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Monday, October 31, 2011

{Trend Alert} Hanging decor

Talk about making a statement from floor to ceiling… While a ceiling may not be the first thing in your wedding décor list, it presents a unique blank canvas for you to transform. Like the rest of your venue it can be customized to suit your wedding. Hanging decorations can add light or simply be that perfect addition to create the ambiance you are hoping for. (Credit source Belle The magazine )
This idea applies flawlessly to outdoor weddings, when it comes to decorating the gazebo, tent, or even just overhanging branches.
On the other hand, some indoor venues allow you to hang up decorations without requiring even the slightest change, and some may require an extra touch of creativity.
What you can do with a ceiling greatly depends on where your wedding is being held. Get some inspiration from the following gallery.  
Image credit The Loveliestday.



Mason Jars: A “must have” for a rustic-chic wedding. We have seen them around use for centerpieces and favors, but without a doubt, hanging them is the prettiest way to incorporate them into your special day. You can fill them with flowers during the day and with candles at night… 
Image credit Everythingfab

Sunday, October 30, 2011

*New: The Fabulous: Black Tie Grandeur Affair


Ola loves! This is so exciting.. finally our new segment is here... "The Fabulous" ... all about celebrity weddings & inspirations from their glitzy affairs.. This week is all about the recent grand & fabulous wedding of popular reality-tv celebrity none other than Kim Kardashian & Kris Humphries.

They were married on Saturday night at a private estate in Montecito. It was a black-tie wedding themed which took place in front of 440 guests including Ryan Seacrest and Julianne Hough, Eva Longoria, Lindsay Lohan, Demi LovatoBrittny Gastineau, Brody Jenner and Avril Lavigne. Even those in attendance were asked to follow a black and white dress code.

Moreover according to People.com, Kim wore three different Vera Wang gowns and shoes by Giuseppe Zanotti. She got her hair pulled back in a bun and secured with a gorgeous diamond headpiece. She looked so stunning in her ceremony gown which basically flatter her hour-glass figure.

Kim and Kris announced their engagement in May. Their wedding will air as a two-part special, “Kim’s Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event,” October 9 and 10 on E!.

Here are details from the wedding:

Wedding Dress: Kim wore 3 different Vera Wang dresses during the course of the evening. The ceremony dress was a strapless gown with a full tulle skirt, basque waist and hand-pieced Chantilly lace appliqué on the bodice and train. After the vows, she changed into her second dress of the night, an ivory Georgette mermaid style gown with hand-pieced Chantilly lace appliqué on the bodice and a skirt with hand-cut organza petals intermixed with Chantilly lace motifs and organza sprig embroidery. The third dress was a bias-cut crepe back satin gown with V-neck and circle skirt.

Groom’s Attire: Kris wore a made-to-measure Ermenegildo Zegna white peak lapel tuxedo jacket, black tuxedo pants with white tuxedo shirt and white bow tie. At the reception, he changed into a black peak lapel Ermenegildo Zegna tuxedo, white tuxedo shirt and black silk bow tie.

Bridesmaid Dresses: Kardashian’s sisters, Kourtney, Khloe, Kendall and Kylie were decked out in custom ivory dresses by Vera Wang. The mermaid-style gowns had flared tulle skirts. Later in the evening, they changed into white Juicy sweatsuits.

Ceremony: According to E! News, the 6 p.m. ceremony started about 30 minutes late and lasted 30 minutes. It was a traditional Christian ceremony officated by Humphries family pastor Joel Johnson.

Music: Singer Robin Thicke introduced “Mr. and Mrs. Humphries” for the first time, and then the couple enjoyed their first dance to Thicke’s “Angels.” He then invited guests on to the dance floor for the Al Green classic ”Let’s’ Stay Together.” Later in the evening, live performances were given by Earth Wind and Fire and Stevie Wonder. DJ Cassidy spun tunes for the remainder of the night.

Menu: The Wolfgang Puck catered dinner menu included Santa Barbara heirloom tomatoes with buffalo mozzarella, tomato chips, basil and salad leaves followed by a choice of hand-formed agnolotti pasta with sweet corn mascarpone and summer truffles, or roasted chicken with Yukon Gold potato puree, caramelized brussels sprouts,  summer truffles and rosemary.

Cake: The six-foot tall cake, by Hansen Cakes, was a multi-tiered chocolate-and-vanilla swirl cake studded with chocolate chips. It was staged inside a giant black and white marquee.

Favors: A boxed candle, Krispy Kreme donuts.


Vintage Weekend: English inspired favors

Vintage weddings are still a huge English trend. Courtesy from English Wedding. Combined with the huge appeal of Etsy and Folksy’s wonderful handcrafted wedding accessories and the rise of eco-friendly and rustic weddings… there has to be a perfect combination of these somewhere.

Teatime vintage accessories
Gorgeous accessories for a vintage tea from Vintage Twee!

Here are some sample of vintage teatime accessories! Inspired by English teatime: the teacup rose charms and recipe cards above would make lovely wedding favours.
Alice in Wonderland handmade
Charming Alice in Wonderland goodies from Vintage Twee
Are you having an Alice In Wonderland inspired wedding? Decorate your tables with gorgeous ‘eat me’ and ‘drink me’ tags, and treat your guests to a cup of their favourite tea with these Alice in Wonderland themed favours, designed to hold individual tea bags for the perfect wedding place setting.
wedding guest book
Vintage style wedding guest book by Vintage Twee
Another favourite bit of wedding loveliness by Vintage Twee is this wedding guest book in a vintage style.It is so beautifully crafted. Many vintage items are sourched to create her items, such as lace, pearls, jewellery, antique music sheets and romantic imagery.
vintage wedding coasters
Gorgeous birdsong coasters from Vintage Twee
These birdsong coasters are lovely, handcrafted with music sheets and decorated with a picture of a dove, surrounded by pink flowers which have been accentuated with sprinkles of gold glitter.
wedding favour box
Cute wedding favour box by Vintage Twee
This delicate little wedding favour box also can perfect for your vintage wedding.
vintage feather pillow gift box
Adorable handcrafted vintage wedding favour box by Vintage Twee
Thus lovely little feather is so cute with its rolled up scroll. These unique items are hand crafted using excerpts from a 1940s love letter from a young girl named Anna to her soldier sweetheart.
vintage wedding favour boxes
Vintage wedding favour pillows with all the trimmings!
These vintage wedding favour pillows are gorgeous, with lace and pearls, script and typography plus romantic imagery.
vintage embellished cones
Selection of vintage inspired wedding favour and confetti cones
These great paper rose cone favours would look gorgeous on your wedding tables. They have bags of potential for confetti cones as well –

Weekly Roundups 22nd - 28th Oct

Hi Sweets, here's the usual weekly wrap-ups. enjoy!

[Vintage Wedding Ideas] Love letters & ideas :: Sunset dreams Part II
[Inspire-me-boards (mon-fri)] Charmed & lovely :: Serenade me with Tiffany :: Jasmine classic :: Dark romance :: Goldilove ::
[Fabulous Fridays Inspiration] White heavenly glamourous :: Lavender classy ::
[Thursday Heels Story] Rufflelicious ::
[Creatives Tuesdays inspirations] DIY Homemade Paper Flowers ::
#Real Loves :: Special featured-board* Haley & Aman :: Special* engagement Pink Lovely ::
^^Stunning Frocks :: Vera Wang 2012 Fall Collection ::

happy weekend loves!

Saturday, October 29, 2011

IB#99: Goldilove

Timeless and elegant, a rich gold and white wedding theme is unquestionably luxurious. If you fancy gold themes & pallete, try to keep with neutral tones of whites and light golds for your decor and incorporate one stand-out element, such as a stunning metallic gold wedding cake, or a few statement centerpiece

Mood: Sexy, elegant, classy, luxurious, luminous & rich themed, timeless, outstanding
Season: Spring, autumn
Colors: Gold, beige, vanilla, buff, golden rod, dark golden rod, jasmine, gold (metallic)
Photos: (L-r) Stationery Stately stardust by Wedding Paperdivas :: Thermography invitation :: table setting by  Hayakana :: Gold Chair Favor Boxes by Wedding Favors :: Petit Fours by Dragonfly Cakes :: Gold Wedding Cake via Wedding Bee :: Gold Shoes by Circle Photo ::
Courtesy Wedding Paperdivas

Fab fridays: Lavender classy

Lavender is the ancient herb of love and devotion. These lavender flowers are timeless, classy and romantic. Your guests will be pleasantly surprised to find these pretty bouquets and unique lavender favors at your wedding. The lovely scent that fills the air on your special day will have your guests remembering your wedding day fondly for many years to come. Here is some inspiration for a lavender wedding decor.




Purple and power have always been linked. In ancient Rome, purple dyes made from mollusks were so rare only the very rich could afford them. Today, the lovely hue bedecks bouquets, dresses, decorations, and desserts, but it still maintains an aura of elegance and richness. For a classic look, pair a deep purple with blues and browns; for a modern edge, accent lavender with bright green or yellow. Either way, purple is sure to ignite the passion in you.

 Your lavender wedding invitations:




 Your lavender wedding guest name tags:


Your lavender wedding cup cakes:




Your lavender wedding favors:



Your lavender wedding cakes:




Your lavender wedding tablescapes:



Do you smell the lavender already?
Courtesy Weddings decor

Friday, October 28, 2011

IB#98: Dark romance

Black damask and glamorous baroque touches will set a Dark Romance theme for a winter wedding. Forget about the ordinary palettes, what makes this theme unique & outstanding is the lacy accents & its luxurious decor. Moreover, deep red roses are the ideal flowers to compliment this theme.

Mood: sexy, mystery, dark romance, luxury & vintage
Season: Winter
Colors: black, ivory, white, eggshell, cream, vanilla, lemon-chiffon, cornsilk, beige
Photos: (L to R) Wedding Paper Divas by Petite Damask invitation :: black themed reception decor by Ayleebits :: Centerpiece from colordesignpalette :: wedding gown by Discount-wedding-dresses :: Bridesmaids dressess ::  Damask cake by Cake Central :: Baroque Frames by Wedding favors :: 

Fab fridays: White heavenly glamorous



W e got one word for today's fabulous inspirations... "Glamourous" ... Amazingly this white gorgeous white wedding creation was hosted by Nefianto Setiono, whom an amazing floral designer creating spectacular pieces of art. Credits to trendeeflowers to share this amazing photo of this spectacular wedding. As we had mentioned before 2011 is a year of new and grand beginnings. GRAND is how Setiono put it, creating a granndeur ambiance for them. Therefore, creating your wedding decor can become a very creative process , if your styles is more splendid to a more intimate wedding, you can design your decor with this inspiration. Nevertheless, be inspired by your surroundings and create!

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

IB#97: A jasmine classic

Photo credit Snippetandink
There is something about yellow dresses that we suddenly decided to make an inspiration board out of it. Wouldn’t it make for the loveliest wedding dress? Who says a wedding dress has to be white?... Especially during summer...imagine yellow being a unique theme, in a sunny garden wedding, full of perfectly simple details, lemonade and David Austin roses. This is one of those inspiration boards we dont mind like to live in for awhile…

Mood: simple, sunny garden, classical, lovely
Season: Summer, autumn
Color: pollen yellow, garden green, aged paper, lemon-chiffon, jonquil, jasmine, stil de grain yellow
Photos: Top row from left: dress by Kate Towers via {frolic!} :: roses, invitation by Liam Stevens via ffffound! ::  lemonade :: Row 2: vintage camera via Tartelette :: garden from Paula LeDuc :: primrose necklace from J.Crew :: hors d’oeuvres buffet from Rebecca Thuss ::  Row 3: cake by K. Rose Cakes :: parasol photo by Lisa Lefkowitz :: Michaele Thunen arrangement photo by Kathryn Kleinman :: flowers by Coty Farquhar ::
Courtesy Snippetandink

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

IB#96: Serenade me with Tiffany

Blue are amongst the most composure color of all the color kingdom, representing the definition of calm & serene. The pallete speaks its true nature, with sea & beach in the background, taadaaa... they make an awesome theme! Moreover, add up with finishing touches such as clay vasses & butterfly inspired ideas, personally i think they blend well perfectly..

Mood: Composure, calm & serene, sweet, lovely, peace
Season: Spring, summer
Colors: Tiffany blue, antique flash white, cambridge blue, cornflower blue, eton blue, ivory, maya blue, powder blue, periwinkle
Photos: Bridesmaids dressess :: Photography by What Shanni Saw :: Candy :: Floral Design by Karen Lenahan Designs via Photography by E. Leigh Photography :: Birdie decor :: Photography by Tara Swain with Design and Styling by Birds of a Feather :: Christian Louboutin via Photography by Lark Photos :: Groomsmen attire :: Planning by True Event via Floral Design by Hana Floral Design via Photography by Justin & Mary :: Beach decor :: Design and Styling by Salt Harbor Designs via Photography by Millie Holloman :: Table setting :: Stationery by Angela Dal Bon Custom Invitations & Announcements, Linen by Wildflower Linen via Event Design by Merrily Wed :: Ring with butterfly stationery :: Design by Beth Helmstetter via Photography by Jose Villa :: Clay decor :: Event Design by A Regal Affair by Photography by Becca Rillo Photography :: Cake :: Floral Design by Fiore Florist with Event Planning + Design by A Shindig Southern Event Planning via Photography by Jacobus Photography ::

Creatives Tuesdays: DIY Homemade paper flowers


Hi sweeties. Yippie our Creatives Tuesdays are back!.. and we're back with new refreshing ideas for your DIY corner.. Anyways, so now we got such OVERWHELMING response to these paper decor types. Last week we feature DIY Pom Poms (incase u havent read it--)
And today we were sitting down & trying to brainstorm what would be a great backdrop for a wedding to match the brilliance of paper inspiration weddings. (Credits to Jesihaack Weddings)
In order to match these funky yellow flowers in the corner of the invites, we pulled out some construction paper and a stapler -- and started cutting some shapes and ended up figuring out these fun flowers.


Here is a DIY for all of you asking

Monday, October 24, 2011

IB#95: Charmed & lovely

 
Ola sweets!
The aura for romance is back!... certainly this palette gives us a certain ooze charm of loooove. Its amazing how the right flowers can create the right mood for a wedding theme... Personally i love the combination pastel colors & roses in their arrangement.

Mood: Romantic, charmed, pastel lovely, simple & elegant
Season: Spring
Colors: Pastel colors, beige, fawn, ivory, lemon-chiffon, najavo white, papaya whip, peach, sunset, baby pink, wheat
Photos: Bride & groom :: Event Design + Planning by Bliss Event Productions :: Photography by Carlie Statsky Photography :: Floral Design by Flower Wild :: Table decor :: Planning, Event + Floral Design by unexpected elements :: Photography by Anne Marie Photography :: Bridesmaid dresses :: Photography by Andrea Murphy Photography :: Jewelry :: Photography by Lark Photos :: Hearts of rose petals :: Event Design + Planning by Kelly Oshiro Design :: Photography by Michael & Anna Costa Photographers Ltd. :: Bouquet :: Photography by La De Da Photography :: Cake :: Photography by Jennifer Longaway :: Flowers and Event Design by Blooms by Martha Andrews ::

*New: Real-Loves: Pink Lovely

Hi sweets! More on Real-Loves this week -- we'd like to feature the newly-engaged Chef Riz (Chef Wan's son) and his lovely lady Ana Dahlia. Quite a charming occasion; complete with pink palette & retro decor. We love how well-played colors mixed with family laughters & smiles..
Do check out these gorgeous photos by their official photographer Janggut Touch...















Courtesy pics jangguttouch