Monthly Archives: December 2011

  • 'Tis the Season: Christmas Engagements

    Christmas is around the corner and the smell of pine trees is in the air...oh, and that shiny present on your left finger is something to celebrate! Ben and Laura are a newly engaged couple are on the hunt for their first Christmas tree while Steven Michael photographs them in this brillant engagement session...check it out!





    Here is an example of the photos from this session used on The Dallas invitation:



    Used in this example:

    • Invitation: The Dallas
    • Fonts: FEL, LMR
    • Colors:  Guacamole, Cactus, Coffee Bean and White


    A special thanks to 100 Layer Cake for the inspiration!


  • Winter Wedding: Hot Cocoa Bar

    When the weather outside is cocoa is delightful! If you are in the midst of planning a winter wedding and you are looking a fresh new idea you have come to the right place. Get your guest talking with a HOT COCOA BAR!

    The possibilities are endless, from a hot cocoa station to pre-made cups of hot cocoa to pass around and so many different kinds of mix-ins and toppings.

    Here are a few ideas...


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  • Hammock Engagements

    Choosing an unique concept for your engagement photo session is key! Mikey and Brady LOVE relaxing in a hammock why not have a photographer capture those moments?! They did just that in this gorgeous engagement session by Alixann Loosle.

    Check out a few of my favorites below.







    Here is an example of the photos from this session used on The Anchorage invitation:

    Used in this example:

    • Invitation: The Anchorage
    • Fonts: ALE, MUR
    • Colors:  Walnut and Cream

    A special thanks to Utah Bride Blog for the inspiration!

  • Light up the Night

    What is more incredible then a night wedding done right?! Night weddings are gorgeous! Creating the perfect amount of lighting while keeping the atmosphere romantic and inviting can be tricky. You never want to make your guests feel like they are in the black abyss!

    Here are a few ideas to help you along the way.








    Images {clockwise from top left} one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight

    Inspiration found here.

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