Tag: wedding shoes
REAL WEDDING: MELISSA & RYAN
Rock Your Socks & Let Your Shoes Shine
Wedding attire is all about the details. Get creative with the shoes and socks you choose to wear on your big day! Selecting styles, colors or themes that are representative of you and your group is a a fun and subtle way to personalize your outfit and always makes for great photos! Willowdale has seen some memorable footwear walk through our doors including these pastel Converse low tops perfect for a spring wedding! (more…)
REAL WEDDING: KATE & RYAN
Kate & Ryan got married on a beautiful day in June – not long after the start of our tent season! They incorporated so many attire and décor details into their wedding day we had to share!
REAL WEDDING: Edith & Zachary
Seeing the Willowdale grounds covered in snow adds an element of awe and intrigue that only gets more beautiful as the night goes on and the twinkle lights glow on the fallen snow. Edith & Zachary tied the knot inside the estate, but were surrounded by the snow covered grounds and the unique historical details Willowdale has to offer.
Edith and her bridesmaids prepared for the day in our Wedding Suite which offers a large open space with lots of natural lighting and is the perfect spot for hair, makeup and ensembles! Her detailed hair clip of pearls and ivory wedding shoes covered in rhinestones were a perfect choice for the neutral palette they used in many details of their day.
Zachary and his groomsmen were just down the hall getting ready in the Equestrian Lounge. Their wardrobe choice was a classic three-piece grey suit and dark brown leather Oxfords.
The pastel wedding invitations matched perfectly with the neutral floral bouquet centerpieces featuring a variety of creams, whites and succulents arranged by Karla Cassidy Designs.
During their first look, Edith & Zachary embraced the snow and took portraits amidst the the winter scenery. Edith’s fur shawl and long white gloves are fashionable outerwear accessories that will help keep her warm and look great in photos!
The ceremony took place at dusk in the Conservatory under our birch pole chuppah decorated with an assortment of textured greenery.
The reception space included a variety of round and square tables with textured burlap runners, LED candles and classic floral arrangements.
Throughout their event, Edith & Zachary took advantage of all the unique photo opportunities offered by our 901 Arts & Crafts mansion. They are pictured below in the North Wing of the Estate in the Library which features ornate built-in shelving.
To see more photos and details of Edith & Zachary’s wedding day, check out their feature on The Knot!
All Photos In Feature: Zev Fisher Photography
REAL WEDDING – Nicole & John
Nicole and John were married at Willowdale Estate in late November of 2014. They chose photographer Jamison Wexler who is known for his stunning portraits. We had trouble choosing which portraits to feature here because they are all SO GOOD! The image below shows the Nicole and John on the Ipswich River walkway with the sun setting behind them.
For a couple with such great style they also had a very fashionable cocktail– champagne with a gold rim! To get this look on any golden cocktail just find some gold rim sugar and apply generously to add a swanky and sweet detail to your drink.
Guests enjoyed a simple and elegant table with lots of candle light and lanterns, which looks perfect for a winter wedding. This mansion wedding was the very last weekend of November and included Willowdale Estate’s holiday decor. The neutral ribbon textures, garland, lights, and white poinsettias look perfect with the ivory and gold colors of this wedding.
If The Shoe Fits
Let your personality shine through on your wedding day with a pair of wedding shoes that fit your unique style. Willowdale couples keep us on our toes with their trendy and classic footwear choices. Our top picks for walking down the aisle range from hot pink heels to comfortable teal high top sneakers. Take a peek and be sure not to miss the bold royal blue high heel with diamond accents or the traditional shiny black tuxedo shoe!