Inspiration for your road to the altar

Flower Sashes

March 16, 2010


A really great and simple way to infuse your wedding dress (or your bridesmaids dresses) with a sense of your own style is to add on a flower sash! They have been showing up more and more in the past year or so and now there are an incredible amount of beautiful options. Once again, this is something I wish I would have done for my own wedding – throwing a sash on for the reception would even be a great way to change things up after the ceremony. The first two above and below are from the ever lovely emersonmade…love the coordinating colors!

The next three sashes below come from the Etsy shop of percy handmade. The beautiful blooms are made of varying fabrics (some chiffon, some silk). I love that they seem to have a vintage feel to them.

The last two sashes are from heart of light and I love that they are equal parts feminine and modern. Truly an option for every style of dress! {PS: Rachel also has a blog by the same name, which is one of my absolute favorites…check it out}

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Make A Statement

March 9, 2010


It looks like this week is inadvertently turning out to be collections of inspiration for all sorts of different wedding aspects (I think I like it). A lot of brides are turning to chunky necklaces to add an interesting element to their white dresses, and I adore each and every one of these from Elva Fields. And I don’t think I have to explain how much I wish I had found that green necklace before my own wedding!

How about you? Are you going with a statement necklace for your day or opting for the classic route?

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Love, Lulu Mae

February 23, 2010


When I attended IndieWed a few weeks ago, there were several vendors that really stood out amongst the crowd and Love, Lulu Mae was one of them! Their lovely hair accessories are handmade from vintage jewelry, fabrics, feathers, and pretty much anything else you can imagine. They can be combined with veils of all types or easily stand on their own – such a great alternative to the traditional!



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