From black to white and crimson to lavender, we’re crazy about the colorful floral gowns taking over the fashion world and we just had to share our favorites! Whether you’re a guest, a bridesmaid, or a bride, you’re sure to find the perfect number here in our top 160 floral dresses! 

 Onyx to Plum Floral Dresses

1. Lela Rose / 2. Carolina Herrera / 3. Marchesa / 4. Huishan Zhang / 5. Erdem / 6. Marchesa Notte / 7. Valentino / 8. Elie Saab / 9. Marchesa Notte / 10. Erin Fetherston / 11. Marchesa / 12. Erdem / 13. Marchesa / 14. Alexis Mabille / 15. Carolina Herrera / 16. Marchesa / 17. Kay Unger / 18. Delpozo / 19. Elie Saab / 20. Erdem / 21. Chotronette / 22. Dolce & Gabbana / 23. Marchesa Notte / 24. Alex Perry / 25. Sachin & Babi / 26. Monique Lhuillier / 27. Monique Lhuillier / 28. Giambattista Valli / 29. Milly / 30. Oscar de la Renta / 31. Oscar de la Renta / 32. Ted Baker

Cobalt to Lavender Floral Dresses 

33. Asos / 34. Asos / 35. Asos / 36. Carmen Marc Valvo / 37. Lela Rose / 38. Marchesa / 39. Matthew Williamson / 40. Monique Lhuillier / 41. Shoshanna / 42. Jenny Packham / 43. Tracy Reese / 44. Adrianna Papell / 45. Oscar de la Renta / 46. Cynthia Rowley / 47. BCBG / 48. Cynthia Rowley / 49. Kay Unger / 50. Lover / 51. Marchesa / 52. Parker / 53. Yumi Kim / 54. Dolce & Gabbana / 55. Badgley Mischka / 56. Oscar de la Renta / 57. Nicole Miller / 58. Naeem Khan / 59. Asos / 60. Giambattista Valli / 61. Monique Lhuillier / 62. Ralph & Russo / 63. Martin Margiela / 64. Delpozo

Fuschia to Emerald Floral Dresses

65. Oscar de la Renta / 66. Theia / 67. Monique Lhuillier / 68. Oscar de la Renta / 69. Marchesa / 70. Lela Rose / 71. Lela Rose / 72. Monique Lhuillier / 73. Monique Lhuillier / 74. Sachin & Babi / 75. Chanel / 76. Delpozo / 77. Kay Unger / 78. Naeem Khan / 79. Lela Rose / 80. Elie Saab / 81. Elizabeth and James / 82. Oscar de la Renta / 83. Carolina Herrera / 84. Milly / 85. Oscar de la Renta / 86. Lilly Pulitzer / 87. Valentino / 88. Theia / 89. Lilly Pulitzer / 90. Betsey Johnson / 91. Asos / 92. Oscar de la Renta / 93. Monique Lhuillier / 94. Valentino / 95. Allison Parris / 96. Kate Spade

Crimson to Lemon Floral Dresses

97. Yulia Yanina / 98. Giambattista Valli / 99. Dolce & Gabbana / 100. Lela Rose / 101. Dolce & Gabbana / 102. Monique Lhuillier / 103. Monique Lhuillier  / 104. Dolce & Gabbana / 105. Dolce & Gabbana / 106. Naeem Khan / 107. Chotronette / 108. Naeem Khan / 109. Milly / 110.Dolce & Gabbana / 111. Monique Lhuillier / 112. Carolina Herrera / 113. Rani Zakhem / 114. Chotronette / 115. Givenchy / 116. Tracy Reese / 117. Jules Reid / 118. Suno / 119. Jennifer Gifford Designs / 120. Jennifer Gifford Designs / 121. MSGM / 122. Lela Rose / 123. Naeem Khan / 124. Dolce & Gabbana / 125. Dolce & Gabbana / 126. Naeem Khan / 127. Roberto Cavalli / 128. Monique Lhuillier

White to Neutral Floral Dresses

129. Monique Lhuillier / 130. Monique Lhuillier / 131. Delpozo / 132. Naeem Khan / 133. Marchesa / 134. Delpozo / 135. Delpozo / 136. Trina Turk / 137. Jenny Packham / 138. Badgley Mischka / 139. Monique Lhuillier / 140. Lela Rose / 141. Marchesa / 142. Monique Lhuillier / 143. Lela Rose / 144. Marchesa / 145. Lela Rose / 146. Jim Hjelm / 147. Adrianna Papell / 148. Elie Saab / 149. Monique Lhuillier / 150. Delpozo / 151. Romona Keveza / 152. Lela Rose / 153. Jenny Packham / 154. Jennifer Gifford Designs / 155. Elie Saab / 156. Elie Saab / 157. Elie Saab / 158. Marchesa / 159. George Wu / 160. Theia


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Ready to shake things up with this week’s addition to our signature cocktail series?  If you like bell peppers and basil, the Gustosa Bevanda is sure to please! Original recipe from Paula LeDuc Fine Catering and photos by Josh Gruetzmacher.



Gustoso Bevanda


Large MOD glass filled with cubed ice
• 1 1/2 oz. Pisco
• 1/2  oz. Aperol
• 3/4 oz. fresh red bell pepper juice
• 3/4oz. fresh Lemon Juice
• 1/2 oz. Bar Syrup
• Pinch of sea salt
• 4 basil leaves

Directions: Shake and fine-strain; garnish with a long lemon twist and basil leaf.



We’d love to see your creations! Share your homemade Gustoso Bevanda on Instagram and tag us @snippetandink for a chance to be featured.

Josh Gruetzmacher and Paula Le Duc Fine Catering are Snippet & Ink Select vendors.

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Today’s Mini Moon feature comes from photographer, Christy Cassano-Meyer…


I’ve called Portland home for the last eight years, and during that time I’ve seen the city transform in the most amazing ways. Of course everyone is familiar with the show “Portlandia,” and while the city does have it’s share of people “keeping it weird,” it’s also a rapidly growing metropolis with tons to offer. To me, Portland is a city that cares about everything from it’s drinking water, sustainably and locally grown food, bike culture, music, and even preserving the wilderness that surrounds it. I’ve seen the people of this town cultivate a safer, cleaner and more delicious city in the last eight years, and I’m proud to have watched it being shaped in the short time I’ve been here.


Eat, Drink and be Merry

I could write a novel about the food and drink culture on it’s own. It seems like hip new restaurants and bars are constantly popping up, with each one being equally as delicious and affordable as my previous favorite.

Brunch isn’t just a meal here, it’s a religion, and people take their weekend brunching extremely seriously. You might have to wait an hour and a half, but places like Screen Door  and Olympia Provisions are well worth it. Not snacky in the mornings? Just work your way across the city sipping on all the best coffee instead. Stumptown, Heart  and Coava are all local favorites.



Lunch can be done in different ways, from hitting up one of many food cart pods to dining downtown. One of my favorite spots in the city is Prasad. All items on the menu are vegan or raw, and everything is done to perfection. It’s also located in the same building as Yoga Pearl, so take a class at noon and follow it with a smoothie and salad. It’s a great way to reenergize halfway through your day.



Dinner options are endless, and you can find superb food across this city in every price range. Tasty n Alder is definitely at the top of my list. They offer northwest flavors on an ever evolving menu, and I swear their pork chop will change your life. Pok Pok boasts the most amazing northern Thai food from award winning chef Andy Ricker. The flavors and ambience will make you feel like you’ve been transported straight to Chiang Mai. Definitely order the wings when you’re there!



If you’re like me you’ve got quite the sweet tooth, so after dinner head to Salt & Straw and get ready to nosh on ice cream flavors you never could have imagined. Personal favorites include Pear & Blue Cheese and Strawberry Honey Balsamic with Black Pepper. Pro tip: skip the line that wraps around the block by walking in and buying a pint and cone at the register… or wait the hour plus for the street cred.



Still ready to stay out? Head to one of many craft cocktail bars, and keep the party going. Some favorites include Kask (I always order the Bicycles and Baskets), Pepe le Moko and Multnomah Whiskey.



Shop til you Drop

This city has everything from modern clothing boutiques to leather goods to vintage finds, and it’s always a fun day just roaming around and checking them out. Backtalk has two locations (one downtown and one in the Mississippi District), and this store carries clothing and jewelry that is fresh and unique. Canoe is a favorite for small, finely crafted home goods or sleek gizmos that I never even knew I needed. If you’re in the Hawthorne district, roam the maze-like rows of clothing at House of Vintage, and pick up that 80’s prom dress you’ve been looking for all these years.




Don’t forget about Powell’s! It’s the largest independent bookstore in the world (not kidding!), and you could spend an entire afternoon perusing it’s many color-coded and highly organized rooms and aisles. Make sure you head all the way up to the top floor and check out the rare book area in the Pearl room.



Go Outside and Play

We have the most stunning scenery in our backyard, and hopefully it’s a huge reason you want to come here. Rent a car and head east, and I promise you won’t be disappointed. Just half an hour outside of the city is the Columbia River Gorge, and it’s sweeping views are something to witness any time of year. I recommend Angel’s Rest for a half-day adventure that will get your heart rate up and reward you with a magnificent vista. For not so experienced hikers, take it easy along one mile paths to epic waterfalls. Wahclella Falls and Elowah Falls are two of my favorites.



Drive a little further and head to the coast, and once you’re there keep exploring. Hike the sand dunes at Cape Kiwanda State Park, and you’ll see some of the most beautiful landscape overlooking the ocean. If you surf, rent a wetsuit and board for the day and head to Short Sands beach. It’s tucked away and is a great place for beginners.



Now that you’re Tired

Rest your head in the heart of downtown at the Ace Hotel. Each room has been uniquely decorated by a different artist, and you can expect to find anything from a giant mural on the wall to a record player with a dozen options leaned against it.



Need a little more luxury? Hotel deLuxe is a boutique hotel that combines modern accommodations with a Golden Area of Hollywood flair. You’ll feel like Rita Hayworth or Cary Grant as soon as you step through the doors.



Get hitched, hop on a plane, and come check this city out! I guarantee you’ll be back again soon. Cheers!


This Mini Moon post was written and photographed by Christy Cassano-Meyer. See more Mini Moon posts right HERE.

Christy Cassano-Meyer is a Snippet & Ink Select vendor. 

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Snippet & Ink is growing and we’d love you to be part of all the fun. We’re hiring for a few positions, so if you love weddings, you’re dependable, creative, and driven, read on to see if you think you’d be a fit – we can’t wait to hear from you!




We’re looking for someone who:

– reads and is familiar with Snippet & Ink.
– has impeccable writing skills and can easily adapt to the Snippet & Ink voice.
– is extremely organized and works well with deadlines.
– has experience with WordPress and HTML.
– has a sophisticated sense of style, a knack for design and composition and has basic Photoshop skills.
– has 2+ years of magazine, publishing or blogging experience.
– is detail orientated, can multi-task, great with time management.
– is self-motivated, hardworking and a solution seeker.
– is familiar and has experience with the wedding industry
– is excited, enthusiastic and wants to be part of an awesome team.
– ability to commit for nine months.

This is a part-time position and allows you to work from home, so if we’re describing you, we hope you’ll send us an application no matter where you live! Send your cover letter and resume/qualifications to with the subject line EDITOR.



We’re looking for people who:

– read and are familiar with Snippet & Ink.
– love to write.
– are familiar with WordPress, Photoshop and HTML.
– have an impeccable sense of style, design and composition.
– are self-motivated, can pitch, produce and complete tasks.
– can meet deadlines.
– are able to develop fresh ideas and contribute new content.

Bonus: You have been a contributor for other blogs.

This is a part-time position and allows you to work from home, so if we’re describing you, we hope you’ll send us an application no matter where you live! Send your cover letter and resume/qualifications to with the subject line CONTRIBUTOR.



We’re looking for an intern who:

– loves weddings and design.
– is very comfortable with social media (especially Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest)
– is efficient, organized, and well-written.
– is upbeat, flexible, and friendly.
– is creative and can make tasteful decisions.
– is reliable and responds quickly to emails.
– is available to work remotely, 12-16 hours a week.
– is familiar with Photoshop, Illustrator or Indesign.
– ability to commit for four months.

Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

– Daily posts on all social media channels.
– Managing and growing social media channels.
– Monthly round-up posts.
– Research and resourcing content for blog posts.

This is a paid internship! To apply, please email with the subject line “INTERN” with your cover letter, resume/qualifications, Pinterest account, and blog if applicable. We will consider all applicants in the United States, but being in the SF Bay Area is a plus.

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