We love these individually wrapped shawls. It’s a great way to make sure guests stay warm for those gorgeous outdoor weddings. Weather can be fickle and change on a dime, so why not be ready? Brides can mix and match to incorporate the color palette of the wedding. They can be a wonderful inexpensive way to cater to the guests and keep the color scheme flowing throughout the wedding. Plus the shawls are a cozy favor for guests to keep wearing even after the big day. It is such a cute and lasting piece of the design.
Photography: Michael & Anna Costa Photographers Ltd , Planning + Design: Joy de Vivre Wedding Coordination
I am just in love with the muted pastel color trend in fashion, and am so excited to see it making its way over to wedding color palettes. Though bright, vibrantly colored palettes have been riding high for a few years, I think that brides who prefer a quiet subtlety and vintage theme for their wedding will love the muted pastel palette.
Vintage themed weddings are particularly ideal for a dusty, antique color scheme. While brainstorming which is what led me to create the following inspiration board. I love the subtle romance, vintage feel and timelessness of this board, and hope you do too.
Photo Credits (From L to R, Top to Bottom): Invitation Suite, Lillikoi; Blue Vase Hydrangeas – Ali Harper, Etsy; Vintage dancing photo, AOL; Apple Tarts, Tartelette; Wedding Cake with Vintage Photos, Jason McGrew; Roses, Weddingbee (originally via somewhere else); Favor cones, Martha Stewart; Blue Cake with Birds (can’t remember – let me know if this picture belongs to you & I’ll add the credit); Pearl Heart Ring Holder, Heather Bullard.