I hadn’t really given alot of thought to what I wanted my wedding cake to look like. Whenever I browse my many subscriptions in my Google Reader, I always grab photos of things I like and put them into separate files in my ‘wedding inspiration’ folder on my desktop. Well, I opened
American Gothic by Grant Wood from 1930 I don’t know what it is about American Gothic that I love so much… perhaps it’s that we studied it in-depth in my American Art History class (which was, by far, my favorite non-creative class I took in college, BTdub.) It really is an iconic work of
images by Meggie Velasco This couple obviously knows what’s up. Go VOLS! Hopefully we can make up for the embarrassment that was opening weekend… Yay for Football time in Tennessee!!!
I came across the amazingness that is David Stark through many various blogs across the interwed. He has created some fabulous things for events of all kinds, you should really check out his website, you won’t be disappointed. Anyway, there is a principal of design that basically is taking something simple and
It might be the graphic designer in me, but I just LOVE letters. I love how they’re all so different and unique- typography was my absolutely favorite class in college. I really love seeing how people have used letters to decorate their home or to add special flair on their wedding day.
I find inspiration in the most random places… I don’t know if I should admit this to the world, but I am a huge Disney fan. Not just the old school animated movies, either. I LOVE watching the Suite Life of Zack and Cody on the Disney Channel as well as a
Choosing my colors has been a really tough thing for me to accomplish so far. With all the beautiful inspiration boards out there it gets really overwhelming because you literally have an infinite amount of options! I have spent a good amount of time myself working on inspiration boards and trying to
If you remember, I posted earlier about possible color scheme ideas. I still absolutely love this color combo of red & aqua, but I feel like it probably wouldn’t work so well with the venue we’ve chosen. I’m thinking it might look a little too modern with my historic, rustic backdrop. But-
So I was talking to E’s sister recently and she mentioned an idea that I thought was really great and definitely a good way to save some cash- a brunch wedding/reception! Can’t you just imagine it? A lovely day in May, a tent outside with delicious food- a custom omelet bar, waffle
[b]ecker’s blog Dear Wedding Gods, If you could make my reception look like this, I’d really appreciate it. I’d call this look “Sophisticated Southern Chic.” And I have to be able to do this for cheap. Don’t forget the cheap part. 🙂 Thanks a mil, Jessica
Turquoises, Greens, Yellows, Oranges Taking a hint from Meg at A Practical Wedding, I decided to create my next inspiration wedding color scheme with a little more of a palette than just a set pair of colors. When I read her post I felt like the sky was opening up and God was