here’s something magical about wedding bouquets and dresses, the combinations of which, if paired correctly creates a striking and elegant look. Pam Hlaing and her team at Bitsy Bridal give us inspiration on how to do just that.
What do, The Beatles, a Volkswagon bus and a record player all have in common? They’re part of the details that make up this beautiful boho-chic styled shoot.
Three tone-on-tone palettes—and their talented creators—prove that a single color can inspire a spectacular and serene scene.
Succulents. Even the sound of the name of these tiny plants is as appealing as they look. With the variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, the possibilities of incorporating the succulent trend into your wedding are endless.
Utah wedding season may be winding down, but my Insta feed is on fire with tons of wedding inspiration and resources. Here’s a look at all the trends, people and products catching my eye this week.
“Mixture and placement of blooms is key,” says Jessica St. Thomas of St. Thomas Floral. She blends electric oranges and sunny golds in her monochromatic display using classically romantic blooms such as ranunculus, traditional roses, garden roses, zinnias and rose buds. “I love color,” she says. “Some people shy away from color because it can […]
Heather, lilac, wisteria, orchid, thistle and bellflower. With their naturally alluring hues, it’s no wonder these flowers are names of shades of soft purple. “With the range of colors flying off the runways, I’m so happy to finally see color in weddings,” La Fete’s Allison Baddley says. The planner-slash-designer showcases a bouquet filled with tree […]
What better season than spring to roll out the red carpet for a Latin American-inspired scene boasting bright hues and whimsical patterns?
Designer Kellie Jackstien on… floral trends, hot colors, mistakes to avoid and must-have vases.
Pink and blushing brides go hand-in-hand. Tinge Floral’s Ashley Beyer chooses this demure palette—combining foxgloves, astilbe, ranunculus, peonies, Distant Drum shrub roses, cottage yarrow, blueberries, Sally Holmes heirloom roses, heucherella and spirea foliage for a signature look. “I tend to be attracted to blooms and foliage that feel softer and are more approachable,” says Beyer, […]