Shades of blush, ivory and gold reign supreme over the day, complementing every detail, right down to the most important: an utterly romantic dress—the stuff dreams are made of. These colors are great for any time of the year, but we are swooning over this theme for spring! Great for your wedding, or a lavish bridal shower.
The perfect invitation will not only fit your wedding theme, but also your personality. We love this Bubbly Affair design, featuring luxe, foil-stamped artistry for an added POP! to your big day. It’s a lively (and lovely) choice to get the party started. And it lends itself perfectly to a champagne tower for your reception, especially with a glam-pour over classic glassware.
For those with 14-carat taste, a gorgeous cake with gold-leaf accenting is truly a feast for the eyes…one that will make a big (and delicious) impression on every guest. Sweet floral centerpieces and settings of regal gold cutlery complete the look. Cheers to ever-after!
The Pantone Spring 2015 Color Report is out, and Toasted Almond is a warm beige wedding color idea that we’re loving. This timeless, versatile hue is soft and elegant when paired with ivory and blush, but could serve as a sophisticated base for numerous color combinations.
Dazzling Lace invitation: This lace wedding invitation is so elegant and provides any couple with a strong foundation to build their wedding suite from. Whether you want to keep your invitation sweet and simple or add a pop of color for a bit of drama, this Dazzling Lace invite is perfect for the job.
Table Setting: Complete with subtle details, this table is totally chic without being overdone. This table setting exudes a simple elegance with gold-trimmed plates, a neutral bouquet and playful table numbers which are displayed using old wine corks.
Vera Wang Dress: Don’t you just love this one? By pairing toasted almond with a more ornate design, the resulting dress embodies a rustic, effortless elegance in a new way. Straying away from white but still going with a neutral makes you stand out while keeping your style traditional. Guests will ba at a loss for words when they see this ruffled peplum that flows down to make a billowy train.
Groom: Now this is a look to love. This is a perfect example of how you can pump up your toasted almond palette with just a few colors. This almond blazer is an absolutely fabulous alternative to a more traditional black tux.
Garland: This DIY detail is super easy to make and adds a lovely touch to your day. By tying cream, gold and toasted almond colored ribbon to a line of twine, you create a rustic and delicate string of garland, perfect for a simple yet whimsical wedding.
Cake: This five-layer cake is absolutely fabulous! Wrapped in beautiful lace-inspired icing and topped with edible roses, this off-white cake offers a soft and tasty look to anyone that gazes upon it.
Black, blush, and moody blooms. We love the romance and elegance of a vintage glam wedding with glamorous touches.
With soft colors and intricate details, these vintage glam wedding ideas exudes nothing but sophistication. Though the color palette may be neutral, all these pieces work together to make a day that truly stands out. You and your love are the stars of the show and this theme acts as a welcoming canvas that elevates the display of your love. This vintage theme lends your day a timeless beauty that is only elevated with the addition of glamorous satin ribbons and gems, giving every little piece a big personality.
Night Blossoms invitation: This invitation is totally gorgeous! Perfect for a fall or winter wedding, its black backdrop calls attention to the couple’s names and the details regarding the celebration to come. Pairing antiqued flowers with this bold text and stunning monogram wedding invitation makes this invite the perfect combination of vintage and glam.
Couple: Aren’t they dazzling? This blush gown is a vintage and voluminous mermaid cut whose cascading ruffle train is the pinnacle of fashion and beauty. You can even tie this look back to the groom by adding a simple, blush pocket square.
Bouquet: This bouquet is the epitome of 1920s Hollywood glam. Its soft and sweet flowers coupled with baby’s breath lends the bouquet a gentle romance that is brought straight into the 21st century with this black foliage.
Heels: These peep toe pumps are absolutely gorgeous. The simple blush color paired with a thin ankle strap gives the bride a dainty yet elegant look from the front and then pure glam from the back with a diamond studded heel, surely to turn heads.
Cake: I love this cake. Though complete white, the subtle yet intricate lace details that adorns its sides gives it an absolutely fabulous look that appears effortless. Subtle, romantic and oh so glam, this theme truly takes the cake.
The bright watercolor hues of this floral wedding invitation inspired our mood board today. Sugary sweet shades of coral, peach, and pink, pair perfectly with lemon yellow. Play up the flowers at your event and incorporate them into every detail, from your hair to your cake.
Summer Circlet Invitation: This bright and bubbly invitation is sure to make your guests smile as they pull them from envelopes. This totally fun and colorful watercolor trim is a flawless fit for summer or spring weddings while perfectly framing the lovely couple’s names within a sweet floral halo.
Tablescape: This tablescape is just too cute! Starting with a simple pink tablecloth, this setting is taken to the next level with the help of festive coral prints, beautiful bouquets and white chairs that say summer at its chicest.
Cake: Though called a naked cake, this dessert is dressed to the nines with flowers and foliage galore. Simple yet stylish, this sweet treat is sure to impress your guests and have them coming back for seconds.
Flowers in Hair: Keep this sweet floral theme going by adding your wedding flowers to your hair. This look gives the bride a whimsical and charming touch that makes her beauty radiate for all to see.
Bouquet: This bouquet is a fabulous assortment of pale and voluminous roses who make this bouquet all the sweeter. Complete with Cottage, Graham Thomas and Glamis Castle roses, the resulting bouquet is something all the ladies will be eager to catch.