Posts Tagged ‘yellow’

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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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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So we know the title is silly but we couldn’t resist incorporating Wiz Khalifa’s song (on our terms) and we’d be lying if we said we were not singing ‘gray and yellow’ to ourselves as we researched for this post.

And by now you have probably figured out that this post is about two of our favorite current wedding colors, gray and yellow!

Yellow bouquets really pop when matched with gray bridesmaids dresses. We love gray suiting for the gents as well.  Both of these lovely images were captured by Stephanie Williams Photography.

How perfect is this dessert bar? We love these sweet favors sealed with yellow and white striped ribbon, this simple two layer cake with white floral details and we had to feature these divine gray bridesmaids dresses.  Who would this dress not look beautiful on?  The great thing about gray is that it looks good with all skin tones. We refer it to the ‘neutral that’s nice.’

Set the stage by sending this unique wedding invitation.  You can have personalized wedding banners made to display a message of welcome or thanks. And this fascinator is stunning and could be worn in lieu of a veil.

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A Southern garden staple, zinnias are our inspiration today.  The bright fun flowers come in so many colors including orange, hot pink, yellow and magenta.  Known for their heat tolerance in hot Southern summers, zinnias can easily be picked and used for wedding flowers.

We love these cotton taffeta bridesmaids dresses from J.Crew.  They come in all of the same fabulous colors as zinnias. The fun zinnia tissue paper poms above all come from a great store called PomLove on Etsy.

The fabulous thing about zinnias is that because of the large blooms and variety in color, when simply placed in jars or made into bouquets– you still get a lot of variety and texture without adding any additional varieties of flowers or greenery.  Seed packets could be used as name cards, favors or even included or made into the invitation!

How gorgeous are these pink and orange linens with gold chivari chairs?  And we love these zinnia cocktail napkins.  We found zinnias everywhere including on this invitation. We You could even give little potted zinnias as favors.  How adorable!

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Beautiful days in the South mean big blue skies, big fluffy white clouds and a big yellow sun.  Yellow is one of the happiest colors around and we created this inspiration board with the summer sky in mind.

A simple white cake with perfect yellow accents – yes please! And the yellow bunting in different simple yellow patterns really provides a simple white tent with a lot of personality. The bridesmaids could wear these versatile Kelley Eyelet dresses by Lilly Pulitzer. We would fill the ‘You are my sunshine’ bags with lip gloss and other small fun gifts they could use for the wedding. They along with the bride could carry white and bright yellow ranunculus. The yellow and white patterned damask table runners (used as part of the background) are dressy while still being bright and fun. We would use them with these vintage imprinted silver spoons as table markers or name cards. We love the idea of using this children’s picture book to be like the sun as a guest book. For favors and decor these small yellow lacquered lanterns are sure to make a statement alone or clustered in a group.

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