I honestly didn’t think I was a big fan of the neon trend (I had my fair share of horrendous 80’s neon outfits – no need to revisit that era) but while scrolling through my pins the other day, I realized just how many images I’ve pinned featuring hot hues. Hmm. Guess I shouldn’t fight it.
row 1: Sherbert Summer Love painting, pinned here | girl in neon spotted here (original source unknown), pinned here | Ruthie Davis ‘High Line’ Strappy Sandal, pinned here
row 2: Greg Kadel Studios, pinned here | hand painted cards via Oh Happy Day, pinned here
row 3: Archivo 17 poster, pinned here | Circle 4 print, pinned here | dress from LuLu’s, pinned here
Yum, nothing says fresh and summery like citrus- an earthy brown adds some sophistication to this bright palette.
Row 1: Banana Republic | Unknown | Anthropologie
Row 2: Unknown via Pinterest
Row 3: Gail Watson via Pinterest | Zappos | Grey Likes Weddings
I think everyone would agree that chalkboards are both an affordable and artistic way to create all kinds of unique signage for a wedding. You are free to use them as beautiful pieces of art, or to display necessities such as menus, table numbers, place cards and more. Chalkboards are quite the trend this year… and I can totally see why!
row 1: Chalkboard menus via Green Wedding Shoes
row 2: Love script typography on chalkboard via Dana Tanamachi
row 3: Hanging place cards via Katy Carrie Events | Snowden wedding chalkboard via Pinterest
row 4: Mr. & Mrs. via Brooklyn Bride
In French, the word “ombre” literally means shading or gradient. I love how it allows you to bring so many different colors to your palette that still look gorgeous together!
Row 1: Modern Wedding Cakes via Martha Stewart Weddings | Christie Pham via Ruffled
Row 2: Floral Wedding Centerpieces via Martha Stewart Weddings | Christie Pham via Ruffled