Wedding Websites from Riley & Grey

Riley & Grey wedding websites

With how much time we all spend online these days, creating a wedding website is practically a must. It’s so helpful to have all of the important details for your guests in one central place. But, of course, you’ll want your site to look just as beautiful as all of the other wedding details you’ve been working so hard on. Enter Riley & Grey. Inspired by luxury fashion and interior design, Riley & Grey’s gorgeous, limited-edition luxury wedding websites create a mobile experience that mimics an app (but doesn’t require your guests to download anything!). With R & G, you can easily collect guest address, manage RSVPS, and more. Sounds perfect, right?! Read on to hear a bit more…

Riley & Grey has just released some stunning new website designs, and we’ve highlighted a few of our faves below. According to the founders, We’re all about finding inspiration in unusual places and helping couples reflect the style they have outside their weddings. And we pride ourselves on offering hands-on customer service; we’ll even walk you through the set-up of your site, if you want!

Riley & Grey wedding websites

We love how Riley & Grey’s design options are stylish, yet timeless, at the same time. Definitely something we’d be proud to share with our friends + families!

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Riley & Grey Wedding Websites

And we’re so thrilled to share that Riley & Grey is generously offering 50% off for the first 100 couples to use the code GWS50JULY when setting up their new wedding website. And how’s this for a fun extra tidbit: We featured the wedding of R & G co-founder and CEO, Marissa, a few years ago on GWS!  :)

To keep up with the very latest from Riley & Grey, be sure to visit their blog + follow them on Instagram!

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Endless Summer Wedding Inspiration

endless summer inspiration

I think it’s safe to say that most of us love the beach. The sun, the surf, the sand – the whole shebang – it really is just one of the best places to be. The team behind today’s fun editorial (Candice Benjamin PhotographyTrina Schmidt Weddings & Special Events, and Pixies Petals) agrees wholeheartedly, but adds that not all couples have the ability to get married ocean-side. So their goal was to meld the fun vibe of vintage Hawaii with 60’s beach culture details and translate it into a modern dose of wedding inspiration! We love that matter where you may be located, this session shares how to bring a touch of the beach to your big day!

More from Leslie of Pixies Petals, We wanted to update the idea of using traditional tropical and beach items such as tiki glasses, tropical flowers and surfboards, into something modern, current and stylish for today’s couple. We accomplished this by using things with similar materials in composition to the originals. For example in the floral designs poppies were used instead of hibiscus, and ferns instead of ti leaves. Wooden elements were featured in the table décor and escort cards to evoke the idea of a vintage longboard. The table settings were selected for their 60’s appeal and the invitation suite and printed items featured tropical-style patterns and shapes.

summer inspired invitation


Such fun paper goods from Paper Crew!

summer inspired invitation

summer bride

yellow summer bouquet


A sweet, beachy-meets-retro look was just right!

summer bride

surfboard escort cards

garland mantle

bow tie groom

summer tablescape


And love the tropical feel to the tablescape.

surfboard table name

surfboard table name

surfboard escort card

summer foliage

summer menu


Poppy pods, pincushion protea, and textural fern are perfect elements to include into your floral design if you’re hoping to achieve a summertime feel.

wooden candle holders

vintage bottle

endless summer inspiration

endless summer inspiration

snow cones


We seriously wouldn’t mind one of these hawaiian ice treats right about now!

snow cones

endless summer inspiration

endless summer inspiration


So much fun! Thanks so much to everyone below for indulging us in a little mental beach vacay today. We hope all of you out there who love the beach, but can’t tie the knot there, are inspired to incorporate a touch of seaside style into your wedding celebration!

photography: Candice Benjamin Photography // planning + design: Trina Schmidt Weddings & Special Events // venue: Hotel Seven4One Laguna Beach, California // florals: Pixies Petals // artwork (table numbers, dress painting, place cards): Commemory Art // wedding dress: Robert Bullock “Whitney” from  Blush Bridal Couture // reception dress: Kate Moss for TopShop from Nordstrom // tux: Friar Tux // hair + makeup: Design Visage // paper suite: Paper Crew // rentals: Signature Party Rentals // linens: Designer Specialty Linens // accessories: Two’s Company // shaved ice + cotton candy: Dolly’s Cotton Candy 

This wedding features rad artists fromThe GWS Wedding Artist GalleryPixies Petals is a Featured Artist in the GWS Artist Guide! Find more rad artists for your day in our Gallery

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English-Inspired Pennsylvania Camp Wedding: Jessica + Andrew

PA camp wedding

Jessica + Andrew threw a rustic camp wedding with an unexpected (yet delightful) twist. They tied the knot on the grounds of a sweet Pennsylvania Scout Reservation and by including a handful of whimsical English details (as a fun nod to Andrew’s heritage) they were able to craft a day that was truly unique and reflective of them! From her stunning dress, to the stylish paper goods, to the cozy lodge feel to their reception dinner, we’re not sure we could love their day more! Jessica shares how they pulled off this charming fusion of two very different styles with us below:

We decided on pale colors for the wedding to give a romantic softness to the day, so blush pinks, sage greens, pale blues, and soft greys were integrated into all the elements. I found my Victorian-style gown at a BHLDN sample sale, which really solidified the vision I had for the wedding. After the dress, all the design elements fell into place, from Andrew’s gorgeous chambray suit we found at J. Crew and his Liberty London pocket square, to finding all the flowers I wanted at grocery stores.

Big thanks to Brooke Courtney Photography for the pretty captures of J + A’s day and congratulations to the newlyweds!

calligraphy invitation

calligraphy invitation

babys breath bride

ceremony

Andrew: Most definitely getting to watch her walk down the aisle toward me. I lost track of what was going on around us and it felt like we were the only two people in the woods.

Jess: The ceremony couldn't have been more perfect. We were expecting rain, but hours before the ceremony the clouds broke, the sun shone, and birds sang as we said our vows. I felt like we'd stepped into a fairytale. We had our guests gather around us as some family members prayed for our new life together. Everything was just so special and precious.

outdoor wedding

outdoor wedding

outdoor wedding

outdoor wedding

outdoor wedding

outdoor wedding

outdoor wedding

outdoor wedding


Such a fun forest setting!

bride and groom

bride and groom

babies breath


To honor the British tradition, I wore horseshoe earrings as a symbol for good luck. 

bride and groom

bride and groom

bride and groom

blue belt


And we incorporated floral and herbal symbolism in the Victorian tradition, so I carried white peonies, symbolizing a long and happy marriage, and Andrew wore a white peony in his lapel. Rosemary, lavender, sage, mint, and lamb’s ears were worn by the wedding party and the parents/grandparents as symbols of love, longevity, fidelity, and happiness.

bride and groom

blue suit

bride and groom

bride and groom

camp wedding rings

wooden coaster

garland runner

napkin

goblets


Doesn’t this pancake cake look SO good?!

crepe cake

crepe cake

It is NEVER too soon to start designing the details of your wedding. The more you accomplish beforehand, the more you can relax and delegate as the day approaches. Don't forget to soak up every moment of your wedding day and remember that at the end of the day, whatever happens, getting to share this special time with your family and friends is what really counts!

photography: Brooke Courtney Photography // ceremony location: J. Edward Mack Scout Reservation in Newmanstown, Pennsylvania // florals: DIY // paper foods: Invitations designed by the bride, screenprinted by Jill Fawcett of Studio Mamas // shoes: Jessica Simpson for Nordstrom // dress: Peter Som for BHLDN // groom’s suit: J.Crew // pocket square: Liberty London

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