One of the few things that naturally gets more and more beautiful with age is a rustic patina finish.
The shades of blues and greens all running into one another make for a lovely feel of old-world charm.
This patina look can be incorporated into a wedding in so many pretty and unexpected ways. Enjoy!
row 1: Teal Door by Alicia Stormer via Pinterest | Basia Zarzycka Dress via Wedding Magazine UK
row 2: Glowing Aqua Chalcedony Necklace by Lea Marie Designs via Etsy | Spider Queen Key Necklace by Umbrella Laboratory via Etsy
row 3: Real Texas Wedding Bouquet via Southern Weddings
row 4: Chair via Desire to Inspire | Vintage Doorknob via More Than Just Vintage
It’s almost here!! Anthropologie‘s answer to wedding style will be launching next week! The new line is called BHLDN (beholden) and it will be unveiled on February 14th… making Valentine’s day just a little lovelier. I can’t wait to see what they’ve got in store. For now, here’s a little sneaky peeky…
All images via bhldn.com
I am completely head over heels for the Elie Saab Spring 2011 collection. I love that it’s shimmery and glamorous without being too over-the-top. The palette is gorgeous too… so pretty for Spring. A few of these would make stunning wedding gowns, don’t you think?
Elie Saab Spring 2011 Collectioin via Style.com, first spotted on this is glamorous
I love this photo of Keira Knightley shot by the amazingly talented Lorenzo Aguis. I think this beautiful pale blue gown and sweater ensemble would make a lovely alternative to a traditional wedding dress. It would be a classic yet non-traditional look.
Photos © Lorenzo Agius