Whether you’re riding solo, or on a bicycle built for two, these lovely photos are sure to send you into a peddling frenzy! And as if the bikes themselves aren’t beautiful enough… the baskets full of flowers just make them that much better. Perhaps this will inspire you to get some fresh air and go for a ride!
row 1: Je Taime via Sarah Yates Blog | Pink Beg Bicycle via Beg Bicycles
row 2: Michelle + Dillon Wedding Bike via Sloan Photographers
row 3: Basket of Ranunculas via Design*Sponge | Yellow Basket of Daisies via Pinterest
row 4: Just Married via Martha Stewart Weddings
Glass jars can be a handy decoration that is both vintage-y and inexpensive. Old perfume bottles, mason jars, soda bottles– nearly any glass jar can be used to give your wedding an almost rustic look, whether they are used to hold flowers, candles, wedding favors, or even drinks! I love the wide range of shapes and colors that glass jars come in, and it gives everything such a beautiful look while allowing colors and light to flow through at the same time!
row 1: Pobke Photography via Style Me Pretty | Duet Weddings
row 2: Braggingbags via Etsy | Pobke Photography via Style Me Pretty
Cherry, rose and shades of blue – I think they make for such a charming palette, perfect for any season…
Have a great weekend everyone!
Row 1: Fraulein Klein via Pinterest | unknown via Pinterest | BHLDN
Row 2: Virgil Bunao via Style Me Pretty
Row 3: unknown via Pinterest | Phat Dog | unknown via Pinterest
The Moroccan look is something I definitely see trending this summer. With lots of intricate patterns, soft fabrics and bold colors – you can’t go wrong! There’s something in it for everyone, whether it be for your wardrobe, your home… or maybe even your wedding!
P.S. The Betsywhite Olivia Invitation would work fabulously well with this trend. Find it here!
French Revue de Modes – Moroccan Location via Bohemia Life | Moroccan trinket box/bracelet by Wolfpack Tribal via Etsy
Door in Rabat, Morocco via Meta Gini | Moroccan pouf via plumo
Rustic wildflower earrings by Bellehibou via Etsy | Moroccan Colours via Edens Elephant