Weddings are one of the most memorable moments in a couple‘s life. Your invitations are one of the most important elements in your day because they provide guests with crucial information and they set the tone for your wedding ceremony and it sets the expectations as well. They are the first glimpse your guests will receive of this one of the most special day in your lifetime that you and your betrothed are slaving over to create a perfect reflection of your love and commitment.
Here are 10 wedding invitation cards we have choosen for you. See which one is your favorite?
Boho style has been around for ages, representing free expression and personalization, a feeling of unconventional, gypsy-like decor and eclectic elements. Bohemian weddings can include vintage items any elements that fit an artistic, artisan or hand-crafted feel. There’s some definite style mixing to be crafted here. Let’s get to the boho wedding ideas!
As Pantone released the 10 spring colors for 2016 a couple weeks ago, we started the topic about 2016 spring wedding color ideas, trying to give you some wedding inspirations if you haven’t chosen your wedding color yet. Please click here to read my last post about it if you are interested in this topic. And today, let’s move onto the rest 5 colors released by Pantone and see how to apply those beautiful colors to your upcoming wedding.:)
Firstly, do you still remember the 10 spring wedding colors that Pantone released? Please don’t worry if you no longer do. Let’s review the 10 colors again.
Color No. 6 Limpet Shell
A shade of aqua that leans toward the green family, Limpet Shell is clear, clean and defined. Suggestive of clarity and freshness, its crisp and modern influences evoke a deliberate, mindful tranquility.
Weightless and airy, like the expanse of the blue sky above us, Serenity comforts with a calming effect, bringing a feeling of respite even in turbulent times. A transcendent blue, Serenity provides us with a naturally connected sense of space.
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Color No. 8 Snorkel Blue
A maritime-inspired blue, Snorkel Blue plays in the navy family, but with a happier, more energetic context. The name alone implies a relaxing vacation and encourages escape. It is striking yet still, with lots of activity bursting from its undertones.
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Color No. 9 Lilac Gray
As in most any season, the need for neutrals arises. Essentially a basic, the subtlety of the lilac undertone in, Lilac Gray, adds a distinctive edge to this classic gray shade.
As we all know, spring is a glorious time of year for a wedding due to its warming temperatures and blossoming flowers. However, it’s no surprise that choosing wedding colors is one of the most challenging choices of the wedding process. The color scheme sets the tone for the entire event, and is reflected in everything from invitations and décor to the bridal party’s attire and wedding cakes. So hereby we’ve assembled our favorite tips and tricks to help you choose your wedding color(s).
Let’s take a look at the 10 colors released by Pantone and see how to apply the color(s) to your 2016 spring wedding!
1. Rose Quartz
The soothing, calming nature of colors in the Spring collections are led by Rose Quartz, a persuasive yet gentle tone that conveys compassion and a sense of composure. Like a serene sunset, flushed cheek or budding flower, Rose Quartz reminds us to reflect on our surroundings during the busy but lighthearted spring and summer months.
The fashion and design communities, and consequently, consumers, have been in love with orange for several seasons. Coming to the fore this Spring is, Peach Echo, a shade that emanates friendlier qualities, evoking warmth and accessibility. It is an all-encompassing, tempered companion in the playful orange family.
The high energy Fiesta is a harbinger of excitement, encouraging free-spirited exploration to unknown but welcoming locales. A strong and fiery, yellow-based red, the vivid Fiesta provides a stark contrast to the calming, softer nature of this season’s palette.
A transitional color that will take us through the seasons, Iced Coffee manifests as another strong neutral for the season. With its natural earthy quality, the softness and subtlety of Iced Coffee creates a stable foundation when combined with the rest of this season‘s palette.
While the majority of the Spring/Summer palette trends toward calmness, a few diversions from the theme emerge that offer a contrast. With Buttercup designers reveal a shining beacon transporting its wearer to a happier, sunnier place.
There is something incredibly romantic about a winter wedding. Today, we’re heading over heels for winter weddings and especially these five color combinations. Check out for more details if you are getting married this winter.
1. Dusty Blue + Gray
Want to know what my favorite shade of blue is for weddings? Say hello to this blue beauty! It’s the sort of blue that exudes romance and elegance and all kinds of prettiness.
For those brides and groom to be among you looking to create a sophisticated celebration, feminine and sparkling without being too girly or super pretty, then this navy and gold wedding color inspiration should get the creative juices flowing.
As Pantone’s choice for Color of the Year, it’s a bold color. And I’m excited to share this bold palette that pairs marsala with navy blue in a way that comes across as so elegant and so sophisticated. What do you think?
Pairing the traditional Christmas wedding color palette of red and green with a chic rustic theme seemed like a natural collection to create! Though the weather outside is frightful, this sweet holiday wedding color palette inspiration board should be more than enough to keep you warm this season.
If you think there’s no setting more romantic than a blanket of snow, winter wedding is a great choice for you! Various symbols of winter, such as pine cones, mistletoe and snowflake can be added to your wedding to make it fantastic and dreamy. Let’s check them out.
1. Pine cone is a fabulous way to decorate for a winter wedding. Inexpensive and gorgeous – not to mention versatile.
2.For a winter wedding, mistletoe is an absolute must! Hanging one over your sweetheart table or the entrance to your reception is a great idea! And if you wanted to spruce it up for the holidays, you could always add some red holly berries or switch up the white velvet ribbon for something more festive.
3. Snowflakes are one of the symbols of winter, so why not include them into your winter wedding décor? Wearing snowflake accessories – earrings, headpieces, necklaces – and you’ll turn into a charming snow queen! And other decorations such as table runners, centerpieces, chairs and napkin rings can also be decorated with snowflakes. Get more inspiring ideas below!
Planning a wedding can totally consume you. However, you don’t have to spend a fortune on decorations to get featured in a wedding magazine you know only if you take some time to read the following 10 helpful and easy tips. Let’s wow your guests with easy, affordable, and unforgettable treats that you can make on your own.
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You know, guests never really know what to do with their paper programs after the ceremony anyway. So why not avoid the waste by painting over a large, salvaged mirror with chalkboard paint?
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So easy, right? Actually, you don’t need to have any prior flower arranging experience to create these simple but stunning centerpieces.
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You can hang them over the chairs by the aisle. Small daisies and lavender look best and it doesn’t require any professional flower arranging knowledge.
If you feel like “going back to the origins” and celebrate your wedding in a traditional style, then this post offers you some truly spectacular rustic wedding ideas that you don’t want to miss! You can decorate it just the way you want to! Let’s check them out one by one.
1. You can transform easily a standard folding chair into a classic sign of your rustic wedding vision with simple embellishment like burlap and flower in the pic .