Easy and versatile, this outfit is the perfect fit for a casual birthday celebration around the pool. Jeans and flats, combined with dressy accessories will make the birthday girl stand out among all the rest. Enjoy!
Featured Design: Confetti Birthday Party Invitation
No. 1: Frilled sleeve top via Zara
No. 2: Skinny jeans via The Outnet
No. 3: Confetti Birthday Party Invitation via Betsywhite Stationery (shown in pre-designed Palette 2)
No. 4: Large teardrop earrings via Nordstrom
No. 5: Jet set wrap bracelet via Zappos
No. 6: Mbire wooden necklace via Oliver Bonas
No. 7: Natural stone ring via BCBG
No. 8: Ballet flat Kameo via Zenggi
Looking for a more traditional or vintage wedding dress? Long sleeved lace is the way to go! It’s stylish, sophisticated and quite sexy. Just all-around lovely, isn’t it?
row 1: Elizabeth Anne Designs | Design by Soiree
row 2: Green Wedding Shoes | London Bride
I’ll admit, many newlyweds have come up with some very clever getaway ideas… but a scooter? Adorable! Is this something you’d ever consider riding off into the sunset on?
row 1: Style Me Pretty | Alison Conklin Photography
row 2: Alison Conklin Photography | She Finds
Hello lovelies! I hope you’re all having a marvelous Monday so far! Now, speaking of marvelous, I’ve discovered another gorgeous resource that I wanted to share with you. I recently stumbled upon the most picturesque farmhouse and barn, PERFECT for a charming, rustic wedding. Have you ever heard of Full Moon Farm in upstate New York? It’s in the Catskills and it’s absolutely gorgeous.
This Hudson Valley farm dates back to sometime around 1790 and is steeped in history. The farmhouse was lost in a fire in 2007 but the 30 foot by 40 foot barn somehow escaped unscathed and still stands today in all of its rustic glory. I guess it knew it had a job to do: play host to your amazing wedding!
If you have your heart set on a rustic wedding, this location is ideal. To be perfectly honest, it does take quite a lot of vision (and budget, let’s admit it) to transform a completely raw space into a stunning setting for a wedding but if you’re up for the challenge, I think it’s so worth it!
After the fire in 2007, the farmhouse was sustainably re-built into a luxurious abode with 4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. If you’re having your wedding in the barn, the farmhouse is the perfect place for the wedding party to dress and take photos before the main event. It’s also available as a vacation rental if you’re planning an entire weekend of festivities.
I just love this little New York gem! Even if a barn wedding is not your thing, it’s such a beautiful location for an engagement photo shoot, don’t you think?
Be sure to check out their website to learn more about the property and to request more information.
All images by Angela Cappetta