When we first came across Megan Carty’s artwork, it was her abstract paintings that initially caught our eye. Radiating with color and energy, they stand out, even on the most candy colored of Instagram feeds. We soon noticed that Megan also paints flowers. Further investigation led us to discover that many of Megan’s floral paintings are actually bridal bouquets. Needless to say, we were obsessed and immediately reached out to Megan, inviting her to participate in our Women Paving the Aisle Interview series.
Megan lives in Pepperell, Massachusetts with her husband and three children. Her journey to becoming a full-time artist wasn’t linear. “I had to kiss a lot of frogs to realize what I didn’t like while discovering what I did like to do,” she says. Never losing sight of her artistic aspirations, she currently works from her home studio and lists Anthropologie, Minted, and Loom & Kiln as clients. Read More
Does it feel like you spend more time running around trying to find the perfect holiday gifts than actually enjoying the spirit of the season? Well, Bride & Blossom is here to help! We’ve got you covered whether you are on the hunt for beauty and wellness luxuries, warm and cozy winter necessities, or gorgeous home decor. Read on to get our ultimate gift guide full of creative and unique ideas sure to make your friends and loved ones gasp with delight.
Perfect for any occasion, these stunning earrings from the Metropolitan Museum of Art are inspired by those worn by the Roman goddess in the famous work Venus in Front of a Mirror by master painter Peter Paul Rubens. Read More
Amandamarie and Donald Cicero were married on a gorgeous day last June in an outdoor ceremony and enchanting reception at The Liberty Warehouse in Red Hook, Brooklyn.
Amanda and Donald – Ceremony – Liberty Warehouse – Photography by South Eleventh
Amandamarie was not one of those girls who grew up dreaming about her wedding. Even as a newly engaged young woman, she didn’t have a clear vision. Amandamarie was sure of one thing though – she didn’t want an overly extravagant event. “We are a pretty laid-back couple,” she said, “so we wanted to keep that relaxed, understated style in our wedding, but still have it be beautiful and elegant.” Read More