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August 2013 Archive

The Shoe Shot

Unless your choices in bridal gowns are on the shorter side
– a throwback to tea length or a flirty, ‘look at these hot legs’ option –
there aren’t many chances to get a glance at your shoes
that you may have spent weeks selecting.
Sure, you may throw them up as your new husband dips
you during the first dance, or lift your dress a few inches
during one of those awesome group dances that we alllll love so much,
(the ‘Cupid Shuffle’ is now stuck in your head isn’t it?)
but besides those few seconds, they’re hidden.
Well, not with these amazing shoe shots.
Over the past year, we have seen the shoes put into the spotlight,
and the shots are getting more and more creative.
And the shoes, well the shoes are just getting more and more fabulous.

via Pinterest, shoes by Jimmy Choo

via Pinterest, shoes by Christian Louboutin

via Style Me Pretty

via Style Me Pretty, photo by Delbarrmoradi.com, shoes by Valentino

via Pinterest, shoes by Jimmy Choo

via Ruffled Blog, shoes by Hunter

via Once Wed, shoes by Jimmy Choo

via Style Me Pretty, shoes by Vera Wang Lavender Label

via Pinterest, shoes by Christian Louboutin

So what have we learned?
(Besides that Jimmy Choo makes a beautiful shoe…)
Pick out the most beautiful pair and have your photographer ready,
because with these shots everyone will be staring at your shoes
much longer than your wedding day.

Love,
The Emily Weddings Team

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Color Combo: Black and White

We love black and white weddings.  Why?
This fabulous color combo can go all the way from black tie to outdoor soiree
and from modern to old Hollywood without a second glance.
The correct use of black and white within wedding décor can
make for a big visual impact while not overwhelming the eye.

Source: Southern Weddings Magazine

Source: Wedding Chicks

Source: The Pursuit of Style

Source: Style Me Pretty

Source: One and Only Paris Photography

Source: Style Me Pretty

 

Source: Swoon – A Wedding Blog

Source: The Knot

Source: Style Me Pretty

Black and white is also a good combination for almost any other color.
Add pops of pink, gold, emerald, or neutrals with texture for a fun look.

Source: Wedding Chicks

Source: Belle the Magazine

Source: Inspired by This

Source: Southern Weddings Magazine

Source: David Tutera

Or, if you can’t decide which color is for you,
go with black and white and add them all!

Source: The Knot

Source: Jessica Fajardo Photography

 

We would love to see your black and white color combo!
Visit us on Facebook to share!

Love,
The Emily Weddings Team

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