Herb Wedding Details

Heading to Europe has us thinking about all the fresh ingredients and herbs that we’ll be enjoying very soon!  And equally as fresh should be your wedding menu.  So today we wanted to share a few fresh ingredients for your decor – herbs!  Whether you use rosemary to spice up your centerpieces or basil on your tables, there are plenty of ways to weave in herbs into your wedding, and not just in the dinner!


{Photos: Boxes: Sacco & Sacco, Ceremony: Patrick Moyer, Custom Box: Not on the High Street, Heart: White Loft Studio, Bride: Paula O’hara, Favors: Rad Photographer}


Wedding Industry Conference: Engage!16: Sea Island


Are you in the destination wedding industry or luxury wedding market?  Then it’s time to pack your bags because this December the Engage! Summit is hitting the road again and heading to beautiful Sea Island, Georgia.  We’re huge fans of this bi-annual event, we’ve watched it help grow our business, we’ve learned tons over of the years, and let’s be real, it’s pretty fun too!  It’s three days of mingling, learning from amazing speakers, experiencing some of the best new food trends, decor ideas and even gift concepts in weddings, and you’ll make great industry friends along the way.  If you’re scouting locations for your destination wedding clients, it’s a great bonus too that we get to stay at and check out the fabulous property The Cloister at Sea Island.  The event is just around the corner so if you haven’t signed up yet, you’re running out of chances.  And signing up is one business decision we promise you won’t regret!  Pack your bags and we hope to see you soon at the wedding industry summit, Engage!16: Sea Island.



Boho Chic Dreamcatcher Wedding Ideas

If you’re getting married and looking to weave in elements of that boho chic vibe on your wedding day, then take a look at the dreamcatcher!  Once considered a symbol of unity of nations, today it can enhance the design of your wedding.  If you want to catch a few big day dreams on your big day, then consider these creative ideas to dazzle your wedding guests before and on the wedding day.


{Photos: Couple: Emily Katharine Photography, Save the Date: Not on the High Street, Dessert Table: Brenner Liana, Ceremony: Let’s Frolic Together, Wide Table with Arch: Bobby Kiran Photography, Napkin: Tory Williams Photography, Cake: Julie Cate}


Beautiful Destination Wedding Invitations (You Can Order Online!)


Today we’ve got a few fabulous destination wedding and wedding invitation ideas for you from our friends at Basic Invite. A swanky online wedding stationery company, Basic Invite has over 200 wedding invitation sets to choose from and we’ve handpicked a few of our faves to share with you!


If you’re looking for a cohesive look from start to finish, you’re in luck – you’ll find matching sets from save the dates to invitations, menus, programs and even thank you cards too. And within the 200 designs, you’ve got almost unlimited colors to choose from so each invite looks as unique as your wedding promises to!


But what do you need for your destination wedding? Certainly start with a save the date. It’s a great way to give your guests plenty of notice to book travel before the invitation goes out.

Then when it’s time to design your destination wedding invitation, you’ll want to make sure to include your wedding website information on a separate card (or drop the hint on the save the date) and allow your friends and family to find all the info (and travel info) they need online, to save yourself all those extra questions.


No matter where you wed, the web is a great place to start. And have no fear, at a site like Basic Invite, you have the luxury of ordering custom samples, so you can be sure your invitation selection is just as you want it. Touch the paper, double check the color, and fine-tune the wording and you’re good to go!


For more great wedding invitations and to order yours online, check out Basic Invite for all you need to announce your big day!



Totally Unique Wooden Wedding Details

If you’re getting married in the woods, the great outdoors, on a ranch, or simply love the look of natural elements around you, then chances are you’ll be incorporating some wood decor and details into your big day.  We’ll searched and searched and found some of the most original and unique ways to weave in this old favorite, wood, into your wedding.  It represents strength and happens to be the 5th anniversary gift suggestion, making it a perfect wedding detail for your destination wedding!

wooden wedding details

{Photos: Escort Cards: Mr and Mrs 2015, Menu: Treasures & Travels, Sign: Virgil Bunao, Invitation: Elegant Wedding Invites, Sail: Katelyn James, Cake: De La Creme Creative Studio}