Sunday, March 18, 2012
Once again, I'm inspired by amazing photographers and the beauty of a bride and the glow she gives off when simply thinking of her big day. Spring has sprung and fun, pretty colors are everywhere and inspiring for the upcoming wedding season in Wisconsin! This super sweet shoot will get your mind going for whatever shower you have coming this season. Brides get ready for the season! I really need not say more. Just look at the following photos! Sunshine Daydream Events is dying to create a dreamy shower or wedding for you this spring! Check out http://www.wedluxe.com/ for many more insanely gorgeous shoots! This particular gem was shot by the talented Chrisopher Benfrey and styled by Oh So... Chic Celebrations! Enjoy mes amis!
Sunday, March 11, 2012
If you follow fashion at all, you most likely have noticed how insanely in it is to sport the ombre effect-hair, nails, clothes, etc. So it seems this trend has even reached the very unique and specialized world of weddings! Although a very subdued version, I'm loving WedLuxe Magazine's version of the trend in this fittingly titled wedding feature, Blushing Ombre. Photographed by Vasia Photography. Enjoy friends!
Sunday, March 4, 2012
It may be March 4th, and it may be snowing outside here in Wisconsin, but spring is in the air for us at Sunshine Daydream Events! We are so excited for wedding season and can't wait for spring to be in full bloom! Nothing screams Spring more than flowers and the tulips that bloom right outside my door. To get us in the mood for spring (while I wait for those pretty tulips) and all upcoming weddings, we've been daydreaming of some to-die-for bouquets and we'd love to share them with you!
And a very famous bouquet which happens to use my most favorite flower (Lily of the Valley), is that of Princess Kate. I love that she carried something so sweet and small. Below is a picture and the description of this lovely handful of blossoms.
Kate felt that symbolism was key in the small bouquet she carried, designed for her by Shane Connolly. In addition to the flower sweet William, the bouquet included lily-of-the-valley (for return of happiness), hyacinth (constancy of love) and ivy (for fidelity, marriage and affection). Also key to the arrangement were stems from plants grown from sprigs of the bridal bouquets of Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth.
Now, how sweet is that?