Marsala is the 2015 Pantone “Color of the Year,” and we love how it is used in this stunning wedding bouquet. The subtle combination of beige, blush pink, green, and plum, paired with the marsala, is understated yet absolutely elegant. And, of course, you’ve got to have those trailing wedding bouquet ribbons.
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For the bride who seeks refinement and structure, Charlie Brear brings us a bias cut slipper satin sheath gown with a V-neck and fitted bodice featuring simple, satin buttons. The low, sultry back and short satin train add a little spice to the situation while your styling options are endless because of its structured simplicity. Consider adding a bold necklace or lace jacket to this slim-fitting gown.
We simply adore a garden wedding where terra-cotta pots and perfectly worn furniture fit the bill. Lace accessories, a yellow bow tie, and some Hunter boots don’t hurt either. Get inspired to throw spring or summer garden soiree that overflows with natural, earthy details.
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After finding inspiration in a local fabric store, the bride, Jess, decided on a varied and playful color scheme, including a variety of shades, like sea foam, mustard yellow, and a blush pink. From the bridesmaids’ dresses to the escort cards and the playful pennant flags waving in the breeze, these signature colors were folded in to every detail. And with swoon-worthy flowers by Petal Floral Design, this dreamy mid-summer wedding is sure to inspire.
We love a girl with style and sass, and this Boston bride has got both. That blush mermaid silhouette wedding gown (tulle for days) and those super stylish sequin-clad bridesmaids are both to die for. And that wild bouquet with the blush and maroon ribbons…well, don’t even get us started! Our hearts just skipped a beat.
Kate Middleton is as timeless as the lace-sleeve trend she kick-started at her 2011 royal wedding to Prince William. Designer Claire La Faye has received the memo and so much more. These delicate three-quarter-length Chantilly lace sleeves continue into a drop-waist bodice and a full-flare A-line chiffon skirt with a dreamy 18-inch train. Elegant buttons up the back add the perfect final touch.
Friends and family came from around the globe to celebrate at this stunning wine country estate in Stellenbosch, South Africa. The Aleit Group provided the look: crystal chandeliers and gossamer lighting suspended over sweeping Tuscan tables dressed in soft cream linens and lined with blush-colored taper candles and amber glassware. Bridesmaids in all white added an angelic touch. And that wedding dress! The structured, detailed bodice and full skirt provided the final exclamation point.