That’s the name of a vineyard that I remember visiting as a kid, and I had their logo in mind when I put this board together. This board is for Melanie, who wanted a sort of frog prince theme in mind. Instead of teal and red like Melanie had suggested, I went with mostly green and fuschia, with some aqua (I hope that’s okay Melanie! I know you said you were open to some changes.) I would really play up a waterlily theme, and use lots of floating flowers (waterlilies specifically, if you can make that work). Good luck Melanie!

Mood: fairy tale romantic
Palette: green, fuschia, aqua

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Top row from left: envelopes via {frolic}, vases via House Martin, boutonniere via Social Design, photo via Classic Bride
Row 2: photo from Leigh Miller, cake from Brides, photo from Waterlily Pond, photo via Brooklyn Bride, bouquet from Janie Medley
Row 3: menu via Brooklyn Bride, bouquet from Fresh Studio, corsage photo by Dasha Wright, dress from Brides, flower via Social Design
Row 4: photo from Dave Robbins, flowers from Mel Barlow, flowergirl from Alan Maudie, photo from Kayak Virginia Beach

Update! Angel just left a comment pointing out her recent Wedding Bee post about a frog prince theme. Check it out for more inspiration.
Update! Take a look at the pretty gold box that Christy’s ring came in – just like the gold ball in the Frog Prince!
Update! Check out this darling lotus pad ring pillow by Myra Kim – perfect!

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  1. Angel

    Hey cool…I just posted on Wedding Bee about this and was going to ask you to do a board!

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  2. Melanie

    THANK YOU! I am so excited! So perfect – I was worried I wouldn’t be able to pull this theme off without it having a disney princess feel. This is so helpful for me! I love the bouquet.~Melanie

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  3. Angel

    There’s also these for favors:

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  4. Melanie

    Those are fabulous.

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  5. Angel

    How about croquembouche from your inspiration board #74? Great color, shape and name!

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