Monday, April 24th 2017
Mesmerized by inky palettes and turquoise tides, The Avalon on the Beach has us dreaming of weddings overlooking a deep cerulean seascape. On our recent visit to the space, we found ourselves drawn to the magnetic beauty of the coast, styling a tablescape that spoke to the metaphoric transition of sand to sea. Think lush linens, tendrils of orchids, draped gauze and place cards inscribed with curling calligraphy mimicking the lulling movement of waves.
Perched above a transfixing coastline, we love The Avalon for weddings that embody euphoric oceanic living. Think alfresco dining and panoramic water views, vows exchanged to a soundtrack of the sea and dinners held under a silvery starlit sky.
Thursday, April 20th 2017
The 21st century is one defined by consumption. Think fast fashion and fleeting trends, digital designs and standardized styling. We find ourselves searching for items crafted by hand, products that feed our nostalgia for time-honored process and bespoke heirlooms that last.
Romanced by design and creative collaboration, new discovery Rohan Jewellery creates handcrafted jewels using old-world techniques. Designs are sketched in front of your eyes, a manifestation of your thoughts, style, and aesthetic tastes. The process is inherently collaborative and clients are invited to watch the crafting process, to become part of the creative journey. More than just decoration, each piece is entrenched in sentimentality. These are adornments inextricable from the emotions that built them, pieces that speak to art, history and personal stories.
Discover more or get in touch on the Rohan Jewellery website.
Wednesday, April 19th 2017
When choosing a wedding photographer, look for those who double as storytellers. Search for portfolios of images that work in cohesion, frames that melt effortlessly into the next to weave stories of wild romance and fortuitous love.
Quyn Duong is one to watch. Her portfolio unfolds like classic literature. Think moody frames in warm hues; shots that capture raw emotions and relive the most touching of moments. Duong uses cinematic lighting and atmospheric touches to explore the beauty in the simplicity of love, and romance in moments that go unnoticed. Highly regarded for her evocative shots and hypnotic frames, we're so excited to announce Quyn is lending her lens to weddings around New York City and abroad.
Handpicked by the LANE, discover Quyn’s portfolio and get in touch on her website.
Tuesday, April 18th 2017
Of all the places we visit, there are some we never truly leave. Cities so magical and landscapes so enticing that our souls remain behind, a part of ourselves forever lost to the alchemy of the space.
This is the pull of the destination wedding, of places sourced from abroad, venues, cities and landscapes once visited. These are spaces that draw us back, structures that alight the senses and ease the mind, where we have travelled for miles to reach but feel resolutely at home.
New discovery Stefano Santucci captures escape like no other. His latest Real Wedding is an ode to the journey; a celebration of love set amongst Moroccan deserts and sunburnt riads. Capturing the romance in adventure and the allure of escape, Stefano has us dreaming of destination weddings in the most exotic of locations. Think pastel skies and desert plains, where canvas tents melt into the landscape as camels carry guests to a palm-fringed oasis…
Tuesday, April 18th 2017
Delicately crafted appliqué, positioned and sewn to perfectly suit the wearer, we love Christie Nicole Bridal for her delicate intricacy and craftsmanship. A designer of one-of-a-kind wedding gowns, reception dresses and veils, Christie Nicole works intimately with her brides to dream up bespoke creations, perfect for capturing your individual aesthetic.
Think botanical embroidery atop featherweight tulle, and semi-sheer organza paired with soft pleating cascading from the waist... We’re in awe of every element of Christie Nicole’s designs.
To book a consultation or find a detailed outline of Christie Nicole Bridal’s custom design process, visit the website.
Tuesday, April 11th 2017
Botanical pieces reimagined, Jannie Baltzer creates intricate headpieces and delicate crowns, vines and blooms cast in antique golds and iridescent silvers. Inspired by details from eras past, each piece is handmade in Baltzer’s Copenhagen studio, crafted from luxurious materials and finished with ornate detailing. Look for reverse crowns in complex shapes and pieces adorned with Preciosa crystals and lustrous pearls. Paired with sleek silhouettes and undone waves, these are the perfect finishing touch for those driven by minimalism and European style.
Find Jannie Baltzer’s full collection on her website.