This wedding is one of my all time favorites (I feel like I say that often,). An outdoor event with one long table is seriously one of my most favorite ways to celebrate. Having one long table sets a much more intimate mood for you and your guests… it also creates a stunning display.
Spring is my favorite season and is a great time to have a wedding outdoors. The season also calls for some of the most beautiful floral arrangements of the year. The flower display on this table gives a little pop of color to a natural atmosphere and works perfectly. Did I mention I love this wedding??
Easter and Spring home decor is something I adore and adding touches to the kitchen (my favorite place in the house) is something I’m game for! I think I’l give this a shot…
My sister lives in the most adorable farm house and her decor belongs in magazines or on HGTV. She enjoys decorating for each and every season and doesn’t let the smallest of places go unnoticed. Decorating is fun but some people truly have a niche, my sister is one of those people. She snapped a few photos of her updated Easter and Spring home decor and I was all smiles. It inspired me and I thought it might inspire a few of you as well.
I love that her hutch has eggs on a plate, a rabbit in a set of mixing bowls, and butterflies in a glass container on top of the fridge. She thinks outside of the box. Tiny decor pieces make for such a large statement. I love seeing how people decorate their homes, don’t you?
Shabby chic is a style I am a big fan of, add some vintage touches in a southern setting and you have one stunning photo shoot.
I love how they expressed the southern feel in a rustic way with the distressed initial and the candle mason jars. The pink and burlap bring in the shabby chic everyone adores and helps to create a classy place settings. The couch is a great piece that helped tie in the chic color combos and having furniture outside is genius in my opinion. The details are perfect.
Oh my Hunger Games! I’m a big fan of the books and of course loved the movie so when I came across this selection of Hunger Games food (and stunning photography) I was in awe!
Kristan from Confessions of A Cookbook Queen, an awesome site, showed her love for the Games and hosted a Hunger Games dessert party. She re-read the first book and took notes of the food to properly represent them… that’s one dedicated fan.
The poisonous berry mini cakes are my favorite! Kristan so graciously shares all the recipes from her dessert party with us, head over to her website for more details.
One of my favorite things about weddings is the ability to add touches that fit the couple and their personalities. Many couples share an item that has a special meaning, recreates a favorite memory, or is simply something they enjoy doing together. This allows the guests to get more comfy with the setting and other attendees. The options are unlimited.. blankets for an outdoor evening wedding, a fun photo booth session with friends and family, or enjoying a warm cup of specialty tea after dessert.
I am a big tea fan and really enjoy specialty teas, I would be first in line at this wedding. The tea station created here looks amazing! This couple had a vintage styled event and continued the look with the same touches on this display. These handmade tea bags also double as fun wedding favors. Simple & cute.