Tag: Spring

An Easter Inspired Wedding

It’s Good Friday, and with all the beautiful Easter decor I’m seeing around, I was inspired to put together an Easter wedding board for you all. I’m so in love with this purple and peach colour combination- it’s so bright and springy without looking childish. And if you have a lamb and a bunny attend your wedding… would you please invite me? Thank you in advance 😉

an easter inspired wedding with a purple and peach colour scheme

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ONE: I’m not going to lie. This bouquet inspired the whole board. Originally I was just going for an ‘Easter’ theme… but this? It’s perfection and changed my mind.

TWO: Is there anything more springtastic than a lamb? I don’t think this one needs any commentary- it’s adorable.

THREE: Isn’t this beyond brilliant!? Flowers for the little bunny tail!?

FOUR: Any mini egg addicts out there? What would you do to get your hands on this cake!?

FIVE: With florals this gorgeous, you don’t need to add anything else to your table for it to look perfect.

SIX: This pretty little purple number is probably the most affordable bridesmaid dress we could have put in here- but it’s also the most beautiful, so you can thank us for that 😉

SEVEN: You know we love some good calligraphy and when you put it on eggs? In vintage egg cups? Well, you’ve got us hooked.

EIGHT: These DIY globes hanging from a barn remind me of Easter eggs without looking like an egg hung.

NINE: I’m loving the little ceramic bunnies hopping around the directional signage– how whimsical!

TEN: You would probably need some handsome little ring bearers at an Easter wedding. Suspenders are highly recommended.

ELEVEN: Sweet little macarons can be made to match any colour pallet, but they’re especially darling in these springy tones.

TWELVE: Last but not least- no Easter wedding is complete without a real live bunny. And no, I don’t think this is insane!

 

Tell me- what’s your favourite image from this Easter inspired wedding board? I’m swooning over that bouquet but since calligraphy has been on my mind so much lately (we’re loving weeding through your resumes and all the gorgeous portfolios!), I’m also taken by the eggs. Sound off with your picks in the comments!

We love tulips at weddings

Tulips are THE spring flower. When you think of spring you think of tulips, don’t you? They’ve been popping up more and more in weddings and frankly, we’re loving it. Take a look at some of the ways we love to see them below and let us know… which is your favourite?

we love tulips at weddings

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ONE: White tulips are so versatile and they look fabulous blocked in sections for centrepiece arrangements. This one has some parrot tulips mixed in for swoonworthy texture.

TWO:  I’m in love with this simple twine and tulips display! This looks lovely over a dessert table, but I’d love to see it as a suspended ceremony backdrop as well!

THREE: So. much. texture. in this dead simple centrepiece arrangement. I want one for my home, now and everyday.

FOUR: White tulips for the win… again! Wouldn’t these little white tulips taped to kraft make the most perfect escort cards? Yes. The answer is yes.

FIVE: A simple but stunning buttoner like this tulip and bud number is always a solid choice.

SIX: Everything about this invitation is lovely, including the illustrated tulips. What is more fitting for a spring wedding than a botanical themed invitation?

SEVEN: Bold Black and whites make this tablescape stunning… but the hanging tulips totally steal the show. We would love to see these over a couple saying ‘I do’.

EIGHT: You know we couldn’t let this roundup go without a healthy dose of colour! We love how similar coloured blooms are separated to make a simple but glam centrepiece.

 

Now for the fun part, what’s your favourite? I’m dying over that simple blush centrepiece with cut glass vase. But also… the twine and tulips are pretty darling for spring as well!

Spring Pastels Wedding Inspiration

I feel like I’m a bit slow in posting this, it feels like it’s been spring for weeks now! We all know that spring brings some of the most beautiful flowers. I wanted to take a play on some of those pastel florals and create an inspiration board around Spring Pastels. I’m so inspired by the colours of the season, but I know that heaps of flowers aren’t in everyone’s budget (but I couldn’t leave them out all together because… well, they’re gorgeous!).

Spring Pastel Wedding Inspiration

ONE: This white on white cake gives you all the spring floral feel without any real flowers.

TWO: A light pink cocktail and sprigs of lavender bring a touch of feminine pastel to this outdoor wedding. You can find dried lavender in bulk which would make this classy touch affordable.

THREE: If you weren’t already in love with watercolour wedding invitations, I’m sure you will be after scrolling through this page. It’s actually a DIY tutorial to dress up plain white invitations before printing! I might be a bit bias, but I think a soft lavender colour would look fabulous in watercolour 😉

FOUR: Part of the beauty in pastel weddings is you don’t need to pick just one! They all look incredible together. This bride chose to have her bridesmaids in pastel dresses of their choosing.

FIVE: Or you could have all the dresses match. But really this photo is in here for the stunning pastel bouquets. If you’re not going to do many flowers at your wedding, you can afford to pay extra attention to the ones you do choose to have! Green, yellow, pink, purple, and white all make an appearance in these wild bouquets.

SIX: Paper party supplies are incredibly on trend right now. Remember our Saint Patrick’s Day Party? Swap out the green for some lovely pastels and you can get the spring feeling without dropping a fortune on florals!

SEVEN: Another trend that I absolutely cannot find fault in? Macarons. They’re delicious and beautiful to look at, especially when they’re tinted with soft pastels and adorned with mini roses. If I was at this wedding, you know where you could find me camped!

EIGHT: This simple boutineer  brings in just a touch of pastel, and that tie? Men take note!

NINE: Last but not least, we Love (capital because it’s just that good) this pop of pastel colour inside an all white cake! What a fun surprise for guests!

My total favourite out of these would have to be those lilac stems in the cocktails. It’s such a simple detail that kicks up the class! What’s your favourite? And how do you feel about pastels? Do you love the trend to mix and match or would you stick with just one or two pastel tones?