Balloons can be an event staple! Not only can they be dressed up, they are also kid friendly too. In this article from Martha Stewart Weddings, they are sharing 24 ways to use balloons at your wedding. Here are just a few ways you can use balloons, "If you want to use balloons as an accent, tie them to signage or to mark certain spaces, like the guestbook, gift, or head table. To make them a major part of your décor, consider creating a balloon wall or arch. Spruce up the standard style by filling them with confetti or purchasing them in unique patterns." Read the full article here.
Are you looking for some winter wedding inspiration? Look no further! This article from Bridal Musings shows you 25 unique ideas for a winter wedding. In the article they say, "It’s the most romantic time of the year, filled with hot drinks, cosy evenings, tasty treats and festive decor. And such a special season to have your wedding." Read the full article here.
We are so excited that one of our founders, Amy Nichols, weddings was featured on Martha Stewart Weddings with gorgeous boutonnières. Amy said, "While some brides and grooms choose matching bouquets and boutonnieres, this couple decided to go in a different direction. The bride carried bright pink blooms, while the groom and his groomsmen wore bright orange ranunculus with light pink ribbon." What a neat idea! Click here to see all the Insta worthy boutonnières.
We are so excited to announce that Amy was featured in InStyle Weddings article about making your escort cards, a design focus. Escort cards are a nice way to let guests choose their seat, while you are still choosing their table for them. Making this small detail into a design focus can be fun too! Read about the 13 different ways here.
We are super excited for our first wedding feature on Style Me Pretty! SMP recently featured our clients' wedding at San Francisco's Legion of Honor, beautifully photographed by Sarah Maren Photography. This red and orange art deco inspired wedding is the perfect source of inspiration for fall brides especially those who love bold ombre details. Our favorite part? The California poppy motif that the bride incorporated throughout the wedding. Check it out here.