Before you head out to enjoy your wonderful Valentine’s Day weekend, here’s a charming, rustic editorial from Andie Freeman Photography, with the loveliest details, including a soft, feminine palette accented by deep Marsala hues and a wedding cake which is way too pretty to eat!
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From Andie Freeman Photography: So, Valentine’s Day is what day of the week this year? Yup it’s on a Saturday- which means that loads of people should be getting MARRIED on Valentine’s Day this year! Wouldn’t be amazing to have your anniversary be on Valentine’s Day?! Of course, you may be cheating yourself out of additional presents. . . but if you are inclined to go for a Valentine’s Day wedding (I love the idea!) here is some lovely inspiration for you.

For this editorial, we used a gorgeous blush palette accented with Pantone’s color of the year, Marsala. Our bride is in a stunning wedding gown from the White by Vera Wang collection at David’s Bridal and a vintage, blonde mink coat. Her stunning messy updo bun was finished off with a Marsala ribbon around her hair. Her jewellery consisted of pink rubies and diamonds designed by custom jeweler TK Anderson and Bombshell Creations provided her flawless makeup. Our groom wore a pale grey slim fit suit with a blush and white seersucker bowtie.

The invitations are free printables from Wedding Chicks!! Not a bad idea if you want to be budget-savvy.  The DIY hearts all around the invitations also make for pretty confetti decor or can be used for your exit. Grab a couple of heart punches from Hobby Lobby, and then use a few pieces of papercrafting paper to create them.  Be warned though, it can be a bit exhausting if you plan to make a bunch of them!!  We used several new 2015 trends that we adore including a chic, champagne tower and passing the food around the table family style!!  The latter is such a wonderful way to share a meal with your closest family and friends.

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