My soon-to-be Mother in-law, Margaret, and I put together these DOLL faux flower decorations for my May 2010 wedding! I can't wait to see what everything will look like! CLICK HERE to vote for us on Martha Stewart's DIY Wedding Crafts contest!!!
Those flowers above were my favorite!!
Eiffel Tower with Gradient Pink Roses
The dress form is SO ADORABLE!!!!!! Margaret glued the leaves from our flowers all over then added a skirt made of Hydrangea leaves, fake of course!!
I GOT MY DREAM DRESS!!! I'm impatiently waiting it's arrival. I am so tempted to post a full picture of it but I'm resisting in case Scott happens to stumble upon the pictures. Anywho it 's from Alvina Valenta's Couture Collection. I bought it used on www.preownedweddingdresses.com and got an awesome deal. It is AMAZING and 100% duchess silk satin. AHH I can't wait! I'm caving!!! Here is a hint:
OK, I LOVE THESE COLORS!!!! they're so fun and flirty!! I'm for sure using some sort of turquoise, pink, ivory, and white. Maybe I'll have to work some yellow in!!!! BTW, good choice on the lemonheads!!
I know these pictures of Ginny & Ed's Great Gatsby inspired wedding have been ALL over the blogoshere lately but for those of you who haven't seen this, your welcome! The elements of this wedding is so original and I LOVE THE FLOWERS!! Everything is very muted and delicate which I love...so adorable!! Josh Goleman did a fabulous job on the photography.
As I've been leisurely browsing wedding dresses lately, I cannot stop thinking about Kenneth Pool. His gowns are some of the most beautiful I have ever seen. I'm hoping to snag a used Kenneth Pool dress for my big day, that would be a DREAM!!!!! Here are some of my faves from his current collection:
If you haven't already guessed, I'm obsessed with the mermaid/mid-trumpet style gowns!! Aren't they do die for?!
As most of you may know, I'm engaged! So the feel of my blog may change for a while...I'll probably be posting a lot more wedding related material! ANYWAYS...I cannot stop dreaming about these lovely photos from Duet Weddings. It feels a bit Marie Antoinette Petite Trianon in Versailles.