I was having so much fun thinking about where my honey and I might go on our honeymoon, and then we found out we might not be able to take one right away. So disappointing! But, one thing inspiration boards are good for (aside from helping to pull together a look for a wedding) is imagining, so I imagined up a trip to Hawaii…

Mood: Hawaiian casual
Palette: sand and surf, red and yellow

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Top row from left: surfboard photo by Thayer Allyson Gowdy, vintage surf postcard, tropical fruit wedding cake from Martha Stewart Weddings
Row 2: tropical orchid bouquet by Matthew Robbins, photo by Thayer Allyson Gowdy, beach wedding from Martha Stewart Weddings
Row 3: beach and palm tree photo from Real Weddings, popsicles via Ruby Press, red and yellow hibiscus in bud vases by Nancy Liu Chin via Green Wedding Shoes
Row 4: pink Hawaiian quilt from The Quilt Complex, ukelele photo by Dave Robbins, signature cocktails with dried pineapple garnish from Martha Stewart Weddings, surfboard and food truck photo by Ericka McConnell

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  1. Stunning

    I just love it! What a great idea… Do you have a physical board or is it all digital?

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  2. Lara

    Oh wow, I love this board. Thanks for the mini Hawaiian vaca via blog post. Dreamy!

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  3. fernandflora

    Oooo. Like a breath of fresh air!

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  4. forget.me.knot.weddings

    Yeah! Always love a little surf and sand inspiration! A honeymoon in Hawaii would be amazing! I hope you guys get to go either soon or even later..it will be worth wait! Xo

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  5. Luna and Chloe

    Ah yes, the beach girl in me is loving this one! A little sand, surf and some pretty details equals fabulous inspiration in my book! Love it.xoxokristi

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  6. Chelsea

    LOVE!

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  7. flights of fancy

    Ooooh, I'm in love. I think this is my new favorite Kathryn! Gorgeous!!!

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  8. April

    Lovely board! Of course I'm biased as I had a beachy wedding, but the sunset and fruity colors here are lovely. Oh, and I have to add: Take a honeymoon right away… I cannot emphasize enough how important it is. It doesn't have to be lavish – maybe just 2 nights. But you need it!

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  9. kendall

    I am from the beach so I really love the Hawaiian honeymoon inspiration!http://www.wedding-resource.com/2010/07/07/hawaiian-honeymoon-inspiration/

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  10. ohana photographers-david and kimi

    swoon!!!

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  11. cake and cider

    that popsicle rack is looking pretty tempting.

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  12. heather

    so fun…makes me want to take a vacation right this minute. p.s. me and my hubs could not escape for a honeymoon immediately following our wedding either. We spent 2 nights holed up in a little boutique-y hotel close to home and then we just went on the big vacation we wanted to close to our one year anniversary.

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  13. east side bride

    I have to second April here. REARRANGE YOUR SHIT. TAKE THE HONEYMOON RIGHT AWAY.trust me. you'll need it.

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  14. GingerLand

    I'm "thirding"! Take the honeymoon right away, even if it's not long. Whatever else you've got, big picture, is not important in the long run. Time with the hubby is. Then make plans (concrete – book a flight, put down a unrefundable deposit, something) for your real honeymoon if you need to. Life has a way of getting in the way. There is never a right time. And it will SO not get easier (folks are most understanding of blowing off responsibilities when you're a newlywed, less so later on).Everyone I know who waited (myself included) has never done it.

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  15. Connecticut Yankees In South Carolina

    We know the feeling! Our wedding is at the end of August and we had to put off our honeymoon until the end of October. We're placating ourselves by reminding ourselves that many people have to wait much longer than 2 months!

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