A Wedding Wonderland

There is something so nostalgic about whimsical weddings.  Though 'nostalgia' isn't often the word that comes to mind when one mentions the word 'whimsy,' allow me to elaborate.  Way back when, before we had jobs, responsibilities, or a care in the world, we were kids.  We had tea parties, made pretty princess hats out of construction paper and ribbon, and the only limit to our actions was our own imaginations.

Whoever and wherever we are now, we can all reminisce about our days of whimsy. We dreamed of the day we would walk down that aisle, and for many of us, that dream still harbors inside of us, just as fresh and exciting as it was years ago.

I admire those women who succumb to the whimsy; the ones who wear that poufy princess dress, wear that tiara, and ride off into the sunset in their modern-day pumpkin coach (Rolls Royce, anyone?) at the end of the night.

This Alice in Wonderland photo shoot is a tribute to the whimsy. Let your wildest dreams be your only limitation as you dare to execute the wedding (or bridal shower) you've always imagined.

Event Coordination and Design: Simply Modern Weddings
Photography: Kim Le Photography
Invitations and Paper Goods: Darla Marie Designs
Floral Design: Flowers by Helen
Floral Belts and Hair Accessories: The Treasured Petal Boutique
Hair and Makeup: All Made Up
French Macrons: Layer Cake Bakery
Original Blog Entry: Brenda's Wedding Blog
Model: Lauren



Kelly said...

LOVE this! I've seen a few 'Alice in Wonderland' shoots here and there, but I love that this one is a little more elegant.

Anonymous said...

These are beautiful. Kelly's right-this one is definitely more elegant than others I've also viewed. The table's so pretty and I love the extra details!

The Sassy Bride said...

I am definitely a girly girl & always appreciate shoots like this! I love the color scheme, the china is unbelievably gorgeous, and now I am craving those macarons! lol Thanks for sharing :)

Hindsight Bride said...

Yes! Nostalgic whimsy. You hit the nail on the head with that one. I loved my little outdoor pretend tea parties growing up. What a beautifully designed concept!

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dognbird said...

Bring on the romantic whimsy! Particularly love the flowers.

Lizzie [Ten Thou Bride] said...

Wow! That is a great shoot..nostalgia and whimsy totally go hand-in-hand, thanks for sharing.

Danielle Scerbo said...

I love the pops of aqua throughout. They look really good with the fuschia. I might steal this color scheme!

Georgia Peters said...

Love this shoot - gorgeous!
xGeorgia, Before the Big Day

Chris {NotAnotherGayWeddingBlog} said...

The china is sheer perfection and the macaroons and flowers match perfectly!