Friday, May 30, 2008

Daytime Activities

Here is my last post of our wedding photos for a while, some will definitely pop up in the future, (okay near future! maybe some dance floor action?) I can't help it! These are just some random photos throughout the weekend, I can't begin to tell you how awesome it has been to go through all of these. Anna, the rock star that she is, somehow documented what all of our guests did throughout the long weekend! People rode bikes, drove golf carts, the resort is huge (which we loved, it never felt crowded) so this type of transportation was necessary to get around. We went swimming with dolphins, played golf, chess, you name it, there was a little something for everyone. Patrick and I had the time of our lives, our closest friends and family, down in paradise, for our wedding. It meant the world to us, it was truly a dream come true.

Have a wonderful weekend!

{all photos by Anna Wolf}

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Hair Accessories

Taking a break from my own wedding today, I will post more photos tomorrow, mostly celebratory, dancing, fun photos Anna took randomly throughout the weekend.

In the mean time, check out New York Mag's hair accessory round up, prices starting at $40 up to $14,500 (!?!).

{images from new york magazine}

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Welcome Reception Photo Booth

Here are a few photos from the welcome reception night. Anna and Mike put together a little makeshift photo booth and all of our guests got to let out their inner superstar! This is a great and creative solution to the standard photo booth and seems to be a trend, Vané even had one at her wedding. What better way to make your guests feel like stars for the night? So many fun photos came out of this shoot that Patrick and I are planning to put together a book!

{photos by Anna Wolf}

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

More Wedding Details

Last week I posted photos of the reception details and here are some more of the design elements from our wedding. In the first set of photos are the welcome totes I designed for each couple, with Jenna Hein's calligraphy gracing each welcome tag. Below are the custom made ceramic tags by Paloma's Nest that were enclosed in each little hand stamped pouch. I had a couple of stamps made for the wedding; they are such an easy and cost efficient way to carry your theme throughout all of your wedding details, a no brainer if you ask me! The following photos are part of the stationery suite I designed, I had so much fun designing my own invites that I started helping and designing other bride's stationery. Thanks Vané for the shout out last week!

Over the next two days I will be posting more of our wedding pics, then that is it. I PROMISE!