Pale Blue Destination Weddings

Whether you’re getting married at the beach or planning a backyard I do – a pale blue palette is picture perfect when you want the setting to shine!  Consider giving a nod to the sea with a color that works in both winter and summer!  Think winter wonderland with a bit of ice blue in your reception decor or opt for a pale blue perfect for springtime and new beginnings.  The color is versatile, not too feminine (to keep him happy) and works well in most environments.  Take a look at these ideas we’re loving!

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{Photos: Top Table: Millie Holloman via SMP, Dress: Natasja Kremers via SMP, Second Row Table: And Unlimited via EAD, Invitation Suite: Lexia Frank via SMP, Cake: Brides, Suit: Chris Spira via Love My Dress}
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Wine Country Destination Weddings

Wine country weddings make great destination weddings!  Remember, location, location, location (plus great food and wine)!  If you’re entertaining the idea of entertaining your friends and loved ones at a vineyard wedding, consider the following details to infuse your location into your big day decor!  From bottle friendly invitations to grape leaves on your sweetheart chairs and grapes atop your wedding cake, wine barrels, wine bottles and more make great wedding day decor!

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{Photos: Invitation: Anastasia Marie via Oh So Beautiful Paper, Couple: Frieda Theres, Escort Cards: Next to Me Studios via Ruffled, Bar: Matt Edge, Ceremony Site: Justine Yandle via SMP, Guest Book Bottles: Pinterest, Reception Tables: Pretty Chic Blog, Sweetheart Chairs: Megan Clouse via Project Wedding, Cake: Lauren Ross via SMP}

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Gold + Sand Wedding Palettes

Perfect for a beach wedding, why not blend naturally into your natural surroundings with a palette that reflects the sand beneath your feet (with a little sparkle of course)!  We love the look of gold weddings with lots of glitter but if that’s too formal or too much for you, then add hints of it to an otherwise taupe or sand colored look.  We’ve mixed it up with some sand and gold colored accents today that we love for a tropical wedding without all the color.

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{Photos: Invite: Caroline Ro via Ruffled, Dress: Jordan Maunder via The Lovely Find, Bridesmaids: KT Merry via SMP, Rings: KT Merry via EAD, Sand Candle: Go Prom Dress, Bottle Candles: Sonya Khegay Photography via Ruffled, Cake: BuzzFeed, Cupcake: Etsy}

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Rustic Glamping Weddings with Tee Pees!

Are you hosting a destination wedding in the desert?  Or perhaps you’re heading to a domestic destination like New Mexico?  Even if you just love the look of a camp-like setting, then you’ll love today’s wedding day details.  Inspired by the tee pee, these rustic wedding ideas will help you celebrate in style with or without kids at the big event (tee pee’s can be for grown ups too!).  Take a look at our tee pee inspired I do!  And if you’re wedding is a tad more formal than this, consider it for a welcome party or rehearsal dinner too!

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{Photos: Top + Bottom Image: Katherine O’Brien Photography, Second Row Left: Nadia Hung via SMP, Right: Pinterest, Third Row Left: Tumblr, Right: Krista Lii via SMP}

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Formal Beach Wedding Ceremony Decor

Yesterday we shared a few of our favorite rustic ceremony structures for a beach wedding and today we’re kicking it up a notch and giving you some more formal wedding day inspiration.  If your fete calls for black tie or perhaps you want something simply more formal than barefoot on the beach for your destination wedding, then consider these ceremony arches and decor elements to elevate your setting to a whole new level!  If you add fabric, prepare and plan for wind and keep it to a minimum.  And if you want pops of pretty color, consider beach-friendly flowers like bougainvillea!  Whatever you do – make sure it’s you!  (And beach friendly too.)

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{Photos: Top Row Left: Mirelle Carmichael via SMP, Right: inTandem via SMP, Second Row Left: Jodi Miller via EAD, Right: Steve Steinhardt via SMP, Bottom Row Left: C Baron Photography via SMP, Right: Jessica Lorren via SMP}

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