Tag Archives: winter

Wedding Trends: Seasonal Boutonnieres for the Fellas

Yesterday we had snow flurries and today I’m sipping on a gingerbread latte — it’s getting to be that wintry time of year.  Bring on the cozy! To help you style your wedding snug, last week we offered up some sweet winter wedding favor ideas.  This week, we’ve gathered five of our favorite boutonnieres to
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Wedding Trends: Keep Cozy with Winter Wedding Favors

The sun is shining, filtered through festively fall-colored trees, and the November air is nippy, with winter eagerly waiting to greet us.  The thought of icy days ahead is not a pleasant one, not with red noses and frozen toes, but the coziness that accompanies winter is always welcome: knit scarves, gingerbread lattes, and cuddles
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New Design: Birch

There’s something enchanting about birch trees… in every season! The Birch Wedding Invitation features playfully layered branches with varying shades of leaves for a lovely pop of color. This design is especially well-suited for anyone wanting to tastefully incorporate several colors on their invitations. Choose your favorite paper, fonts and inks to make it just
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Lenten Rose: A Winter-Flowering Beauty

Lenten rose, Helleborus x hybridus,  is not actually a rose at all, but a cousin of the buttercup.  Hellebores bloom in winter, usually anywhere between January and March.  It can be hard to find unique flowers for a wedding this time of year but these little guys love the cold weather.  And although I may
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Style: Winter Wonderland

There is something just so very magical about snow.  Style your wedding day with a wintery wonderland feel by layering on shades of white, silvery accents, and crystal details for a look that is lush and enchanting. Are you having a winter wedding?  What colors did you decide on?  Check out our Snowflake Pocket Invitation to
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Wedding Flowers: Pinecones for Winter Weddings

Pinecones, although very common, make for very unique wedding decorations.  They can be used in bouquets and centerpieces, on cakes, or as place card holders.  These cute little cones work just as well for a classic wedding as they do for a rustic one.  And if you have access to a few pine trees, you
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Stir it Up: Spiked Hot Cocoa

Gather supplies: 3 c Milk 1/2 c Chocolate Chips 1 c Cream 1/2 c Rum 1/2 c Sugar 1/2 c Butterscotch Liqueur Mix it up: Melt the chocolate chips in a saucepan (or microwave). In another small pan, heat the milk, cream, and sugar to almost boiling, stirring until the sugar dissolves. Combine the melted
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DIY Love: Hot Cocoa Favors

Baby, it’s cold outside and if you’re having a winter wedding, there’s nothing sweeter than homemade favors to warm your guests!  This hot cocoa kit, complete with marshmallows, is as pretty as it is scrumptious.  Oh, Hello Friend featured this DIY favor how-to a little while back, but with the use of a mason jar
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Travels: Vail, Colorado

With white peaks and powdery slopes, Vail, Colorado sets the tone for this wintery wedding inspiration board.  Whether you’re an avid skier or a sideline snow bunny, this style is crisp, cozy, and fit for a mountain top affair. Images: Vail, Colorado; Bride on skis; Quilted white wedding cake; Cotton bridal bouquet; White cotton candy;
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Color: Cranberry

We’ve been seeing a lot of fall wedding invitation orders around the studio and we’ve even had a handful of winter stationery designs as well.  During the cooler months, cranberry is one of our most popular colors.  It is rich, vibrant, and warm.  Pair this saturated color with orange hues for an autumn wedding, cool blues
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