Lavender has an "old world feel," which we love. It brings not just color, but scent and texture to your wedding palette. Fold in shades of green to accent its natural beauty while elements of gold make it feel sophiscated and timeless. Things like lavender champagne and lavender desserts are direct ways to bring the theme to life, and folding bits of lavender into boutonnieres and the wedding bouquet will also wash the day in a sense of calm.
New Zealand-based, Rue de Seine does it again with their Love Spell collection. Epic fabrics and completely unique silhouettes define a group of gowns so gorgeous you can't look away. Blake stands out with her cotton crochet lace and fitted slhouette. The open back and optional arm bands, both trimmed in tassels, are awe-inspiring.
Everyone loves cocktail hour. And on the big day, treating your guests to a signature cocktail is a great touch. Finding the perfect drink to showcase can be tricky, but sticking with something that complements your color scheme or the season can help narrow down the options. We are loving this sparkling clementine-thyme cocktail by Heather Christo. This drink could be a fall or winter wedding sparkler or one to bring a little more to a warm color pop. Enjoy!
Sparkling Clementine Thyme Cocktail
Prep time: 5 mins
Total time: 5 mins
4 ounces chilled vodka
12 ounces sparkling clementine juice
2 tablespoons pomegranate seeds
2 clementine or orange slices
two sprigs lemon thyme
Instructions: Fill two glasses with ice, an orange slice and pomegranate seeds. Add the vodka to the glass and top with 6 ounces of the sparkling clementine juice. Garnish with the lemon thyme.
This gown's delicate scalloped sweetheart neckline and unique lace sleeves are just the beginning of why we love the unique bodice with it's nude, boned underlay. The waistline drops into a silk chiffon, full A-line skirt with a gentle, yet elegant train. The silhouette is sophisticated and distinct, classic and clean. Made in NYC, each Leanne Marshall gown seems to be marked by a fresh, crisp line and simple grace.
Who knew the winter blues could feel so good? This moody medieval shoot has got us fully focused on dramatic stationery design, fabric-draped tables spotted in taper candles, and bouquets of privet berry, anemone, and lavender roses. And the mixed shades of blue are just too dreamy for words. Can we teleport to this magical mountainside?
Have you found yourself in the midst of wedding planning, slightly disenchanted and craving something unique? We are head-over-heels for a sweet and intimate wedding brunch. Gather your closest friends and family in an overgrown garden and exchange vows quietly followed by elderflower champagne cocktails and an elegant array of quiche and mini pancakes. Add a coffee bar and DIY avocado toast station and your guests will thank you.
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We are loving the unique qualities of a metallic copper mixed into your wedding palette. Pair with shades of soft pink for feminine feels. Copper flatware and candlesticks tucked into hand-dyed blush runners, and mauve roses galore, the look is super romantic. Style copper into your hairpiece and you've threaded the theme right through.
Peach, Rose and Raspberry Sangria
1 bottle really chilled Prosecco
4ounces brandy (I used Peach Brandy)
2 tablespoons rose water
1 cup raspberries
1 white peach (or nectarine) finely sliced
1 roses petals Instructions
Combine all of the ingredients in a large pitcher and chill. Serve cold.
Preparation time: 15 minute(s)
Number of servings (yield): 6