A Winter Romance {Inspiration Board}

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.

Twigs and Honey Hairpiece | Dress/Flower | Table Setting | Bride | Flower Centerpiece | Necklace | Dessert | Cocktails | Crystal Hairpiece | Sugar Sticks | Bride | Blue Chair | Shoes | Bouquet | Cake 

Elegant Polka Dot Inspiration

I love patterns, especially stripes and polka dots for their graphic and pure quality.  However, polka dots are not often done in a traditional or classic aesthetic.  This week I wanted to demonstrate how polka dots can be used in an elegant way for a simply chic wedding design. Pairing pink, black, white and gold truly kept the look refined.  What do you think?  Ready to incorporate some dots into your wedding design? Bonus: there is a tutorial on how to make the dotted envelopes via the link below!

Top: Dress, Invitations

Middle: Streamers, Bridesmaid, Cake

Bottom: Groomsmen, Ice Cream Parlor

Cheers!

Kaella

@kaellalynn

 

Banana + Mint Inspiration Board

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?

Top: Bouquet and Books, Plate

Middle: Bedroom, Invitations

Bottom: Shoes, Bridal Dress, Typewriter

Joie de Vivre!

Kaella

@kaellalynn