I have always had a secret love for garden weddings! My sister’s reception was held at a historic back garden. It turned out so gorgeous. We decided on vintage teals, blushes and neutral tones. The tables were filled with many unique wild flowers, roses and teal hydrangeas with a collection of vintage vases and lace.
Lighting was a huge element that we wanted to have. We had hundreds of candles and lights hung above the tables. Everything was so wonderful and it was my pleasure to help design and style this special day for my sister and her new husband.
Kites installation by: Lauren Earl ohisthatsoideas.blogspot.com
To be continued with wedding of the year… “Part III”
My gorgeous sister and new husband got married a couple months ago. Stacey and James have the cutest little love story and it showed in their special day. The weather was beautiful and everyone was just so happy.
The Bride and Groom decided on a Vintage English Garden Wedding, it turned out even prettier then we imagined. The day couldn’t have gone more perfect…
Tomorrow I will post pictures of the lovely English Garden Reception…
We always love receiving photos of adorable babies wearing our La Rose! We were pleasantly surprised with these two babes that were sent to us this weekend…
“Thanks Amanda for sending it in, Congrats to you on your new little baby girl! We can’t get over her cute little lips…”
She is wearing La Rose White Feather Plume headband
“Oh my goodness, I love babies with curls so much!”
She is wearing La Rose Miss Madam Qwen
Thanks to the both of you for sharing, these pictures made our day!
I am hoping you have all seen these Moroccan Poufs used in interiors all over the place. Which I will never grow tried of looking at.
I still stare and admire how amazing they are, especially with all of the detail they have. It seems that they come in every color imaginable. I have always loved an accessory that looks good and is so practical.
Moroccan poufs are one of the easiest and quickest ways to bring in a color or that personality element to any room and they have some great prices on Amazon.com.
Can you believe all of the different shades and colors they come in. It is really hard to choose, isn’t it.
interior by: Brett Beldock
Look how the bold colors of the fuchsia and the purple poufs bring these rooms a bit of modern to the decor.
Interiors that have some “Modern Moroccan flare” to them have always been so attractive to me. Which is easy to do by adding strong jewel-toned colors, patterned flooring (in tile or area rugs), wooden furniture and geometric patterns.
photo: Elle Decor
interior by: Kelly Wearstler
photo: Serena and Lily
You can find Moroccan poufs at a few places locally or online. But I did some searching and found the best prices online for you… HERE
This is another post for a few of my local readers. Recently I was lucky to find these cute “leopard coasters” at the Dollar Tree in Provo, Utah.
I am really surprised with the quality of them as well. They have a really nice cork base. They would be adorable to add to any home. Just thought you would love to know…
(I have big plans for next week, I am so excited to share with you the Vintage Garden Wedding I styled back in Sept. I think you just might really like it.)