Friday, March 13, 2009

Board No. 22: Sweet Cream

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So. Inspiration Board Week didn't work out QUITE as I had planned, due to my and Blogger's technical and temporal issues. BUT I have this lovely board for you to end the week on a high note. The best part about making inspiration boards is that I get to explore and celebrate so many different styles, like this mod wedding and this wintery wedding. Most I wouldn't choose for my own, but today's board comes pretty close to my personal style - sweet, simple, and filled with lovely details.

Start the day with an intimate wedding at the bride's childhood church, then move to a family member or friend's backyard for an elegant reception filled with personal details like family member wedding portraits and a photo line of the bride and groom growing up. To keep the party hopping late into the night, set out votives along a stone wall and punched luminarias along walkways.

The Details
First row, left to right: portrait by whitebox weddings; cake topped with handmade sugar flowers by Martha Stewart Weddings; escort cards photo by Jen Siska via Alison Events

Second row: centerpiece photo by Jose Villa via Beth Helmsetter Events; waiting bouquets by Meg Smith; family photo and seating arrangment table photo by Lauren Crew via Brooklyn Bride

Third row: appetizers photo by Jose Villa via Beth Helmsetter Events; gate photo by Thayer Allyson Gowdy from Martha Stewart Weddings; giant dahlia, green protea, calla lily, and chocolate cosmos bouquet from Martha Stewart Weddings

Fourth row: church from Yer Photo Xpression's flickr; stone wall votives photo by Ryan Benyi; eyelet candles photo by Jose Villa via Beth Helmsetter Events

P.S. For another take on cream, white, and green, check out this board.

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1 comment:

  1. Ooooh, gorgeous! Makes me wish spring would hurry up and get here!


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