Nicole & Matt Wedding – Flower Arch Ceremony – Houston Hall – Jaylim Studio
It’s practically unheard of these days for a couple to meet without the help of a dating app. Nicole and Matt were introduced the old-fashioned way. “When I started at my company’s New York office, they sat me next to him,” Nicole says. “We would get coffee. Overtime, we began flirting a little, but nothing really happened.” Well, nothing really happened immediately.
We are excited to introduce Nicole, our Bride & Blossom Featured Bride for December. Nicole and Matt said ‘I Do’ on New Year’s Eve at Houston Hall. Here, she shares the first chapter of their love story. Read More
Hilary & Brad Wedding – Bride Getting Ready – Plaza Hotel – Hechler Photographers
If anyone could use an extra pick-me-up this holiday season, it’s the friend who is in the thick of wedding planning. With the anxiety of getting ready for the big day coupled with the usual stress this time of year brings, she has a lot on her plate. What better way to put the cheer back in life than with an amazing gift that lets her know you are thinking of her. From beauty and pampering to personalized goods to home décor, here’s the ultimate gift guide for the bride-to-be. Read More
Showroom with Rachel – BB behind the scenes – Fall Floral Trends – Kim Mancuso Photography
As Part of our new BB Behind the Scenes series, we are taking you into our New York City showroom, sharing tips, trends, and advice about wedding flowers, planning, fashion, and so much more. This is a space where we really get to know our couples and how they envision their special day. In creative collaboration, we choose the blooms, decor, and mood that is a genuine expression of their love, personality, and style. Simply put, the Bride & Blossom Showroom is where all the magic happens and we are thrilled to open it up to our readers and followers. Read More
From nature’s vibrant colors to an ever-present golden light to the crisp chill filling the air, there’s just something magically romantic about a fall wedding. Getting to share this once-in-a-lifetime event with family and friends, many of whom have traveled far and wide, makes it all the more special. What better way to thank them than with a thoughtful gift that expresses the spirit of the season? Here are twelve festive fall wedding favor ideas to keep your guests all cozy and warm.
Autumn Scented Candles Seasonal candles always make a great gift. Pumpkin spice, apple pie, mulled cider… these are the scents that evoke our most cherished memories of autumn. Read More
Katharine McPhee David Foster Wedding – via vogue.com
With the start of fall just days away, we have been reflecting on the summer wedding season. And when it comes to luxury bridal fashion, flowers, and venues, the famous brides who walked the aisle this past season ignited our hearts and imaginations. Their highly anticipated nuptials took place at a French château, London church, English cathedral, and exclusive Hawaiian hotel. While these weddings were spectacularly lavish in every way possible, they were also a beautiful expression of each bride’s unique style and personality.
Katharine McPhee Katharine McPhee and David Foster’s much-discussed courtship culminated with the couple exchanging vows at the Church of St. Yeghiche in South Kensington in late June. The Actress-singer wore a gorgeous custom Zac Posen dress featuring a ballgown silhouette, sweetheart neckline, and layer upon layer of striped tulle skirt. She accessorized with a dramatic cathedral veil and soft colored floral and greenery bouquet. The ceremony décor of lush, bright blooms created a striking contrast against the church’s ornate interior. For the post-ceremony celebrations, which took place at a private club, the bride changed into a silk cocktail dress, also by Zac Posen. Reception florals had a decadent, English garden feel with verdant greenery embellished with white and green roses and hydrangea. Read More
Emma & Izzet Wedding – Bride Groom Chuppah Bouquet – Blue Hill at Stone Barns – Rebecca Yale Photography
Your wedding is going to be the biggest party you’ll ever throw. And we’ve all seen the aftermath of a good party. From the leftover bottles, food containers and bags to the use-once-and-throw-away decorations, it’s a big carbon footprint.
Making smarter, sustainable decisions in the way we consume is something we should all be practicing. With some planning, incorporating these principles into your big day is easy to do. And as you will see, having an eco-conscious wedding doesn’t mean you have to compromise your style and personality. Read More