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Lovely Lemon-Lime


Spring Fling

Corral Chic

For this one, I wanted to take the relxaed vibe of country living and fuse it with an elegant affair. Enjoy!

 Outdoor Odyssey

Credits: Suthi Picotte, A Bryan Photography, Karen Wise, Sara Remington, Meg Baisden Photography, Millie Holloman, Penny Silvia, Suthi Picotte

OK, I have expanded on the concept of the popular green and brown color palette and increased the ante-a bot more class, a bit more polish, but still natural and earthy. Enjoy!

The Green Mile

Images from Cotton Idea Studio, Oh How Charming!, cakelava, delphine

Naturally, a board dedicated to the color green will have close ties to nature. But, throwing an apple martini and a modern cabana area  into the mix isn’t so bad either. Enjoy!

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With environmentally conscious weddings becoming more and more abundant, brides everywhere are striving to find ways to lessen their impact on the environment while still reaching for a high-impact wedding. If you just so happen to be a green diva, then your wedding day attire should reflect it-and, the gowns designed by Adele Wechsler can help. This savvy South African wedding gown designer is all about creating high-fashion wedding gowns with eco-conscious materials such as hemp, vegetable dyes, and fabric remnants. Although the materials may seem primitive, the designs are thoroughly modern and appeal to sensibilities ranging from traditionally gorgeous to minimalist chic to bohemian whimsy.

Click here to visit Adele Wechsler’s webpage to view the entire collection and search for boutiques that carry her line.

The color combination of pink and green has been popular among the preppy set. As of late, it has also made its way into wedding color palette notoriety. With that, I give you the following inspiration board. Enjoy!

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June is seen as the kickoff month for wedding season. In light if this, I give you an inspiration board which centers on a favorite concept-the garden wedding. I took the color green-which has become very popular in wedding decor- into consideration while compiling the photos, and made sure that touches of white, cream, chocolate brown, and black played supporting roles. Enjoy!

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The digital age has brought the printing process up to speed and has made it much less expensive regarding invitations.

However, if leaning on digital printing for your wedding invitation would be sacrilege in your eyes, but you still want to have a modern look, you should take a look at Elum Invitations.

Elum Invitations prides themselves on offering “letterpress with a distinctively modern twist”. After perusing their invitation designs, I have to agree with them. Their use of color and motif is highly impressive, as the invitation suites they offer have a wide range of motifs that includes paisley, polka dots, butterflies, traditional flourishes, and modern block lettering styles, all of which boast vivid hues . The company also offers stationary sets (which can be personalized), gift wrap, calendars, and journals for sale online, thus presenting themselves as an opportunity to procure some unique gifts for the ‘maids.

Click here to visit Elum.