Cara + Jayson’s venue was so fitting for their romantic day, you’d figure it must’ve took them months to find it. But it was actually the farm Cara grew up on in California (lucky bride!). Can you imagine? So perfect for a rustic celebration with lots of DIY projects to adorn the space and 130 guests to mingle. Thanks to the bride’s talented childhood pal, Erica of Acres of Hope Photography, for sharing!Read More
Anyone shopping around for a wedding website ATM? Allow us to introduce you to Bliss & Bone, which just launched a variety of stunning designs. (All available for perusal with their 7-day free trial.) Given our (totally healthy) obsession with pretty paper and design, a single online destination for invites, save the dates, thank yous, graphic design and more is already right up our alley. And now that they’ve launched their new wedding websites, all of you to-be-weds will have an easy time keeping a consistent wedding theme. We said they were *new*, right? No generic websites for the bride and grooms here!
Dreamy color palette, check. Bliss & Bone’s brand new website builder lets you start with a design and completely customize it. That means not only do they offer a jumping off point for designing, but once in the website builder you have access to all the prints, fonts, and colors. You can even update your design as many times as you like. They’ve also been working on a mega print + graphic gallery. Users can customize the websites using 100+ prints and graphics up for grabs (and new ones added all the time).
See the demo of Carrara.
All sites are mobile/tablet friendly, and features include the ability to collect and export RSVP info, choose from hundreds of fonts + colors (any design lovers out there excited by just the thought?), and options to create, name, and order unlimited pages. See the Moody Floral demo here.
Is it weird to envision how those floral and watercolor prints would look on our walls? Moody wedding designs will always have our hearts.
Stop by Bliss & Bone to see all the new wedding websites and design your own with a 7-day free trial. Be sure to bookmark these guys because there are a few special updates coming to their printed pieces and invitations on the horizon too.
The Basilica Hudson is already a magical venue for a fall wedding, but Jacquelyn’s Old Hollywood inspired silk gown, their whimsical DIY projects (hello paper flowers!), and all the spots W. Scott Chester snapped incredible portraits at? Now we’re onto something. Even all the string lighting throughout the reception looks extra special… See what we mean:Read More
Nick + Maryann’s wedding had so many things we love all at once: a little Anthropologie, a little organic, and lots of big, bright, head-turning flowers. (Are those coral charm peonies blowing your mind right now?) And what goes better with all those things than the magical oak tree (just wait…) at Circle Oak Ranch in Fallbrook, CA? Thanks to Ali Mae Photography for the photos!Read More
This bridal bouquet has it all, doesn’t it? That and the bride’s blush BHLDN gown (which is under $500, btw) make for such a romantic vow renewal look. Just wait till you see the rest of the French countryside-inspired details Sweetest Celebrations whipped up at a local Florida church. Thanks to Michelle March for the photos!
This indigo wedding inspiration Samantha Broderick Photography shared reminds us just how breathtaking cool tones can be. Blues, greens grays… And it doesn’t have to be coastal either. Based in Utah, the team was actually inspired by the French countryside and a slow, intentional way of life. A pretty spectacular concept to merge with a wedding theme, huh?Read More