1. Why It Works Wednesday: Mint And Gold Place Setting With Texture & Shape At Play

  2. Vibrant & Captivating Impressionistic Era Watercolor Inspired Wedding

    The Impressionistic era was a powerful time in painting, heavily focusing on elements like the accurate depiction of light in its changing qualities. Short "broken" brush strokes of mixed and pure unmixed colour were used to achieve an effect of intense colour vibration. This blend of gorgeous colors left you with the feeling of something inanimate come alive. Its easy to so how such beauty can inspire a unique wedding theme & style. With an open palette, colors & patterns are allowed to run wild, crafting a beautiful symphony of attraction. California photographer Siegel Thurston photography teamed with some stellar vendors to craft a modern watercolor wedding with a slight vintage nod to the 60's. The table set up is utterly divine and I am dying over the cake!! Watercolor as a source of wedding inspiration is phenomenal and I am sure you will think so too!

  3. Champagne & Blush Sparkle For All To See In This Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center Wedding

    Stepping away from the traditional bridesmaid look can bring about some truly phenomenal results and this gorgeous wedding filled with sequined touches certainly proves that point! Elizabeth Evans D'Ascensao & Nick D'Ascensao's wedding day was steeped in traditional while pursuing more modern takes in just the right areas. Bridesmaids were dressed in gorgeous sequin dresses, while our lovely bride donned an elegant headband, shoes & clutch to perfectly compliment the ensembles! The room at The Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center was dressed in champagne & blush tones with beautiful florals for pops of color. Elizabeth & Nick's wedding is a beautiful take on traditional with the perfect about of modern embellishments!

  4. Antebellum Inspired Bridesmaids’ Luncheon ~ The Perfect Outdoor Spring Time Affair

    I am all kinds of swoony in love with this gorgeous styled shoot! Firstly let's discuss the bridesmaid luncheon, if you have not really heard of it {sadly a tradition that has largely slipped away from us} it is a petite party thrown by the bride herself where she plays host to her bridesmaids & close friends/family to thank them for their support through out. Typically brides will host this event close to the final fitting, sometimes even the day before the wedding itself. I adore this idea and would love nothing more then to hear of this tradition picking back up again! Your lovely ladies are there for you throughout so many ups & downs, its a wonderful treat to thank them with a sweet party, to really let them know how very much you value them by your side. An incredible team of Texas vendors crafted a stunning styled luncheon, inspired by the wonder of the Antbellum era. Light lovely colors hallmark the day while flowing fabrics & soft pastel florals served up some gorgeous imagery. Never one to stray from the sweet south, treats like pecan pie & peach bellinis greeted the guests. This shoot is pure spring eye candy, the kind that makes you want to throw your own adorable fete straight away!