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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

IB#177: Frenchie Vintage Loves Floral

Ola Sweeties! Its awesome inspiration time of the day! We loves fresh & new & ideas for all kinds of weddings affairs and we welcome all ideas from all of you fans out there. And thanks to your feedback - we love to give you more and more new ideas each week! For today's inspiration - we're in the mood of floral french vintage. Let's look at this board, we opt for clean palette (somehow ivorish, vanila, pale muted colors) seems like a trend these days. Its breathtaking and full of mystery. A touch of classicness in the present wedding day gives an elegant affair. Perhaps, now we can really make use of those grandma's antique english setting and mum's Queen Anne's silver.. and for malay brides' silver trays are epic classic!

Mood: Breathtaking, mysterious, classic elegance in modern era
Season: Autumn
Colors: Muted colors, antique white, cornsilk, beige, vanila, ivory, linen, old lace, eggshell, munsell
Photos: Credits :: Top Photo (from left to right) :: Silver tray by Amal Hantaran :: Vintage Accesories via Umla :: L.o.v.e scrable sign via Style me pretty ::  Reception decor via Martha Stewart Weddings :: Pearls accesories via Lets play Nought & Crosses :: Gown with Floral embellishment from Claire Pettibone's bolero of silk flowers via Martha Stewart Weddings :: Details dress Unknown :: Plates via A cottage in the Woods :: Cake by Maggie Austin cake :: Antique tea cup & pocket watch via Soft beauty :: Shoes Louboutins, photography by Float Away Studio via Style me Pretty ::

"Only when we give joyfully, without hesitation or thought of gain, can we truly know what love means".~ Leo Buscaglia

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Creatives Tuesdays: DIY Hydrangea & Mum Bouquet

Hello loves! Hows the week so far? We're super happy with the return of Creatives Tuesdays! And this week we want to share with you (Thanks to Wedding Chicks)  on how to custom make your own rustic bouquet - which is just not ordinary bouquet- a Hydrangea one!  So, for this posting, we're psyched that the photographer, Jaimee Morse, worked together with the bride to get instructions to DIY these yourself. All you need are a few simple supplies.  Let's begin!

Monday, February 27, 2012

IB#176: A Duchess moment

Helo loves! Another week at the edge of February month. And suprisingly we're almost at the end of 2012 first' quarter! For this inspiration, did you brides, ladies grew up with Jane Austen? She's amongst the famous English romance noveliest during our teenage years. Her romance idealism was adapted into many of her famous novels such as Sense & Sensibility, Pride & Prejudice, Emma etc. To the fact, hollywood had instill them into movies. Her romance ideas are always filled with the ever-famous English gardens of roses & lavender, the ultimate proper white feminine gowns, the romantic sways and updos and the laces fashionable wear. Basically if you're a fan of hers'- you can incoporate a Jane Austen inspiration. Who would appreciate more than us, having old classic books or antique teacups as your decor to add to the vintage feel?  Certainly we don't have to live in England or have access to an English manor, instead we can be inspired by creating a backyard garden wedding into one fit for a duchess or queen!

Mood: Vintage feel, Jane Austen romance, lovely
Season: Spring, Autumn
Colors: Muted palettes, ivory, sephia, antique white, pink, beige, cornsilk, eggshell, papaya whip, vanilla
Photos: Credits :: Top Row (left to right) ::  Manor via 100 Layer Cake :: Lace Umbrella from Pink Frosting :: Antique books via Classic Bride :: Model via Jennifer Behr ::  Bottom Row: Bridal gown via 100 Layer Cake ::  Table setting photograph by Jessamyn Harris ::  lavender photograph by Jose Villa :: Flower vase via Style me Pretty ::   

Vintage Weekends: Inspired by Temperley London

Ola lovelies! Hows the weekend going? We hope you are havin an awesome one. Since the weather has been raining off/on, somehow the misty atmosphere draw us back to the classic era- where haircombs, brooch hairpieces was huge wedding accesories favorites of the brides and lacey lace was a bridal fashion that never fade. That is why we fell in lovely instantly with this gorgeous "Long Honeysuckle Dress."

Weekly Roundups: Feb 19th - 25th

Hello loves! We know you are havin a fabulous weekend... so  here's to summary postings for this week and cheers to a good weekend guys!  --

Sunday, February 26, 2012

IB#175: A Classic Twist

Ola loves! we're back to weekend inspirations.. We loooves how creative a bride can be when planning a wedding. A vintage twist instil in a modern day wedding is one of our faves theme. So brides, something old can also be a good addition to the something new -- and yet it can be profoundly beautiful...

Mood: Vintage twist, profoundly beauty, Sweet
Season: Spring, Autumn
Colors: Ivory, old lace, linen, antique white, beige, metallic colors, cosmic latte, cornsilk, papaya whip
Photos: Credits :: Top from left to right :: Chandelier, photography by Ministry of Moment :: Mirror and lace corset via Style me Pretty :: Mini cakes, Shoes, Christian Louboutin  via Martha Stewart Weddings :: Bridal gown by Lyn Ashworth :: Cake by Maggi Austin Cakes :: Antique lil teapots by Faris Fakri Photography ::

IB#174: A Chanel Inspired

Hello loves! Yippie-- weekend has returned and lets make this 2 days a great one! For this board - we want to credit Oh lovely day for their fabulous collaboration board. These were credited from Style me Pretty, from the awesome talent of Jasmine Star through the success vintage Chanel inspired bridal shower shoot. What amazes us most is how perfectly elegant this board has become. The pearls, the pink palettes and the peonies and poppies floral arrangement  absolutely agree with us.

Mood: Romance elegant, lovely vintage inspired
Season: Spring
Colors: Pink, linen, beige, cornsilk, papaya whip, peach, cosmic latte, vanilla
Photos: Credits :: Top Row from left to right ::  Florals from Flowerwild via The Bride's Cafe :: Floral from  Belle Fleur via The Bride's Cafe :: Chanel Perfume via Snippet & Ink, mirrors via DecorPad :: Middle Row:  Invitation from Laura Hooper Calligraphy :: necklaces via Snippet & Ink :: macarons via Baked Blog
Bottom Row ::  Bouquet from Martha Stewart Weddings :: room via DecorPad :: pearls from J.Crew, gown from Dolly Couture ::

Fab Fridays: A Neutral Affair

Ola ola lovelies! Its awesome to have Fab fridays back! and we got so much inspiration to share with you brides to be out there. So, for todays posting - let's give a WHITE a comeback!huhu The neutral palette - the ivories, the antique whites, vanillas and cream. These neutral palettes has fabulously shown us how the new wedding era has emerged; creating the ever gorgeous wedding style which will never ever fade for years to come... 

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Stunning Frocks: Mademoiselle beauty

oscar collection caroline castigliano madamoiselle
Wow wow. These elegant wedding dresses are really really gorgeous! We can't stop starring at these lovelies from head to toe... again and again..Give designer Caroline Castigliano a round of applause for her brilliant pieces in this Oscar Collection. They're all about elegance, classy and sophisticated altogether. Perfectly in french Chantilly lace embellishments over a  pure silk duchess satin corset and dramatic circular silk organza skirt. Credits to Wedding Inspirasi for these wonderful pieces. So brides to be's, hopefully you'll get super inspired with these super classy gowns that definitely will make you the queen of the night.

IB#173: Dramatic Loves

Hi sweets! Hows the thursdays goin? Dont fret - one more day and yay its another weekend! So, here's another inspiration for the day - hope to ease those with the bluuues. Today's inspire board - we want to feature something dramatic yet classic. We know how much flowers can give effect for a wedding. Especially the oversized; gigantic ones - enough to make a full brides' statement right? So, this time we incoporate them with laces and the scrumptious mini cakes from Martha Stewart. And of course the inspiration of the ever beautiful Kathryn in her vintage gown, perhaps enough to make one dramatic wedding!

Mood: Dramatic effect, Vintage & laces, lovely
Season: Spring, Autumn, winter
Colors: Ivory, old lace, antique white, floral white, eggshell, pearl
Photos: Credits :: Top from left to right :: Beautiful Kathryn, photography by Elizabeth Messina via Snippet & Ink :: Cupcake with Love via Tumbltr :: Vintage Setting via Ruffled Blog :: Lace corset Ron Ben Israel cakes via Martha Stewart Weddings :: Louboutin Shoes by Souder Photography via Style me Pretty :: Oversize rose head piece via Tumblr :: Mini cakes via Martha Stewart Weddings :: Nude rose purse bridesmaids via So cute things :: Gown and bouquet by Christine Farah Photography  :: Cupcakes & lace covers via Style me Pretty :: Ivory balsa wood white lace with rhinestone brooch via JL Designs :: 

"Kindness in words creates confidence. Kindness in thinking creates profoundness. Kindness in giving creates love."~ Lao Tzu

Thursday Heelsday: Glam Fabulous

Ola loves! Yippie Lovely heelsdays are back.. and more hot stuff coming up. Today's posting is the second series of lastweek's Glamour Girl; which brings more sequins and rhinestones embellishments on today's heels. Who says a bride has to be all conventional white shoes? A fabulous bride would dare to be different :) Let's shine up the feet ladies!

IB#172: Pretty pretty ribbon

Helo loves! hows the week going? We hope you guys having a sunshine week! Us too! Yesterday we had some chats with some of you wedding vendors out-there quering about your services- and we were so overwhelmed with your responses & feedback! Auwww... you guyss so sweet.Thank you dearies for supporting us and following us... We heart all each of you.. :) We welcome any feedback & improvement ideas for our betterment. Keep it comin' <3 Back to today's Inspire-board- since we're in a lovey dovey mood; we want to bring you more ribbons & flowery inspired palette. For those who looooves the English style, add up touches of spring colors, extravagant setting and a flair of ribbons - giving a fabulous wedding do for any season!
Mood: English Style inspired,
Season: Spring, summer
Colors: Soft pastel, baby pink, ivory, old lace, linen, magnolia, papaya whip, cosmic latte, antique white
Photos: Credits :: Top from left to right :: Favors in white ribbon via Martha Stewart Weddings :: Bow Heels via Tumblr :: Cake and Table Setting via Martha Stewart Weddings :: Dress by Pronovias via Wedding Inspirasi :: Rose pattern Tea set via So Cute Things :: Favor rose mugs via So Cute things :: Bow wedding dress via Belle ::

"Few is the number who think with their own minds and feel with their own hearts."
- Albert Einstein

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Creatives Tuesdays: Fancy Ombre Sugar Hearts

Helo sweeties! We're so glad our DIY Creatives are back and we have some super sweet treats for all you! For those of you DIY fans, this week we want to share with you these awesome fabulous Sugary hearts! Credits to Wedding Chicks for featuring these homemade with loves by  Erica O’Brien Cake Design and Brooke Allison Photography. These loveys  have created these super awesome decor which can be easily used in any events for wedding favors, or perhaps as a special surprise for your sweetie on Valentine’s Day or even decor for the cutest wedding cake in the world.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

IB#171: Sugar Sugar Hearts

Morning loves!  Yippie Its a fresh new week!... We hope you guys have rested well last weekend. This week, we're so femininely inspired. Thanks to EA Designs, this board is specially made for those who have the hots for sweet color combination of tiffany blue and baby pink.  Who knew they're opposite palettes that work flawlessly in a sophisticated manner. Classic and timeless, this is very much perfect for the romantics to-be's at heart and nonetheless perfect too for a wedding brunch or pretty bridal shower!
Mood: Lovely, sophisticated, sweet romantic, classic & timeless, ultra feminine
Season: Spring
Colors: Light pink, ivory, milk white, light blue, tiffany blue, linen, old lace
Photos: Credits :: Top row l-r :: Tiffany blue shoes image by Corbin Gurkin Photography from Style Me Pretty :: hand-drawn calendar from Creature Comforts :: coffee and calligraphy napkin from Martha Stewart :: pink and blue place setting from Wedding Style Guide via Once Wed :: Middle row: muffin favor and escort card image by Jill Thomas Photography and styling by Carter and Cook Event Company :: pink and blue china image by Jenny Haas via Love the Day :: stationery with pink wax seal image by Our Labor of Love by Heidi :: Bottom row :: bridal suite inspiration shoot image by Missy Photography :: pink and blue bouquet image by Christa Elyce Photography :: pink flowers in blue vase from 79 Ideas :: pink ruffle cake from Martha Stewart ::

Monday, February 20, 2012

Vintage Weekends: Fancy Retro Treats

Credit image Wedding Cake
Ola sweeties! Hows the weekend goin? Hope u guys having a peachy peach weekend weather there. For us, it was not so much - was more of a wet weekend :) We're glad Vintage Weekends are back! Today we'd love to feature Fancy Treats from the Retro era or those influenced treats from that era.

Vintage Topper Wedding cake
Lately, extravagant wedding cakes display seems like a MUST haves in weddings nowadays (compared to the taste). A vintage cake topper can be a wonderful addition to a modern wedding cake. Picking the perfect one is also a lot of fun. Whether you are sentimental, whimsical, or elegant, there is a vintage wedding cake topper that would be just perfect for your wedding cake. The topper that you select are the focal points of your wedding reception. More and more brides are turning to the classic vintage wedding cake toppers to give their cakes that little extra something special. To help you find the perfect piece, this is what you should know about vintage wedding cake toppers. 
If you are lucky, you will have a vintage cake topper someplace in your family. Using the same decoration on your wedding cake as your parents did on theirs would be a very sweet detail that would make your cake more meaningful. If your parents do not have their cake topper, be sure to ask around in the rest of your family. You might just find that your aunty has your grandmother’s vintage topper tucked away in a box in her attic just waiting for you.

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Weekly roundups: Feb 13th - 19th

Heloo sweeties! Here's to sum up  last week's postings --

[Vintage Weekends]  :: Wedding Charmed :: 
[Inspire-me-boards (mon-fri)] :: Sweet Peachy Romance ::: Coral Lemonade :: Confetti of Looove :: Classic Sea of Mint & Ivory :: Teal Age of Innocence ::
[Creatives Tuesdays] DIY Milk Vases ::
[Thursdays Heelsday] Glamour girl ::
[Fabulous Fridays Inspiration] :: 10 Biggest Pre-Wedding Mistakes in Wedding Planning ::
[Stunning Frocks] :: A Vintage Flair for the bride ::
{Trend Alert} :: Pom Pom We Heart heart ::

IB#170: Teal Age of Innocence

Teal Innocence | Wedding Inspiration Board | Wedding Nouveau
Teal Innocence _ Color Palette _ Wedding Nouveau
Ola loves! Today's inspiration we have the mood for some teal! Huhu... So Teal is the dreamy color, perfect for the green lovers who loooooves a lil touch of blues in their theme. We found this palatte while day dreaming about Tiffany's & co (which bride doesn't)... Add a lil touch of greys and whites (perhaps ivory); and voila you get a lovely theme! (thanks Wedding Nouveau)

Mood: Day dreaming, Lovely, In between 2 colors
Season: Spring, Autumn, Winter
Colors: Teal, Gray and White
Photos: Credits All Images ©.  Top from L to R: :: Bed room photo by Domino Deco via Automatism :: teal wrist bow by Anna Inghardt :: cobble stone street photo by Shawna Herring; Feather headpiece by Bethany Lorelle :: Middle row :: teal telephone by ©moS; cupcake by Paula Hennig via here; Yin & Yang kittens by Leslie Ann O’Dell :: The End scrabble piece by Lola’s Room :: Bottom read :: Tiffany bag by Miranda Karkling and Jason Nicholls via C Star Events :: chair photo by Katya de Grunwald :: soup photo by Sandra Lane :: balloon photo via Brown Button ::

Fab Fridays:10 Biggest Prewedding Mistakes in Wedding Planning

Hi loves! T.G.I.F! Its good to have Fab friday's back.  So for today's posting - we want to indulge you with the common mistakes most couples to-be's do when planning their wedding. Even the smartest, most on-top-of-things couple can also make mistakes during these crucial times if not planned well from the beginning. Here are the 10 things you should keep an eye on before saying I do.

1. Blowing off your wedding budget.

For the fact we all know it costs a lot of money to throw a wedding. Many times, excited brides start booking vendors and making purchases without having a real budget and then are shocked to discover they've already spent all of their money (or parents' money) and don't yet have half the things they need. Brides to be; take note: if you bounce checks or don't have the money to pay your deposits or make your final payments on the wedding day, your wedding will not happen. Most type vendors such as the band, makeup artiste etc is not going to perform if you don't pay. Planning a wedding is serious business. Make a budget and keep track of your expenditures so you won't be walking naked down the aisle.

2. Messing up the marriage license.

There are so many rules surrounding marriage licenses. For instance, some countries or states require couples to apply their licence 60days before their wedding date and there are places that allows 3 months for the pre-wedding license. So, ensure you find out all the Wedding Registry information on how to obtain your license and make sure you allow time for lastminute emergencies. A common mess-up would be not able to complete all necessary steps to apply for the license therefore cost them to postphone or cancel their wedding!

3. Ordering your wedding dress too late.

Wedding attire is the most vital importance of a wedding. So, if your heart is set on a couture wedding dress, be sure to order that gown by the six-month mark since your dress will mostly likely be customed-made and, there will be many many times, it will need further alteration and fittings. In addition, even most off-the-rack wedding dresses also require alterations (not as much as the custom-made), however make certain that you have enough time to get the gown fitted properly. Never over-estimate your wedding designer or tailor as you should leave plenty of time for shipping and for the fittings. And this is the same goes for the bridesmaid dresses.

Saturday, February 18, 2012

IB#169: Classic Sea of Mint & Ivory

Vavava Vooom... This lovely board really fascinate us with this elegant palette. Today we are feelin' a lil of sea and.. oh boy..Mint Green is so 1960s..  they're full of love, unique, lil bit of decor art, and  sooo retro lovely specifically for anything that comes in seafoam green. So classic and we looooves it! (Credit goes to Elizabeth Anne) This board has successfully instil the modern-day seafoam and mint green wedding in this retro compilation, giving me the vibes!! Also read on for more tips to create a retro party!
Mood: Retro gorgeous, unique, 1960s inspired
Season: Spring, Summer
Colors: Seafoam green, Persian green, shamrock green, jungle green, ivory, pistachio,
Photos: Credits :: Top row (l-r) :: Mint green coat from the Demoiselle collection by Chelsey Mclaren via Oh Hello Friend :: pleated mint green and white cake from Martha Stewart via Ritzy Bee :: seafoam green dress via Apartment Therapy :: mint green and pale blue letterpress wedding invitations by Hammerpress via Martha Stewart :: Middle row::  jadite and white dishes in cupboard from Pioneer Woman via Classic Bride :: retro pale green bedroom from Coastal Living via Belle Vivir :: night light with milky green glass from Sassy Glass Studio, mint green cafeteria trays from The Relic Trail :: Bottom row: chunky mint green bead necklace via Beads to Your Heart, kitchen with retro Chambers C model stove from Holly Doodle Designs :: vintage seafoam green Westclox alarm clock from Kaboodle :: French seafoam green millinery flowers also via Holly Doodle Designs ::

Here are some ideas for a 60s-inspired event:

Friday, February 17, 2012

Thursdays Heelsday: Glamour girl

Ola loves! Yay we looove thursdays! cos its lovely Heelsday! And today we got a feel of Valentino heehee.
So glamour girls lets have boogey nite yah! :)

IB#168: Confetti of Looooove

Heloo sweeties! Yippie.. its almost to a weekend! Huhu.. whats not to loooove.. And now we got a bunch of more insprations to share! Today's board, let's credit Branco Prata's blog which features mostly about the Loves loves of Valentines. Thanks to this fabulosity, we have become a fan of reds and all about confetti this year.  Well.. when we talk about red; we meant ruby red! hehe (another thumbs up for red woot woot) So, time, lets keep everything pretty light and airy and only let the ruby red shine . Also the bird's eye view of black confetti decor table is pretty awesome!!

Mood: Red for looove, fabulosity
Season: Summer  
Colors: ruby red, pale pink, light gray, confetti, scarlet, carmine, burgandy, auburn, chestnut
Photos: Credits :: Top from left to right :: Bride with red peonies bouquet via kiss the groom :: champagne glasses, photograph by simply bloom photography :: shoe clipsvia ban.do :: desserts buffet by rebecca thuss :: confetti table scape via lonny magazine :: cake from the knot :: hearts sugar cubes from cox & cox :: wine via martha stewart weddings :: bridal party by our labor of love ::  

"Love many things, for therein lies the true strength, and whosoever 
loves much performs much, and can accomplish much, and what is 
done in love is done well."
~ Vincent van Gogh

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

{Trend Alert} Pom Pom We heart heart

Hi loves! We loooooves it when there is new trend coming up... and who knew they gona be everlasting for more?,..  I remembered, as i was growing up I wasn't that always a girly girl. My fave colors were blue and my obsession for pink were developed during my college days when i finally learnt how to 'melaram'. That was when i found pink to be completely irresistible... and when this trend emerge, especially in the form of fluffy romantic flowers tucked inside time-worn vintage glass bottles- how one romantic can i not resist?. Like these lovelies (thanks Wedding Occasion) from Dreamy Whites. Arent they so chic?
Awhile ago, our DIY Creatives posted on how to make these lovelies: DIY Pom Poms. We loves how pretty and romantic a few blooms in assorted shapes and sizes of bottles -- so effortless to pull off. Just  imagine how awesome it will look having a lining a long banquet table or grouped together as a centerpieces on classic round tables at a wedding reception. Or lining a mantle in your living room just because you felt like a little something pretty. No matter how you do it, we can never go wrong with pretty pink flowers.
Credit Photos from Dreamy Whites via Sweet Emilia Jane.
"If there ever comes a day when we can’t be together, keep me in your heart, I’ll stay there forever." ~Winnie the Pooh

IB#167: Coral Lemonade

Ola ola loves! hows your week? Hope its great so far? What do you think of today's palette? This is one fab inspiration right? The moment we saw a glimpse of this - we knew- they had us at hello. Say vava voom to the gorgeous Christina Hendricks... The ever stunning red haired beauty is perfect for this color palette of coral, tangerine (this year Pantone 2012 color) and soft pink! (my personal fave) – Thanks to Elizabeth Anne, paired this with a dose of lemon yellow and voila you get a fresh and cheerful, bright and sunshiney, and oh, its perfect too for lemonade week too!
Mood: Fresh & cheery, bright sunshine, lemonade vava voom
Season: Summer, spring
Colors: Coral, Tangerine, Peach-orange, lemonade yellow, soft pink, apricot, papaya whip, peach-yellow
Photos: Credits :: Top row left to right :: Christina Hendricks photographed by Brian Bowen Smith for Health magazine :: ribbon wands, image by Cameron + Kelly and Sedona Bride via Style Me Pretty :: yellow and orange drink station from Martha Stewart via Ritzy Bee :: Middle row :: tissue paper pom centerpiece, image by Mary Basnight via How About Orange :: pink and coral clutch by Jes Switaj via Bumblesea :: pink, yellow, and yellow living room, image by India Hicks’ Hibiscus Hill House via Oh Joy! :: Bottom row: pink and orange cocktails from Martha Stewart via Ritzy Bee :: flower girls with ribbon wands, image by Michele M. Waite from Ryan and Ashley’s wedding :: popsicle paper invitations from Martha Stewart; coral dahlia centerpiece by Chelsea Fuss via Snippet & Ink ::

"The more I give to thee, the more I have.'' - William Shakespeare 

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Creatives Tuesdays: DIY Milk Vases

Wowweeeeww...who here adores milk glass pls raise your hand? Whats not to resist - there’s something so sweet about them and yet they give aways the most vintage and lovely of looks even in clusters. Yet, real vintage milk glass is usually quite hard to find and not forgetting they're pretty expensive too! (Reported Etsy selling genuine milk glass for $20-$40 a piece) So today, us at Creatives (Credits to Hey Gorg) want to give you DIY brides a lil treat ---   Why not DIY your own? We want quality stuff but why pay big bucks for something you can DIY for less cost? C'mon lets get some hands on stuff below :)
Things you need: Glasses or vases, newspapers, Krylon white satin spray pain, hairdryer (if you want to dry em fast), glass cleaner.

Monday, February 13, 2012

IB#166: Sweet Peachy Romance

Ola loves! We loooooove mondays! Cos its all about new new new ideas for the week! For those with monday blues; we got a fresh new inspiration to heal da bluuuues. For today's board; let's make a Peach comeback! Woohoo. I think peach is the new pink. Whats not to love about peach? Its not tooo girlie, it has the same traits of pink (ultra soft, feminine, and lovely)  and men doooo looove peach too! (see, you can sell your fiance on it because it isn't pink hehe).  And peach charm naturally cos it works as a neutral when you pair it with almost any other color! Let's check out the inspiration below-  we think this is one of our favorite pairings, the ever soft peach with sea glass green combination. (Credits to Oh Lovely day)

Mood: Ultra soft, feminine, lovely, natural charm, romantic
Season: Spring
Colors: Peach, Apricot, papaya whip, peach-yellow, navajo white, sunset, champaign, beige, tan, pistachio, sea green, jade green
Photos: Credits :: Top Row (left - right) :: Cake photography by Jose Villa via Once Wed :: Shoes Accesories by Jillian Mitchell Photography via Style Me Pretty :: Dress, photograph by Elizabeth Messina ::Centrepiece by Yvonne Wong via Love and Lavender :: Middle Row: Accesories by  Jillian Mitchell Photography via Style Me Pretty, Flowers, photography by Jose Villa via Once Wed :: Bottom Row :: Accesories via BHLDN, Jade accesories by Jillian Mitchell Photography via Style Me Pretty :: Vintage Sofa photograph by N Barrett Photography via Postcards & Pretties,  Bridesmaids dress via Ruffled ::

"A heart that loves is always young" (Greek proverb)

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Vintage Weekends: Wedding charmed

When looking at old memories, how ofen we love to see the story of the photographs, whether; the history behind them, their character and charm. Vintage Wedding themes has become so popular nowadays, that many brides love the feeling of instilling classic look in today’s trends that brings unforgettable moments today in many years to come.  They mostly seek something pretty and classic with a nod to both the past and today.
Today, many brides are going for the vintage look in their weddings whether it be tea length dresses, birdcage veils, or other traditional elements. By going through these retro photographs, we thought it would be fun to take a look at some true vintage weddings as well as some more modern ones that were vintage-inspired.

Credit images from Bering Photography

From these pictures, you can see that veils have really evolved from earlier in the 20th century. Maybe the larger veils of the late 80′s and 90′s were inspired by these?

Weekly Roundups : Feb 5 - 12th

Hi sweeties! Another weekend comes! Woot woot... any plans up for this 2 days?  Anyways for those who missed this week postings, here's to sum up  --
[Vintage Weekends] A 1920s Inspiration ::

[Inspire-me-boards (mon-fri)] We Love Thee Glittery :: Romance Faux :: La Flora flirty Romance :: Dramatic Hearts :: Whimsy Lemonade ::
[Creatives Tuesdays] DIY Giant Paper Rose :: 
[Thursdays Heelsday] Butterfly Sparkle ::
[Fabulous Fridays Inspiration] :: 25 Gorgeous Centrepieces Part II ::
[Stunning Frocks] A Vintage Flair for the bride ::

Have an awesome weekend loves! :)

Stunning Frocks: A Vintage Flair for the Bride

Ola weekends loves! This week Stunning Frocks- we want to share with you these absolutely beautiful ruffles wedding dresses in the market. Thanks to designer Lyn Ashworth these lovelies are a dream come true for a bride who wants to create an effortless elegant look, which is so utterly romantic, totally traditional, completely timeless.
Check out more from her collection  at Lyn Ashworth and you'll find the rest of her gorgeous bridal collection. 
The Dress of the Week... Veronica

IB#165: Whimsy Lemonade

Helo loves! Yay weekends are back.. and not forgetting the summer fun around us. What better color to celebrate the spirit of summer than lemonade! For today's inspiration; we want to bring you more of lemonade inspiration, from bridesmaids dresses to shoes and color palettes. ! Lemonade screams fresh and fun, but they can whispers soft and classicness too. Thanks to Elizabeth Anne, this board has a palette of the palest of pinks, green, and lemonade which exudes simple, romantic garden elegance. Flowy chiffon and lots of lace added with a feminine touch, and the overall result is light, airy and sweet. Have a fab weekends loves!
Mood: Sweet, airy & light, soft & classic, feminine touch, whimsical
Season: Summer
Colors: lemonade, yellow-chiffon, pale pink, pale green, vanilla, cream, peach-yellow
Photos: Credits :: Top row (left to right) :: bride in pink Vera Wang gown image by Harrison Studio via Ruffled :: reception tent image by Jill Gordon via Snippet & Ink ::  Middle row :: ruffled dress by Diabless, image by Ellen Nolan for UK Marie Claire via Nibs :: pale pink and green garden wedding cake by Fiona Cairnes :: classic bride in lace gown image by Wildflowers Photography via My Sweet and Saucy :: Bottom row :: pale pink bridesmaids dresses image by Jose Villa via Once Wed :: lemonade drink station image by Studio Castillero via Style Me Pretty :: lemonade centerpiece image by Millie Holloman Photography and design by Salt Harbor Design ::

Friday, February 10, 2012

Fab Fridays: 25 Gorgeous Centrepieces Part II

Ohlala loves! Yippie its T.g.i.F! Loves loooovoes it! And the awesome part is; we're back to Fab Fridays postings!! Remember awhile back we posted about Fabulous 24 Centerpieces Ideas,… ahaaa.. this time we're back on the Part II!  And oh boy... they're much more pretty, pretty, pretty gorgeous centerpieces this time! So we've said it - we are a major fan and we know how time-comsuming  it can be when finding the perfect florals your wedding do! (Credits to Belle) This time we want to assist you in your centrepieces quest for the ideal flower arrangements. Take a deep breath and enjoy these pretty pretty gorgeous parade of of flower arrangements for every wedding style.:)
Image credit Diva
Image credit: Karen Tran
Image credit: left: Style me Pretty right: David Tutera
Image credit: Karen Tran

Thursday, February 9, 2012

IB#164: Dramatic Hearts

There's something gorgeous about this inspiration we're featuring for today. Their beauty is yet so astounding that we never thought grey would come together in these palettes combination. I once thought grey is dull, colorless and boring with the capital B. Never knew last year 2011 wedding trends has brought grey back in the market and oh boy... they are becoming more and more popular lately! Well, to be honest - is how we play the theme that creates a fabulous do. Greys can be warm or cool, pairing em' well with bright hues like yellow, or more muted tones - either way they make a natural and unique combo. Thanks to Oh lovely day, they have made grey as lovely as ever! Paired with blush pink- we called em'.... oooohhhh so dramatic and romantic all at once!
Mood: Dramatic effect, romantic, astounding, gorgeous, loveliest
Season: Spring
Colors: Grey, Blushing pink, carnation pink, ash grey, taupe grey, rose quartz grey, linen, isabelline, timberwolf grey, lavender pink, white smoke
Photos: Credits :: Top Row, Left to right :: Cupcake via Cute Things, Table setting via Ruffled Blog, Floral bouquet from Holly Chapple Flowers, via Style Me Pretty ::  Middle Row :: Wedding gown by Dior via Tumblr :: balloons via Oh Joy! :: Bottom Row :: Candysticks via Etsy, gown by Vera Wang via Wedding Chicks :: Stationery suite by Ruby Willow :: flowers via Tiny White Daisies

Thursday Heelsday: Butterfly sparkle

Wooowwwweee... we just cant resist the butterfly blings of these beauties! Gorgeous.... by Aruna Seth... Also they available in white or grey suede.. i say they're perfect!