Monthly Archives: January 2014

Spring Wedding Inspiration: Yellow and Gray

spring wedding inspration

Spring is so close that I can almost smell the flowers in the air – so why not celebrate the season with a touch of sunshiny yellow and soothing gray for your wedding? When Pantone released their picks for the 2014 color palette, they included Freesia (yellow) and Paloma (gray) and why wouldn’t they? Modern
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Color of the Year: Radiant Orchid

pantone orchid

Last year, Pantone announced that the color of 2013 was emerald, as it represented “growth, renewal and prosperity” in a tough economic time. This year’s choice, Radiant Orchid, is on the other side of the color wheel and intrigues the eye and sparks the imagination, along with symbolizing creativity and originality. This year, we will
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New Designs: Newly Formatted Wedding Invitation Designs

It’s a new year, which means it’s time to trim some fat… figuratively! Say goodbye to our tea-length invitations; designs once found on long, skinny invitations are now reborn as rectangular and square wedding invitations! Say hello to the new-and-improved Circles & Dots Wedding Invitation, Modern Snowflake Invitation, Ocean Wedding Invitation, Tropical Orchid Wedding Invitation, and Vineyard Wedding Invitation. We
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Wedding Inspiration: Casually Glamourous Wedding Style

The beauty of the ever popular Bella wedding invitation suite is its versatility.  With its swirly script font, it is elegant, but not at all pretentious.  It is just as well suited for a black tie affair as it is a sophisticated countryside wedding.  Today we’ve paired a few charming rustic details with a classy
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Winter Wedding Floral Trends: Embellished Bouquets

winter floral

One of the essentials for a bride walk down the aisle is to have a bouquet in tow. Traditionally, these bouquets were made of roses, baby breath flowers, and leaves. This season, however, brides who are planning a winter wedding are adding a whole new twist to their bouquets. Feathers: Since this season is all
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