Elise Hameau's Iris

Elise Harneau’s 2015 bridal collection is chock-full of grace, style, and bohemian beauty. Her innovative designs have been taking the industry by storm since her first debut in Paris in 2012 and her Iris wedding gown is our absolute favorite. A mesmerizing mix of crepe silk, chiffon, lace, and delicate embroidery, the modest high neck gives way to a raised, striped bodice and lace skirt, while the unexpected open back features an intricate floral embroidery. 

Wedding Donut Foodie Install

If you’re getting creative with the rest of your wedding details: escort cards, guest book, etcetera, then why not step up your creative game when it comes to the wedding food? Foodie installs are the new wedding trend, and we’re seriously crushing on this doughnut display by Details Details, Rachel Jane Couture, and The Donut Snob.

Wedding donut foodie install


Hot Pink & Oyster Gray

Keep the winter blues at bay by planning a wedding with a cheerful shade. We’ve paired neon pink wedding colors with undertones of oyster gray and taupe. It’s the perfect color combo to keep your mood up during the long winter months.


Pink and gray wedding bouquet | Neon sign | Vintage door | Hot pink thread | Dip-dyed plastic horse | Hot pink wedding shoes | Dyed pink clutch

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Jewel-Tone Vintage White Mountains Wedding

The Franconia Inn was a sweet and simple backdrop for Julie and Paul’s June wedding. Despite the rain and fog, the day was colorful and filled with dreamy vintage details, wooden crates, and old apothecary bottles. Emily Herzig Floral Studio brought the color scheme to life with jubilant jewel-toned blooms, like maroon peonies, purple clematis, and poppies with bright yellow centers. Julie opted for a simple cap-sleeve J. Crew dress with a sassy crystal sash, later changing into a short lace sheath with Hunter boots and snuggling with her new husband beneath a rainbow umbrella.





Sarah Seven's Quincy

A gown fit for a goddess, this Sarah Seven wedding dress features a dramatic pleated sweet heart bodice and light silk-chiffon off-the-shoulder sleeves, which reveal so much pretty shoulder. And the slit in the ethereal, flowing skirt is perfection. We love this off-white, grey hue for a romantic late fall or winter wedding.

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Tropical Fringed Fuchsia Backdrop

Pair wide strands of fringed crepe paper in varying shades of pink with big tropical leaves, and you’ve got something truly unexpected and brilliant. Yellow Bird Events took bright hues and interesting textures to a whole new level here, and we’re feeling super inspired by this wedding design.

Tropical fringed fuchsia backdrop

Indigo & Wood

We are crushing hard on indigo this week. French blue is all the rage right now, but as we head into the cooler months, we love this deeper hue. From vintage china to smooth velvet and deep blue sequin wedding shoes, the color has got our creative wheels turning. Pair it with a dark wood and dusty brass for an earthy, too-cool-for-school, “we’re-not-even-trying” rustic look.




Blue bridal bouquet | Vintage blue china place setting | Blue velvet and brass candlesticks | Navy sequin wedding shoes |Blue wedding gown Blue velvet couch 

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A Small, Intimate Summer Wedding on Martha’s Vineyard

Brittany admits that she had always planned to elope to avoid the stress of planning, but instead, in just three months, she and fiancé Tony put together a teeny tiny wedding on a teeny tiny island.

The knot was actually tied in the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown, witnessed by both sets of parents and Brittany’s brother. The seven of them then celebrated downtown at Atria Restaurant, where a beautiful table was set with beautiful flowers and ocean-inspired décor in their outdoor dining area. A wedding film by Meg Simone tells the whole story of this summer Martha’s Vineyard wedding beautifully.


Martha's Vineyard Elopement Wedding Film in Edgertown from meg simone on Vimeo.