From a romantic outdoor reception complete with burlap-covered communal tables to a colorful multicultural wedding, here are some of our favorite details from recent real weddings.
Searching for some gorgeous shots to add to your digital catalog of "I do" inspiration? Well, you're in luck! This week's real weddings were filled with amazing details that are bound to put your wedding planning into high gear — and freshen up your Pinterest board!
First, is Jennifer and Peter's rustic, open-air Healdsburg, California wedding. Their nuptials are inspired by the bride's love of The Godfather's wedding scene, but the romantic affair skips the mobsters in favor of lush florals and personalized details.
Next up, Nikki and Brian's food-focused wedding in Brooklyn, New York: Though their venue — a former liquor warehouse — boasts views of the Statue of Liberty, it's the small details that really steal the show. Elegant tables, a decadent menu, and playful sparklers are among our favorites.
Meghan and Adam spent a year planning their vibrant Indian-and-Jewish nuptials in Chicago, Illinois. This multicultural celebration is packed with colorful and meaningful touches, like traditional Indian henna tattoos and a red saree straight from India.
Finally, we saw Carly and Eric's elegant New York City wedding. Though the couple chose a warm color palette of gold and ivory, bright details seep through their stunning event. Filled with picture-perfect blooms and whimsy touches, this summer wedding is sure to inspire your own planning.
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At left: Dragonfly Floral channeled this brides rustic-chic theme with a magenta, blush, and lavender bouquet. A mix of ranunculus, dahlias, and roses are wrapped with a bright teal ribbon for a formal and fun effect.Christina McNeill