i think this estate alone would be fantastic not only for bridal showers, but small intimate weddings as well.
thanks to Ryanne Hollies of
for sending this Estates of Sunnybrook bridal shower.
“Lindsay wanted something different for her bridal portraits (always music to my ears!) We shot these in the city they were having their wedding, Burlington, North Carolina. She trusted me to just find some randomness around the small town and her only request was that we do something unique to show off the sparkles of her dress! I think we accomplished it, especially as the sun was going down and we were able to get some fun backlit shots, specifically aimed at showing off the detail in the dress.”
and of course,
killing it again with her photography talent.
Ariel never ceases to amaze me with what she captures and comes up with absolute magic as evident above.
thanks always to Ariel for sending this one over to share.
showcased a little something different today.
“This bridal shower was inspired by the brides love for polka dots, bows, and a few of her favorite things. This girlie kate spade inspired fete was pulled together using gorgeous polka dot linens, a dreamy vanity vignette, and the perfect invitation suite in shades of blush, mint, and gold! Including a few of her favorite things was a must – so a dessert spread filled with nutella hazelnut cupcakes, chocolate espresso cupcakes, chocolate milanos, chocolate chip cookies… and a cake with a glittery bow was the perfect way to satisfy this brides sweet tooth. On top of it all it wouldn’t be a spread of her favorite things if a coffee bar with humorous coffee inspired quotes were not included! Guests wrote wishes and provided recipes for a happy marriage for the bride to be, and were sent off with favors filled with her favorite chocolates. All in all, the lush flowers sprinkled on each table in a mix of vintage milk glass and clear bottles plus the draping of white fabric under the pergola with a beautiful chandelier hung in center all added to the beautiful day where we all gathered to celebrate a dear friend.”
many many thanks to dear friend,
for sending this one over share.
have always loved her work from day one of this blog. it’s been amazing to see where this journey has taken her.
head on over HERE for more of Caroline’s work. trust me, you won’t be disappointed.
also excited to showcase the work of another dear friend, Wilmarose Orleans, of LOVELY JUBILEE.
other vendors involved included: