If you aren’t yet familiar with Cynthia Warren Design, you most definitely ought to be. I’m taking it upon myself to introduce to you her work, which is altogether the most charming portfolio I’ve seen. I just can’t get enough!
Special thanks to Cynthia who allowed me to share all these goodies with you.
Happy FRIDAY!!! No more work for two whole days! Aren’t you excited? I’m taking off early today to start preparations for a wedding that I’m working on this weekend. While I’m designing flowers, I thought I’d offer a little reminder that we sometimes forget when we’re carried away with the stress of wedding planning.
via Design Sponge
KEEP IT SIMPLE! Sometimes one stem, in a simple vintage bottle can really turn on the charm and do just as good a job as anything else. No matter what you’re doing or planning for your wedding or just for this weekend, remember that keeping it simple always does the trick.
**Announcement: Katee Grace is giving away an entire wedding photography package. Her work is absolutely beautiful, so if you’re interested in entering, head to her blog, here.
Peach? Mint green? How can you not love it?
Sources left to right from top: 1. The Knot 2. Hello Lucky 3. Etsy 4. The Knot 5. Lovely Package 6. The Knot 7. & 8. The Party Dress 9. Unknown
Remember that whole “Don’t judge a book by it’s cover” notion? Well, I don’t entirely agree. Especially when the cover is worth framing. Right? Anyhow, I’ve got some alcohol for you today, all from Lovely Package, that is so good lookin’, you’ll be feeling loopy without even taking a sip. I’ve even come up with three uses that will most definitely justify their immediate purchase.
Use One: The groomsmen. These fellas deserve a gift or two, and what’s not to love about a nice bottle of spirits? However, I don’t recommend a run to the Quickie-Mart for a bottle of standard fare. You’re gift will seem hurried and thoughtless. Say it isn’t so! Instead, opt for a more custom approach, with a bottle that speaks “You mean the world to us” through the label alone.
It’s a flask and bottle of vodka in one:
Use Two: DIY Wedding Bar. Are you one of those brides who is lucky enough to be hosting a wedding in a backyard/farm/forrest/private residence? We should all be so lucky! In that case, I love the idea of a DIY Bar for your guests. You’ll be shocked at how much cheaper it is to purchase your own liquor. Why not provide a fully stocked bar with fun recipes (written on a chalkboard, perhaps) and all the accoutrements? Sounds a little crazy, but if you’re having a small wedding, I think the idea might be fun and will most assuredly cut costs. Whether or not you have a bartender, the bar does need to look pretty, so….
And how appropriate is Love Joy Vodka for a wedding? I LoveJoy it!
It’s Brandy…and I LOVE it!
Use Three: The Nest. Perhaps you love to entertain, and harken back the days when a proper host shook up Sinatra-style libations–straight up, dirty, with olives. If you’re putting together a collection of spirits, you most definitely ought to make it pretty…especially if it will be on display.
I’m all about the love birds on the cake. I just can’t say no! And Ashley Anna Brown makes a version that is not only handmade from vintage fabrics, but also priced rather nicely. How sweet?
To follow up with last week’s post on how to find inspiration “out of the box” I thought I’d keep with the idea (because I find it rather refreshing) and share this board with you. Pink with a side of pink, I know. But hey…who doesn’t love a little romance from time to time?
Sources left to right from top: 1. Oh Joy! 2. Rebecca Thuss 3. Flickr 4. Studio Violet 5. Christian Dior
This engagement session is particularly adorable because the couple is having a carnival themed wedding next month, so they ran with the idea and chose to reflect the carnival look in their engagement photos as well. OH SO CUTE! Photographer Youkeun Oh sent these over and I can’t tell you how excited I am to share them with you.