No, no. This isn’t a post about tying the knot at a summer block party. (Although that could be fun too!) I’m talking about a trend that I have been putting off for far too long. What is it, you ask? Color blocking!
For several months I have been wanting to bring you this daring, highly fashionable trend, but I didn’t know how to incorporate it into a wedding. Well, with a little bit of patience and an eye for just the right color scheme, I was finally able to pull together a color block wedding! I hope you enjoy it as much as I do…
Featured Design: Love Logo #16 Wedding Invitation
row 1: Canopy ceiling via Green Wedding Shoes | Dress via ASOS | Cake via Martha Stewart Weddings
row 2: Wedding invitation via Betsywhite Stationery | Place setting via Southern Living | Favor boxes via Martha Stewart Weddings
Lime is one of those colors that when used in a wedding, it automatically brings brightness to the event. I absolutely love this color!
Bouquet via Perfectly Pearl | Shoes via Project Wedding
The trend of DIY weddings has revolutionized the traditional boutonniere. More and more we are seeing unique ornamentation, and it often doesn’t include flowers at all! This is a fun way for the groom and his groomsmen to get creative. I especially like when they are infused with personality, such as the camera-lover’s boutonniere below.
row 1: feather boutonnieres via every last detail and kismis ink photography
row 2: dum dums lollipop boutonniere pinned here | succulent boutonnieres via a lowcountry wedding | monogram boutonniere pinned here via sparkle & hay
row 3: camera-lover’s boutonniere pinned here via the brides cafe | steampunk boutonniere pinned here via style me pretty
Confession: I am obsessed with this bouquet. That touch of blue in a bouquet of pinks and reds? So unexpected, and yet so perfect!
Row 1: Lindy Floral & The Life You Love Photography via Style Me Pretty | ShopBop
Row 2: Potter + Butler
Row 3: Jose Villa via 100 Layer Cake | Jose Villa Blog