Steal These Ideas To Make A Big Impact on Your Wedding Day
Shot by Alicia Mink Photos / Designed by Debby Bohunita
These *very* doable details were tucked into a traditional wedding palette but kept everything looking trendy and stylish.
1. A Corset Wedding Dress
Corset silhouettes have been a popular choice because of it's flattering form and now it's stripped down aesthetic is an emerging trend that is just so romantic when done right! If you're not sure if this is for you, try an option from here. You can steal the look but stay on the more conservative end of the spectrum.
Dress by Pallas Couture found at Kinsley James Couture Bridal
2. Artisan Wedding Invitations
First impressions count. We love this invitation suite by Piroutte Paper who calligraphs each invitation by hand, tears the edges for a delicate look and uses the most luxurious paper.
3. A Complementing Box For Your Ring
Choose a ring box that will complement your wedding palette and is just the right size so that it makes your precious gem the centre of attention in every 'details' shot taken by your photographer.
Ring from Petals & Stones housed in a Lace Byrd 'Magnolia White' Ring Box
4. Candlelight and Textures
Nail your wedding tablescape with candlelight. Not only does it add an air of romance but the varying heights you can play with add texture to the table alongside these beautiful floral arrangements and table runners.
5. A Crown Hair Adornment
The best part about a piece like this is that it's easy to put on and take off throughout the day. So don this piece in front of the camera for a little editorial flair.
BONUS TIP: Consider a photographer who shoots hybrid with both film and digital. The airy, light and romantic tones achieved with film are unmatched to the look of digital. Photographer Alicia Mink who shot this beautiful blog feature in Villa Del Sol D'Oro wrote this in-depth piece if you're interested in learning more about the benefits of film photography.