A Coral Themed Wedding by Knotting Tree Photography


We’re rounding out this Friday with some extra-pretty wedding photos today, shared by Knotting Tree Photography! Krystal and Markus’ big day started in the beautifully lit chapel of St. John the Divine Anglican Church in Toronto, and afterwards the newlyweds celebrated at Hazelton Manor, stopping in between for gorgeous photos in the park.

We love how Krystal and Markus not only seamlessly wove in their coral color theme to their big day, but also provided small touches to delight their guests like complimentary flip flops and a super-fun photobooth.

More gorgeous photos are waiting…scroll on to see more of this beautiful coral themed wedding day!

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Winter Wedding Dresses on a Budget: Gorgeous Dresses Under $1,500


Grace Loves Lace   Price: $995 (AUD)

As Halloween is rapidly approaching, and October is coming to a close it is easy to feel like the holiday season is already upon us. With the holidays comes cozy, beautiful, warm, winter weddings. While preparing for the perfect winter wedding, it is important to find the perfect dress to wear. A wintry wedding dress doesn’t just mean having more fabric, it can also mean golden hues, swiss dots, crystal beading, ethereal skirts, and romantic lace necklines. These touches make the dresses more charming and evocative of the cozy holiday season.

It may seem that a winter wedding dress would be more pricey than a spring or summer dress, but we are here to show you some beautiful and affordable options for your winter wedding. These dresses will make you shine on your winter wedding day, and better yet they won’t break your wedding budget!

Grace Loves Lace is an Australian Designer that ships dresses worldwide. Above is their Emme-Waisted dress that highlights a feminine silhouette. We love the french lace on the top and capped sleeves, along with the cinched waist. This dress would look wonderful on any romantic winter bride.

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A Fun Filled LA Wedding by Mark Brooke Photography

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Ready for some gorgeous and modern California wedding inspiration? Good, because we’re ready to deliver! Today’s wedding comes to us from the beautiful bride, Krystal. Her and her now-husband Leejay had a totally unique wedding day in a one-of-a-kind, fun filled LA wedding celebration that was both parts wedding day and vows renewal. Every moment was captured gorgeously by the talented Mark Brooke.

A few words from the bride:

Our DIY wedding/ vow renewal was done at an urban studio in Los Angeles called Metro37, named after the nearest bus stop. We had everything from food trucks, a piñata, a balloon sculptor, coloring book interactive ceremony programs (that my husband designed himself), donut tower cakes, to DIY decor and music brought to us by our very own friends! The room was went from 4 white walls and concrete floors to a full on wedding venue. We were the first to ever have a wedding in this space. Our amazing photographer, Mark Brooke, was able to capture it all.

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A Joyful Winter Wedding by Chris Bennet Photography

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I don’t know about you brides, but as soon as the leaves start falling off the trees, I’m thinking ahead to winter. The combination of cozy sweaters, crisp snowy weather, and the holidays make winter such a whirlwind, romantic time of the year! The romance of the season makes it an ideal time for weddings, and gives the bride and groom a lot of room to get creative and make their celebration especially warm, inviting and unique.

Annie and Will’s wedding, featured here today, is one such winter wedding day that used the gorgeous winter atmosphere to their advantage. Captured beautifully by Chris Bennett Photography, their special day at the Samoset Resort was like  a chapter out of a magical winter fairytale. I love Annie’s bridal look, and how she mixed her glamorous gown with winter essentials like a scarf, leggings, and boots! Keep reading to see how this beautiful couple incorporated the wintry weather into their special day!

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