Today, we are so excited to be sharing a sampling of wedding dresses! If you haven’t picked a theme for your big day yet, we hope these wedding dress ideas help narrow down the search. This team of creative talents put together a chic styled shoot, so you can perhaps decide if you’re yearning for something vintage or modern to wear for the big day.
We are especially loving all of the unique bouquets, and the different types of lace on each wedding dress! From a swooping back, to an illusion neckline, we are swooning over the delicate touches made for each gown.
Today, we are tickled pink to be sharing this epic desert wedding. Mai and PJ were married married in Scottsdale Arizona, at a beautiful Catholic church. Their reception party was held at The Four Seasons hotel, inside one of the expansive ballrooms. Our favorite part of this unique wedding though, was when PJ and Mai went off into the Grand Canyon for some once-in-a-lifetime wedding photography.
From the white laser cut invitations that look like lace, to the whimsical soft pink bridesmaid dresses, this whole occasion is swoon-worthy. The quiet desert scenery is ultra romantic, and a perfect spot for an intimate moment between the new bride and groom. Mai’s extra-long wedding veil may just take your breath away; and her flower bouquet filled with stunning succulents isn’t too shabby either!
Today, we are swooning over these divinely vibrant wedding colors. If you love yellow and pink, this spring wedding styled shoot is for you!
There is something so whimsical about an early morning wedding. The crisp air, fabulous sunlight, and delicious brunch are enough to make you smile from ear to ear. We are smitten with the bride’s lace dress and the chalkboard florals displayed across the reception tablescape. We are especially impressed by how perfectly the floral wedding invitation matches the array of stunning spring flowers. When planning a wedding, sometimes the small details can make all the difference!
Spring is in the air. Today’s light aqua and mint wedding inspiration uses everything we love about springtime: fresh flowers, flowy bridesmaid dresses, and clean and airy colors. If you’re looking for something that feels fresh and bright, say “I Do” to this flawless pink and blue color palette.
From mint-colored bridal shoes to cascading flowers down a three-tiered cake, pick out the things you love most to add your personal style. What really makes this wedding theme sing? It’s these cool hues paired with peach, blush and cream-colored flowers.
Flowers are the life of the party and can be used for a pop of color to gray suits, bouquets and desserts. All you’ll need are cute pink and blue cupcakes to decorate your chic dessert bar for a stunning display.
Find an ornate invitation design in aqua that lets your guests think “elegant and bright” for your big day. Add even more color by collecting mint-colored bottles for your centerpieces and dressing the groom with an aqua tie and pocket square.
We know it’s the details that count, so go ahead and add aqua and mint to all the pretty pieces that make up your big spring day!
A green wedding is worth its weight in gold. There’s a reason why nature surrounds us with this beautiful, rich and organic color. Gold details—planting pots for succulents and gold, leaf-shaped frosting—elevate a green theme to a whole new level. If you are yearning for a themed union this year, try holding a forest wedding. The backdrop creates an iconic venue.
Create a green and gold wedding theme for an elegant day full of foliage.
Keep invitations simple with colors and fonts that match your wedding theme. For a green and gold look, we like this simple design that complements the natural style.
Here are some ideas on how to decorate to create this look:
Add color to your venue and photography by placing robust plants around your ceremony and reception. Palm leaves are perfect table runners because they’re flat, and vases and candles easily sit on top.
Freshly painted or “distressed” wooden doors give an organic look to a natural theme. Find doors and furniture to add to your venue scene or to use as props for your photography. Make the doors/furniture fit your green and gold scene by attaching gold handles.
Add dimension to your tables with modern glass candleholders in various sizes. It’ll give height to your centerpiece without blocking the view across the table. We love how light flickers in glass candleholders—beautifully set against foliage arrangements.
Let all the bridesmaids go green, or only have the maid of honor dress in a forest green gown. It’s nice to make the maid of honor feel special with a color or an accent piece, like green or a gold broach, to make her stand out from the rest.
Who wouldn’t want a pot of gold? We love these green succulents as party favors because they’re affordable and they add so much style to the tables. Guests will have little gold pots that look beautiful on the tables.
Frost the cake with bold frosting decorations. Think outside the box and make your cake a work of art. Have your cake decorator create palm leaves for a unique cake.
Green dresses, painted doors and succulent arrangements create a lush look. If you accent a green wedding with gold, you’ll have yourself a reception that’s naturally elegant.
Bold navy and pink blooms. This navy blue wedding theme is fearless when it comes to style—it’s dramatic, elegant and a little vintage. Navy sets an elegant scene as linens for tablescapes, the groom’s suit and as accents to blackberry cocktails.
Pull together all your favorite decor elements and add navy blue for a wedding day that’s unlike any other.
This invitation is beautifully dramatic. How lovely this design will also look as wedding day stationery—programs, menus and table numbers.
Make the groom stand out from the rest and dress him in navy and blush. Match the flowers in his boutonniere to the color of his tie. We like this soft, pink color to complement the blushing bride.
Dress in Rust
Whether it’s for the bride, bridesmaids or someone else in the wedding party, we love this rust-colored gown. Think beyond the decor and flowers to bring in your wedding theme—everyone’s dress can really make your wedding look stunning.
Shoes in Blush
There are so many reasons to fall in love with Christian Louboutin shoes and these blush-colored pumps are no exception. Your bridal look deserves extra fashion, so wear those stylish shoes you’ve been dreaming about.
Change things up a bit and use teapots as centerpieces. Fill them with flowers and paint them in metallic gold for a fresh, trendy look.
This “Love Potion” cocktail looks so stylish for a navy blue wedding theme. Mix together blackberry syrup and Champagne, then garnish with juicy blackberries and fragrant thyme.
Create a dessert bar filled with style with navy blue macaron cookies. Macarons are fun and easy finger-desserts that can be made in so many different colors and flavors to match your wedding theme.
Set the table with navy-colored tablecloths and napkins, and gold plate chargers and flatware. For a complete reception look, add gold chiavari chairs and fill table space with hydrangeas and pink garden roses in glass vases.
Navy blue never looked so elegant when accented with pink flowers, dresses and cocktails. When you dress your ceremony and reception with blush-colored decor and flowers and bring navy to your desserts and drinks, you’ll end up with a day in just your style.