Sorry about the slow week – inspiration boards will be back next week! In the meantime, here are some of my favorite things – lots of good things! – from around the web this week…

Loving kraft paper invitations and these invites by Jenna Hein.

And these by Anna Melcon Bond, via Make It.

Bridesmaids look beautiful in white.

Bicycle chalkboard art.

Looking for a little Valentine inspiration?

Floral alternative for the golf-loving groom.

I had no idea tape could look so good.

Pretty headbands, via Darling Dexter.

One of the most beautiful wedding venues I’ve ever seen.

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Some bright and cheery picnic inspiration for you today!

Mood: picnic casual
Palette: red, green

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Top row from left: sour cherry pie from Martha Stewart, flower and shoe photos both by Jose Villa, milk bottle “vase” styled by Paul Lowe
Row 2: photo booth photo by Meg Smith, poster invitation via Southern Weddings, lunch boxes and strawberry shortcake both from Martha Stewart Weddings
Row 3: bouquet by Saipua, vintage veil from i speak film’s flickr, wagon from Brides
Row 4: truck via Sweet Paul, invitation from Poppies for Grace, lantern photo by A Bryan Photo

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Sorry about the late post today! It’s been awhile since I posted a green and black and white board, and I’ve had a few emails recently about using green apples in decor, so I thought I’d pull all of those things together in today’s wedding board.

Mood: modern, fresh
Palette: green apple, black and white

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Top row from left: lime cocktails from A Charleston Bride, tented lounge from Brides, menu by Good On Paper Design, Monique Lhuillier dress from Brides
Row 2: apple centerpieces via {frolic!}, birdcage veil photo by Linda Chaja, table photo by Isabel Lawrence
Row 3: cake by Batch Patisserie, bistro table from Kathleen Deery, lady slipper bouquet from Martha Stewart Weddings
Row 4: Seaport Flowers bouquet photo by Belathee, save-the-date by Candice Leigh for Minted, photo by Anna Kuperberg

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Parklife Press is one of those companies that will make you wonder why you didn’t know about them sooner. Not only are their letterpress designs lovely, but they are often half the cost of other letterpress options, and their standard printing time is only three weeks!

These are just a few of my favorites. Stop by Parklife Press to see even more well-priced (and did I mention eco-friendly) beautiful designs.

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