I think it’s safe to say that the color Peach is making a comeback. This shade used to conjure up images of bad 80’s bridesmaid dresses (for me anyway) but recently, it seems to be taking on a new life. This modern version of Peach is more like Coral‘s soft, lovely cousin rather than the outdated pastel of the past. I have to say, I’m diggin’ Peach’s new look… especially when used with a slightly vintage style.
Since Georgia is ‘The Peach State’, it’s only fitting that this sweet, vintage-inspired wedding would take place somewhere in Savannah…
Featured Design: Anna Beth wedding invitation
row 1: Sean Walker Photography via Style Me Pretty (styling by Carter and Cook)
row 2: J. Crew, Sean Walker Photography via Style Me Pretty, Amorology
row 3: Lisa Lefkowitz, Rinne Allen via Once Wed
row 4: Sean Walker Photography, Cori Kindred, Aruna B. Photography
I had a really good mango the other day which is a rarity since good mangoes are hard to find in the US. It made me think of home (Barbados) and all the flavors, colors, scents and sounds of the West Indies: fresh fruit, colorful flowers year-round, warm sun and cool breezes.
There’s definitely more to the Caribbean than beaches and palm trees. Rather than the typical island wedding, I figured I would share another side of island style. In this case, an elegant wedding in the lush gardens of an old plantation house.
Featured Design: Ameera wedding invitation
row 1: Tina Rupp, Leigh Miller
row 2: J. Crew, Chris Court via Wedding Style Guide, Martha Stewart
row 3: Alexandra Grablewski, Veer, Brides UK
row 4: Veer, Lisa Lefkowitz
Even if getting married in an ancient city like Rome is out of the question (and the budget), recreating that old world feeling is still possible. Have a banquet-style feast at one long table, place flowers in mercury glass vessels and incorporate stone statues into the decór…
Featured Design: Love Logo #16 invitation
row 1: Stephanie Williams Photography, Corbin Gurkin
row 2: Martha Stewart, Corbin Gurkin
row 3: Elizabeth Messina, Tec Petaja
row 4: Elizabeth Messina, Artfool
Wouldn’t an afternoon wedding at a polo estate be lovely? The decor could include floral wreaths, horseshoes, colorful prize ribbons and floral centerpieces in trophy cups rather than vases. Guests would shade themselves with big floppy hats and parasols…and who could resist a portrait session with a stunning white horse!
Featured Design: Love Logo #4 wedding invitation
row 1: Anna Kuperberg, Michelle Rago, Punam Bean
row 2: Andrea Singarella via Kristatomic, Jose Villa
row 3: Meg Smith Photography, J. Crew, Meg Smith Photography
row 4: MeredithDavenport for Christian Oth Studio via Snippet & Ink, Martha Stewart
row 5: Rebecca Thuss, Stone Blue Productions