For the couple who doesn’t shy away from color, why not go all out with bold, brilliant hues. Magenta, chartreuse, and ice blue work surprisingly well when paired with bright white. To keep your wedding theme from looking too loud, focus on one bright color as your main hue, and use the other colors as accents in the details.
This week’s Real Wedding is the beautiful celebration of Krystal and Brian which took place at West End Banquet Hall, Mahanoy City, PA.
The couple had 315 guests and their theme was Gatsby/Old Hollywood glam The bride got ready in a second empire Victorian mansion built in 1874 where they also had pictures done after the wedding in the brides hometown of Mahanoy City. In lieu of a traditional dollar dance they did a cake smash. Guests put money in a jar of their choice who they wanted to see get hit with a mini smash cake.
Pantone Royal Blue is one of those timeless colors that works no matter what your personal theme and wedding style will be. Whether you opt for classic and luxurious, or modern and artistic, you’ll be able to use this vivid hue throughout your wedding and make a stunning impact.
We have partnered with Southern Living Magazine to bring you a beautiful collection made for any bride who wants to express Southern hospitality and style. Today’s inspiration board is all about the elegant and classic color combination of one of the charming invites from the collection.
We’re taking a tip today from our Bright Cobalt Inspiration Board and showcasing invitations that give us the blues in the very best way. The following designs remind us of moonlit strolls, storybook forests, royal announcements and the happiest of beginnings.
This week’s Real Wedding is the beautiful celebration of Johnna and Stephen. The ceremony was held at WaterColor Inn in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida and reception at WaterColor Inn, Fish Out of Water, Santa Rosa Beach, FL.
Early in the wedding planning process, the couple knew they wanted an intimate, relaxed fall wedding that doubled as an escape from their busy Chicago area lives. The destination search started in Savannah, Georgia and Hilton Head, South Carolina but when they discovered WaterColor Inn in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, the search was over. The coastal decor, white sandy beaches, top chefs, and luxury accommodations complemented their wedding vision.
Days before the wedding, their guests from Illinois, Texas, Florida, Ohio and Manchester, England started to arrive at WaterColor Inn. What was once a zero percent chance of rain evolved into a seventy percent chance threatening the ceremony and photos. As they were getting ready for the wedding, the showers began but the WaterColor team was confident the rain would stop and the ceremony would go as planned. Shortly before the wedding, the rain ceased and as the guitarist was playing the bride’s music the sun peaked through the clouds shining on the ceremony. It was a flawless celebration with their family and friends.
This week’s Real Wedding is the beautiful celebration of Megan and Tommy, held at PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn in Lake Tahoe, CA. Two feet of snow had fallen the weekend before the wedding, making for a beautiful winter backdrop. The couple spends every weekend possible in Lake Tahoe together in the winter so the location was the perfect place for their wedding celebration.
The wedding ceremony was a quick 25 minutes outdoor setting, with classic Christmas tunes playing in the background. They served their guests hot chocolate, coffee and tea along with hand warmers and shawls to keep them warm. Unique touches like cones full of biodegradable snow was placed on all the aisle seats to throw at the end of the ceremony which made it very fun and playful for their guests. To keep warm the bridesmaids wore Uggs and Sorel boots under their long gowns.