1. Mexico wedding
Location, location, location. I can not imagine a more beautiful place to get married than where this ceremony took place. I love that it has the feel of a traditional church but with a twist. Also, the dress. Ethereal at its absolute best.
People throw the phrase, "took my breath away," quite a lot but I am not exaggerating when I say that I literally gasped when I saw this dress. It's classic and beautiful in the most simple and elegant form. I think it's nearly impossible to plan a truly timeless wedding. Styles and trends change so quickly and unexpectedly that it's hard to know whether you'll be laughing at your wedding photos in 15 years or not. I think this wedding might have nailed it in the timeless category though.
I am absolutely positively obsessed with city hall weddings. I love them so much. I think they are amongst the cutest and most charming affairs on the planet, and the people that get married there are always the most stylish. I love the mod 60s sort of look the bride went with here. You can so sense the giddy factor in these photos and it makes me swoon.
I find this take on the bohemian wedding trend to be so refreshing. It's understated and not trying too hard. While some might find her outfit choice a bit trendy it seems almost timeless to me in a Jane Birkin sort of way. I think it's so chic when brides wear something a little off beat for their wedding. I would love to see a bride rock this J.Crew jumpsuit for a city hall wedding or elopement.
My favorite kinds of weddings are backyard weddings. One of my close friends was married in her aunts backyard and I thought it was the most special and intimate wedding. This wedding reflects that same feel paired with unique and truly beautiful details. The whole wedding looks like almost a dream sequence to me. I love some of the unexpected elements she chose; her petite and simple bouquet I found to be so charming it made me reconsider what I want. I also adore her choice to go with the veil in front of the face, a traditional element you rarely see anymore that I find to be so romantic. The stunning headpiece and dress were the icing on the cake. As you can see I used the most photos from this wedding. I simply couldn't narrow it down.
Favorite elements from this wedding include the vintage botanical envelope liners and that dreamy blush colored Reem Acra dress. The way the rawness of the florals offset the softer elements of this wedding is brilliant as well.
I can't decide what I love more, the dress or the smile that's plastered across the grooms face in all of these pictures. BUT SERIOUSLY THAT DRESS.
The joy between this couple is so evident in these photos and it just melts my heart. Other heart stopping moments? That veil! Where does one find such a veil? I also loved that they were married in an old beautiful wooden church. I searched high and low for something similar but couldn't find one big enough to seat over 100 people.
10. Timeless wedding
Florals+dress, need I say more? This wedding feels so elegant and classy while not being stuffy. It's one of my absolute favorites.