VOW Weddings: Jacqueline & Jonathan

After having been out on “maternity leave” for about 2 years back in Feb, 2016 I decided to get back into the wedding planning game…this was one of my first weddings in the game…I think part of why I chose to do this wedding at that time in my life was because the Bride was an acquaintance & I knew that although my confidence level when it comes to wedding is pretty high, after not doing one for about 2 years I was still a little nervous…

Jackie & Jonathan were such an incredible couple…not only because of their amazing energy, but they both made me feel incredibly comfortable & confident to get back into doing weddings. I know 2 years isn’t a long time to be on leave from something like this…it’s really like riding a bike…but I was still nervous nevertheless…

Here are a few highlights from that amazing wedding….The Dress…The Wedding Party…The Details…the Energy! It was palpable…

JJCollage1JJCollage2JJCollage3JJCollage4 This was an amazing wedding…the energy was amazing…the guests had an unbelievable time & everything went the way it should have…

Details:

Wedding Planning: VOW Wedding Consulting ~ Laura Capobianco {Owner}

Venue: Bridgeview Yacht Club

Photographer: Jase Kim

Videographer: 15 Mintues of Frame 

Floral Design: Pedestals

Cake: The Sweet Peace

 

Obsession Anemone

My new IT flower ~ Anemones! And they seem to be increasingly more popular. There is something soft, romantic, yet edgy about these flowers. The pretty petals on the outside & that dark core center give these flowers that little pop in pictures. From a durability standpoint they are a little more delicate & don’t last very long, but the affect these flowers have overall make it worth the pick for weddings or even a centerpiece in your home.

So lets learn a little more about this wonderful wild looking flower shall we! The first point to make is the meaning & symbolism: “The name anemone comes from the Greek word for “windflower.” According to Greek mythology, the anemone sprang from Aphrodite’s tears as she mourned the death of Adonis. Thought to bring luck and protect against evil, legend has it that when the anemone closes its petals, it’s a signal that rain is approaching. Still other mythology connects the anemone to magical fairies, who were believed to sleep under the petals after they closed at sunset. Perhaps it’s because of this magical and prophetic tales that today in the language of flowers, anemones represent anticipation” {source: telaflora}

Here are a few delightful bouquet images

{credits: pinterest}

They come in a variety of colors too, so that it can fit any color scheme {red, white, purple, pinks of different shades, to name a few}…however just know they all have mainly the black or dark center.

They are great not only for personal bouquets, but they make great bouts & can be added in any centerpiece for a pop!

{credits: top left, middle, far right ~ 2nd row left & right}

Love this dramatic table setting & centerpiece

{centerpiece}

And this fall why not choose these sensual small red pieces

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And to end this post with a true wow factor ~ This setting combined with the lighting really makes for a true stunner

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I love these flowers SO much that they will be showcased in our wedding in various ways…I think they have been overlooked as wedding flower choices in the past, but as texture and variety is becoming more appreciated in the wedding world these flowers are making more of a splash.

Hopefully I’ve inspired you to view wedding flowers a little differently…next up Favorite’s Friday!

Favorites Friday No. 2

TGIF ~ Had an interesting week at my day job {as a Human Resources Director} ~ And so as I get ready to enjoy a great weekend with friends, I’ve put together my Pinterest Picks for the Favorites Friday series post. This week was all about lighter more romantic choices. Sometimes when I have tougher weeks to get through I turn to romance & pretty things to make the days lighter. So here are my favs from this week:

A delicately cool wedding cake from Martha Stewart Weddings Magazine ~ I think this cake is so stunning, bringing in elements of the winter into such a Spring flower is unique & I love it

Color Palette that Inspires

Prior to getting engaged I started doing some research on color schemes that would inspire me for our wedding. I saw this initial color palette about 8 months ago and just this week it’s back on Pinterest for the world to see & admire. I truly love these color combinations & although it’s not ultimately what I went with…it def. gave me something to think about.

Favorite Fun Wedding Idea

This guestbook idea is delightful ~ Photobooths are definitely a huge hit at weddings nowadays…and why not add a little twist to it. Add a chalkboard & give guests the opportunity to send you off with a little note or thank you. Turn the pictures into a fun coffee table at a site like Blurb.com & keep it handy for either a laugh or just to see faces you don’t get to see on a regular basis…bringing back some wonderful memories

Luxurious Table Setting

Our wedding is going to be in the dead of winter ~ I am incorporating a little sparkle & shine into the whole event, so when I came across this table setting a bell went off & my creative juices started flowing again. We have custom linens for the wedding but now I may want to change them. Hmmmm…thoughts?

Quote to Live By

Especially this week, when life sometimes kicks you in the butt ~ You want to run away ~ Or you want to stick around & fight

Whatever you choose at the end of the day ~ This Quote holds so true..So whatever it is that you do, know that you are the only one that holds your destiny in your hands

Dress the Part

As fall approaches & I’m pinning like crazy outfits that I can turn to, I saw this outfit & even though it’s not wedding related I had to share ~ These lighter pastel colors are totally hot this season

BOLD & Vibrant

Speaking of Fall ~ I’m loving this vibrant ranunculus & anemone floral setting from Martha Stewart Weddings Magazine ~ Another favorite pic for the week. I think this can work for weddings AND parties. Seeing this made me feel even more confident about the red color palette I’ve decided to go with for my Bridal Shower. I like to break the rules when it comes to what’s expected ~ Especially for a bridal shower.

And that’s what I have for this week’s Favorite Fridays Series ~ Stay tuned for the next post on my new floral obsession ~ Anemones!

VOW Wedding: Christine & Eddy

This past weekend I did a client wedding in Central Park at the Boathouse. I’ve been working with this client since last year & Christine & Eddy came to me as a referral from a prior client who’s wedding I did back in 2009 ~

Click on image to take you to post about their big day

Christine & Eddy were wonderful clients to work with. The Bride knew what she wanted & was extremely organized…but once in a while she came to me to ask for some advice, perspective or contract negotiations with vendors. She had a vision….she just needed some help in executing it flawlessly.

It was an absolutely gorgeous Saturday ~ May 19th, 2012…I’ve been truly blessed by what I call the “Wedding Gods” because there hasn’t been one client of mine that hasn’t had a truly incredible day {knocking on wood as we speak}….or any wedding that I’ve “touched” per say…I hope to maintain my good wedding juju for as long as I do this {and more importantly mine in 9 Months exactly to the day!!!!

{Boathouse ~ Central Park}

The bride chose to get ready at the St. Regis Hotel in Manhattan ~ They were extremely customer service oriented & provided my client everything she needed.

She wore a beautiful Vera Wang ~ Makeup by Bobbi Brown artist Mary from Saks Fifth Avenue

Flowers by OVANDO Floral Design

I have to say one of the BRAVEST Brides I’ve ever had ~ This girl did her own wedding hair ~ And it came out amazing

The Bride & Groom {Christine & Eddy} were planned to do a first look ~ The only issue was the location. Unfortunately the areas that would be nice enough were being occupied by another Bride who was holding her wedding at the Hotel ~ So I just had to work with the Photographer {Shira Weinberger} to find a place that had good lighting.  So we positioned the groom right under the awning in front of the hotel ~ The lighting was perfect

I’m a traditionalist ~ However…recently I’ve become a HUGE fan of First Looks between the Bride & Groom. I think not only does it give the couple a really amazing moment to take each other in & not have to wait till after the ceremony {which now I think can take away from the initial I want to tell you how amazing you look comments} ~ But you also have the flexibility & freedom to take your  B&G pictures ahead of time & spend more time enjoying your party after the ceremony.

We then went into Central Park to take some beautiful pictures

Christine & Eddy got married in a lovely church called All Souls on 80th & Lex in NYC

They said I Do ~ And now it was time for the celebration

Vendors for this special day were as follows:

Venue: Central Park Boathouse

Photography: Shira Weinberger

Videographer: Love and You Video

Flowers: OVANDO Floral Design

Band: Hank Lane: J. Lamont

Wedding Day Coordination: VOW Weddings

And below are some images from the event ~ All went off without a hitch!

It was a truly beautiful day ~ My assistant & I had a wonderful time working this event & they were by far added to my favorite client’s list. The vendors were amazing & I look forward to working with them again.

Montauk.Wedding

My journey started over a year ago…to create a sunkist beachy & vibrant wedding for my clients Marissa & Paul. Location, Gurney’s Inn in Montauck, NY…I was also tasked to create a look for the rehearsal dinner which would be held the night before at Gurney’s but on a tented deck overlooking the ocean…

Marissa & Paul were some of my favorite clients that I’ve had the privilege to work with…open to ideas that I threw at them…and allowed for my creative talents to really kick in. This was by far one of my favorite weddings that I’ve planned soup to nuts…and here are a few highlights of their destination wedding in Montauk…

You can also see this clients review in a previous post {Client Review}

Venue {Gurney’s Inn}…Flowers {East Hampton Weddings & Events}…Dresses {Priscilla of Boston}Invitations {Wedding Paper Divas}…Menu’s {designed by VOW Wedding Consulting}…Wedding Planner {VOW Wedding Consulting}…Band {The Touch}…Photography/Videography {SilverFox}

 

Be.Featured.On.VOW

Calling all creative wedding photographers…I’m looking to feature unique, extravagant & stunning wedding photography on my blog…

{Send me your website & one of your favorite weddings you’ve shot for a chance to be featured on our site}

{email: vow-weddings@hotmail.com}

Wedding.Candy.Is.Here

That’s What She Wed
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2010.Bride’s.Choice

Press Release for my Wedding Planning Company!!! I’m truly excited…& honored!

{1.19.2010} – WeddingWire, the nation’s leading wedding technology company, just announced VOW Wedding Consulting has been selected to receive the 2010 Bride’s Choice Awards™ for Wedding Planning services!

The annual Bride’s Choice Awards™ recognizes and celebrates excellence in quality and service within the wedding industry, as determined by recent reviews and extensive surveys from over 500,000 newlyweds.

VOW Wedding Consulting is among the top five percent of all vendors in the WeddingWire community, which includes over 100,000 wedding professionals across the US and Canada. Awards were given to winners across 19 different service categories, from wedding venues to wedding photographers.

“We are excited to recognize and honor the success of the top wedding professionals within the WeddingWire Community” said Timothy Chi, WeddingWire’s Chief Executive Officer. “The annual Bride’s Choice Awards™ program has given us the unique opportunity to highlight the best wedding professionals in each region as reviewed by brides and grooms who have utilized their services in the past year.”

We are happy to announce that VOW Wedding Consulting is among the very best Wedding Planning Service within the WeddingWire Network, which includes WeddingWire and Martha Stewart Weddings. We would like to thank our past newlyweds for nominating us for the 2010 Bride’s Choice Awards™.

For more information, please visit our WeddingWire Storefront today at {VOW Wedding Consulting}.

About WeddingWire, Inc.
WeddingWire is the only online wedding planning resource designed to empower both engaged couples and wedding vendors. WeddingWire enables engaged couples to search, compare and book over 100,000 reviewed wedding vendors nationwide, from wedding photographers to wedding cakes. WeddingWire also offers an online community and a suite of cutting-edge planning tools, including wedding websites and wedding checklists, all at no charge. For wedding vendors, WeddingWire provides free online management tools creating the only market opportunity that gives businesses control over their clients, reviews, leads and performance. In addition, WeddingWire has partnered with Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc. (NYSE: MSO) to provide its network of local vendors and online wedding-planning tools in the Weddings section of www.MarthaStewartWeddings.com. For additional information, please visit www.WeddingWire.com.

Real.Wedding: Karen & Jon

As the owner of VOW Wedding Consulting, I like to always feature our weddings. Most recent I did a wedding in New York City…What a truly classy & elegant event it was. It was by far one of my favorite weddings that I ran & the clients were absolutely wonderful…

*Also check out the wonderful review Karen {kdecastro} gave us on Wedding Wire: CLICK ME!

Dress {Monique Lhullier}, Shoes {Manolo Blahnik}, Headpiece {Maria Elena}

Bridesmaid Dresses {Love by Enzoani}

Photography {Anthony Vasquez (recently did the Jonas Brother’s Wedding)}

Videography {Magic Flute Films}, Music {Hank Lane}

Ceremony {St. Ignacius Loyola}

Cake {Cheryl Kleinman Cakes}, Flowers {Lenox Hill Florist}

Venue {The Central Park Boathouse}

{all photos by: anthony vasquez}

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Create.With.Bamboo

A great and modern-looking option, bamboo is considered one of the most sustainable materials on earth.  Use tall stalks of curly bamboo in centerpieces, or choose bamboo chargers for your reception tables. And of course, mini stalks of lucky bamboo are always a favorite favor.

I believe that because of it’s durability as an organic element that it’s symbolisim can also represent the type of relationship you have. A symbol for longevity (it’s always got green shoots) as well as strength and grace (it bends readily but doesn’t break easily). In Chinese philosophy the straight stem of bamboo symbolizes the path towards enlightenment, the segments of the stem being the steps along the way.

Here are some lovely ways to incorporate bamboo into your event. Whether it be a wedding, shower, or event…

Bamboo Board

{images: brides.com, martha stewart, bamboo place card holder & coasters: planningpad.com, couple image: the knot, }

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Sunkist.Sunny.Wedding

This beautiful and fresh yellow and orange wedding calls for summer to arrive!

Yellow and Orange Wedding Board{images from: project wedding, photos by: union photography}

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C is for Cymbidium

THE MEANING & SYMBOLISM OF
orchid

The most highly coveted of ornamental plants, the delicate, exotic and graceful orchid represents love, luxury, beauty and strength. In ancient Greece, orchids were associated with virility. In fact, Greek women believed that if the father of their unborn child ate large, new orchid tubers, the baby would be a boy. If the mother ate small orchid tubers, she would give birth to a girl.

During the Victorian era, orchid symbolism shifted to luxury, and today this sense of magnificence and artful splendor continues, with orchids representing rare and delicate beauty. The 14th wedding anniversary flower, pink orchids convey pure affection, and the popular cattelya orchid represents mature charm.

{provided by teleflora}

Not only is this flower exude luxury, but they last and maintain their freshness for a long time. Check out some of teleflora’s beautiful creations. Some are stunning enough to use are simple centerpieces and they are a less expensive alternative.

orchid-board{floral designs: teleflora}

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Lush.And.Textured

I haven’t done a board in quite some time, so when I came across this stunning fall wedding on John Rozier’s website…I couldn’t help myself. There was something so rich about the floral textures of this wedding.

Whether you choose a fall color palette or spring one…I think the key here is texture. Give depth to your flowers. Add a non flower item (feathers for example) or just some twigs to something soft and delicate.

When I look at these flowers I just want to go out and grab it. Touch it. Feel them. Induce curiousity in your wedding decor.

new-hope-wedding-board{images: john rozier wedding photography}

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B is for Brown – IB#19

Just in time for the fall season…Brown can be a perfect color element for your next wedding or event. A Brown bride is natural and down to earth. The color brown can work with many different colors…greens, purples, reds and yellows to name a few. The color gives off a modern aspect to your event and although a neutral color it gives off a bold aspect to your wedding. From the bridal gowns accents, to favors and flowers. The color is also known to stimulate your appetite.

{images: theknot, brides.com, bridal gowns}

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Inspired.By.Paris

Have a love for the French Flair?…Want to bring your event to Europe?…If you can’t take your event there, why not bring the style to you. Laura Dowling brings the French feel to her flowers. Her sophisticated floral designs are truly unique and I fell in love with her creations. For inspiration…check out some of her incredible works of art.

She covers the base that holds the flowers and makes that a part of the beauty.

{images: laura dowling}

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Vendor.Interview.DK Designs

From time to time I enjoy getting in touch with some of my favorite vendors and getting some inside information on their creations, talent & inspirations. For my first interview I got in touch with Diane of DK Designs. Here is the interview with Diane…

What’s your inspiration for creating flowers?
DK Designs – I love looking at bridal magazines for the latest flower and color trends and they serve as my inspiration.  I also have a few favorite floral designers (Yvonne Floral, The Flower Girls, etc).  It’s always helpful if a bride who wants to order a bouquet have some pictures and an idea of what they would like.  When brides who don’t have an idea of what they want, but have a color in mind, it gives me an opportunity to be creative and design something I think they will like.  I love flowers and enjoy analyzing them.  My goal is to spend more time when things aren’t so crazy to develop new flowers out of clay that I don’t already know and continue perfecting the ones I do know.
How do you create the flowers?
DK Designs – The clay basically comes in packages of white, yellow, red, blue and black.  With the primary colors and white you can create any color of the rainbow.  The clay is the consistency some say of marshmallow or soft taffy.  I mold the clay into balls or teardrops and use my fingers or different detail sticks and sometimes texture molds to create the petal shape of my choice. CLAYCRAFT by DECO Soft Clay is an air-dry, polymer clay that enables me to create thin, lifelike flowers one petal at at time.  The clay dries within 24-48 hours to a firm consistency while maintaining it’s lifelike quality.  It’s quite durable.  I do paint some of the flowers to accent or highlight the colors I want to bring out in the arrangement.
One of your biggest challenges?
DK Designs – creating a flower that I don’t already know how to make.  I wish I had more time to do this so I could offer my clients a lot more selection of flowers to choose from.  To date, I’ve been fortunate that the majority of my brides have been happy with the flowers I do offer.
Your Top 3 Favorite Pictures:
Tell us about yourself and how you got started making clay flowers for weddings?
I’m a native of California and worked in the high-tech marketing field of over 10 years.  I had to make a choice when I was pregnant with my son whether to go back to CA (as we lived in Hawaii at the time) and work or quit and pursue my dream job of making clay flowers and doing wedding invitations full time.  I obviously decided on the 2nd option and it’s been the best decision I have ever made.  I absolutely LOVE what I do and I enjoy creating stylish and totally unique floral arrangements for my brides.  I found the clay flowers in 2001 and there was a school, DECO Clay Craft Academy in Hawaii where I could take classes.  I took classes for a year and a half and became a certified instructor so that I could teach others how to make the flowers.  I could see the business potential from the beginning not only the teaching aspect but the finished product aspect.  In 2005, I really pursued the finished product side of the business and it began to evolve from there.  I like to say I’m a corporation of “1” because I do it all, everything you see, from my website, my designs, my PR, accounting and everything else, is all done by me…..   Some may think that my prices might be a little high, but I believe they are in line with what a florist would charge.  Brides need to understand 2 things: 1. I handcraft the flowers one petal at a time and 2. The flowers will last for many, many years to come with just a little care (light dusting and keeping them away from direct sunlight exposure and water).  Money well spent if you ask me.
I currently reside in San Jose, CA where I work out of my home studio creating wonderful designs for my bridal customers.
Here are some key highlights in 2008:
April 2008 – Featured on the Martha Stewart Show where I got to teach Martha how to make clay hydrangea flowers
May 2008 – Miss Pineapple of www.weddingbee.com hired me to do her wedding and got exposure with brides nationally and internationally.
July 2008 – TheKnot.com – Real Weddings – Mae & Jeremy and MyKnot.com Real Weddings – Alicia & Crash – my creations from those weddings were featured
August 2008 – My arrangement which is sold through www.estiloweddings.com was featured in the Fall 2008 issue of In Style Weddings Magazine
How can someone purchase clay flowers?
DK Designs – most of my items are custom order and the bride can contact me via email at dk@dkdesignshawaii.com.  I have ballpark pricing, but every bouquet and order is different based on the size, style and type of flowers the client chooses.  I can guarantee that every bouquet will be an original design and no one will have the same bouquet as you!
My website is www.dkdesignshawaii.com.  I also sell finished products on my Etsy site at: www.dkdesignshawaii.etsy.com.  For my latest creations that don’t exist on my site I update my blog at www.dkdesignshawaii.blogspot.com.

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Lifetime.Flowers

If it’s good enough for Martha Stewart…then it’s good enough for me. Diane of DK Designs shows us that natural flowers don’t have to be the only way to go…while still maintaining stunning beauty. She creates all her pieces by hand…petal by petal from a material called Deco Clay. Her work is absolutely brilliant…and I would want everyone to check out her creations…But see for yourself…

{images: dk designs}

The amazing thing is that after the event…you can display them anywhere you want and always be reminded of your special day! (just keep them out of direct sunlight or around moisture)

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Inspiring.Placecards

Placecards…or escort cards? The difference? Place cards are placed at each seat to show exactly where someone would be sitting at a table…an escort card is usually placed at the entryway of the reception room on a larger table with the names of the guest and the table number or name.

Whether it’s at each individual place setting or on a table outside the reception…placecards can set the mood of the theme or style you are going with. Want to have a beach theme wedding? Try a lounge chair placecard holder that reflects your laid back personal style…

Have a look at these wonderful theme placecards that can work with any event…

{images & vendor information: instyle weddings}

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Six.Ways.To.Save

I came across a wonderful article on In Style Weddings. 6 Chic Decor Ideas (or 6 Ways to Save). Fabulous ideas that I couldn’t pass up on informing my readers. Enjoy!

Be Flexible on Flowers

You’ve just discovered the centerpiece of your dreams is prohibitively expensive. No matter. Think about the color, height and texture you’d like and ask your florist to suggest another option. French tulips may be your first choice, but gladioli would give you a similar look for half the price, says Jung Lee of Fete, an N.Y.C. planning service. And remember, you can get away with fewer stems if you display them dramatically. Rent tall containers, fill them with water, and submerge a few French tulips, cymbidium orchids or amaryllis, or a branch of berries inside, says Bill Heffernan of Chicago’s Flowers by Heffernan Morgan.

Go for the Glow

Candles are one of the simplest and least expensive ways to enhance the ambience in a room. However, the cost of tall, thick pillar candles can add up quickly, often running $10 to $20 each, says Heffernan. He advises making the most of votives, which are significantly less pricey. If you wear a dress without a train, you can even use votives in glass hurricanes to line the aisle, suggests Lee. “They give off beautiful light as the bride walks in.”

Work Your Theme

Whether it’s something as straightforward as the season, a theme gives your wedding a cohesive look while limiting your choices—both of which can end up saving you money, says N.Y.C. planner Marcy Blum. A theme also provides a springboard for finding alternatives to expensive big-day items. For example, a full bar can tack zeros onto your total bill. Instead, try serving only a few cocktails, along with wine and soft drinks. For a wedding with a vintage feel, old-fashioned but hip rum drinks, such as mojitos and Havana coolers, provide a sophisticated twist on the signature cocktail.

Stick to a Favorite Hue

On any budget a monochromatic color scheme can pull a room together, adding up to a result that depends less on individual elements than on the overall look. Few will notice, for instance, if the pink flowers are carnations and chrysanthemums instead of more expensive roses or peonies, as long as the other similarly hued details work well together. “Using a beautiful pale pink tablecloth, napkins and flowers can look more powerful and substantial than having several colors,” says N.Y.C. planner Jennifer Brisman.

Economize on Favors

During dinner have the staff set up a table with your favorite desserts, along with extra servings that guests can box and take home. “I’m partial to dessert buffets,” planner Marcy Blum says, “and people are just tickled by them.” For a few recent New York City weddings, Blum gathered goodies—including cookies, cupcakes, cream puffs and key lime tarts—from local bakeries the couples liked to frequent. To dress up and personalize the boxes, have stickers printed with your names and wedding date, and tie packages with ribbon.

Use Recycled Cards

Send postcards that evoke the theme or locale of your wedding, instead of save-the-date cards, planner Yifat Oren says. If you’re getting married at a resort or historic inn, inquire whether there are postcards of the site that you could buy or have for free. (Blank vintage cards, available online and at flea markets, make especially charming choices but cost a bit more.) Either handwrite the essentials on the back or use a laser printer.
{credits: article from in style weddings, photos by: charles schiller}

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Fashionable.Bouts

Who said the groom doesn’t have to be fashionable & hip…In Style Weddings shows you exactly how to add some chic style to the men’s boutonnieres. Jo Gartin has created some interesting bouts that any man will be proud to wear on the special day.

{credits: design: jo gartin, images: instyle weddings, photos: pornchai mittongtare}

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