Weekly Wedding Look: Just Peachy Decor for WinifredBean.com

Summer cools into crisp fall as the peaches ripen on their branches in a Georgia orchard. Channel the delicate pink hues of this sweet Southern fruit at your fall wedding. Soft pastel stationery featuring a peach tree in full bloom is the perfect way to announce your nuptials. Frame the natural beauty of an orchard with playful streamers in varying shades of pink and peach, and walk down a garland-lined aisle with a larger-than-life bouquet in a rainbow of pinks and oranges. Vases in all shapes and sizes welcome your friends and family to a peach-accented reception. Gather your guests around tables accented with wooden bowls filled to the brim with the tender fuzzy fruit. Wrap up your peachy night with a spicy cardamom-infused signature cocktail, then sweeten things up with a towering peach-frosted cake.

WWL Just Peachy


Originally published at http://winifredbean.com/blog/?offset=1380054673903 by Annie Erling Gofus

Wedding Features:  Stationery: Inspired By This | Peach Centerpieces: Santa Barbara Chic | Escort Cards: Engaged and Inspired | Streamers: Polka Dot Bride | Bouquet: Kiss the Groom | Signature Cocktail: Grey Likes Weddings | Vases and Candles: The Not Wedding | Cake: Chancey Charm Weddings | Flowers: The Vine’s Leaf |

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September 10, 2013

Skip the pastel pink roses and head straight to vivid orange dahlias.  Add a volt of electric color to your wedding with neon-inspired decor.

Start with the bloomingest details: Gather shades of blue and yellow in your bride’s bouquet, while your bridesmaids hold hot pink tulips against their dazzling yellow dresses.  Line the aisle with giant round balloons anchored with flashy tassels, and carry the fringy theme into the reception hall with tasseled neon streamers.  Pull up a chair to a table set in eye-popping hues—blinding yellow glassware stands beside forks and knives hand-dipped in brilliant paint.  Each table is set with blazing pink and yellow blooms that perfectly match your neon-ombre cake.  Send your friends and family home with hot-hued macaroons, and give them a kiss goodbye with a giant glittering and neon “XO” sign at the door.

Originally posted on http://winifredbean.com/blog/2013/9/10/weekly-wedding-look-neon-part-ii by Ann Erling Gofus

Wedding Features:  Bouquet: Style Unveiled | Balloons: Bridal Musings | Table Centerpieces: Polka Dot Bride | Cake: Brides.com | Fringe Decor:Bridal Musings | Bridesmaid Dresses: The Brides Cafe | Table Settings and Streamers: Ruffled | Macarons: Celebration.co.za | XO Sign: Twisted Twig


August 20, 2013

Hosting your wedding in an old warehouse sounds unglamorous, but an industrial-inspired wedding is both elegant and modern.  Think high ceilings, exposed brick walls, and tall windows to frame your mod event.  Give the brick and cement interior of your warehouse venue a splash of gold glam with metallic stationary and glass vases hand-dipped in sparkling gold paint.  Put beautiful succulents front and center in your floral arrangements: these alluring plants are perfect in bouquets and make curious little favors for green-thumbed guests.  Contrast brick walls and exposed steel beams with a flash of neon that spells out your love, and lean towards mod with an Art Deco-styled cake and over-the-top cocktails and appetizers.  What was once an old warehouse, is now a glamorous space perfect for tying the knot.  Get inspired to plan your own industrial glam wedding!

Table Setting

Originally Posted to http://winifredbean.com/blog/2013/8/20/weekly-wedding-look-industrial-chic-part-ii by Annie Erling Gofus

Wedding Features:  Gold-Dipped Vases: Brooklyn Bride | Neon Sign: Let There Be Neon | Wooden Escort Cards: Tinsel & Twine | Ceremony Venue: Casa Sugar | Art Deco Cakes: Lael Cakes | Table Settings: Polka Dot Bride | Bouquet: Pinterest | Cocktail and Appetizer: Every Last Details | Succulent Favors: Engaged & Inspired