Throwing their wedding at the trendy and undeniably delicious Le Salon Du Mistral in Boston’s trendy South end, Sara + Chris made sure their wedding was elegant and intimate. Celebrating with close friends and family, they hosted both their ceremony and reception within the walls of Mistral, giving their traditional soiree that little extra twist! I especially love the feeling of how close-knit everyone is – in every photo, S+C’s love and happiness comes bounding forth! Not to mention that Sara looks phenomenal in her cathedral veil and gorgeous Calla Lilly bouquet, which mix wonderfully with their soft purple color scheme. All in all, theirs is a wonderful wedding to behold and I can’t imagine a better way to start off a week than with the inspirations that are Sara + Chris’s: Mistral Marriage. Enjoy everyone!
Irene + Matt’s Mediterranean vintage inspired wedding is beyond gorgeous! I had the unique pleasure of talking with Irene all about her big day and it was treat to know what inspired such an amazing wedding design. With gorgeous purple accents, a bridal hairstyle that still has me breathless and fun photos that really show both Irene + Matt’s personalities, this wedding is the perfect inspiration for choosing wedding color palettes and themes. Congratulations you two!
Wedding invitations can be one of the most difficult wedding details to plan. They are the first thing your guests will see (unless you send out save the date cards), and will set the tone of your wedding. They are traditionally very formal and few people choose to send out invitations that break out of that mold.
If you have grandparents or parents that are sticklers for tradition, you will want to make sure that you use the correct wording on your invitation. There are formal and informal ways to word your invitation and you are definitely allowed some creative license, but if you want to ‘do it right’, there are a few things that you should know.
One of the predicted wedding trends for 2011 is the emergence of a ‘Man Cave’ at weddings. Somewhere for the Groom and his friends to hide out with their favorite drinks and escape from it all. The idea is that the area would be designed to complement the taste of the men rather than girly and feminine like weddings are often perceived.