Thursday, January 30, 2020

Sticks and Branches

 
My Inspiration:
This glamorous stick and branch queen inspires me to use branches and sticks for centerpieces. Why not fill tall vases with braches you can find for free in nature to use as your centerpieces or spray paint sticks with glittery silver paint and hot glue them to boxes you fill with red roses?! There are just so many possibilities if you use your imagination!
 
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Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Scarf It Up

 
My Inspiration:
During the cold months it's nice to have the comfort of a warm scarf. I stumbled across the ones pictured above in a quaint little shop along my travels. I thought almost immediately it would be nice to have bridesmaids wear the same color dress and give each a different color scarf to stay warm. It would make a nice gift, give warmth, and add some extra color to your wedding day.
 
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Thursday, January 16, 2020

Wintery Mix


My Inspiration:
This beautiful wintery scene ignites all sorts of ideas for a winter wedding. The ladies in your wedding party could wear lush imitation furs and the men won't ever complain about being too hot in their tuxes. Rich jewel tones for flowers and dresses would really make this time of year come alive in photos. Carolers could sing before your ceremony starts, sleigh rides would be blissful during cocktail hour, and hot chocolate could be served throughout the evening. There is a bit of magic in the winter season.
 
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Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Soups Up


My Inspiration:
Who doesn't love a nice hot bowl of soup on a chilly day?! After making some cabbage and ham soup last week I thought to myself, this would be a happy addition to a winter wedding menu. You could serve mini grilled cheese and tomato soup during cocktail hour or start off your meal with some vegetable or Italian wedding soup. It would be a inexpensive addition your guests would enjoy.
 
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