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Welcome to Eye Candy Friday!
Pantone has just announced the color of the year for 2011, “Honeysuckle!” We’re in love with this bright, vibrant, hot-pink hue here at Real Weddings Magazine. This shade would make a beautiful accent color for any wedding and would coordinate well with almost any other color: turquoise, blue, purple, green, light pink, yellow, brown, black, white and beige.
In honor of the new color of the year, we have put together some fabulous honeysuckle-inspired eye candy that any bride can incorporate into her big day.
For more information on these products and photos-
Top left photo: Invitation by Stephanie J Designs, photo courtesy of Stephanie J Designs.
Top right photo: Lighting by Extreme Productions, photo by Andrea’s Images Photography.
Middle left photo: Bridesmaid dress from The Bridal Box, photo courtesy of Dessy.
Middle photo: Pink Sapphire and diamond engagement ring from Tiffany & Co., photo courtesy of Tiffany & Co.
Middle right photo: Cake by Sweet Cakes by Rebecca, photo courtesy of Sweet Cakes by Rebecca.
Bottom right photo: Chair covers and linens from Mimi & Co., photo courtesy of Mimi & Co.
How will you incorporate this color in the new year? We’d love to hear from you. Please comment below and let us know!
Blog Post by Aimee Carroll, resident Girl Tested, Bride Approved Columnist.
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That’s right folks, the Winter/Spring 2011 issue of Real Weddings Magazine arrives at our offices tomorrow, but we’re just too excited to keep a lid on the news any longer!
On the Winter 2011 Cover of Real Weddings Magazine: On Shelbie: dress from Miosa Bride, hat from Louise Green Millinery, flowers by Visual Impact Design.
Congratulations to Sacramento area real bride, Shelbie Brassfield, for being chosen as our cover model winner!
Shelbie, along with her other real bride cover model finalists, Terra Galvez and Elizabeth Burdick, were chosen from hundreds of entries in our cover model contest. We’re thrilled to have her grace the cover of our Winter 2011 issue!
Back in September, we put these girls through their paces at an all day photo shoot at the beautiful Northstar-at-Tahoe Resort. Featuring local gowns, local floral designers, local hair and make-up teams and the utterly fantastic local photographer Andrea Price from Andrea’s Images Photography, our cover model photo shoot truly was exhilarating! Frankly almost too exhilarating because all of the photos were so fantastic, it was hard to narrow it down to the ones we’d feature in the magazine, and then ultimately, which ones we’d feature on the covers.
We’ll share the Spring 2011 cover — which will feature all three of our cover model finalists — with you soon along with more photos from the shoot. But for now, you’ll just have to be satisfied with these images of our beautiful cover model finalists Shelbie, Elizabeth and Terra!
On Shelbie (left): dress from Miosa Bride, necklace by Erica Koesler available at Advantage Bridal, flowers by Amore Flowers by Katie. On Elizabeth (middle): dress from Miosa Bride, necklace by Tiffany & Co., flowers by Visual Impact Design. On Terra (right): dress from Dreamnette Bridal, necklace and earrings by Tiffany & Co., flowers by Amore Flowers by Katie.
On Terra (left): dress from The Bridal Box. On Elizabeth (middle): dress from Dreamnette Bridal, earrings by Adorn Me. On Shelbie (right): dress from The Bridal Box.
On Terra (left): dress from Miosa Bride, flowers by Visual Impact Design. On Elizabeth (middle): dress from Always Elegant Bridal & Tuxedo, flowers by Blooms by Martha Andrews, necklace and earrings by Tiffany & Co.. On Shelbie (right): dress from Always Elegant Bridal & Tuxedo, flowers by Ambience Floral Design.
And I would be completely remiss if I didn’t take this opportunity to thank not only our cover model finalists and my amazing Real Weddings Team who helped to produce this piece (Aimee, Sheree, Desiree, Gloria, Nicole, Leah and Megan), but also all of the incredibly gracious and talented vendors who participated in this shoot. Photo shoots are not easy and it takes a boatload of resources to pull them off, and we are incredibly grateful to all of the vendors who helped us with this feature!
Photographed on location at:
50 Trimont Lane, Truckee
Andrea’s Images Photography
with special thanks to Beth Baugher
Dresses provided by:
Always Elegant Bridal & Tuxedo
The Bridal Box
Accessories provided by:
Louise Green Millinery
888-321-HATS (4287), louisegreen.com
Stella & Dot
Tiffany & Co.
Hair and Make-up for Terra by:
Jenifer Haupt and Arrvada
Image Provocateur and VIP-CAT Academy
Hair and Make-up for Elizabeth by:
Fay Linson, Hair
Eva Molina, Make-up
Dynamic Images Salon & Day Spa
Hair and Make-up for Shelbie by:
Samantha Garcia and Jennifer Gouge
Nevaeh Boutique, Spa & Salon
Flowers provided by:
Ambience Floral Design
Amore Flowers by Katie
Blooms by Martha Andrews
Visual Impact Design
Slippers provided by:
Collars and Leashes for the French Bulldogs provided:
Additional Accessories for the French Bulldogs provided by:
The Doggie Bag
We’ll explain the French Bulldogs, too, soon — you’ll see them in the magazine…gorgeous little Frenchies — Penny and Deegan! You’ll die when you see them…so cute and great little models, too!
Blog Post by Editor/Publisher Wendy Sipple.
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As we celebrate 2010, Tiffany & Co. introduces a new collection from favorite jewelry designer Paloma Picasso. Inspired by the animals of the Chinese zodiac, she offers 12 beautiful charms, one for each year cycle of the horoscope.
“The Chinese zodiac is a wonderful birthday tradition,” said the designer. “We all have a curiosity about the zodiac and whether it influences our lives.”
Paloma’s Chinese Zodiac captures the vitality of each animal — and the human personality it represents – the inquisitive monkey, restless tiger, self-assured rooster, quick-witted horse, passionate dragon, resolute ox, sensitive rabbit, sensual snake, determined ram, loyal dog, patient pig and tenacious rat.
Beautifully handcrafted and innately charming, these 18K gold pieces would make delightfully personalized gift for each of your bridesmaids. To figure out her zodiac sign by year, visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_zodiac.
Pictured is the Tiger Charm Pendant, photo courtesy of Tiffany & Co.
Learn more about these and other Paloma Picasso charms at Tiffany & Co. in the Roseville Galleria, 1151 Galleria Boulevard. 916-872-2129. http://www.tiffany.com/.
Blog Post by Always a Bridesmaid Columnist Darren Elms.