I love the soft romantic colors of spring, soft pinks, purples in yellows… Above yellow takes centerstage and adds a pop of brightness.
Sage green is another lovely color on which to play aganist. For a wedding I could see using a sage velvet, milk glass containers and spring blooms like clematis, lavender, and ranunuclus.
Of course soft pink is a classic base color. You could drape your table in a soft pink and overlay a couple of layers of pink tulle for a slighty ballet-ish feel. Add in some muted white and peach flowers with a hint of yellow, and you’d have one pretty table. Would you use pastels for your wedding or home?
Photos: 1. Right: Unknown Left: Lilietne 2. Right: via The Alternative Bride Left: via Naughty Shorts 3. Right: Lynette Wills via Behind Ballet Left: Jeremy Harwell via 100 Layer Cake
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This week I’m feeling inspired by deep fuchsia and bright reds and I’m in love with these two photos. On the rocks will (finally) be returning next week and I’m so excited to share some new libation ideas with you (you can see a sneak peek right here).
I’m prepping for a 12 (yes 12!) look bridal shoot which will be revealed March 29th so posting will probably be a bit sporadic next week as I run back and forth to LA to retrieve dresses, pick up flowers, and pull props.
In the meantime, here are some weekend links, enjoy!
Obsessed with this wedding via Once Wed
A puppy wearing a bow tie via Snippet & Ink
Make pretty tacts for your office via Creature Comforts
Saipua never fails to impress, check out these hellebore
Photos of Paris, so dreamy via Cherry Blossom Girl
A simple & modern valentine’s day table via Sunday Suppers
Images via my pinterest. If you have photo credit let me know!
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