This is for all you winter brides right in the thick of it. A little slice of soft pinks, greys, metallics, and crystal gorgeousness. I wanted to change it up just a little and dive into the romance of winter. Just a little nudge of style for all those upcoming December/January nuptials. I've always thought of a winter wedding, with the possibilites of snow, ethereal styling, and touches of glamour, as being the ultimate fairy tale.
Do pastel colors and Easter go hand in hand for you like they do for me? I'm a big fan of the bold, bright color trend this season, but have an equal respect for soft, feminine pastels. With Easter coming up this weekend, it couldn't be more perfect timing to give some love to pastels. Have you completely crossed over to the bold side or do you still have a long lost love for these soft hued babies?
I've been coming across so many great uses for succulents lately. They were a big trend last year, and are showing no signs of going anywhere. From hanging terrariums to DIY wreaths and place card holders, these ideas go beyond the norm. Will you be using succulents in your wedding decor? How?
Today I wanted to put a twist on traditional color combo, yellow and green. By muting the usual tones to banana and mint shades, we end up with a look that is a bit retro, a little vintage, yet still a very modern via the unexpected usage, i.e. mint dishware, banana bound books, and a nontraditional bridal gown. What do you think? Any other color combo's you'd like to see twisted?
Joie de Vivre!