This perfectly pink-petaled aisle. Caroline Tran has done it again; she has beautifully captured something already lovely and made it ten times as lovely! Of course, credit must go to Bloom Box Designs for the irresistible petal-splashed pathway. We’re speechless.
Don’t underestimate the power of an amazing ceremony backdrop. It will be the focal point of all your guests for the ceremony, plus it will be the background in your many altar photos. Take inspiration from the variety we have here, comprising of fabrics, florals and other materials — all amazing, many do-it-yourself friendly even. Too, the settings run the gamut from rural small church to venues with extraordinary views. Enjoy! Credits: 1 Photo by Clay Austin | Design by A Good Affair 2 Photo by Visual Cravings | Decor design & Florals by Rachel A. Clingen | via WedLuxe 3 Photo by Shari + Mike | Via 4 Via 5 Duke Photography | via Lovella Bride Kristin’s wedding. 6 Image by Art Haus Foto | via WedLuxe 7 Ruche 8 Photo by Amber Gress | at the Metropolitan Building | Via 9 Via 10 Photo of festive ceremony backdrop […]
In 2012 we wrote: Candles can beautify a mundane setting, or illuminate an already-fantastic one. Not much has changed since then, except we have tons of fresh new inspiration to share. Candles can breathe romance and elegance into your wedding ceremony or reception. They never go out of style, photograph beautifully, and can be easy on the wallet. Candles set the mood for any event and are incredibly versatile. Open flames not permitted at your venue? Couple with glassware like hurricane glasses and your problem is solved. Enjoy the inspiration! Credits: 1 & 6 Via Carousel 2 Taylor Roades Photography | Design by Wedding Dream | Via 3 Fiona Leahy Design 4 Michelle Lange | Via 5 Ozzy Garcia. 7 Caroline Tran | Via 8 Ikonica | Via 9 & 12 Jonathan Young Weddings | Florals by Cristina Lozito | Via 10 Next to Me Studios | Via 11 Mark […]
The idea of displaying photos in chic glassware, as shown here in this shoot by Brocade Designs with photos by Nathan Westerfield. Cluster photos together on a mantel during your wedding, on a table during a shower, or even in your home as permanent decor. Enjoy the inspiration!
It’s time to change the way people look at burlap. Yes, that “plain-woven, coarse fabric of jute, hemp, or the like” (source). Burlap has come a long way. No longer used just for utilitarian purposes, burlap’s being integrated into wedding themes and decor more than ever. Especially now that it’s spring, there’s no better time for it. The fabric lends an earthy, natural feel to decor. Bonus: it’s neutral in color. Another bonus: it’s uber affordable. Advice: don’t make burlap the leading star of the show. Instead, make it a fabulous supporting part, an element so effortless that it gets lost in the ensemble of the entire cast. Steal some of the inspiration below… and enjoy! Photo Credits: 1 Duke Photography / Advice cage by Pretty Please Design / Via Lovella Bridal’s blog 2 Jamie Harper Photography (via) 3 Virgil Bunao (via) 4 The Schultzes (via). 5 Erin […]