A color combo that can be done traditional or rock-n-roll, red and white is a true wedding classic.
I love how a black and white color palette can be both modern and retro, as well as minimalist and dynamic. Here are a few of my black and white faves, but check out more on our Pinterest page. There we have things sorted out by color so that you can find your own inspiration!
Is it a little self-sabotaging to start off the weekend looking at cakes? Perhaps. But just like my newfound and shameful addiction to the teenage soap opera Pretty Little Liars, sometimes the heart wants what the heart wants.
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An Easter wedding is the perfect excuse to have a sweet table full of sugary deliciousness! Take advantage of the season’s candy bounty and come up with a playful favor for them to take home. You could use little jars or even small baskets! Although, save yourself (and the cleaning staff) some grief and leave that annoying green plastic grass at home. Especially if you are having kiddies at the wedding, this table will be a hit!
And speaking of the kids, why not fill the gap between the ceremony and the reception with an Easter egg hunt?
I have a love/hate relationship with spring. On one hand, the days are getting longer and flowers are starting to pop up and you just know summer is right around the corner. But then. Then it rains. For three weeks straight. For this gal, who loves to plan, spring is just a bit unpredictable for my taste. Therefore, I have to remind myself what is freaking superb about spring: cute light layers, pastels flooding everyone’s wardrobe, and filling my house with tulips.
Lemon bars. Just because.
Aqua pompom scarf. They are all the rage, and I am trying to get on board.
Because right after the proposal comes the party! The key to dressing for the event? Knowing your style, and the style of your celebration.
We’ve created a few boards with Polyvore to inspire you. And if your engagement has come and gone, not to worry! You can steal these ideas for your rehearsal dinner, bachelorette shindig or even the honeymoon!
With St. Patrick’s Day on Sunday, we’ve all got a little green on the mind. Wondering what type of florals to use at your green-hued event? Here are some great options that will absolutely pop!
Pale blues make such an excellent addition to vintage weddings! Whether in a gray or aqua hue, they can give a dreamy quality to any wedding day.
Bridesmaid dress This pale blue dress really makes the bouquets pop!
Bouquet This wildflower-inspired bouquet is filled with all different shades of blue.
Invitation Pale blue holds up perfectly in a color combo, such as the variety of yellows shown here.
Flower girl Just a touch of blue in a sash emphasizes your color palette.
Suit Why should the gals have all the fun? This groom looks dashing in his blue suit.
Place settings Pale blue napkins stand out beautifully against the creamy tablecloth.
Table decor Love the inventive blue touches here–especially the candles!
I love the Oscars. Really, really love them. So much so that I even watch the award for sound editing. And while most people host Oscar parties filled with fancy popcorn and movie candies and sophisticated small bites, I prefer simpler cuisine. And breakfast for dinner is always a crowd pleaser. Here are some fun recipes for a relaxed night in with friends, filled with teary acceptance speeches and tasty comfort food.