Wedding Whims: Amazing Cakes and Tiny Clothespins

Alexa: I must admit, sometimes I have a greater fondness for the cake stands than the cake but these look delicious.

Anne: Cake stands, yes please, but look at the texture on the white cake! I don’t know if I could bring myself to eat something so pretty.

Sarah: I could. I really could.

Alexa: There is always something so intimate about the bride’s bouquet. Love that this personalized locket carries a story to the altar.

Anne: The blue and white ribbon is the perfect complement. Simple, but still tied to the nautical theme.

Sarah: Brides are often looking for ways to honor relatives that have passed. Something like this is a perfect way to hold those loved ones close on such a special day.

Alexa: You had me at billy balls and clothespins… sea foam green clothespins nonetheless! The power of the simplest details is always amazing for any wedding event.

Anne: And the tags! Love a good luggage tag seating card.

Alexa: The impact of flower petals is always amazing. Any bride deserves to walk down an aisle of rose petals.

Sarah: This would be so pretty for a tropical destination wedding.

Alexa: Each of our handwriting styles is such a reflection of us – chalk details like this always seem to just be so personally inviting!

Anne: Agreed. And chalkboards are just one trend that I don’t think I’ll ever be able to let go of. I’m not sure how such a familiar detail manages to look so unfailingly pretty and modern, but I’m in love.

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Sarah Sarah has been editing the blog at mywedding for four years. She enjoys watching classic movies, spending money on eyeliner that she never wears, and convincing brides to write thank you notes.

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