“Florals for Spring? Groundbreaking.” We know, Meryl, but actually, florals for Spring is always on trend and especially now. I’m living for it! Whether it’s a multicolored floral print dress, flowers made of silk or chiffon, floral embroidery overlays, or a chic floral suit (you don’t have to wear a dress!), I found a whole bunch of ways to be your own bouquet on your wedding day. Let’s get our flower power on…
Winter may be coming in Game of Thrones, but spring weddings are on the horizon and with them, FLOWER CROWNS. But why not take that rustic and boho look a step further and get yourself a semi-permanent, totally re-wearable style with dried flowers? I found some truly lovely pieces that include preserved flowers, rustic blooms, alternative add-ins, and truly wearable crowns for the wedding day and beyond.
Jeremy proposed to Chelsea at Disneyland by Snow White’s wishing well, which started them down the path of planning a pastel rainbow wedding garden party and rave reception.
Chelsea’s pink-haired mom helped her into her dress, her best friend officiated with an incredible array of anime and cartoon jokes thrown in, and Chelsea’s brother was her bridesman. Ready to bask in the adorableness of this pastel rainbow wedding?
For some of us it’s unseasonably warm and it’s giving us ALL the spring wedding feels. We want to start relishing outdoor weddings, floral prints, pastels, misty rainstorms, and lush spring greenery. Let’s take a walk through upcoming warmer days with spring wedding details to knock our collective socks off…
Earhya & Robert’s wedding was a a little bit Medieval, a little bit rainbow, and a whole lot fabulous
A convertible blue and white dress, 1000 paper cranes, loads of rainbow details, and a bunch of DRAGONS. Is this wedding made for us or what? Don’t miss the guest book quilt, the bride’s purple hair filled with butterflies, the wine ceremony, the chocolate turtle favors, and the Medieval decor.