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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August 30, 2013

Considered by many to be the last glimpse of summer, Labor Day Weekend is an excellent time to say goodbye to the sunniest season and say hello to autumn! Celebrate the long weekend in The Mile High City with a delicious Taste of Colorado. This four-day-long foodie’s dream includes 50 Denver-area restaurants, 280 marketplace artisans and vendors, seven stages and educational programs promoting the cultural and western heritage of the region. Once you’ve had your fill of tasty treats, quench your thirst at Williams & Graham—recently named one of the best bars in America by Esquire Magazine, this Denver establishment employs extraordinary bartending talent and offers a lengthy cocktail menu studded with delicious gems. The long Labor Day Weekend also gives us an opportunity to get creative. Make mini jars of honey (perfect for cups of tea on fall days) as favors for your wedding guests, and get creative with your groom’s boutonnieres. Gone are the days of boring old flowers—follow this handy guide for ideas on how to brighten up your boutonnieres. Last, but not least, pamper your tresses after a summer of stress. Spray your locks with It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In Conditioner. This amazing product boasts 10 different benefits, eliminates frizz, restores shine, protects hair from heat, and prevents split ends—it truly is a miracle worker!  I am a person fan.


Originally posted to http://winifredbean.com/blog/2013/8/29/friday-roundup by Ann Erling Gofus

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1. It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In Conditioner via Birchbox | 2. Boutonnieres via Green Wedding Shoes  | 3. Honey Jar Favors via 100 Layer Cake  | 4. Taste of Colorado via Denver.org   | 5. Cocktails via Williams & Graham; image via Bon Appetit |