The chic yet soft and calming look of a mauve and dusty pinks palette is a gorgeous way to add subtle color that isn't completely neutral and also brings a pop of brightness to your magical day. Shades of mauve and pink colors with gray undertones complement white and leafy greens. This lovely look can be paired with any decor that fits your personality. From filling mason jars to complementing desert cactus, mauve can tie together anything that speaks to you. But, no matter what, our hearts will forever skip a beat over the oh so magical Mrs. Box.
It's Tablescape Tuesday and we're swooning over this magical mauve and lavender masterpiece by A Savvy Event. From the elegant textured linen to the etched glassware and Louis Chairs, this table has something for everyone. The abundant florals had us at "hello," with artisan garden roses, clematis, and jasmine vine cascading overhead.
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We can always count on Grace Loves Lace to showcase magical gowns. We are swooning over this flattering and fit Inca dress made with French and Japanese lace. The low elegant statement back is paired with a straight boat neck and a delicate full lace sleeve. This ivory-colored contemporary gown is simply romantic.
Sunny skies, salty air, and pops of neon pink are on our minds this week. A modern tropical wedding is the perfect fit for a couple looking to keep simple in paradise while adding modern flare. The whites of a classic wedding, combined with tropical green, should be the base of your palette, giving guests a clean and modern feel. Add pink with bright flowers for a more natural pop, while keeping it modern and chic with Pin-perfect modern neon decor.
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Finding a bridesmaid dress that is perfect for every one of your gorgeous “I do” crew ladies can be tricky. With everyone having different body types, one style might not look magical on everyone. We love the idea of every bridesmaid coordinating but not wearing the same exact dress. Luckily, Show Me You Mumu has the answer. Selling dresses of many different styles in the same material and pattern, this go-to online boutique can make every bridesmaid feel stunning on your special day.
Attention, all future boho brides! We are head over heals for this '70s-style hippie gown by Daughters of Simone. A unique keyhole neckline and long sleeves with exquisite detail from shoulder to wrist make this gown one to put at the top of your boho list. The Abbott also features a fully exposed back with the front fitted and a cascading skirt that features a rounded train with eyelash lace and a scalloped trim. Absolutely magical!
With spring right around the corner, we are loving soft, spring-like colors. A blush and mauve palette is not only subtle and elegant, but it is also a perfect way to add color to the scene without overpowering the beauty of wedding white. Mauve is a shade that gives a deeper color while keeping the subtle and soft vibe of blush. Using flowers, such as peonies, that often come in the perfect shade of blush pink is a great way to continue the color throughout – not to mention, peonies are just simply magical.
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This week, we are loving the presentation and warm flavors of cardamom-infused gin, the tart pucker of grapefruit, and the earthiness of rosemary mixed with the bubble of prosecco, all meeting in one delicious cocktail glass. This grapefruit-cardamom gin fizz drink may just be the signature cocktail you are looking to serve on the big day.
Grapefruit-Cardamom Gin Fizz
Infused Gin and Rosemary Syrup
1 c. gin
6 cardamom pods
1 c. sugar
1 c. water
2 rosemary sprigs
2 oz. rosemary syrup
3 oz. infused gin
1/2 c. grapefruit juice
splash of prosecco
rosemary sprigs for garnish
grapefruit peel for garnish
1.) In a small jar with an airtight lid, add gin and cardamom pods. Seal and store for 24 hours.
2.) In a small saucepan, bring sugar, water and two rosemary sprigs to a simmer until sugar is dissolved. Remove from heat, and allow to cool completely. Remove the rosemary and use right away, or store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to a week.
3.) To make the cocktail, add rosemary syrup, infused gin, and grapefruit juice over ice in a cocktail mixer and stir. Using a strainer, divide the mixture in two and pour directly into glasses filled with fresh ice. Top with prosecco, and garnish with a sprig of rosemary and a grapefruit peel. Cheers!
Thanks to The Modern Proper for this recipe!