In honor of Earth Day, which was April 22nd, I come to you with a classic portrait of the effortless beauty that comes with the lushness and simplicity of nature. So go ahead, sniff a flower and go without makeup for a day. Embrace the loveliness that is all around you!
row 1: Samm Blake via Style Me Pretty | Leigh Webber Photography
row 2: Jessica Claire via Style Me Pretty
Oranges and corals were huge in Fashion Week this year and these warm hues are being spotted in weddings all over. This summery creamsicle color really takes me back to the lazy summer days of my childhood. What a sweet way to add a bold color to your palette!
row 1: Cake Ink via Elizabeth Anne Designs
row 2: Martha Stewart Weddings | Jordan Ferney via The Knotty Bride
I love the deep red color of a fresh pomegranate, but it is usually reserved for fall and winter weddings. Pair it with a light color like blush, peach, or cream, and it can be a beautiful color for any spring or summer wedding!
row 1: Susan Coffey via zeemp blog | Llanes Photography via Style Me Pretty
row 2: pomegranate via VIV Mag | Aregrayline via Ruffled
Beautiful tableware is a wonderful thing, and it doesn’t have to just stay on your registry! Incorporating various dishes into your wedding can add a rustic, vintage, or homey feel. Fill your grandmother’s teacups and silver with flowers, or just put them out to display. Whether it’s antique china or modern dishware, both can add a personal touch that will be appreciated by your guests. Also, don’t be afraid to invest in pieces for the wedding– use them in your home after the big day!
row 1: HORNE dishes via Weddings Unveiled | 1313 Photography via Ruffled
row 2: Gilded China via Martha Stewart Weddings | Bright Morning Teacups via anthropologie