Pastels are a classic wedding palette. The look of Erin and Josh's July wedding at Discovery Lodge is timeless. If you missed the first blog post about this wedding, you can see that HERE. Today I'm revisiting this wedding with beautiful photos from Katie Rhodes Photography. Enjoy!
While setting up for Kristen and Bradley's wedding, one of my assistants asked if delivering the bouquets was my favorite part of the day. Truthfully, it's sometimes. Some times I can sense stress or high emotions in the room and I know that it is best to leave the flowers and quickly leave to let the wedding party get back to getting ready. Sometimes I don't actually see
Blush has been trending in wedding design for several years. It is often paired with white, pink, or for contrast, burgundy. I have noticed a shift to warmer pairings more recently and was happy to mix the blush tones with peaches and corals for this wedding at City View. Carrie and Charles' original April wedding design was centered around coral peonies and mixed
Blush pinks have been trending for the past several years, especially when paired with white or burgundy. However, I started to see a shift last year. Weddings were moving towards warmer tones by adding or substituting peach for blush and incorporating deeper gold tones. Blush also began becoming more saturated and moving towards mauve or a dusty rose tone. This
Burgundy, blush, and navy are three of the most popular colors in wedding design right now. It's no surprise. The three colors can be used beautifully on their own, with other combinations, or like in Saturday's wedding--together. This palette can be interpreted several ways depending on the season. Peonies, tulips, and ranunculus work well for spring into summer.
Blush and burgundy has been a popular color palette for weddings for several years. The two colors are beautiful on their own but make an even better pairing. While many brides are drawn to this color palette, it is always a great idea to recreate the way the colors are mixed. For Lesley and Chris's wedding, we did that two ways. The first was the addition of peach
I am happy to share these beautiful photos with you today from our late May wedding at 20 West. If you would like more details about this wedding, you can see my earlier post my clicking here. Today though, it's all about the pictures. All of these are courtesy of Shillawna Ruffner Photography. Enjoy. Congratulations again, Jen and
Megan and Logan were married in May at St. Peter and Paul in Fort Branch with a reception at Cambridge Golf Club on the north side of Evansville. You can find the original post about their wedding here. Today though, I am excited to share some of the beautiful photos from the event from Shillawna Ruffner. You can learn more about Shillawna and her work by visiting her
Greenery, white, hints of blush, and candlelight are the new classic. Jayme and Tirey's wedding had all of these features. Sophisticated, elegant, and timeless. Take a look. Loose and fragrant, featuring roses, stock, lisianthus, wax flower, and a mix of four types of greenery. These quicksand roses paired well with the champagne colored bridesmaid
Megan and Logan were married this past Saturday with their reception at Cambridge Golf Club. Again, we were lucky to work with another sweet couple. This weekend's palette was blush and burgundy. This color scheme is one we have worked with before but I have to admit that this combination was my favorite take on the popular color combo. We used burgundy peonies