10 years from now, you want to still look modern and relevant.

Prep and prime your skin After you’ve put on your moisturizer, always begin with a primer. My Vitamin Serum Primer beautifully preps the skin for a flawless application of makeup. Another secret weapon would be my Brightening Powder, which can be used over almost anything to illuminate, blend, and brighten at the same time. False eyelashes that naturally enhance rather than appearing too artificial, will add a big wow factor to your wedding day look.

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Don’t overdo your bridal makeup Oftentimes, I see people trying to make too much of a statement with their makeup that it overtakes the bride. You want the statement to be less about the makeup and more about the person. With all the hair and makeup, it can become so much and the bride ends up getting lost.

Keep treatments to a minimum You can do facials, but I wouldn’t go into any treatments within a week of your wedding. Just in case the skin behaves irregularly, you will want ample time for your skin to recover and be in its best shape. —soniakashuk.com

Bridesmaid Brunch

The moments leading up to your big day—from proposal to engagement party to rehearsal dinner—are another opportunity to celebrate those you love. Why not throw a bridal brunch to “propose” to your best gal pals, asking them to stand beside you when you say “I Do?” This bridal brunch offers all of the inspiration you need to put together a beautiful soiree, so pop that champagne! PHOTOGRAPHY BY J WILEY PHOTOGRAPHY

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FROM THE DESIGNERS When it’s your turn as the bride-to-be to pop the question, what better way than to invite your favorite girls to brunch with an abundance of pink and champagne!

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FROM THE DESIGNERS “Incorporating some

whimsical accents such as the playful hearts and ombre color palette, we created a look that was filled with personality and screamed fun! We wanted to play off the outdoor venue with a fresh take on our eats, treats and libations. We’re currently obsessing over laser-cut acrylic pieces in lieu of traditional paper goods, so we incorporated them as the “Eat Me” cupcake toppers. The bride and bridesmaids were easy, breezy and carefree with their hair and Donna Morgan attire. They all had a blast sipping their ONEHOPE mimosas and rocking out to Lana Del Rey. Most importantly, the bride picked a creative and fun way to ask her girlfriends to be bridesmaids! The girls were given balloons to POP the question!”


PRODUCED BY Be Inspired PR DESIGNER Intertwined Events DRESSES Donna Morgan PHOTOGRAPHY J Wiley Photography FLORAL DESIGN The Velvet Garden RENTALS Archive Rentals HAIR AND MAKEUP Kacee Geoffroy ACCESSORIES Two’s Company MIMOSA BAR ONEHOPE Weddings STATIONERY Nic. Roc. Designs VENUE The Washbow DESSERT Sprinkles Cupcakes

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JULEPS, 3 WAYS Spice up your wedding cocktail hour or reception with a signature cocktail. Mandy Kellogg Rye of Waiting on Martha shares three twists on the classic mint julep that will refresh your guests no matter the season. RECIPES AND STYLING BY MANDY KELLOGG RYE OF WAITING ON MARTHA PHOTOS BY RUSTIC WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY

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The Classic


CLASSIC MINT JULEP There’s nothing quite like the classic mint julep. It may remind you of Derby Day, but this muddled cocktail is a refreshing addition to any cocktail hour.

INGREDIENTS • 2.5 oz. Kentucky bourbon whiskey • 2-3 sugar cubes • 2-4 tsp. water • 2-4 sprigs fresh mint leaves and stems • Crushed ice

METHOD • Muddle mint leaves, sugar cubes and water in a mint julep cup • Fill with ice and add bourbon • Top with more ice and garnish with a mint sprig


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STRAWBERRY JULEP How lovely would this strawberry cocktail be on a hot summer day? And if your wedding colors involve shades of red, even better!

INGREDIENTS • 2.5 oz. Kentucky bourbon whiskey • 1-2 sugar cubes • 2-4 tsp. water • 2-4 sprigs fresh mint leaves and stems • 2 c. fresh strawberry juice • Crushed ice

METHOD • Muddle sugar cubes and water in a Mint Julep Cup • Fill with ice, bourbon, and splash of strawberry juice • Top with more ice and garnish with sprig of mint and strawberry


FROM THE EDITOR I can picture these as a fun cocktail station at a reception or a create a “Julep Bar” with all three recipes for festive sips just after the ceremony.



TANGERINE JULEP No matter what month, the tangerine julep is a must-have at cocktail hour. We love the bright color, accessorized with an orange slice!

INGREDIENTS • 2.5 oz. Kentucky bourbon whiskey • 1-2 sugar cubes • 2-4 tsp. water • 2-4 sprigs fresh mint leaves and stems • 2 c. freshly squeezed tangerine juice • Tangerine peel • Crushed ice

METHOD • Muddle sugar cubes in water in a Mint Julep Cup • Fill with ice, bourbon and a splash of tangerine juice • Top with more ice and garnish with a mint sprig and slice of tangerine


FROM THE EDITOR Accessorize your julep cups with paper straws in your wedding colors, create custom cocktail stirrers and when it’s over, julep cups make great vases for fresh blooms!

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Throwing a fun wedding weekend for your family and friends? There is an art to crafting a well-curated welcome bag and Tulle has asked Kristin Alexander of Esoteric Events to give us the 411 of welcome bag arranging. PHOTOGRAPHY BY CARMEN SANTORELLI TIPS AND STYLING BY KRISTIN ALEXANDER, ESOTERIC EVENTS

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THE WELCOME BAG 411 A fun surprise in their hotel rooms, a door-to-door delivery on the weekend of your wedding— welcome bags are one way to let your guests know they’re important. Event planner Kristin Alexander shares what should be placed inside.

Include items that you enjoy as a couple. It will help paint an even brighter picture of what you appreciate together!

Include wedding information Guests tend to forget where to be and when to be there, so this is a great way to remind them.

Pick a container that fits your day

Share your thanks

Whether it be a tote bag, box or basket, make sure your container coordinates with the look and feel of your special day.

Your guests will appreciate a handwritten welcome note, thanking them for joining you on your day.

Wine is always a good idea

Create a hotel list

Give your guests an easy way to unwind and de-stress upon their arrival. Tie in your big day by gifting wine that will be served at your reception.

If you have guests staying at multiple hotels, take the guesswork out of deliveries by creating a custom list for each hotel. And be sure to include a contact number in case of questions!

Don’t forget the snacks! After traveling, it is always nice to arrive to some food. I suggest covering all three bases to please all palates: sweet, salty and savory.

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To deliver or not to deliver Ask hotels the cost for having each bag delivered to your guest rooms in advance. If the costs begin to add up, I suggest distributing them by hand to guests at the Welcome Party. —esotericevents.com

Headshot by Toby Hoogs

Express yourself

WELC OME BAG BUYING GUIDE We’re sharing our picks for arranging inside the welcome bag

C H O C O L AT E Mast Brothers chocolate like this Brooklyn blend ($10) will be a hit.

FUNKY WINE Modern House Wines have fun sayings like “With Love,” “Expensive,” and “Mazel Tov.”

CUSTOM MAP Visit maps.stamen.com for a custom watercolor map of anywhere in the world! PLUS, it’s free!




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Entertaining expert Annette Joseph believes throwing a garden party bridal shower can be as easy as simply going out into your garden. Her new book Picture Perfect Parties shows you how using florals and fauna from your own garden can be a beautiful and affordable option and now, we’re sharing them with you! “I like hydrangeas, tulips and ferns, herbs and branches,” said Joseph. “Collect vases and cake stands and place these florals all over your table.”


A bridal shower is a great chance to serve a garden party menu. Dishes like stuffed zucchini flowers, crudites with dipping oil, fresh-fromthe-garden salad, and deconstructed raspberry cannoli can all be found in Joseph’s book, Picture Perfect Parties.


Have guests bring gifts for the gardener, the bride and groom will appreciate the additions to their home and garden. You can also put together kitchen herb planters for guests to take home as parting gifts.


Chalkboard planting pots are adorable and affordable (you can find some at West Elm). You can even put the guests name on each one with chalk, tie them with jute and set them at the door for guests to grab as they head home.



The invitation can be a seed packet with a decorative tag tied on it with jute, including the shower specifics: date, time, place and garden gift suggestion.


Use a burlap or rough linen table runner. Place napkin roll-ups in a galvanized bucket, napkins should be tied with jute. Use cake stands to add varied heights to your centerpieces and interest to your tablescape. Make centerpieces from flowers, branches and herbs from the garden. Add some burlap-covered lampshades over the table to add interest and height. Use decorative moss on the table.


Add height and create a centerpiece for your buffet table using multiple cake stands of different colors and textures. I filled small vases with flowers from the garden to showcase the garden theme.

FROM THE EDITOR I can see guests in varying shades of green and white at this fun garden party shower. Or even ask them to wear sun hats!



BluePrint Cleanse

If you’re new to juicing and cleanses, BluePrint Cleanse has just what you’re looking for. The Renovation Cleanse has six great juices, including the Spicy Lemonade and Tulle favorite Cashew Milk, for the bride who wants to kick start that healthy glow, but whose idea of a vegetable is the french fry on the side of her burger. BluePrint Cleanse also has two more levels (Foundation and Excavation) which vary by the number of green juices vs. fruit juices per day. BUY: $65/day, blueprintcleanse.com 74 | tullemag. com

a bride’s guide to

juice cleanses

Which juice cleanse is the best for you? These picks were chosen by Tulle to help brides look and feel great pre-nupitals.


Suja Juice

You did the cleanse, now what? Brides can keep up that healthy glow by continuing with Suja Juice’s smoothies and essential juices. With a variety of flavors to choose from, Suja Juice is so much more than just a cleanse which is an added bonus for brides-to-be! Especially great to take with you on the honeymoon. BUY: From $8.99 sujajuice.com


Organic Avenue

The Love Deep cleanse from Organic Avenue is for the bride who wants to completely drench her system before the big day. It’s a 3-to-5-day cleanse, so perfect for a giveme-nutrients-fast philosophy. If you’ve done a 3-day before, it turns into 5 days of “cleaning house.” We love the name and the energy boost even more. BUY: $180 organicavenue.com




Life Juice

Plenish Cleanse

Urban Remedy

Want both you and your maids to look great and feel great for the big day? Life Juice has you covered. The 3-day Life Juice cleanse is gentle and delicious with 6 different varieties to sip. Plus, bridal parties get a discount when you cleanse together. You know what they say— the bridal party that cleanses together, stays together. BUY: $180, lifejuiceshop.com

For those who are no strangers to the green juice regimen, the Plenish Level 3 Purity Cleanse is a green machine. Known as their most “pHabulous cleanse,” this cleanse has four total green juices and over 2 pounds of alkaline greens in one bottle. It’s designed for maximum results and you will see them! BUY: $137/day, plenishcleanse.com

Most juice cleanses do the typical green juice medley with a cashew or almond milk thrown in— but not Urban Remedy. This 3-day cleanse includes green juices, sure, but also an acai blend, beet and carrot, as well as raspberry juice. Try this cleanse for a break from the usual, albeit tasty, green monster. BUY: $59.99/day, urbanremedy.com


the bridal glow with


The Clarisonic Mia2™ Hollywood Lights collection is key to snagging that bridal glow and makes a great gift for your bridal party! FROM THE EDITORS We’ve selected the Clari-

sonic Mia2™ as the Tulle favorite this issue. It’s an absolute must-have this spring and summer as sun, travel and harsh weather can really wreak havoc on your skin— not exactly what you need before your big day! Our editor tried out the Clarisonic Mia2™Hollywood Lights edition and within days, noticed a change in her skin. This is most definitely something you’ll want to work into your beauty routine and the earlier the better! The Clarisonic Mia2™ is essential for brides, but also makes a great bridal party gift to your maids or maid of honor. Ready to kick start your beauty routine? Here’s how we use it: TULLE HOW TO Grab your favorite facial wash (we

recommend the Mario Badescu Glycolic Foaming Cleanser), splash some water on your face and wet your Clarisonic Mia2™ brush head. Squeeze a bit of cleanser onto the brush head and power on the brush. Start with your forehead, working down to your nose, then chin and onto both cheeks. The Mia2™ will buzz at you after the allotted time for each area is finished. TO BUY: $150, sephora.com

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a bride’s guide to

BIG DAY ESSENTIALS M I N I P R I VA C Y Great for credit cards and loose change, toss in your handbag or tote ($24).

Tulle shares must-haves that every bride needs in her big day makeup arsenal, all organized in a chic, clear TRUFFLE pouch. Plus, you can toss in your carry-on for honeymoon travel— select TRUFFLE pouches are TSA-approved! PHOTOS BY SPLENDID MUSINGS PHOTOGRAPHY

PETITE CLARITY TSA approved for your carry-on, ideal for holding small items ($32).

NO. 1 CL ARIT Y Perfect size to carry keys, phone, lipstick, wallet and more ($38).

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On your wedding day, the last thing you need is a lost lipstick or hours spent stressing over exactly what primer to use on your blushing bridal skin. Don’t worry— we’ve rounded up the must-haves for brides-to-be that you can keep organized in your TRUFFLE pouch. By browsing these lovelies, we help you end the search for your big day beauty kit products. Some of our favorites? The Skin Savior Waterless Beauty Balm ($68) from One Love Organics that can be used for everything from taming flyaway hairs to moisturizing dry, exhausted skin. Keep everything organized in your clear TRUFFLE pouch and you’re one step closer to walking down the aisle! Ready to enjoy your wedding day— calm, cool, collected and beautiful. And when all is said and done, you can pack up your TRUFFLE for the honeymoon! Yes, really. The TSA won’t mind with the Petite Clarity pouch!

The Petite Clarity Pouch in Cream, $32; TRUFFLE; onetruffle.com

Facial Spray with Aloe, Herbs, and Rosewater, From $7; www.mariobadescu.com

Super Rich Olive Body Lotion, From $10; www. mariobadescu.com



Sonia Kashuk Hidden Agenda Concealer Palette, $10.99; www.soniakashuk.com

3 Sonia Kashuk Perfecting Brightening Primer, $14.99; www.soniakashuk.com

8 S.W. Basics Organic Citrus Lip Balm, $4; www.swbasicsofbk.com 4


Deborah Lippmann ‘Addicted to Speed’ Top Coat, from Rock & Roll Mini Duet, $19; www. deborahlippmann.com


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Maybelline Color Sensational® Vivids in Hot Plum, $6; drugstore.com



Keep those dark circles at bay and protect the tender, sensitive skin around your eyes. BUY: $42, indielee.com ONE LOVE ORGANICS SKIN SAVIOR WATERLESS BEAUTY BALM

A bride’s best friend simply due to the many uses of this one product! BUY: $68, oneloveorganics.com

Don’t forget the ring! This one happens to belong to our editor Kate!


The best brush for creating a flawless foundation for the big day. BUY: $21, sigmabeauty.com ESSIE “MEET ME AT THE ALTAR” POLISH BUY: $8.50, nordstrom.com


The perfect subtle pink shade for a blushing bride. BUY: $16, nordstrom.com ELIZABETH ARDEN BEAUTIFUL COLOR MOISTURIZING LIPSTICK IN MANDARIN

We love this orange-y, coral shade for summer brides! BUY: $25, elizabetharden.com



Beach couple combines their love for their local surroundings with the Mexican influence that will shape their destination wedding in Sayulita. PHOTOGRAPHY BY LAURA MURRAY

Boardwalk Under the

FROM THE COUPLE “We fell in love with [Sayu-

lita, Mexico] a few years ago and knew from our first visit that we wanted to get married there. The town is so charming with little boutiques, quaint restaurants, and art galleries... and it all sits right in the middle of the jungle alongside gorgeous beaches. Jimmy proposed on our New Year’s trip to Sayulita [last year] and our date is set for March 20, 2015. Teitiare Estate is the wedding venue and it is out-of-this-world beautiful. If you have never been to this part of the world, you need to visit before the secret is out!”

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Petals & Proposals After a surprise picnic on a pretty green, Kimberly said yes amidst a bounty of perfect petals. Now, Caleb and his bride-to-be stand in the very garden where he proposed, just months earlier. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JENNIFER BLAIR

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Lake Como Love This formal destination wedding set in idyllic Lake Como, Italy beautifully intertwines classic, elegant decor with fairytale romance galore. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JANA WILLIAMS

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Southern Sweet

Will and Mindy’s South Carolina soiree captured by Landon Jacob will inspire any bride-to-be looking for soft touches of color and meaningful details this spring and summer. PHOTOGRAPHY BY LANDON JACOB EVENT PLANNING BY MEAGAN WARREN

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CREDITS PLANNING, DESIGN AND STYLING Meagan Warren Weddings CAKE DeClare Cakes ENTERTAINMENT AND VIDEOGRAPHY Finger Snappin’ Entertainment PHOTOGRAPHY Landon Jacob VENUE AND CATERING The Creek Club at I’On FLORALS Branch Design Studio LINENS AND TABLES EventWorks Rentals HAIR AND MAKEUP Paper Dolls Wedding Hair and Makeup VINTAGE RENTALS 428 Main LIGHTING TEC OFFICIANT Christy Loftin 110 | tullemag. com



We just adore the bright color palatte of this summer wedding and the florals are out of this world! Allow yourself to be inspired by this perfectly pink, garden-esque celebration. PHOTOGRAPHY BY GINA ZEIDLER

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Ethereal OJAI

Alyssa and Emilio celebrated their big day in the lovely glow of sunny Ojai, California. Every detail from the flowers to the dress to the reception aesthetics is more lovely than the next. PHOTOGRAPHY BY ERICH MCVEY

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CREDITS PHOTOGRAPHY Erich McVey VENUE Ojai Valley Inn and Spa WEDDING COORDINATOR Sonia Hopkins of XOXO Bride DRAPING BAM Specialty Draping FLORALS Flower Wild HAIR AND MAKEUP Ricardo ENTERTAINMENT ETC Productions RENTALS Town & Country VIDEOGRAPHY Still Motion LIGHTING Images by Lighting BRIDE’S DRESS Inbal Dror SHOES Valentino GROOM’S SUIT Zenga LINENS La Tavola

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This styled shoot combines stunning formal wedding ensembles with the organic nature of a beautiful outdoor backdrop. From the hair to the sweeping tulle veil, not one element of a picture perfect wedding was left out. PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARIEL HANNAH

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CREDITS PHOTOGRAPHY Mariel Hannah STYLING Kimberly Lawson EVENT DESIGN AND RENTALS Mint Design HAIR Jacob Hernandez MAKEUP Tricia Leigh LOCATION Private RENTALS Walker Lewis Rents STATIONERY Matinae Design Studio DESSERTS De Couer Bakeshop COOKIES Imperial Sweets VEIL Sew Elegant Bridal Veils & Alterations DRESSES Watters- “Kerry” lace gown, “Jacinda” sheer a-line gown, Theia- petal gown MODELS Bride: Shelby Radosevich, independent; Groom: Ryan Walker, Envy Modeling Agency

Liz & Dez

Liz and Dez’s magical wedding at Solage Calistoga has some of the most stunning florals we’ve seen. Not to mention the picturesque California locale— this wedding is truly one to remember. PHOTOGRAPHY BY ESTHER SUN

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We have a soft spot for Volkswagen vans and romance— this shoot has the best of both! With a fun orange color scheme perfect for a summer fete, Wendy Laurel captures the magic and whimsy. PHOTOGRAPHY BY WENDY LAUREL

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PHOTOGRAPHY Wendy Laurel PLANNER Couture Events Maui, Erica Goldsmith FLORALS Mandy Grace Designs BRIDE’S DRESS Maggie Coulombe PAPER GRAPHIC DESIGN Anna Severson JEWELRY Sophie Grace GROOM’S SUIT Elly’s Formal Wear GROOM’S TIE Macy’s RENTALS AND LINENS Hawaii Style Events Rentals CANS, ALOHA SIGN AND RIBBON CEREMONY DIY projects BIKES West Maui Bikes HAIR AND MAKEUP Soleil Luna Salon Maui

Shelby & Chris

At Tulle, we love a classic, traditional wedding gown, but once in a while, a bride hits it out of the park with an out-of-the-box stunner. Shelby and Chris’ Lowndes Grove Plantation wedding does just that— you will be awestruck over the beautiful and unique details. PHOTOGRAPHY BY SEAN MONEY AND ELIZABETH FAY

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CREDITS PHOTOGRAPHY Sean Money & Elizabeth Fay VENUE Lowndes Grove Plantation CATERING AND BAKER Fish FLORALS Out of Hand DECOR AND RENTALS Ooh! Events GLASSWARE AND FLATWARE Polished! TENT AND DANCE FLOOR Snyder Rental INVITATIONS AND WEDDING PAPER Sincerely Yours, Diane MUSIC DJ Wade of OtherBrother Entertainment BRIDE’S DRESS YolanCris via London Bride Couture BRIDE’S SHOES Gucci BRIDESMAIDS DRESSES BCBGMAXAZRIA and Roland Mouret HAIR AND MAKEUP Justine Porteraj, Hair; Pamela Lesch, Makeup GROOM AND GROOMSMEN Hugo Boss TRANSPORTATION A Charleston Wedding DAY OF COORDINATOR Julie Romero

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Can you imagine anything better than a celebration of love at the Biltmore Estate in North Carolina? America’s largest home has character and class unlike anything you’ve ever seen and this wedding meets them at the top. PHOTOGRAPHY BY LESLEE MITCHELL

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Floral Fancy

Let’s just be honest— it’s all about the blooms. And during the spring and summer months, you have the best opportunities for beautiful buds. Coupled with oodles of tulle and a crisp, black tux, your wedding florals can really pop. Let this gorgeous California shoot be your guide (and muse!). PHOTOGRAPHY BY TROY GROVER PHOTOGRAPHERS

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CREDITS PHOTOGRAPHY Troy Grover Photographers VENUE Rancho Las Lomas FLOWERS AND DESIGN Art with Nature STYLING AND COORDINATION Intertwined Events PAPER GOODS Cherish Paperie RENTALS Archive Rentals CAKE AND DESSERTS Sweet & Saucy BRIDAL STYLING AND ACCESSORIES Styled by TC HAIR AND MAKEUP Kacee Geoffrey BRIDE’S DRESS Love and Lace Bridal Salon BRIDE’S SHOES Gucci GROOM’S ATTIRE Clint’s Tux Shop VIDEOGRAPHER Ryan Rozar Media

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Brad &Lesley Brad and Lesley’s Puerto Vallarta wedding looks like a dream. With a ceremony on the beach and bright, white flowers, the easy, breezy backdrop paired well with the elegant details the celebration included. PHOTOGRAPHY BY CLARY PFEIFFER

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CREDITS PHOTOGRAPHY Clary Pfeiffer CEREMONY VENUE Puerto Vallarta Beach RECEPTION VENUE Villa Celeste COORDINATION The Dazzling Details BRIDESMAIDS DRESSES Joanna August via Bella Bridesmaid INVITATIONS Steracle Press JEWELRY Samantha Wills SAVE THE DATE CALLIGRAPHER For the Love of Letters VIDEOGRAPHER Promo Vision PV BRIDE’S DRESS Allure Couture FLORALS The Dazzling Details

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Hello, Gorgeous There is something so magical about garden roses, a tulle gown, vintage plates and your favorite pups. This inspiring shoot captured by Jen Huang has us planning to tie the knot with all of the above. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JEN HUANG

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