I love unexpected palettes. Navy and orange always work well together but I think adding pink and putty give the combination a cool, modern twist. The inspiration for this palette came from the gorgeous bride and groom image below by Mark Brooke…
Sloan wedding invitation (in Navy ink on White paper)
Love Logo #2 wedding invitation (in Rose ink on Pink paper)
Lulu save the date (in Navy)
row 1: Mark Brooke Photographers via Rock n’ Roll Bride, Martha Stewart
row 2: Martha Stewart, Stephanie Williams Photography
row 3: Martha Stewart
Gail Johnson with Wedding Soirée will be joining us every Tuesday for the next few weeks to share a few tips and tidbits from a planner’s perspective…
When planning your wedding, there should always be a budget – or at the very least, a number which will serve as a starting point. There is an old saying: “if you don’t know where you are going – no road will take you there.” The same holds true for the wedding budget.
The budget should be the first item on your to-do list before you book the venue or any vendors. It is the roadmap to guide you to the best vendors in your price range. The rule of thumb should always be to set your sights on coming in under budget.
One thing to be aware of: a spiraling guest count can easily drain your wedding budget. It’s really important to keep your guest list under control!
Here’s a little inspiration for a wedding with Southwestern style…
Featured Design: Kira wedding invitation
row 1: Jose Villa
row 2: (first two images) Robert Sukrachand, Leigh Miller
row 3: Leigh Miller, Jose Villa
row 4: Jose Villa, Gemma Comas, Leigh Miller
Reminder: The Bridal Road Show is this weekend! If you’re an Atlanta bride, be sure to get your ticket today if you haven’t already!
Wedding Soirée recently announced that one lucky bride at the Road Show will will a complimentary night stay at the Ritz Carlton Golf and Spa Resort, Rose Hall in Jamaica! Sweet!