Apparently, I haven’t posted in a bit. Truth be told, a fantastic internship opportunity has come my way and, chances are, my new postings will be infrequent at best. But, not to worry. I won’t be jumping ship any time soon
In the meantime, take a look at this Anthropologie-inspired wedding on Green Wedding Shoes. Aside from the fact that Anthropologie is one of my absolute favorite stores, I’m so glad that this wedding captures simplicity, intimacy and craftiness at its best.
What's not to love? Click here to see the full wedding.
In floral designs for weddings, traditional blooms such as roses and hydrangea are starting to play supporting roles as tall, elegant, blooming branches are becoming superstars. Blooming branches such as manzanita and cherry blossom branches are wildly popular, while birch and curly willow continues to be a perennial (and inexpensive) favorite. Brides are using these branches as ceremony decor, centerpieces, and even for the escort card display with the cards hanging from ribbon attached to the branches. The height of these branches adds a sense of natural majesty to any venue and are suited for all seasons (white birch for winter or curly willow with orchids attached to its boughs for summer). Some brides even spray-paint the branches silver or gold and add hanging crystals for a fresh take on opulence. Truly, this trend had taken root and grown into a healthy option for wedding decor.
Photos taken from Brides.com
Douglas Hannant’s latest collection gives recognition to bohemian brides. Each gown has a light, airy quality for those looking for a gown best suited for a garden or beachside wedding. I was particularly impressed by a sheath gown in which the skirt was ruched, making it resemble ripples in a pond-so lovely!
Click here to view the full collection.