Before jumping right into my column for Design Sponge, I wanted to take some time this morning to give a quick shout out to one of our lovely sponsors, Blue Door Photography. We don’t have the opportunity to feature many seaside weddings on Once Wed, so I thought the beach photo shoot below would be the perfect bit of inspiration for couples who are planning to get married by the sea…

Our main goal is very simple –  to take beautiful photos. We build relationships with our couples so we know exactly who they are, and what they are expecting on their wedding day. We love to have fun with our couples, but we also know when to step back and allow the wedding day to unfold. Our images our energetic, unobtrusive, and capture the day as it happens.

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Although Blue Door is based in Savannah, GA they’ve have had the pleasure of photographing weddings from as far as Santa Barbara, CA to Rome, Italy. They really do love to travel! To see more of Blue Door’s images, check out their website and blog.

PS – The lovely ideas and styling you see above are courtesy of Savannah based event designer, Elizabeth Demos.

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joanna goddard | Reply

i adore this! any idea where is the amazing airplane tie from? the photography is SO beautiful!!

Tanya | Reply

Wow! Beautiful photos and stunning details! Great wedding!

Alice G Patterson | Reply

Okay, I’ve just fallen in love with a wedding cake! That is so freakin’ adorable.

Joshua Sutton | Reply

WOW! Who made that plane on top of the cake? It looks fantastic!

Bailey@peppermintbliss | Reply

This is just so sweet, I love the theme and the details. It seems like such a joyful celebration!

donna | Reply

i also need to know where they got the groom’s airplane tie! it’s to cute!

Erika | Reply

I love her dress. Does anyone know who it is from? She looks adorable in it!

bridal girl | Reply

Ow… Such a lovely wedding! Love everything about the wedding. Love the cake! Love the setting! Love it all! Congratulations to the couple who made this all.

Amberdawn | Reply

I love his boutineer!

leslie | Reply

I love this dress too. Want it, who is it?

Brianna! | Reply

OH MY!
this is the most ADORABLE thing I have seen in a REALLY long time!
so SO inspiring
AHHHH…I can’t wait to plan my own wedding. It’s every girls dream though isn’t it?

Thanks for sharing so much BRILLIANCE!
love LOVE
B’s

jennifer | Reply

is this a staged wedding? save the date 05.12.10?

emily | Reply

Hey Jennifer

It is actually a photo shoot put on by Blue Door and Elizabeth Demos which is I referred to it as a photo shoot in the summary above.

Thanks

Emily

jennifer | Reply

Thanks for the clarification. Now I can be a little less jealous…but just as inspired. So beautiful and creative. Gorgeous ideas, styling and photography. You all have the design blogosphere swooning today.

Elizabeth | Reply

BE-A-UTIFUL!! I just love the picture with the plane taking off behind them! And those dainty umbrellas!

robin | Reply

what an adorable photo shoot! if anyone is really wishing to go with such a theme there’s a perfect bridesmaid dress at anthropologie right now with little airplanes on it! it’s called the wright dress.

Marcy Hall | Reply

Mitchell Hall (of Project Runway fame) did the wardrobe styling for the photo shoot. He also designed and made the bride’s dress. The tie was purchased at Hermes at Tyson’s Corner in Northern Virginia.

Jamie | Reply

Where did you get the Save the date done? We are looking to do the same sort of thing for our wedding.

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