Spooky Fall Wedding Ceremony

The use of vintage edison lights in this fall ceremony altar is a spooky departure from traditional florals. The exposed cords and bulbs mixed with the leafless branches and black fabric set a moody fall vibe. We'll always say yes to black chiavaris in an open field. Sign us up for a Halloween wedding in 2018! 

Spooky fall wedding ceremony backdrop

Sparkling Clementine-Thyme Cocktail

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
Serves: 2
 
Ingredients:

    4 ounces chilled vodka
    12 ounces sparkling clementine juice 
    2 tablespoons pomegranate seeds
    2 clementine or orange slices
    two sprigs lemon thyme
    ice

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.

Soft Blush + Mauve

With spring right around the corner, we are loving soft, spring-like colors. A blush and mauve palette is not only subtle and elegant, but it is also a perfect way to add color to the scene without overpowering the beauty of wedding white. Mauve is a shade that gives a deeper color while keeping the subtle and soft vibe of blush. Using flowers, such as peonies, that often come in the perfect shade of blush pink is a great way to continue the color throughout – not to mention, peonies are just simply magical.

 

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Gorgeous Leanne Marshall “Theolanda” Gown

Traditional, lace, swoon. This ivory French lace bodice gown from Leanne Marshall has stolen our hearts. The delicate scalloped sweetheart neckline and lace straps beautifully complement the A-line, fine-silk train. The open lace back tied off with a silk ribbon gives this simple and beautiful gown the perfect finishing touch. 

Rembo Styling 2017 Boho-Chic Aimee Gown

If you are a simple bride looking for a classic yet elegant gown, look no further than Rembo Styling. We are weak at the knees for this Aimee dress from the 2017 collection. The lace sleeves and simple V-neck front, combined with the detailed open back, make for this boho-chic look. All you need is to find the perfect necklace, and you’ll be ready to walk down the aisle.

 

 

Limor Rosen Savana Wedding Gown

This backless, ombre silk satin gown from Limor Rosen has got us in a daze. The dreamy, feminine flow of the fabric and the sophisticated lines are just everything, while the hue is captivatingly earthy and natural. 

Multicultural Sonoma Vineyard Wedding

Trina and Dalip had been connected since childhood through a family friend and after eight years of dating, Dalip proposed on the steps of the Reims Cathedral in the Champagne Region in France. The couple wed two years later on a stormy March 1st, the anniversary or their first date ten years prior, at Jacuzzi Family Vineyards in Sonoma, California. They combined Sikh and Hindu ceremonies, followed by a reception where guests toasted with the very same champagne, which Dalip flew in, from the day of their engagement in Reims.

 

 

Cinco de Mayo Wedding in Key West

Stacey and Jeff tied the knot on Cinco de Mayo in Key West, Florida. This unique couple chose the date not only for the party, but also because a few important family members would share the same anniversary, a fact they played up during their sweet oceanside ceremony. What's even more interesting is that Stacey became somewhat of an expert while planning her wedding, tracking her entire experience on Medium in a series called the DIY Wedding Chronicles. She even handcrafted all our her bouquets out of paper since her husband is allergic to all flowers. We just can't get enough of all the love – and the destination DIY, of course.