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Lately I feel like I’ve been doing a lot of bright, bold weddings. So, today I felt like it was time for something a little more soft and subdued…and the white and burlap wedding was born! I really enjoy just looking at this wedding. It’s so pretty and romantic. I love the idea of taking something so pure and clean (like white) and mixing it with something more rustic and rough around the edges (like burlap). It’s the mixture of those two very different textures that make for such an interesting look. The white and burlap could certainly be “dressed down” to work perfectly well in a backyard or barn wedding or could be “dressed up” and be completely acceptable in a more fancy, traditional setting. I love the versatility!
The 1920’s were full of all kinds of wonderful trends: jazz, the Fox Trot, Mickey Mouse, and most importantly, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Aside from these things, one of the most prominent trends that we can take from the 20’s is their fashion. Think flappers: fringe, lace, pearls, feathers, and all kinds of other vintage-chic items.
The 20’s can be a great inspiration for a wedding. It adds a vintage flair, but can still be soft and romantic at the same time. Modern day flapper dresses for your bridesmaids is a MUST, as is old-school foods (like homemade pies and root beer). It’s the type of theme where you’ve got to be ready to go all-out. Trust me, you’d have fun with this one. And, if you could get your future hubby to learn the Charleston, you’re all set.
This blush wedding is absolutely the most romantic thing I’ve ever seen. It’s soft, girly, and has that fresh “I just got pinched on the cheek” look.
This color palette is definitely worth looking into if you want all of your guests to fall in love at your wedding. Hey, I really think it could happen! Just know that you will be solely responsible for the bad choices they make during the reception. Can’t say I didn’t warn you.