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Something Borrowed…
October 23, 2014

Finding the perfect wedding dress is probably the biggest decision you will make when preparing for your wedding day. Every bride not only wants to look and feel gorgeous, but she wants the dress to represent all that is good in her life and the love she feels for her future husband. I’m sure everyone would agree, “first look” photos aren’t about the tux!

Brides start researching wedding dresses as soon as the ring is slipped on her finger (maybe even before!). Though the search may not have to go further than your mother’s (or close relative’s) closet. With green weddings on the rise, many brides have chosen to revisit that old family tradition of wearing their mother’s wedding dress. And why not? Dresses from a bygone era are the very definition of vintage chic. Dressmakers and designers can create a “new ” custom look with simple additions of lace or tulle. And let’s not forget that magical feeling that goes with slipping on a dress with such a loving and special past.

Take a look:


Lisa Malkus of Cambridge, Maryland wore her God-mother’s, Bonnie Spedden’s, wedding dress.  Lisa was married in 1986, Bonnie wed in 1969.


The little girl in these pictures is Lisa!  Lisa was Bonnie’s flower girl!


My mom, Jane Jackman, was married in 1958.  Her wedding dress was actually a beautiful silk debutante dress.  I wore the same dress, with little or no alterations at my wedding in 1989. My sister Mary Jane wore the dress in 1981!


Some brides are lucky enough to unearth a designer gown, from famous bridal collections of the past! Oscar de la Renta designed classic beautiful clothing and wedding gowns for over 50 years, with clients that included Jackie Kennedy, Nancy Reagan, Amal Clooney, Kate Bosworth and many more.

Looking back , whether it is to your mother’s gown or a vintage designer gown found on Ebay, may be the perfect place to start making your wedding dreams a reality.


Photo Credit: Oscar de la Renta Bridal


The Styled Wedding Shoot
October 16, 2014

For the newly engaged, Styled Shoots are a collaboration of wedding professionals seeking to bring great ideas to life. Each aspect of the shoot is designed to inspire; from the photography, to the color scheme, to the details on the table. Couples can find everything they need to achieve the look, or parts of the look, by using the pictures as a reference. You will find it’s the perfect place to find that inspiring, innovative idea you’ve been searching for!

To give you an example of a Styled Shoot, we asked Sarah Campbell of Intrigue Designs and Pops of Plum to share one of her favorites with us.  The shoot was styled by Sarah with help from Historic Events Wedding Planning.  All of the accent pieces and details came from Intrigue’s vast collection.  Sarah’s inspiration theme  was “timeless,” playing off the classic grandeur of the old estate.  She wanted something that couples will be looking at for years to come!  You nailed it, Sarah!  Take a look:


The high vases allow conversation yet still boast bold beautiful design!

We love the texture of the table cloth, it brings together the texture of the flowers, the dinner plate and the textured silver accents.


The candles and the flowers at the end of some of the aisles will make even the grayest days sparkle.


The vintage items of the pheasant and the beautiful vase are just the right touch to give it that Victorian feel.

We love not only the beautiful color scheme of these flowers but also the idea of photographing your bouquet on a chair.

Thank you Sarah for sharing this beautiful, timeless, wedding shoot!



Photography by: Liz & Ryan

Styled by: Sarah Campbell of Intrigue Designs and Pops of Plum

Floral design by: Sarah Campbell of Intrigue Designs and Pops of Plum

Venue: Kirkland Manor

Paper: 2 Hands Studios

Vintage Accents: Intrigue Designs

Linens & Place Settings: Eastern Shore Tents and Events


October 9, 2014

Inspired! Vol. 2 | Fall 2014

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We’re so excited to present to you, dear readers, Volume 2 of our online wedding magazine Inspired! In it you will find inspiration for styled engagement photos, a road trip to Magnolia Caterers and Bread Company, a Real Wedding at the beautiful barn of Worsell Manor, a spotlight on “Things We Love” and much more! We’re thrilled and honored to help you plan your special wedding day. Thank you and we hope you’ll be Inspired!



Melissa loved photographing this lovely couple!  The heart marshmallow detail was swoon-worthy!


Our road trip story was beautifully written, really showcasing the magic of Magnolia!


Barn weddings are the rage!  We’ve got you covered here on the Shore!



Sit back, pour a cup of hot cider, and enjoy our second issue of Inspired!





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