Don’t worry about including something blue with this palette. This board would make for a lovely event, in spring or early summer. There’s something about it that’s as clean and cozy as fresh laundry. You could go the quirky route, and model your stationery after a set of blueprints, or you could go the classic route and stick with a blue and white china pattern. Or you could mix things up and use both!

Mood: clean, new classic
Palette: blue, white

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Top row from left: bouquet from Brides, shirts from Macy’s, L’Wren Scott dress via Shiny Squirrel, necklace from MS
Row 2: table via Toast and Tables, Olga D’Gallegos dress from Brides, silk flowers via {frolic}, sugar cone from Jas Townsend & Son
Row 3: tent from MS, flowers girls from The Knot, china via Toast and Tables, bouquet from Fresh Studio
Row 4: paper decorations from Rebecca Thuss, train blueprints, monogrammed cake from MS, monogrammed napkin from Carolyne Roehm

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  1. Baby K

    You truly do inspire me every single day. Just wanted to say thanks for that! I’ve started a blog and featured snippet and ink today- how could I not? (http://chocolategymjunkie.blogspot.com/)If you ever get the urge, I’d love to see what you can do with my wedding theme…it’s a destination wedding in Fiji with a vintage travel theme (think old luggage tags, postcards and maps and old passport covers.) The colour scheme is white highlighted with frangipani / sunset colours (pink, orange and yellow) plus natural accents (think weaved straw and brown paper)Am I crazy? Probably! : )

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