Today, we get to experience a real wedding with some amazing details. This sparkly wedding showcases colorful flowers, adorable decor, and personalized wedding stationery. It’s a whimsical wedding that resembles a fairytale- even the bride looks like a princess!
Our bride Kim had just two requests for her big day: a big round bouquet of pale pink roses and as much pink, gold and sparkle as we could fit into one day! Guests arrived to their lakeside ceremony greeted by a lush pink floral arch and a program designed to match her invitations nestled inside of a chunky gold frame. Everyone was encouraged to wave sparkly gold sequin & ribbon wands as the newlyweds made their way down the aisle as well, with Kim’s dream bouquet in hand!
Inside of the tent, the ceiling sparkled with pale pink and white stars and each table was set with linens to match, gold glittered place cards and mixed metallic centerpieces. The bride’s sister made her sparkly gold cake which sat atop a gold sequin linen. Somehow, with all of this sparkle, the only thing shining brighter was the smile on Kim’s face the entire night. These two waited a long time to start their life together, and their special day really was dream come true!
This week’s Real Wedding features Mallory and Charles’ destination wedding at Sandals Resort in Whitehouse, Jamaica. You would never know by looking at their vibrant pictures that many of their photos had to be taken the next day, due to a tropical storm blowing in, immediately following their “I Do’s.” Their wedding makes us want to hit the beach, with an umbrella beverage (of course!).
Delano from Sandals captured the couple’s destination celebration. Take a look!
This week’s Real Wedding is the beautiful celebration of Rondi and Aaron, that took place at Five Palms Beach Grill, on Keawakapu Beach in Maui, Hawaii. The couple described the day as, “PERFECT and it wouldn’t have happened without our dream team of creative folks, all of whom were close friends or family that traveled to Maui with us including the photographers, videographer, musician, and pastor.”
If you’re planning an early autumn wedding, but still want to keep the bright feel of summer, Pantone Aurora Red is your color match. For stunning impact, play up this vibrant hue by pairing it with colors of equal intensity, like fuchsia, vermillion, and magenta.
If you’re planning an end of Summer wedding, Pantone Sangria might be just the color for you. We love the pairing of this exotic deep pink with bright orange blooms and gold accents, as seen in our Vibrant Blossoms invite below.