This morning I’ve got two fabulous vendors to share with you. We’ll start off by looking at some of the photography work by a Once Wed newbie, Kristen Richie, travel over to Zhush for some bohemian bridal beauties, and then land in paradise with a long time favorite of ours, Traveler’s Joy…Lets get going!
Aren’t these images from wedding photographer, Kristen Ritchie, so sweet? I love the soft simplicity of her work and how she captures each moment with such joy. Kristen is inspired by creative individuality and strives to create images that reveal intimacy and honesty. If you value quality, timeless photography, you have found your match with Kristen! She loves to integrate energy and humour into all her work and sounds like such a fun She works with a limited number of couples each year and has photographed weddings in both Canada and the US. Check out her website and blog to see more of her beautiful work.
Any bohemian brides out there? I’m thinking these accessories from Zhush are right up your ally. I could totally see some of these pieces used in a whimsical, boho-inspired destination wedding– I mean, wouldn’t that turquoise necklace be such a stunner?? If you’re looking for a high-end boutique featuring eclectic finds, you’ve got to check out their Zhush today.
Oh hello paradise! I lovvveee the idea of honeymoon registration. You get the creative opportunity to use your wedding gifts towards the trip of a lifetime and your guests receive the gift of giving towards memories that will last a lifetime. What’s better than that?? Enter in Traveler’s Joy — the best honeymoon registry site in all the lands. Not only is their registry site incredibly easy to navigate and use, but their Instant Registry feature allows couple’s to complete their registry in just minutes! When setting up your gift inventory you can choose from a list of pre-made theme based (think beach, cruise, mountains) or location specific (think Italy, St. Lucia) registries. With one click you can instantly add items and experiences to your registry specific to the theme or destination.
Not to mention you can know register for physical items including travel guidebooks, cameras, video, cameras, luggage, snorkeling gear, and even newlywed flip flops. Their registry system makes it really easy to divide the cost of expensive items into manageable gift pieces so a camera that may cost
$500 is actually spit up into 4 gift of $125.