I’m like, landslide giving her best dressed award. Simple, chic, Ralph Lauren. Done. She is the next America’s sweetheart. She’s just so beautiful!
Here’s some other favorites of mine:
I had a special request this week from a former classmate and friend of mine to put together a board inspired by magnolias with the colors being green, gold and white. I find this color palette especially near and dear because it hearkens back to my southern roots. I grew up climbing magnolia trees with all of my cousins in my great uncle’s front yard and that is a fond memory of my childhood. I think to pay the proper respect to this great southern bloom, one must have a grand southern affair complete with a historic venue (perhaps a plantation home or old courthouse?), classic tuxedos, and beautiful ecru engraved invitations. I even love the idea of the calligraphy being in a beautiful, deep emerald tone. This is absolutely one of my favorite palettes I’ve created and I commend the bride for devising such a unique and heritage-driven theme for her wedding.
A friend of mine (from why back in elementary school!) requested a board with black, white, grey, and shades of purple. This is a pretty formal and muted palette, so I kicked it up a notch by throwing in a striped motif. Stripes are great because you can incorporate them throughout the wedding, from linens, to attire, to invites, to the cake! Enjoy!
For this board, I decided to tone it down a notch from my typical style and lean towards a more neutral palette. If neutral is done right, it can be really beautiful. I always love to add at least one pop of color – in this case, a pale coral-pink. My personal favorite pic is the groomsmen shot – Leslee Mitchell does beautiful work and 2 of my good friends were groomsmen in this wedding.clockwise from top left: 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7
Eek! My new stitch fix is here! I hated having such a big break between fixes, but financially, I just can’t do them monthly, so I’m going to switch to every other month.. for more info about this site, check out my previous fix here.
I got 5 items in this fix – and I loved it all!
COLLECTIVE CONCEPTS RILO TAB-SLEEVE CHAIN PRINT BLOUSE – $68
CARTER SKINNY ANKLE-LENGTH JEANS – $88
ARK&CO VIANNA BELTED A-LINE MINIDRESS – $88
ARK&CO SIVA CHIFFON ROSE PRINT BLOUSE – $68
FACETED GEM CLUSTER NECKLACE – $32
So in the end, I only kept the dress, but I seriously wanted all of it so bad! I just didn’t need to break the bank! Stitch Fix really is SO much fun – if you love all the garments or not. If you want to sign up, click here and I’ll get a $25 credit towards my next fix!
Let me offer a small amount of praise as well – I found a tiny snag on my dress and emailed customer service a photo of said snag. They offered to either send me another (which could take a while since it wasn’t in stock) or give me a $15 credit so I could have it repaired. THAT, my friends, is customer service. Not to mention, they responded to my inquiry in less than half an hour! I opted for the credit just because it was less trouble and that was $15 in my pocket. Win-win!
When I got married I already knew what my wedding colors were going to be, but I contemplated one other color combo for a hot minute. I love orange/grey/white as a combo, because it’s unique and contemporary. But orange is a much harder color to come by than yellow, which is I why I opted for yellow instead. In hindsight, I wish I had used these colors because I see yellow and grey EVERYWHERE now. OH well! Hope you enjoy!
I have a serious crush on this festive and fun color combo. It has the feminine coral touches without being over-the-top girly and is also glamorous with the touches of gold. I usually don’t LOVE pink in a wedding, unless it’s brightly hued and combined with some fun non-pink colors. I pulled some of my favorite images from a shared Pinterest board for this board. Hope you enjoy!
The numbers will link you to the original, gorgeous weddings these images are pulled from! Clockwise from top left 1. These Bari Jay bridesmaids dresses are a personal favorite! / 2. How sweet and simple is this cake? Perfect for an outdoor bride / 3. I have serious love affair with succulents / 4. Mason jars with striped straws are a perfect way to serve a signature cocktail! / 5. Those envelope liners and fun quirky calligraphy drive me wild! So fun! / 6. Turquoise bow ties are the bees’ knees. / 7. Kate spade. Need I say more?
This man is a vortex of some of kind of insane creative energy. There is much to be envied about him in the bridal world. He takes risks, while still maintaining a very commercial appeal. There isn’t a single one of these dresses that is too outlandish to imagine not being worn by some real bride out there on one of my gajillion wedding blogs I follow. I love him. Look at the cube thingy on that girl’s head. I mean, really? What’s NOT to love?! Maybe it’s the architect in me, but this guy has GOT it. Whatever IT is.
Enjoy this journey of gorgeous bridal fashion and when you are done, tell me which is your favorite. I think this is one of the best collections I have EVER seen. Maybe you can help me decide because I simply do not know how to pick one.
I felt it truly best to just leave out my idiotic commentary in this post and let the gowns speak for themselves. She’s really outdone herself. So much detail, so much range of styles. Look at them again and again. You won’t regret it. My personal favorites are the first two gowns. Which are yours?
Carolina makes me swoon. For those of you who don’t know, my gown was Carolina, and I got it for $1,200. CRAZY. This woman is my inspiration. She’s a goddess.