Showing posts with label Lavender. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Lavender. Show all posts

Monday 1 August 2011

Real Romantic Wedding - Ingrid & Howard

Without question, this is one of my favourite weddings ever. If I had my time again, I'd be choosing the same blush colour scheme, delicate leaf-edged veil and heavenly chrysanthemum bouquets. I'm head-over-heels! The gorgeous Ingrid and Howard celebrated their big day at picturesque San Ysidro Ranch with the help of wedding designer extraordinaire, Angel of Love and Splendor. Plus, Jose Villa was there to take these fabulous pictures, and the flowers were by Kate of Flower Wild Design. There are so many wedding details to steal that I'm at risk of gushing, but let's start with the ribbon-decorated chairs, the pink sand-filled jam jar lights and frosted fruit table decorations. I'm also loving Howard's bright buttonhole against his dark suit, and the dramatic fern and peony napkin decorations. Don't miss the cute little zinc place names, you can just see them in a couple of the pictures. August and autumn brides should pay special attention to the chrysanthemum flower arrangements. They come into season around about now, so they'd be a great addition to your wedding flowers.

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Monday 7 February 2011

Real Rustic Wedding: Sarah & Jason

Outdoor weddings are right up my street. I'm planning my own garden big day, so any wedding inspiration on how to embrace the great outdoors, gets a huge tick in my book. Sarah and Jason chose a rustic vintage look for their day, with accents of blue and green. Wedding ideas to steal include the raw birch centrepieces, Sarah's amazing floral crown, the lavender and organic honey favours, and the wooden boxes of flowers - rustic bliss! I'm also loving the blackboard menu and the ceremonial circle of white petals. Sarah's gorgeous wedding gown was designed by Amy Michelson, and all the bridesmaids' shawls were bought from Etsy - my favourite wedding shopping site. Now, sit back and enjoy these heavenly pictures from the team at Simply Bloom Photography.

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