Winter Wedding Ideas With Luxe Metallic Accents

Oct 12 2015

Winter Wedding Ideas With Warm Metallic Accents

In need of winter wedding ideas or simply want to add a bit of luxe into your wedding? If so, you’re in luck! Today’s “Color Monday” inspiration is for a luxe winter wedding–gleaming with metallic accents. The rich neutrals of the color scheme speak to a rustic style while accents of bronze and gold bring shimmer and shine to the ambiance. Are you using metallics in your wedding?

Lovely for a rustic-romantic wedding near the holidays…

3 ways to warm your wedding look with metallics

  1. a lustrous invitation suite: opt for “luxe pearl” premium paper. The iridescence of the paper softens the look of your design and images–for a subtle yet glam look.
  2. luminous accessories from head to toe: create your own personal glow with pretty adornments such as a gold leaf headband and shimmering shoes.
  3. gleaming tablescapes: metallic flatware and goblets will drink in the candlelight and soft lighting to help further the romantic ambiance.

Colors: Bronze | White | Gold | Chocolate

Winter wedding ideas with metallic accents in a rich and gorgeous color scheme of bronze, white, gold and chocolate

Botanical Garland Wedding Invitation

Part of our Botanical Garland design suite, this invite features whimsically arranged florals in a wreath. In a fanciful encircling of your names, try out this design {printed on luxe pearl paper} customized in your customized color palette. See it in person …

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Botanical Garland invitation suite--personalized in bronze, white, gold and chocolate. Get a free sample (in your colors)


Photo Credits:
For allowing us to use their photography … much thanks to:

Couple Callie Hobbs Photography {via Green Wedding Shoes} | Shoes Brooke Schultz Photography {via Calie Rose Floral & Event Design} | Jewelry | Chairs Benjamin Lowry {via Wedding Chicks} | Table Setting Dan Fredo {via Ruffled Blog}

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Winter Colors! The Trends Are Out!

Oct 9 2015

The Winter Colors Trend Report

What’s hot for winter? We’ve compiled 8 trending winter color palettes for the pending cooler season–and some may surprise you! Even if you don’t necessarily “follow” the trends, it’s fun to see what’s in for the season. A fun pop of color in your accessories is a great way to keep a current look and feel. That said, the winter colors and trend report holds a few surprises–from pretty pastels {not just for summer anymore!} to opposites attract {think navy and sunset orange}. We love the yin-yang feel of some of these combos that are both masculine and feminine at the same time. Our favorites? Let’s see: sage–a warm neutral that elevates every other color it’s next to and then there’s steely gray paired with jewel-toned teal {yes, please!}. Check out all 8 palettes and let us know what your fave winter shade is!

8 winter color palettes trending for the cool season! Some just may surprise you.

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Sunflower Engagement Photos That Van Gogh Would Love!

Oct 7 2015

Sunflower Engagement Photos In A Field of Happiness

Vincent van Gogh would love Kaitlyn and Travis’ sunflower engagement photos–so full of charm and energy. Like being surrounded by thousands of smiley faces, these two couldn’t look happier in this field of sun-seeking flowers. The cheeriness is contagious too, isn’t it?! You can’t help but smile and get your happy on. Enjoy the sweetness of this sunflower-filled, sunshine-y sesh from Nicolette Sessin.

Sunflowers Make the Perfect Wedding Flower {don’t you think?}

  • symbolize adoration and loyalty
  • great complement to a rustic or country style
  • can be easily combined with other flowers to raise the chic factor
  • they’re so cheery! {they literally seek out the sun}

Fall engagement photos in a field of sunflowers

Kansas sunflower field engagement session

Hiding behind huge sunflowers

Fun engagement photo in sunflower field

Unique engagement ring shot on a sunflower

Sunflower field engagement photo

Sunset engagement photo in a field of sunflowers

Sunset engagement photos in a Kansas sunflower field


Photographer: Nicolette Sessin | via Two Bright Lights

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Minimalist Approach To A Rustic Winter Wedding

Oct 5 2015

Rustic Winter Wedding That’s Oh So Soft & Serene

Today’s “Color Monday” inspiration is for a relaxed but elegant rustic winter wedding with soft neutrals and a pop of burgundy. Imagine a quiet winter wedding–where the snow is falling gently and the wedding style is eclectic and minimalist. In mismatched dresses, your bridesmaids are kept warm wrapped in cardigans and wearing winter boots. {Super fun–great photo ops, right?!} The venue, of course, is located in a place that sings of warmth and romance–perhaps a mountain resort or a chalet that complements the rustic ambiance you’re going for. And setting the mood–is an invitation suite that draws guests into the nature-inspired look and feel. The winter berries {in design and color}, breathe joy into a snowy scene and a neutral color palette. And, they can easily be carried through to enclosure items and wedding décor itself. So gorgeous!

If you were having a winter wedding, what do you see as the most important design or décor element?  

Colors: Sage (C54 M30 Y64 K2) |  Chocolate |  Champagne  |  Burgundy

Rustic winter wedding with a color palette of sage, brown, pink and burgundy.

Winter Berries Invitation Suite

This whimsical design suite features a darling berry-filled wreath–sweetly situated at the top. Snowflake accents are also found throughout this nature-inspired design. Put your own personalized spin on this rustic design–so perfectly fitting for a winter wedding. Want to see Winter Berries in person?

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Darling for a rustic winter wedding, get a free sample of this invitation suite adorned with whimsical winter berries.

Photo Credits:
For allowing us to use their photography … much thanks to:

3 Winter wedding images by Paper Antler {via Style Me Pretty} | Cake image by Hanke Arkenbout {made by Femke Ditmars {via 100 Layer Cake}

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