In honor of the first day of fall two days ago…I present “Falling in Love”! Get it? I hope so. This lovely wedding is the epitome of fall wedding. This wedding is simple with small touches of the couples’ uniqueness. Cheers to fall!
Bride and groom rings: Lauren Fair Photography
Stationary: Dan and Melissa Photography
Bridesmaids: Mary Fields Photography
Cupcakes: Ashleigh Taylor Photography
This week I have followed the #ahinspired images religiously. Inspired is a one of a kind workshop experience for creative business women to grow, connect and be inspired. The year’s workshop was held in Nashville, TN. There were 15 speakers, you can view here. One day, I will be in attendance, but until then…I will follow along via the beautiful images.
Images were taken from Instagram accounts.
Inspired: AH Inspired
swag: One Swell Studio
Table scape: Amber Housley
Watercolor map: Simply Jessica Marie
Cricut challenge: Libby Lane Press
In honor of New York Fashion Week 2014, I will share a few of my favorite upcoming looks for the spring. Kate Spade, Tory Burch and J. Crew are a few of my favorite designers. I fell in love with multiple pieces from each of their lines. I simply cannot wait for these spring items to hit the shelves!
Over the Labor Day holiday, I attended a wedding in San Antonio, Texas. The couple was absolutely in love and they had the most fun for their ribbon exit.
I have had this exit on my my mind ever since; thus, a ribbon wedding. I love adding small details to a wedding that mean something to the couple that not every might know. I like to think that this bride wore a ribbon in her hair on their first day, and it has meant something to the couple since. Here we have a whimsical ribbon backdrop, as well as, ribbons blowing in the wind from each of the bouquets. I love the texture of this cake resembling a ribbon. Of course this couple also has a ribbon exit surrounded by family and friends.
Ribbon exit: Michelle Lindsay Photography
Bouquet: Jose Villa
Cake: Cakes by Krishanthi
Backdrop: Anna Pociask Photography