With Labor Day weekend finally here, it's time to get out of the summer doldrums and have a little fun!
This week, our "Real Wedding" focused on a traditional wedding, meticulously executed; and, if you'll forgive us, the thought of a "Classic" wedding put a song in our heads that's perfect for Fridays. The song, by The Knocks and Featuring Powers, kept the notion in our head as we explored the myriad options on Instagram for our weekly inspirations. So, this week, we bring you the truly classic moments that never get old, no matter how many weddings employ them.
The kiss. The first look. Leaving the chapel. Entering the reception hall. All of these instances could easily be considered rote or trite, unless one sees with one's emotions (and through the lenses of some of the area's best photographers). Here, then, are the classic moments from some of the most stunning weddings we've witnessed.
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Rosie and Phillip's wedding at The Plant at Kyle was small and cozy, with just the people who mattered most there to celebrate with them. I loved how DIY it was, with all their friends and family helping pull it all together (and Phillip, who is a chef, cooking the most incredible meal for it). What parts of your wedding did you DIY?