You use it to write thank you notes and probably associate it with wedding invitations more than anything, but paper has the potential to be so much more than just wedding stationery.
When it comes to DIY projects, incorporating paper is an absolute must. Not only is it incredibly versatile, but paper creations can be put together months before the wedding and will look just as stunning when the big day rolls around. Continue on to READ MORE >
The thing is, not every centerpiece has to be exactly the same. The one thing I absolutely love is how creative you can really be. It charms me to no end when I see a wedding that has forgone the use of the traditional flower centerpiece. I think that is why I tend to talk about them so often, I’m just hoping that someone reads my posts and is inspired to do something utterly unique to them, (and then of course send me oodles of fabulous photos that I can rave about)!
One delicate daisy in a vase or a whole bouquet – it doesn’t matter because they will look lovely no matter what.
There are many different types of daisies, the most well known being the white and yellow variety. In actuality the only place that doesn’t have its own variety of this lovely flower is Antarctica. The rest of the world sports this flower, whether big or small, somewhere in the wild.
When you were younger the perfect flower to determine whether or not he loved you – was the daisy.
“He loves me, he loves me not, he loves me, he loves me not… He loves me!!”
Your first instinct may be to gravitate towards lush fresh flowers for your wedding, however I would love to take a moment to talk about the delicate beauty that dried flowers can achieve.
They look incredible in a rustic, autumn or natural wedding, here let me show you! Continue on to READ MORE >
Happy Valentine’s Day one and all!
I hope you don’t mind, but with everyone at the office in shades of red and pink, we don’t really need even more showing up on our blog! I’ve decided to take a break from the holiday and treat you to something else instead.
With that in mind I hope you enjoy this collection of photographs that are meant to take you away from the hustle and bustle of today and present you with the possibilities that a stunning wedding in the countryside can represent.
I chose to feature this wedding because it is an incredible example of what you can aspire to if flowers are the focus of your wedding decor. It was held in Asheville, North Carolina at the Biltmore Estate.
This stunning wedding also happens to be quite unique. The gorgeous animal that you see below is their dog Jack. He accompanied them as they said their vows and was by far the most loyal of ring bearers!