For a warm weather vineyard wedding, play up the natural beauty of your surroundings with soft pastel hues and rustic touches.
Today’s rehearsal dinner inspiration board is all about elegant flourishes with a bit of a French flair. We went with a beautiful taupe and fuchsia color combination that makes a subtle impact. Delicate details make all the difference.
L to R: Wedding Paper Divas Flourish Focus rehearsal dinner invitation, Centerpiece, Cork Place Card Holders, Cappuccino, Taupe Damask Linens, Taupe Drink, Hazelnut Macarons, Kate Spade Celeste Slingbacks
We’ve heard a lot of talk on the subject of champagne lately. Take this email from a worried bride-to-be:
I really want to drink my favorite brand of champagne at our wedding, but my fiance thinks it’s rude for us to drink a higher quality champagne than what we’re serving to our guests. Is that true? Shouldn’t we be able to drink whatever we please?
Dear Bubbly Bride,
In general, proper wedding etiquette dictates that if there’s any chance your guests would be offended by your choice of champagne, don’t do it. But although that answer seems resolute, there are a few options available:
What would you advise Bubbly Bride to do? Leave a comment and let us know!
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Here is some inspiration for a bachelorette party, or a pre-party before going out on the town to celebrate! The bride-to-be will surely enjoy some classy sweets and treats in pretty shades of pink and sparkling champagne themed details.
L to R: Wedding Paper Divas Town Toast Bachelorette Party Invitations from the Studio Basics collection,Hot pink table setting, Pink Cupcakes, Jelled Champagne Dessert, Champagne Glass Centerpiece, Pour La Victoire Pumps, Pink Drinks
From runways to red carpets, romantic blush tones and nude hues are the it colors for spring. Take a look at some gorgeous eye candy featuring essential accessories for any bride or bridesmaid.
L to R: J. Crew Crystal-and-pearl pastiche bracelet, Kate Spade Guilia heels, Dolce & Gabbana Rose The One perfume, Valentino Rosier Napa Sandal, Inge Christopher clutch, Christian Louboutin Glitter Pump, Blush Champagne Silk Pleated Clutch, Nordstrom Crystal Collection Briolette Chandelier Drop Earrings, Judith Leiber Beaded Clutch
Every engaged couple wants to create a luxurious ceremony full of top end wines, world-class food and divine details. Unfortunately, however, this vision of an impossibly chic wedding often turns out to be just that—impossible!
But if eagerly devouring wedding blogs has taught us anything, it’s that you can cut a few corners and still pull off the posh ceremony of your dreams. If you are looking to trim your reception costs, start by checking out some of these great resources for reviews of the best cheap wines on the market: