Ghouls, Ghosts & Goblins….Oh my! All Hallow’s Eve is only a few days away, which mean it’s time for our inner darkness to make an appearance. This year, we’re going goth without going full-out Marilyn Manson. Check out our latest inspiration board to see what we mean.
Paper boutonniere via Weddings in the Sky; Til Death Do Us Part coffin via hinkenhook; Ouija Save The Dates by So You’re Engayged; Trick or Treat silver chairs via Brooklyn Limestone; Brain place settings via Truly Engaging; Poppy bouquet via Enchanted Dream Weddings & Affairs; Whimsical garden ghosts via Pintrest; Bold lace cake by Real Simple; Black wedding gown via hip hip gin gin
Baby’s Breath is back! Most often used as a filler flower, these delicate blooms can bring an airy and earthy feel to any aspect of your wedding decor. Perfect to stand alone, the Bride on a budget will find this inexpensive bundle of flowers a particularly dainty and wallet-friendly bouquet option. Take a peek at our latest It! Inspiration…we promise it’ll take your breath away!
Baby’s breath wedding cake via A Beautiful Cliche; Place setting via Southern Weddings; Twine boutonniere via Emmaline Bride; Baby’s breath bouquet via Belle the Magazine; Groom with bouquet via Design in Bloom; Floral ornament by A Subtle Revelry; Escort cards via Hip Hostess
The Ombre effect is all the rage in fashion, hair, and even nail polish, so why not adopt this latest trend to add up-to-the-minute style to your wedding day? A French term meaning gradual or shaded, this color effect can be a subtle theme throughout your decor or the focus of one main component, such as the cake or your dress. However you utilize this latest fashion movement, a little Ombre in your day will ensure that your wedding doesn’t blend in with the rest!
Cupcakes by Martha Stewart; Table linen via Platinum Touch Events; Flower Girls from Martha Stewart Weddings; Cake by Cake Coquette; Bridesmaids photo by KLK Photography; Wedding Dress by Sherri Hill; Clothespin decor via Style Me Pretty; Bouquet by Elizabeth Ann Designs
At first glance this looks like gorgeous detail shot of a Bride’s designer gown, but take a look at a few more photos from this wedding album to see the fabulously creative work of photographer, Beatrice de Guigne.
Almost every little girl at one time or another created this very wedding for Barbie and Ken, and let’s face it, some of us were a little obsessed with the details. Who would have thought it could be captured on film just as perfectly as we had imagined it?
Feel like a kid again, and check out the full album on Glamour Weddings.
When reality TV star Kim Kardashian wed her delicioulsy tall beau, the bride was far from the only one in white. In fact, the entire bridal party wore white gowns designed by the one and only Vera Wang. Of course the bodacious Kim was no wallflower in a sea of white! Her Vera Wang gown with full tulle skirt, Basque waist and Chantilly lace applique was a princess’ dream, perfect for floating the Armenian diva down the aisle.
During the first dance, Kim appeared in the second and her favorite gown of the evening, a sexier Georgette mermaid dress with hand pieced Chantilly lace applique on the bodice. The skirt had hand-cut organza petals intermixed with Chantilly lace motifs and organza spring embroidery.
The final gown of the evening was a bias-cut crepe-back satin gown with V-neck and circle skirt. Talk about swoon!! Va va va voom!
How pleasantly surprised were we when we came across this charming little menu wheel. With each turn, the cut out reveals the evening’s appetizers, dinner, cocktails and desserts. Have these menu wheel’s at your soiree and you will surely turn heads!
The It! Girls love us some runway, so when the organizers behind Palm Beach Brides: An Idea Show invited us to sponsor a fall bridal fashion presentation, we were all atwitter! Check out all the yumminess from Amsale, Kenneth Pool, Jenny Packham, Vera Wang and more…
As October brings the first signs of fall (in Florida, that means temps below 90 degrees, a moment here and there without a torrential downpour, and a cool pumpkin ale in the garden), Breast Cancer Awareness Month invites us to turn our attention to the amazing women who’ve battled breast cancer. Whether personally or for a loved one, we carry the pink torch to support research and rehabilitation for the It! Girls who need it most. To that end, here’s a little inspiration in shades of pink, the hue of love and promise.
Pink bow tie via This Next; Burlap wedding invitations via Oh So Beautiful Paper; Yum! Straws via Hostess with the Mostess; Pink fabric umbrella via Green Wedding Shoes; Pink flamingos via Blue Shoe Brides; Macaroon covered wedding cake by Martha Stewart Weddings; Cabbage rose bouquet via Sparkle & Hay; Rose via This is Glamorous