Vintage-Modern Coral and Turquoise Wedding

Apr 6 2015

Coral and Turquoise Wedding Ideas

Today’s coral and turquoise wedding inspiration is a lovely vintage-modern color combo and a perennial favorite. April showers bring May flowers and with it, coral and turquoise weddings–a duo with a certain charm for spring and summer events. Coral is a peachy pink that is surprisingly flexible. It pairs well with a bright like turquoise, but also with neutrals too–making it ideal as a primary or accent color. Turquoise is fabulously flexible and on-trend for weddings any time of year–pairing well with so many colors i.e. purples, reds and a bright neutral like silver. From your attire and florals, to your table accents and wedding stationery, be inspired by this ever-popular color scheme. Are you a fan?

Colors: Coral | Turquoise

Coral and Turquoise wedding inspiration + free sample from MagnetStreet

Featured: Save the Date Card from the Simply in Love design suite.

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This Save the Date is from the Simply in Love design suite and features a simple monogram, and a large photo. From pastels to bold colors, this design can easily be personalized according to your wedding style.

Request a Free Custom Sample …
Get a free sample of this Save the Date–personalized with coral and turquoise. Keep it in this trendy  color combo–or change the colors to match your style and wedding season.

Free Save the Date wedding sample

Credits
For the beautiful photography in our inspiration, much thanks to …

Table Setting, Cake & Centerpiece by Nerida McMurray {via Style Me Pretty} | Bride + ‘Maids, Dresses Hanging & Flowers in Tree by Shades of Gray Photography

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25% Off All Wedding Stationery!

Apr 2 2015

We wish you a happy and blessed Easter! And before you head down the bunny trail, we invite you to take advantage of our Wedding Stationery Sale. From Save the Dates to Wedding Invitations and more, treat yourself to some savings!

Wedding Stationery Sale!

25% off MagnetStreet Wedding Stationery | Code: WBUNNY | Exp. 4/6

Happy Easter Sale 2015--25% off on Wedding Stationery

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Surprise Proposal + Tips for Popping the Question

Apr 1 2015

Surprise Proposal + Tips for Popping the Question

Awww, this surprise proposal just tugs at your heart. It’s just so sweet! You see, Alec planned a super romantic picnic proposal for his girlfriend, Sara, at Nashville’s Cheekwood Botanical Gardens. Sara was under the impression that she was attending a friend’s photography showing in the gallery. And it wasn’t until she saw the picnic basket and then watch Alec drop to one knee that she figured it out. Friends and family were cheering from the balcony and the highly emotional moment is written all over Sara’s face. We’re so excited to share this sweet surprise wedding proposal from Frozen Exposure Photography and Cinematography with y’all today; plus, offer a few tips just in case you’re inspired to do some surprising of your own! Congrats to Alec and Sara! Enjoy.

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Surprise Wedding Proposal Tips

  1. If you’re wanting a public proposal, be reasonably sure that the answer is going to be “YES!” {You’ll know in your heart of hearts.}
  2. Know whether your girlfriend is an introvert {intimate surprise} or an extrovert {public surprise}. A public surprise proposal might feel a little uncomfortable to an introvert.
  3. Choose a meaningful surprise proposal location; first date, first kiss, where you met …
  4. Oh, and be sure to hire a fab photographer {like this one!} to document the day!

surprise wedding proposal at Cheekwood Botanical Gardens

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Credits

Photographer:  Frozen Exposure Photography and Cinematography | Reception Venue: Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art | via Two Bright Lights

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Soft Gray Wedding Ideas for a Modern Day Soiree

Mar 30 2015

Soft Gray Wedding Ideas

We’re dedicating today’s Color Monday to Glacier Gray: Pantone’s spring color. Gray is one of those must-have elegant neutrals. From wearing it to designing with it–gray has a way of giving stability to your bold colors and lifting up your softer colors. It’s just that versatile. From groom’s attire to the awesome ombre wedding cake–be inspired by the variety in today’s soft gray wedding inspiration. Tell us, what is your favorite shade of gray?

Colors: Glacier Gray {CMYK: C-20 M-10 Y-12 K-0| Classic Gray| Sugar| Ivory

Soft Gray Wedding Ideas + free wedding sample

Featured: Wedding Invitation Suite from the Bed of Roses design suite.

Deets on the suite …
Classic and romantic, this Rectangle Wedding Invitation hails from the Bed of Roses design suite. Simply designed, graphic rose blooms are featured throughout this suite–while other decorative elements supplement the classic look and feel. This design suite can easily be personalized in pastels or bold colors–and according to your wedding style.

Request a Free Custom Sample …
Get a free sample of this Wedding Invitation–personalized with Pantone’s Glacier Gray. Keep it in this elegant neutral color scheme–or change the colors to match your own.

Free Wedding Invitation Sample

Credits
For the beautiful photography in our inspiration, much thanks to …

Wedding Party by AMB Photo | Groomsmen by Shaun & Skyla Walton {via Project Wedding} | Rocks by Erich McVey | Cake {via Sugar Ruffles} | Rings by Janine Deanna {via Hey Wedding Lady}

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