Orange Ombre Weddings

Are you saying I do in the desert?  Or toes in the sand?  If you’re considering somewhere tropical or even off the beaten path, then consider an ombre orange effect for your pretty palette.  It blends with an array of outdoor settings, looks oh-so cool for guys and gals and certainly makes a bold, celebratory statement when you’re considering what kind of fun in the sun you want your guests to have!

ombre orange weddings

{Photos: Invitation: Etsy, Dress: Jasmine Star, Chairs: Nicole Lennox via SMP, Flowers: Kaitie Bryant via SMP, Cake Slice: Better with Butter via Foodista, Frame: Etsy, Cake: Confetti Daydreams}

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Safari Inspired Wedding Details

An animal print wedding may not be what you have in mind, but a few safari inspired wedding day details sure can spice up a destination wedding to a safari region or even a wedding at home expressing where you’ll be off honeymooning shortly.  Whether you say “I do” in a zoo or not, consider these chic ways of weaving in prints, safari details and more for your destination wedding decor!

safari themed weddings

{Photos: Bridesmaids: Gia Canali via SMP, Invitation: Mr. Boddington, Vase: Etsy, Tie: SD Zoo, Napkins: Classical Tents, Cake: Jevel Wedding Planning}

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Mexican Blanket Wedding Details

When celebrating at a destination wedding in Mexico, embrace the bright colors and local flavor of the location through elements you might find in town – like a lovely Mexican blanket.  Great additions to dress your sweetheart chairs, or inspire your wedding cake design, even using them as the foundation for your color palette, these beautiful blankets will not only keep your guests cozy at night but can create a great backdrop for your wedding day details!

mexican blanket wedding details

{Photos: Table + Bouquet: via Ruffled, Invitation: Lizzy B Loves, Blanket Shelves: Amelia Lyon via 100 Layer Cake, Sofa: Alex Rapada Photography via Aisle Planner, Hay: Noah Hawthorne Photography via Brides, Table Runner: Wild Whim via Refinery29, Three Vases: Luna Photo via Isari Flower Studio + Event Design, Cake: nbarrett photography via The Knot}

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Incorporating Shells into Your Beach Wedding Ceremony

Getting married with your toes in the sand?  If you’re hosting a beach wedding ceremony then consider using the elements around you to enhance the look!  From lining your sandy aisle to dressing up the structure under which you wed, consider shells all around you as you say I do!

shell wedding ceremony

{Photos: Top Row Left: Simone Anne, Right: Harwell Photography via Snippet and Ink, Middle Left: Danielle Gillett via SMP, Right: Julie Skarratt, Bottom Left: BHLDN, Right: KGOODPHOTO via DW&H}

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Groomsmen Style

In the wedding industry, we naturally tend to focus a lot on the bride. We thought we would switch it up and dedicate a post to some of our favorite wedding looks from these dapper grooms and groomsmen. If you’re having a black-tie event, a well-tailored, classic black or two-toned tux is a great option. More laid-back weddings call for a patterned or solid print suit in unique colors and combinations for a fashion-forward look that is still appropriate and wedding worthy.

groomsmen attire

{Top Row Left: KT Merry Photography via SMP, Right: Kate Holstein Photography via Brides, Middle Row Left: Lilian Haidar Photography via Brides, Right: Kolonel Mustard, Bottom Row Left: The Wow Style, Right: Ruffled Blog}

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