I recently received an email from Pinterest announcing my most pinned photo of all time. It made me curious what other wedding blogs’ most pinned photos are, so I contacted my blogger friends, and this is what they sent me! Enjoy their most popular wedding pins of all time below!
Rustic Centerpieces from Tidewater and Tulle | Photo by EyeCaptures Photography Lavender Bridesmaid Dresses from Elizabeth Anne Designs | Photo by Stephanie A. Smith Photography Bouquet from Storyboard Wedding | Photo by Photography by Gema
Silver Heels from Bajan Wed | Photo by Lovers Lane Photography Vintage Groom from Chic Vintage Brides | Photo by Sarah McEvoy and Jenn Hadley Glitter Bridesmaids from Style Unveiled | Photo by Archetype Studio Inc.
Beach Engagement from Polka Dot Bride | Photo by Nicolle Versteeg Sunflower Bridesmaids from Heart Love Always | Photo by Katelyn James Photography Bridesmaids in Red Heels from Marry Me Tampa Bay | Photo by Carrie Wildes Photography
From Aisle Perfect
Indian Wedding Cake from The Big Fat Indian Wedding | Photo by This Modern L<3ve Photography Instagram Sign from Fab You Bliss | Photo by Session Nine Photographers “Happily Ever After” Sign from Glamour and Grace | Photo by Corey Potter Photographer
Pink and Mint Groom’s Fashion from United with Love | Photo by Leslie Koehn Waterfall Wedding Photo from Rustic Fold Wedding | Photo by Melanie Bennett Photography | Splash Zone from Every Last Detail | Photo by Katelyn James Photography
Wedding Flower Season Chart from The Budget Savvy Bride
Wedding Cake from Burnett’s Boards | Photo by Kristina Curtis Photography
Here’s my most pinned photo! Enjoy it HERE.
For weeks, my backyard in Tennessee has looked like the movie set of Narnia with day after day of snowfall. Some days it is frustrating to not be able to leave the house, but it’s submissions like this that remind how cozy it can be to make a cup of hot chocolate, sit by the fire, and enjoy the snow! I’m taking a break from sharing spring wedding inspiration to encourage all of those bearing the cold today! Enjoy this easy hot chocolate recipe by Red Boat Photography!
2-4 Tablespoons of Chocolate Flakes
This is the easiest hot chocolate you’ll ever make! Simply boil some water and combine the hot water and chocolate flakes in your favorite mug. Top it off with whipped topping and some sprinkles!
Photography by: Red Boat Photography