If your wedding will be in Evanston, Wilmette or other North Shore towns, check out this list of nearby locations that provide the most beautiful backdrop for your wedding day portraits. I got married in Evanston and included the spot where we took our photos. Other ideas are courtesy of couples I've worked with and their talented photographers. Also, ask your photographer for location ideas. They will likely have locations not mentioned here.
Planning on having a flower girl or a junior bridesmaid in your wedding party and not sure what kind of flowers they should have? There's no right or wrong answer. Like a lot of wedding traditions, it's completely up to you whether you want any part of it! Here are some options I suggest to couples during their floral consultations: a mini version of the bridal bouquet, a flower crown and a basket of rose petals.
With St. Patrick’s Day on the horizon, I’m paying homage to one of my favorite colors—green. It’s a great hue to add to your wedding color palette. After all, it represents new beginnings. Adding lush greenery gives your wedding decor a natural, organic vibe. And it's on trend too with Pantone announcing it as 2017's color of the year. Here are some ways past brides and grooms I’ve worked with have incorporated green into their wedding color palette.
How do you plan to add hints of green to your wedding?