If you are searching for wedding ideas one of the best magazines you can snatch up is the MunaLuchi Bride Winter 2021 Issue. It is filled with incredible wedding inspiration for the modern bride.
We are so proud to have been featured in this print edition to provide some inspiration for couples across the United States. Back in 2020 we teamed up with a great group of vendors to burn some creative steam and provide 2021 couples some great ideas/inspiration for their wedding. Tori Del Photography captured every detail beautifully, while Love Clark Events planned a successful shoot.
While this team of wedding vendors in Washington DC put together the inspiration found in the images below, they are sure to inspire any and all couples planning a wedding in any part of the country. So, let's jump into our feature in MunaLuchi Bride!
First, the venue. The Perry Belmont House This historic building is over 100 years old and features beautiful ballrooms complete with gold leaf accents from top to bottom. The grand staircase was one of my most favorite features and would make the perfect spot for portraits.
A wedding gown is one of the most beautiful objects of clothing a bride will wear. For this inspiration, Yemi Kosibah designed a stunner. He is all about couture wedding gowns and he knocked this one out of the park. The groom looked as handsome as ever in his Christopher Shafer Clothier tux.
Hair and makeup are one of the things that can at times go un noticed but this bride's head piece and subtly natural yet glamorous makeup were brought to the forefront by Priscilla M Beauty.
As the saying goes, "the devil is in the details" and this wedding inspiration had no lack of that! With beautiful personal, mini cakes by The Artful Apron placed on each guest table setting (provided by Table Manners) along with the gorgeous stationary designed by Paper by Charm Cat the details here are perfection.
And can we just pause a moment so we can talk about flowers? I mean, what's a wedding without flowers!?!? I know, I know... I'm being biased. But I really loved how these wedding flowers turned out. The tall centerpieces atop gold, metal bases and the bride's bouquet were some of my favorites. Not to mention the floral installation we created on the wrought iron staircase. Gorgeousness all around.
The cherry on top was the unforgettable video created by Profess Multimedia.
We loved the outcome!
I hope this blog post has helped you obtain some creative ideas for your upcoming wedding. Til' next time!