This week’s Real Wedding is the beautiful celebration of Bethany and Sean, held at the Apple Barn Farm in Germantown, NY. The couple fell in love with the location moments after they arrived thanks to Chicken the rooster, who came waddling at full speed towards their car to welcome them. Ironically the best man owns a restaurant in Rhode Island known for their broasted chicken. Another detail we love is that most of the decorations were DIY. The brides mom, a.k.a. Babs spent about a year prepping for the wedding creating almost everything by hand.
Inspired by our modern classic wedding inspiration board, we’re picking our favorite stationery to match this traditional theme. Incorporate a few unique twists in your wedding stationery such as gold foil on your wedding invitation border or metallic accents on your save the date cards. Keep the theme consistent with matching response cards for a perfectly coordinated affair.
This week’s Real Wedding is the beautiful celebration of Courtney and Mathew, held at the Highland Manor in Apopka, FL. Dark storms rolled in just before the ceremony and stayed away long enough for them to get everyone to the reception.
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We are extremely excited to share this styled bridal shower photo shoot with you! The talented Sandra over at Simply Peachy created this gorgeous and perfectly coordinated bridal shower photo shoot, which was inspired after one of our bridal shower invitation designs. Sandra beautifully displayed that by using an entire stationery suite, including invitations, thank you cards, address labels and even gift tags, you can harmoniously pull together the theme for your celebration. We especially love how she displayed the thank you cards in front of every place setting, for a unique and personalized touch. Not to mention, those gorgeous desserts look simply decadent! Which detail is your favorite?
Sunflower is the Pantone color star this week, and also happens to be one of our favorite floral hues. Use this tone (and variations of it) as the base of your bouquet, mixed with dusty greens and blues for a fresh, naturally gorgeous look.