terça-feira, 5 de julho de 2011

Para se inspirar!!! Casamentos reais

As imagens a seguir foram conseguidas na internet e são de casamentos reais. Inspirem-se!

The dotted design of the dessert mimicked the pattern of the centerpiece vessels. Icing ribbons and a dramatic sugar flower topper worked in the palette.Under an arbor with antique glass lanterns, the couple exchanged vows that they wrote themselves—and didn‘t share with each other until the ceremony.

Amei esse bolo!

Peacock feathers added subtle drama to Elisa‘s calla lily and hypericum berry bouquet.
Buque de uma das noivas

The DJ, Elisa‘s friend, played "Feels Like Home," by Chantal Kreviazuk, for the couple‘s first dance. For their last dance, Elisa and Michelle chose another slow song, Duncan Sheik‘s "For You."Towering redwood trees surrounded the amphitheater in the aptly-named Redwood Grove where the ceremony took place. Elisa and Michelle got married on a raised platform in the center marked by a simple arrangement of purple artichokes and dahlias and green ...

Kerri’s 12-year-old dog Scott walked the rings down the aisle, led by Kerri’s best man (her nephew).
Seu fiel companheiro também pode fazer parte desse momento

Brian and Josh were married under an elegant huppah, which their florist fashioned out of pressed box fabric and white flowers.Brian and Josh wore custom-made tuxedos by Tom James of New York.

The blue wedding cake was decorated with dark chocolate seashells to incorporate the beach location. A cake topper of the couple finished it off.

Desiree and Ann wanted their dresses to coordinate without entirely matching. Ann chose a white satin A-line gown, while Desiree went with a cream Alencon lace gown with cap sleeves.Although they wore different dress styles, Desiree and Ann held matching pink and white bouquets of peonies, roses, and hydrangeas.
Dois vestidos, dois bouquets

Post by Ale Loureiro

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