Inspired Intern: Doing It Again

It’s hard to believe, but 12 weeks have gone by and it’s time for Erin’s internship to end. Erin has done an excellent job and I could not have asked for a better intern. It’s been great to see her grow as a designer and although I hate to see her leave, I know she will move on to do big things in the design world.

Thanks for all your hard work Erin! Good luck with your future endeavors!

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I was stumped this week for inspiration, until Gia gave me the suggestion of a “do-over” wedding. If I could, I would most definitely do it again. My husband and I had so much fun the first time… doing it again could only be twice as great. We were married just last May. Our ceremony took place in my childhood church and was followed by dinner and dancing at a local reception hall.

If I were to do it again I would have an outdoor wedding, something really simple. I would love to have the ceremony under a large oak tree. Recently I’ve been inspired by the use of raw cotton as a decorative element, this would tie in nicely to the setting. As for my dress, I would pick a short yet classic look. My color palette would consist mostly of white and a light sage, but have a pop of saffron yellow. Over all I would want the wedding to have a simple, homelike rural charm.

Well I’ve had a wonderful time here on Flights of Fancy, but this is my last Inspired Intern post. I want to give a special thanks to Gia… thanks for picking me

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and thank you for taking the time to teach and inspire me to design.

Thanks again!
Erin

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Erin Elsewhere: {Simple Te Design}

Photo Credits:
row 1: Olivia Leigh Photographie via Green Wedding ShoesJasmine Star via Green Wedding Shoes
row 2: Melissa Diep via Style Me PrettyAnthropologie
row 3: Jagger Photography via Green Wedding ShoesJenny Ebert Photography via Once Wed

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