Today’s blog is all about Sea Shell Resort LBI Wedding Photos! Lindsay and Brad had a beautiful May 2016 wedding at the always perfect Sea Shell Resort in Beach Haven. I had the pleasure of meeting Lindsay and Brad for their engagement session on her parents farm and we all got along amazing off the bat! We had a beautiful session that evening and her wedding surely didn’t disappoint!
The brides parents rented the most amazing house in Beach Haven. Out back was the most darling shed where you could relax, hang out or take a ton of pretty wedding dress and flower photos! I never wanted to leave it. This blog is being written two months latter and I am still in love with this little place!
The bride and her girls had makeup from Lavish Salon and they all looked stunning! The florals were from Lilly of the Valley and were bright, vibrant and lovely! Lindsay wore a stunning ball gown that had beautiful embroidered detail. The couples first look went smooth and the rest of the day went off just as well.
Here is an article from the bridal guide about how to select the perfect flowers for your big day!
They’re going to punch up the “pretty” factor of your reception and appear in almost all of your formal photographs. At a minimum, you’ll probably want to order a bridal bouquet; bouquets for your attendants; boutonnieres for the groom, groomsmen and fathers; corsages for the mothers; flowers for the ceremony site; and centerpieces for the reception tables. But the first step is to find a florist who “gets” you — and will get the job done right.
In order to present you with his or her ideas, a florist will need to know three things:
Your budget: Most brides and grooms allot about 3 percent of their total wedding budget to their flowers and décor. It’s okay if you don’t have much to spend — most floral designers will be willing to work within the parameters of your budget and suggest smart ways to save, like using full-bloom flowers to decrease the number of stems you need.
Your numbers: To determine quantities and, consequently, total prices, the florist will need to know the number of guests you expect, how many bridesmaids and groomsmen you’re having, and the number of children, grandparents, parents and stepparents who’ll need flowers, too.
Your style: First, have a general idea of the look you want (lavish, simple, mod, romantic). Next, compile an “idea file” of photographs from magazines or books that exemplify the kind of floral designs you like. And have a color scheme in mind. At a loss? Use the design details on your invitation, the color of your bridesmaid dresses and the interior of your reception space as reference points.