via Style Me Pretty
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Beautiful backdrop designed by Dana Tanamachi! This couple used this as their ceremony backdrop/photo booth. I love how they incorporated their family members onto their backdrop.. sort of like a huge wedding program. Brilliant!!
Bow Tie Baby Shower
Monday, February 27, 2012
What an adorable baby shower theme! Love the color combination of yellow, green and blue! I can't stop smiling!!! This baby shower is AH-MAZ-ING! I'm in love with these photos :)
Photography: Gabriel Ryan Photographers
Labels: Baby Shower
Two very different veggie displays, both very nicely styled! Looks yummy and healthy :)
|via Amy Atlas Events|
Concept Design & Styling: Esther Kim of My Bride Story / Floral Design & Food Styling: Kristine Shin Designs / Photography: Serena Grace / Stationary Design: Wiley Valentine
|via Hostess with the Mostess|
Photography: Jihan Cerda Photography / Food & Dessert: Lombardi's Catering / Flowers & Event Design: Pineapple Planet Productions & Event Design
Labels: Party Food
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
I just ordered my copy of Southern Weddings V2 + V4!! I can't wait to get it in the mail!! Pretty excited! Is it weird that I'm more excited about the hand written note that comes with the package instead of the magazines? Haha just kidding! I'm excited about everything! Love their site and LOVE SOUTHERN WEDDINGS!
Order yours now! Or you'll regret it! I'm sad that V1 + V3 are sold out :(
|via Southern Weddings|
Labels: Southern Weddings
Confetti, rose petals, rice, wands... or better yet BUBBLES! Who doesn't like bubbles?? This is such a cute idea for the end of the wedding ceremony or when it's time to send off the couple. If you want to learn how to make these cute bubble jars, head over to Emmaline Bride for a supply list.
These girls are too adorable! I love their flower headpiece and cowboy boots :)
via Green Wedding Shoes
Photography: Hugh Forte
Bridesmaid Dresses: H&M
Labels: Flower Girls
A Punch of RED
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Beautiful draping for an outdoor tent wedding. The two different fabric pattern work well together adding a WOW factor to a simple tent frame. I have to admit, I was never a fan of using red in weddings, but after seeing this photo, I'm a fan!
Beautiful chuppah, perfect for a destination/beach wedding! I love the lace fabric on the side walls! Look at the details!!! So beautiful!
Labels: Ceremony Details
Sunday, February 19, 2012
I'm slowly starting to learn more about the flowers used in Weddings & Events... and so far Dahlias are one of my favorites! I love the patterns the petals make when blossoming! Just beautiful!!!
What are some of your favorite flowers ? Please do share! I need to expand my knowledge in the flower department :)
Floral Design: The Cutting Garden
Photography: Diana Marie Photography
Photography: Marianne Wilson Photography
Event Planning: Christina Molina (email@example.com)
I love love love how they used this rustic styled ladder to display their family photos and other goodies such as "Farewell Sparklers" for their guests to enjoy!
Wedding Venue: Still Waters Vineyards in Paso Robles California
Wedding Photography: Chloe Murdoch Photography
Event Design + Planning: Joyful Weddings and Events
Flowers: April Flowers
Labels: Wedding Decor
Carnival Themed Wedding
Thursday, February 16, 2012
Carnivals! Who doesn't love them? This couple brought a Ferris wheel to their wedding reception and boy it sure does make a photo look goooood! I love that the couple got to enjoy their reception from a different perspective. It's fun to mingle with your guests at an eye level, but to see it from a bird's eye view makes it quite special. It's like a quick snapshot from above, not something everyone gets to experience.
Event Design + Planning: Trisha Dean Events
Photography: Michael Segal Photography
Labels: Themed Wedding
Saturday, February 4, 2012
Hello :) I hope everyone is having a great weekend! Today I hosted a Valentine's Day lunch party with a few of my girlfriends. I have been planning this party for a couple of months now... and it's finally over! With so many ideas in my head, I didn't know where to start... but glitter was a must!!! and it had to be super super cute :)
I had a budget to work with, so you'll see a lot of things missing. Instead of table napkins, I placed a striped notebook for each girls to take home with a glitter sticker heart on top of them. These two items were the first thing I purchased in Korea which then became the two colors that I worked with. The flower vases in the center is a DIY project I've been dying to make ever since I saw them on Glitter Guide made by the ladies over at Hey Look. The lovely flowers in the center were purchased at a local supermarket for $5.99! If anyone knows the name of these flowers please let me know!
Table runners!!! Why are they so hard to shop for?? I had no idea! Because it was impossible to find the right table runner, I went to Hobby Lobby and bought a variety of ribbons to run along the center of the dining table.
And lastly, for the dessert table I went to Party City and bought a roll of ballon strings for 99 cents!! All 4 colors in one roll! What a deal!! And guess what!?? NO curling involved, I just unraveled the strings and taped them to the wall. To cover the messy taping on the top, I cut out hearts from sample paint colors I got from Home Depot and hung them onto a white string.
After a week of going to Michaels, Target, Hobby Lobby, Party City, T.J.Maxx, HomeGoods & Walmart over and over again... this is what I came up with! I hope you all like what you see :) This is all very new to me, but I had a lot of fun and I like the way everything turned out!
Happy Valentine's Day everyone!
Photography & Styling: Sarah Park
Ruffled Cake: Krystle Seu