Sweet reflections

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When I first saw this photo, I was instantly reminded of a photo I took as a little girl when I was a flower girl in a friend's wedding. My mom still loves it. And so, together, we decided it would be sweet to have a similar photo taken almost 20 years later on my wedding day.
Thus, the hunt for the perfect mirror ensued. I love the darling little one we found at a local boutique. It's actually from the 1960s, refurbished with a distressed look:



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When I first saw this photo, I was instantly reminded of a photo I took as a little girl when I was a flower girl in a friend's wedding. My mom still loves it. And so, together, we decided it would be sweet to have a similar photo taken almost 20 years later on my wedding day.
Thus, the hunt for the perfect mirror ensued. I love the darling little one we found at a local boutique. It's actually from the 1960s, refurbished with a distressed look:


rodney smith

2008Hallo friend Vintage Feed Shack, At the article you read this time with the title 2008, have prepared this article well for you to read and take the information in it. Article PHOTOS, Hopefully the contents of this post we write you can understand. Okay, happy reading.

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there's been a lot of buzz about rodney smith's amazing photos -- and for good reason. i saw the three shots below on Black*Eiffel and perfect bound and i love the vintage look and genuine feel they possess. so lovely.

and check out this fabulous detail from his biography: 'he still watches nothing but movies made before 1947.' ... love it!






there's been a lot of buzz about rodney smith's amazing photos -- and for good reason. i saw the three shots below on Black*Eiffel and perfect bound and i love the vintage look and genuine feel they possess. so lovely.

and check out this fabulous detail from his biography: 'he still watches nothing but movies made before 1947.' ... love it!






a camelot legacy.

2008Hallo friend Vintage Feed Shack, At the article you read this time with the title 2008, have prepared this article well for you to read and take the information in it. Article fashion, Article SOUTHERN CHARM, Article VENUES, Hopefully the contents of this post we write you can understand. Okay, happy reading.

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i've had the idea for this post for awhile and as it came up again today in an e-mail from a bride-to-be, i decided to stop procrastinating and come up with a post on one of my favorite couples of all time - jfk jr. and carolyn bessette.

from vanity fair:
'From the moment they stepped out of a small chapel on Cumberland Island, Georgia, John F. Kennedy Jr. and Carolyn Bessette Kennedy were destined to inherit the spotlight that shone on J.F.K. and Jackie. As these pictures attest, the young Kennedy couple proved to be every bit as striking as their forebears.'



The bride and groom emerge from the chapel on Cumberland Island, Georgia, September 1996.



On the briny with Uncle Ted in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, November 1997.




John and Carolyn at the wedding of Christiane Amanpour and James Rubin, at Lake Bracciano, near Rome, August 1998.



Taking the dog for a walk in New York City, 1999.




Another romantic moment, this one during the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner, in Washington, D.C., May 1999.
{all above photos via vanity fair}

... what i like most about this couple's wedding is where and how they chose to have their ceremony -- in a small, simple church -- first established in 1893 as the first african baptist church and later rebuilt in the 1930s. they kept their guest list small and simple, too -- inviting only 40 people and they kept the ceremony very intimate by only using candlelight. the absolute epitome of romance.








{above two photos via national park service}


there is so much i love and admire about this couple -- their amazing sense of style, their obvious affection for one another and most of all, their down-to-earth ways -- despite their social status. i also love that their simple wedding seemed to be a true reflection of their combined character. i think in planning your wedding, this idea should always be at the forefront -- don't plan a wedding based on current trends or what you think others expect from you. plan from the heart and let personal touches reflect who you are together.


click here to read another blogger's take on the much-talked-about ceremony.

i've had the idea for this post for awhile and as it came up again today in an e-mail from a bride-to-be, i decided to stop procrastinating and come up with a post on one of my favorite couples of all time - jfk jr. and carolyn bessette.

from vanity fair:
'From the moment they stepped out of a small chapel on Cumberland Island, Georgia, John F. Kennedy Jr. and Carolyn Bessette Kennedy were destined to inherit the spotlight that shone on J.F.K. and Jackie. As these pictures attest, the young Kennedy couple proved to be every bit as striking as their forebears.'



The bride and groom emerge from the chapel on Cumberland Island, Georgia, September 1996.



On the briny with Uncle Ted in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, November 1997.




John and Carolyn at the wedding of Christiane Amanpour and James Rubin, at Lake Bracciano, near Rome, August 1998.



Taking the dog for a walk in New York City, 1999.




Another romantic moment, this one during the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner, in Washington, D.C., May 1999.
{all above photos via vanity fair}

... what i like most about this couple's wedding is where and how they chose to have their ceremony -- in a small, simple church -- first established in 1893 as the first african baptist church and later rebuilt in the 1930s. they kept their guest list small and simple, too -- inviting only 40 people and they kept the ceremony very intimate by only using candlelight. the absolute epitome of romance.








{above two photos via national park service}


there is so much i love and admire about this couple -- their amazing sense of style, their obvious affection for one another and most of all, their down-to-earth ways -- despite their social status. i also love that their simple wedding seemed to be a true reflection of their combined character. i think in planning your wedding, this idea should always be at the forefront -- don't plan a wedding based on current trends or what you think others expect from you. plan from the heart and let personal touches reflect who you are together.


click here to read another blogger's take on the much-talked-about ceremony.

marisa holmes.

2008Hallo friend Vintage Feed Shack, At the article you read this time with the title 2008, have prepared this article well for you to read and take the information in it. Article PHOTOS, Hopefully the contents of this post we write you can understand. Okay, happy reading.

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not only am i in love with this photographer's style, i'm also going head over heels for the details of practically all her clients' weddings! check 'em out:
just when i was getting tired of the shoe shot, this creative placement made me love it all over again!



LOVE the lanterns. perfect for a beachside ceremony, too.

... & i even found a little inspiration for my groom-to-be:

not only am i in love with this photographer's style, i'm also going head over heels for the details of practically all her clients' weddings! check 'em out:
just when i was getting tired of the shoe shot, this creative placement made me love it all over again!



LOVE the lanterns. perfect for a beachside ceremony, too.

... & i even found a little inspiration for my groom-to-be:

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