A wee bit more inspiro for all you fall/winter brides out there. (It’s never too late to change your palette, right?) We’re just getting into the swing of summer here, but this palette is reminding us how much we love the fall too. But we’re not anywhere near ready for it yet this year. As in do not even dream of crowding out summer until at least October. Late October.
Good morning dearest readers! We have a quite lovely treat for you to start off the week. So lovely in fact that we’re inspired to start every week off with a perfectly styled 20′s wedding shot by the very talented Josh Goleman. Okay, it doesn’t have to be 20′s inspired, but we’d like it to be something this well thought out and this beautifully photographed.
It’s just so perfect, there’s not much we can say. Except that these two certainly have vision. And exceptional taste.
Rinda + James’ backyard wedding, photographed by Jill Thomas Photography (love all the dress colors!)
Jim and Myrna’s adorable rustic handmade wedding via Verhext
We’re so excited about this little announcement! You all remember Kelly. You know, KELLY… of this adorable wedding, this DIY tutorial, and the cute blog, yes, please? Kay, well. She just launched a new business, Succulent Love Designs. And yep, you (So. Cal people) can now hire her to make her beautiful arrangements for your wedding, event, or just your house.
Succulent Love Designs. Go visit.
Pattern cuteness letterpress alert, people. These save-the-dates from our reader Martha are pretty darn insane. I think it’s safe to say that most of us would be overjoyed if these were our actual wedding invites, not just our pre-invite announcements. Martha please send us copies! We need them so we can see their beautifulness in person.
And while these are technically DIY, let’s all remember that Martha is obviously a talented graphic designer and it doesn’t hurt that her dear friend Amanda (of the amazing Alee & Press) was around to help with the letterpressing and such.
(fabric inspiration from Amy Butler)
Look at the little birds! So cute.
Martha wanted to set a casual tone with their save the dates, so she decided to pair the Amy Butler fabric (from sewmamasew.com) with a simple, lovely one color letterpress card. Which is an excellent way to cut down on letterpress cost without sacrificing color. So smart of Martha. She’s planning to incorporate the patterns and colors throughout the rest of her wedding details. We can. not. wait. to see what she comes up with!