Skip the long plane ride to Hawaii and throw your own tropical wedding a little closer to home. Bring in pops of pink and plenty of leafy green accents to start embracing those honeymoon vibes earlier. Don't keep all the fun to yourself, incorporate authentic accents into your groom's own look with a vibrant green lei and subtle pink tie. Give your guests a taste of island life with these acai berry infused cocktails. You two won't be the only one planning a trip after this night!
This handmade gown draws inspiration directly from love and femininity. The dainty touches are clearly visible through the intricate detailing in its deep v-neck bodice, flowing silk gauze skirt, and cascading hemline. It's paper thin straps trail over shoulders and down onto an open back. Get your gown hand dyed with a simple hint of color (we suggest blush) that will bring you one step closer to embodying an ethereal woodland fairy.
Strawberries are notorious for their sweet flavor, but what about the equally sweet shades they bring to the table? Let your day be full of all things inspired by this romantic hue: rose covered archways, sparkling berry cocktails, and sugar-coated treats are just a few of the ways you can bring this darling color pallet to life. Pour yourself a glass of rose and start planning!
Stone fruit season reintroduces a classic favorite back into our lives and we welcome it with open arms. Combine the flavors of a late spring evening with fresh juice lemon, plum slices, and garden-picked thyme. Grab your favorite (and biggest) glass, fill it up, and come meet us by the garden.
Time: 5 minutes
6 thyme sprigs
Juice from 1 lemon
4 tbsp thyme simple syrup (1/2c sugar, 1/2c water, bring to a boil, remove from heat, add thyme sprig, stir and cool)
1 bottle of Prosecco
Taking it back in time, Cathy Telle’s Viren’s Collection takes a cue from the old world feminine goddess. Inspired by the modesty and natural beauty of biblical queen Esther, the woman who won over the king with her natural beauty and simplistic jewels, this collection is all about easy elegance. The minimalistic nude colored cotton gown will be the perfect piece for your afternoon garden wedding. No frills or embellishments, a classic sheath silhouette, and a single-layered train are all you need for your true essence to come through.
Apple, ginger, and cranberry don’t usually scream “summer wedding cocktail,” but this will be the drink all your guests will be talking about. It might feel like a hot summers night outside, but with this cocktail in hand, you and your guests won’t be bothered by the temps one bit. Drink up!
Time: 10 minutes
¼ cup cranberry juice
½ cup sparkling apple juice
2 ginger beers
Fresh cranberries for garnish
Fill two large glasses with ice. Add the vodka and cranberry juice. Then add the sparkling apple juice and fill the glasses the rest of the way with ginger beer. Stir to combine and then serve immediately. Cheers!
Evoke the essence of summer in full bloom with your own bouquet of multi-hued orange florals. Elements of sage green and dusty rose combined with these feminine and simplistic accents keep this color pallet refined. It’s all about the subtleties with these hues, you can still pack a bold punch while sticking to a timeless look on your wedding day, even when tangerine is the star of the show.
Imagine your hands wrapped around a bouquet of pastel flowers, lace sleeves bouncing against your waist with every step you take down the aisle, all eyes are on you. Leanne Marshall’s Darcy gown blends traditional elegance with a modern silhouette, all coated in ivory Italian silk organza. These billowing sleeves will make you feel like you’re floating on cloud nine all night long. The matching front and back v-neck show just the right amount of skin, keeping this look sexy yet sophisticated. Oh, did we mention it has pockets? That's a win in our (little white) book.