Love in the Desert

A quiet, dusty landscape paired with the soft pink and ivory hues, simply gorgeous stationery, and texture galore are all you need for a romantic desert wedding. Add in some deep greens found naturally in cacti and succulents, and you've begun to build your desert dreamland.

An All White Wedding

Cake, florals, bridesmaids – all shades of white and ivory are oh so classy. Add some green and gray to the mix for dimension and a neutral partnership. If you’re looking to do black-and-white invitations, using brown envelopes can the invitations pop.

Married in the Metropolis

If you live in a city, like the big apple, you eat, sleep and breathe NYC. So why not use the city that never sleeps as the backdrop for your big day? An urban themed wedding is perfect for those of you who are in love with the beauty of your urban stomping grounds. Keep colors neutral such as grays, gray-blues, and browns will keep the city-vibe alive.

A Garden Gathering


A garden wedding needs a garden venue. Walled city gardens, greenhouses, overgrown farms, all of these can set the scene for your natural affair. From there, it isn't too hard to convey the theme: keep your colors neutral with browns, greens, yellows, and other earthy hues. Wedding favors, like wildflower seeds or little planters are a cute personal touch. When choosing a bouquet, look for cascading greens to enhance the garden look.



Clean and Modern Shabby Chic Wedding

 If you’re all about antiques and quiet class, a shabby chic wedding might be just the ticket. Combine worn or distressed wood texture with lace and light pink flowers, and this timeless theme will wow guests. A shabby chic wedding can be high-end or approached as budget friendly. Keep your eye out for yard sale items with grand potential, like old chairs, wooden crates, and funky farm tables. Any of these often-inexpensive items will enhance this look cost free.


Gatsby Wedding Inspiration

Party like Jay Gatsby with a vintage 20s-style wedding. Nothing says glamour and class like champagne towers and old-fashioned cars. Stick with lots of gold, white, and black for an instant classy feel. Add in light shades of pink and blue, and the wedding will start to feel like you stepped back in time. Ask your bridesmaids to find inspiration in flapper-style dresses with beaded designs, and feather headpieces are so West Egg. Oh, and make sure your men are in suspenders and bow ties, old sport!


Pomegranate, Blood Orange + Royal Blue

Today, we're pairing bright blood orange with deep red pomegranate hues and a blue of the royal variety. Texture is king here. From the intricate lace of the pomegranate gown to the watercolor invitations and floral tendril styled atop a delicate cocktail menu, we feel as if we could jump right in and experience these wedding details firsthand. 


Pomegranate wedding gown | Watercolor royal blue invitation | Pomegranate cocktail | Moroccan-inspired centerpiece | Royal blue wedding shoes

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Shades of Lavender & Rose

A late-winter or early-spring wedding begs for a color scheme like this. Rose and lavender intertwined through soft fabric textures, like velvet, and abundant florals, like lilac and wisteria. The soft purple and pink hues bring an undertone of warmth and a soothing sense of wonder. They make your heart feel joyful, calm, and filled with love, just how you want to feel on the day you say "I do." 


Lavender wedding shoes | Ring in purple velvet box | Lavender bridesmaids | Lavender place setting | Hanging purple and pink wisteria 

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