1. Why It Works Wednesday: Unique Wedding Venue Crushing UK Edition The Eden Project

    Thanks to my girls at Bespoke Bride, I have found what I quite possibly consider to be one of the most amazing unique wedding venues around, certainly a top favorite of my own! Earlier this year, the gals featured an otherworldly real wedding that was the most magical blend of chic glamour intermixed with wonderfully cheeky whimsical touches. While the wedding as a whole is WIWW worthy {I must insist you check out the full wedding, its incredibly wonderful!}, it's the venue itself I want to focus in on.

  2. Why It Works Wednesday: The Paper Circle Watercolor Backdrop

    One of the hotter trends these days that I utterly adore are backdrops. Ceremony, photobooth, dessert bar, you name it, backdrops are being crafted out of just about anything and used for just about everything. Albeit a bit of an 'oldie' at this point {from a wedding only a handful of years ago} I came across a backdrop that I am beyond crushing on that is ever so relevant with today's gorgeous wedding trends. The wedding was outdoors with a lot of lovely paper details shot by Annie McElwain Photography featured on Green Wedding Shoes. While there are plenty of lovely little details done for the wedding as whole that we could get into, its the head table backdrop that I want to discuss!

  3. Why It Works Wednesday: The Minimalist Chic Ceremony

    I have said it before and I'll say it again, the ceremony setup and design is one of the more intricate and meaningful pieces of the day and it's sadly often put by the way side. In the name of budget or the desire to have one less item to cross off our list, all to often not much is done and we eagerly skip to the next part of the wedding for stylish focus. The reality is that there are a multitude of touches that can be put together to utterly transform a space. Naturally there are venues not all that accommodating to decor but such is life, however with a little thought there is always a way. This dreamy ceremony space featured on Ruffled shot by Sloan Photographers is a beautiful example of what just a few key touches can do to make a raw space, simple luxury.

  4. Why It Works Wednesday: BHLDNs Tallulah Wedding Dress

    There is a certain wedding dress that I pinned recently, above all the others, that has garnered the most click through activity. What I mean to say is that the attraction to this particular dress has gone far beyond simply repinning something lovely. Those viewing the wedding dress are so intrigued by the design, that they are actually heading over to the site that it came from. The dress I am speaking of is BHLDN's Tallulah Gown. Before we get into why it is that this gorgeous gown from Catherine Deane is so appealing, lets chat about the basics shall we? The wedding dress is fashioned in flowing silk styled in a manner, as BHLDN puts it, of regal antiquity with the dress meant to skim the floor. Crystal detailing adorns the wedding gown in the form of a non-removable Diamante belt & sheer cap sleeves & back.