We love city weddings. What better time to pay a little homage to the place that brought you together than with I Do? Nicole is founder + CEO of Cienne NY (all of Cienne’s clothing is designed + made in NYC) and Ronan is a Belize resort owner (here + here), which both seem like pretty good gigs if you ask us. Being very design-driven folks, they wanted something a little non-traditional yet black tie, and totally focused on good food + good drink + good music. Speaking of modern and nontraditional, Forged in the North knocked it out of the park with the photos.Read More
The gals from Downey Street Events have the loveliest, freshest Bay Area studio space that Shannen Natasha Weddings of The Wedding Artists Collective recently documented to share on 100LC. In their business, they’re inspired by interior design, architecture, fashion, fine art, luxury dining and travel, which you can tell influences their HQ. With all that inspiration surrounding them, it’s no wonder they never feel at a loss for good ideas to offer to clients. Just shows that when you truly look forward to each day with your business, you’ll take the time to translate that to the space where all the magic happens!Read More
Gahh, this bouquet! Could you just look at it for hours? When you have the chance to style an inspiration shoot at a stunning estate in Phoenix like Sarah of Sarah’s Garden did, you go all out—no lackluster colors or forgotten details here. Thanks to Kelsie Pinkerton, the colors and patterns are well documented! Take a peek:Read More
A fun thing to learn about Kelly + Tony was that they didn’t want anything to feel too polished in their fall wedding, they knew that didn’t fall in line with their laidback personalities. Plus, the groom wasn’t a huge fan of having anything be over-the-top pink. (Understandable, it’s his day too!) The result? Pretty and natural with that warm, light feeling is so good at Danielle Poff Photography capturing.Read More
With fall officially upon us, it’s time to start planning for all sorts of cozy gatherings at home. If you’re a newlywed maybe you’ll be hosting your first family holiday this year. So exciting! Perfect opportunity to break in the spoils of your Wedding Gift Registry, right? There are soooo many beautiful options out there when it comes to dinnerware, but if you ask us there’s nothing more lovely than a classic white plate. And best of all, by adding white dinnerware to your Gift Registry you can adapt it to whatever style of party you’re throwing over the years to come. We’ve taken some of our favorite wedding trends (’cause your wedding style is a reflection of you!) and adapted them to create the perfect place setting for dinner parties this season.
The trend that just keeps getting more popular and a favorite of ours too… Bohemian. We’ve added some pattern and natural elements, along with a bit of metallic sparkle (the Harper Rose Gold flatware kills us!) to create a loose, pretty table concept that feels just so *now*.
If you swing a little more glam in your home decor, the same Aspen dinner plate can be dressed up with a big copper charger, gold flatware, and a romantic floral arrangement. And you can’t go wrong with a peachy glass of rosé.
And of course, our trusty friend “rustic” has to make an appearance. Even a tailored dinner plate can look perfectly at home on a farmhouse table when paired with a zinc charger, distressed flatware, and a beautiful wild garland.
Kind of awesome how versatile a white plate can be, huh? It’s guaranteed to a well loved and often used part of your entertaining arsenal when you add them to your Gift Registry. We’ve got three more looks over on Crate and Barrel’s blog for you to see too. Pop over to see our take on Modern, Classic, and Casual!
One thing we love about The Fig House is that it’s already decked out in a way that basically screams for couples to make it their own. If you fell in love with it, chances are you have some ideas for making everything pop. Brittany + Steve have distinct styles and loved the jewel tones and textures, but didn’t want anything too trendy or over-styled to look back on. Think timeless, classic, and a little Gatsby. Fig House helped create just the blend, Lace & Likes executed, and Mary of Floataway Studios documented it in an equally timeless way.Read More