Coral Wedding Details

As it gets hotter and hotter here in LA, we can’t help but think of bright colors and lush tones to set the mood for spring or summer nuptials. With variations of pink, coral, green, and white or beige, this color palette creates the perfect blend of romance, elegance, and a little bit of a casual vibe. Often times, couples can go a little overboard with a color scheme. Incorporate variations of the color to create depth and variation for a one-of-a-kind look that guests (and you) will love!

coral wedding details

{Top Row Left: Natasja Kremers via SMP, Right: Lisa Lefkowitz via SMP, Second Row: Ciara Richardson photography via SMP, Third Row: Esther Louise Photography, Bottom Row Left: Nicole Lennox via SMP, Right: Ashlee Raubach via SMP}


London Inspired Wedding Details

Inspired by iconic London, England symbols and icons, we decided to include some of our favorite wedding details. Escort cards with double-decker busses and vintage cars serve as the perfect way to subtly incorporate a huge part of London into your wedding. If you’re looking for a more obvious way to decorate, try these lovely London inspired wedding invitations, save the dates, and itineraries from Hello!Lucky.

london inspired wedding details

{Top Row Left: Hitched, Right:Nato Welton Photography via Brides UK, Second Row: HelloLucky, Third Row Left:Devlin Photos, Right:Dottie Photography, Bottom Row Left: Made with Pink, Right:The Last Detail}


Travel Themed Cakes

Whether you’re a lover of travel or having a destination wedding, wow the crowd with some of these adorable travel-themed wedding cakes. We especially love the white and silver map cake that features a bold pop of color. These cakes are a great way to incorporate the travel theme without being cheesy or over the top.

travel themed cakes

{Top Row Left: Will You Marry Me Photography, Right: Anouschka Rokebrand Photography via Wedding Chicks, Middle Row Left: Marriage Stuff, Right: Alma Pasteles, Bottom Row Left:Bumby Photography via Every Last Detail, Right: Plum Tree Cakes}


Pantone Fall Fashion 2015: Wedding Inspiration

Pantone recently released their fashion color palette for Fall 2015. Inspired by “evolving landscapes”, this season’s palette features etherial tones of green, rust, and blue, and even some purple. Often times, wedding themes and color palettes are greatly inspired by the fashion world and its trends. Our personal favorites are “desert sage”, “stormy weather”, and “reflecting pond”. Desert sage, a soothing grayish-green can serve as a neutral tone that isn’t too in your face. Stormy weather, a fusion of gray and dark blue makes a bold statement color that offers sophistication and luxury. Lastly, reflecting pond provides a “sense of security and stability”.


When looking at the combination of these three colors, we instantly thought of a dark and gloomy, yet romantic, beach wedding. When one thinks of a “beach wedding” the first thing that usually comes to mind is a tropical destination. However, with the help of Pantone, we fell in love with the idea of having a darker, moody and oh so romantic wedding. After all, who says a beach wedding has to be tropical?


{Top Row: Jose Villa Photography via GWS, Second Row Left: Heather Hawkins Photography via SMP, Right: Sleepy Fox Photography Third Row Left: Jose Villa Photography via GWS, Right:Keith Morrison Photography via SMP, Fourth Row: Bit of Ivory Photography via Burnetts Boards, Bottom Row Left:Bit of Ivory Photography via Burnetts Boards, Right:Brett Heidebrecht Photography via SMP}


Postage Inspired Wedding Details

If you love travel and vintage-inspired details, you will absolutely adore these ideas. Use sheets of stamps as a decorative backdrop for pictures or subtle detail throughout the ceremony. You can also incorporate these vintage stamps from Anthropologie as your guest book –  guests can pick a stamp, place it on a book, and leave a message to help you remember your big day. Add postage stamps into your decor by adorning your cake or send them on your invitations as a subtle way to display your theme.

stamp wedding ideas

{Photos: Top Left: Carla Ten Eyck via Ruffled, Right: Anthropologie, Second Row: Oh Joy via 100 Layer Cake, Bottom Left: D Sharp Photography, Right: Binita Patel via Ruffled}