Posts Tagged ‘bouquet’

Two of our favorite colors come together to create a beautiful and impressive wedding.

From Top Left Clockwise {Aisle with Petals, Bouquet, Pink Chivari Chairs and Pink flower embellished Desserts}

From Top Left Clockwise {Bouquet, Fabulous Cake with Dot Detail, Tablescape with hanging poms, Orange and Pink Dessert Table and Orange Lanterns}

From Top Left Clockwise {Kendra Scott Earrings, Lilly Pulitzer Nadia Dress, Pink Belt with Flowers and Orange Feathers, Pink and Orange Shoes and Santi Striped Beaded Clutch}

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As cotton season sweeps the Southeast we wanted to share some of our favorite cotton inspired wedding ideas.

From Top Left Corner Clockwise {Bride in field of cotton, Wreath, Boutonniere and Cotton Bouquet}

From Top Left Corner Clockwise { Glass jars filled with Cotton, Bouquet with a dash of Yellow and Wedding with Cotton Garland}

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We have gushed over these brooch bouquets for years but we never had any idea there were so many variations.  We kept having Rachel Zoe “I DIE” moments with each discovery.  Enjoy!

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Not only are lilacs one of the prettiest shades of purple but they smell positively divine!

From Top Left Corner Clockwise { Lilac Bouquet, Lilac Cake and Lilac Invitations}

From Top Left Corner Clockwise { Lilac Dress, Lilac Arrangement, Sailboat Tie and Gem Necklace}

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A basic rustic element like burlap looks fabulous when paired with luxe elements like pearls and rhinestones.

From Top Left Corner Clockwise { Tablescape, Burlap Covered Table Numbers and Burlap Banded Cake}

{Sparkle and Hay Bride}

From Top Left Corner Clockwise { Burlap and Rhinestone Napkin Rings, Burlap Chair Bow and Studded Burlap Boards}

From Top Left Corner Clockwise {Boutonniere wrapped in Burlap, Ring Bearer Pillow and Moss Kissing Balls with Burlap Handles for Flower Girls}

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The South is known for its delicious honey like Tupelo and Orange Blossom to name a few.  Here are a few sweet ideas for a honeybee inspired wedding.

How perfect are these invitations?  And we love the bee brooch on this bouquet!

We would fill these honeycomb ceramic vases with bright yellow flowers and use them as centerpieces.  You could serve cakes made in honeycomb molds as well! The yellow and black dresses from Eshakti would be great  for bridesmaids.

These little gold bee studs are so adorable and could be worn by both the bride and her bridesmaids.  We would wear them long after the wedding too!

This bee cutout place card is so creative in the way it is displayed perched on a wine glass. And of course you would have to have honey for favors!

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Attaching a keepsake to the bridal bouquet is such a special way to incorporate a memento into a wedding.  Here are a few of our favorite bouquet charms and adornments.

The cameo on this bouquet is made even more stunning by the lace wrapping underneath.

And an antique brooch is not only beautiful but could also be your ‘something old,’ or ‘something borrowed.’

A vintage handkerchief can easily be affixed to the bouquet and can be monogrammed with the date or the bride’s initials to become an instant heirloom piece. We love how feminine this one is with the lace.

If you don’t have a family heirloom locket, several vendors have started to create small lockets exclusively for use as a bouquet charm.  If made of high quality materials the locket could be added to a charm bracelet or chain and worn as a necklace long after the wedding. We love this unique rectangular version from Etsy.

This bride chose to incorporate a family rosary into her bouquet. It is truly a beautiful addition.

Simple lace wrapped bouquets are so elegant. The lace could come from excess from the brides post-alteration gown or a family dress or veil.

This twine wrapped bouquet looks so fresh and organic.

Before bouquets – many brides carried small family bibles.  Today modern brides are keeping up this tradition by carrying these same small bibles but incorporated with their bouquet. Many of these bibles were carried by both their mother and grandmother in their weddings.

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