Blush and white are staples in the wedding world. Recently, mauve has been added as a more saturated and deeper shade of pink making this trending color palette gain popularity. We used these tones for Katie and Tommy's wedding at the Bauerhaus but also added a pop of red. Adding another color to this palette makes it feel fresh and unique. I also love that red has
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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
Mauve is back! Those of you who remember the mauve of the '80s may be asking why but this is mauve in a new way. The warm, rosy tone mixes beautifully with fall colors and gives a more cozy feel from the blush tones we see in spring and fall. We played off the mauve and rust tones of the bridesmaid dresses from Morgan and Andrew's wedding, adding in burgundy, golden
Blush pink, peach, white, and blue. A classic pastel combination. Erin and Josh's ceremony was at St. Peter and Paul in Haubstadt followed by a reception at the Discovery Lodge at Burdette Park. It was full of flowers, greenery, and candles in the classic palette and metallic accents. There were four different table designs--an elevated arrangement, a low
I don't hide the fact that I love a bold color palette. When it includes coral--even better! This wedding was filled with pinks, corals, and peaches with white and gold accents. The ceremony was held at St. Anthony Catholic Church. We added some decor on the pews and in front of the altar but a beautiful church like St. Anthony doesn't need to be
It's wedding season! Spring and fall are both busy times for weddings but fall is definitely the winner! Wedding vendors have full schedules in September, October, and November. Why fall? It's a favorite season for many. The weather is pleasant and the colors are beautiful. If you are wanting an outdoor ceremony or reception, it is really the perfect time.
What are your thoughts on purple? Personally, I love it. I hadn't worked with it much in the past few years so I was excited to meet Laurel and hear her dreams for a purple and white wedding with silver accents. Beyond the color scheme, this wedding had a lot of personality. This Kentucky couple shares a love of horses and their theme was played out through details
I'm revisiting Abby and Stratton's July wedding today with beautiful photos from Bret and Brandie Photography. Their wedding ceremony was held outdoors at Evansville Country Club. Abby's bouquet was made up of blue delphinium and thistle, white roses and wax flower, pink spray roses and yarrow, peach hypericum, and the most perfect purple blanket flower and bee balm.
Blush has been the on trend color in wedding design for several years. This soft pink can easily be paired with many colors. Last year I felt a shift towards peach instead of blush but now I'm thinking that was just a small detour. Is mauve the new blush? Before you flashback to the 80s and 90s, know that today's mauve is a dusty rose shade that pairs well with other
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