Tag Archives: jewelry

Wedding Trends: Clever Engagement Ring Photo Ideas

Did you know that historically the holidays are a happening time for couples getting engaged?  Whether you’re already referring to your fella as “fiance” or you’re hoping he’ll pop the question soon (c’mon already!), we’ve gathered some clever ideas to help you show off that ring!  Because once you’ve said yes, and jumped up and
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Style: Coastal Vintage

Ahh, the coast.  The windy salt air, cool against sun-kissed skin… maybe I’m longing for a beach day, but nonetheless this coastal vintage wedding style is nothing short of dreamy.  Weathered decor with pretty details like pearls and sea urchins, along with the most wonderful ocean hues, make this look as lovely as a day
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Amy + Will: Old World Elegance

Friendship is a precious part of every committed relationship, so why not make it the cornerstone? In August 2004 on the University of Pittsburgh’s campus, Will, the captain of the Pitt drumline, and Amy, the newest member of the majorette team, Golden Girls, crossed paths for the first time. The two were instantly friends; they just “clicked.”
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Style: Art Deco

Inspired by the art deco style, we’ve put together a soft, neutral wedding day look with geometric patterns and feminine touches of feathers and lace. For more vintage glam goodness, head over to Pinterest!  What do you love most about this style? Lovely images: Copper sunbursts wedding cake  |  Champagne feather fascinator  |  Art deco
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Film: Moonrise Kingdom

Over the summer, I joined some friends at our local independent theater, The Rialto, to catch an evening showing of Moonrise Kingdom, a film that at that point I knew nothing of.  It wasn’t until I was in my seat did I even realize it was a Wes Anderson film; to hear the line-up —
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Color: Jewel Tones

Jewel tones are rich and vibrant and perfect for the autumn and winter wedding seasons.  Okay, so they’re really perfect for any season, but as the temperature outside drops, there’s just something about this hot color palette that warms the senses. Images: Vintage jewel tone earrings photographed by Maypole Studios; Wedding cake; Purple wedding shoes;
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Style: Vintage Goth

The increasing excitement of All Hallows’ Eve inspired a darker palette today, however, this vintage goth wedding day look is really appropriate for any time of year.  Deep hues of grays, greens, and blues give this style it’s drama, while ivory and cream keep it delicate. Images: Bow-tied desserts; Cake with vintage brooch; “Love Potion”
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Wedding Trends: Inspired by Feathers and Flight

Weddings inspired by our fine feathered friends are not at all too uncommon.  Perhaps it is the sweet songs they chirp or the humble nests they construct, but birds are loveable little creatures and quite a favored wedding day trend.  Between the various species of Aves and the myriad of wedding styles, there are limitless
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Color: Sangria

Bold and funky, shades of sangria are lively and just as refreshing as the real thing.  For a wedding day look that will pop, contrast this color with chartreuse and tangerine or keep it cool with a monochromatic color scheme of pinks, purples, and blues. Color Tip: Think about your color scheme and how pairing
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Travels: Easter Island

Founded on Easter Sunday in 1722 by Dutch explorer Jacob Roggeveen, this remote island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean was dubbed “Easter Island.”  The history of the island (Polynesian name: Rapa Nui) is rather captivating and, along with its primitive beauty, is a huge draw for tourists. Travel Tip: Introduce elements of the
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