Pink sort of made it’s way into this wedding board without my really meaning for that to happen, but I do think this pale blush pink is lovely. It actually makes me think more of playing dress up than it does of a wedding…

Mood: soft, feminine
Palette: powdered sugar, blush

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Top row from left: chair and hat boxes styled by Eva Lindh, Gwendolyn dress from J.Crew, cookies via Cannelle et Vanille, guest welcome bag from Martha Stewart Weddings
Row 2: shoes via This is Glamorous, bouquet photo by Jose Villa
Row 3: hydrangea bouquet from Martha Stewart Weddings, invitation by Flush Designs, dress from Brides
Row 4: cupcakes via decor8, necklaces from J.Crew, chandelier photo by Jose Villa, flowers via Creature Comforts

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As soon as I saw Chelsea’s post on Kate Towers, I immediately went to the website to take a look, and I knew I had to make an inspiration board based on the delightful image of the yellow dress. Wouldn’t it make for the loveliest wedding dress? Especially for a unique bride, in a sunny garden wedding, full of perfectly simple details, lemonade and David Austin roses. This is one of those inspiration boards I’d like to live in for awhile…

Mood: simple, sunny garden
Palette: pollen yellow, garden green, aged paper

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Top row from left: dress by Kate Towers via {frolic!}, roses, invitation by Liam Stevens via ffffound!, lemonade
Row 2: vintage camera via Tartelette, garden from Paula LeDuc, primrose necklace from J.Crew, hors d’oeuvres buffet from Rebecca Thuss
Row 3: cake by K. Rose Cakes, parasol photo by Lisa Lefkowitz, Michaele Thunen arrangement photo by Kathryn Kleinman, flowers by Coty Farquhar

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I haven’t posted a fresh, woodsy inspiration board in awhile, and I thought it was about time to put one together. One of my favorite details here is the cluster of centerpieces arranged in painted coffee cans – eco- and budget-friendly, and they can double as favors. I also included one of my favorite Bella Figura invitations (from my sample pack!), to highlight a contest that they’re sponsoring…

Mood: lush, green
Palette: moss, twig, white

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Top row from left: table photo by Michael Norwood via Southern Weddings, lemonade in mason jars photo by Squire Fox, escort cards from Flush Designs via Once Wed
Row 2: bridesmaid dress photo by Jerry Yoon, bouquet by Laura Dowling, Festoon invitation from Bella Figura, ribbon photo by Billy Winters
Row 3: arrangement by Artfool, nest ring “pillow” from Junebug, arch, boutonnieres by Custom Event Group
Row 4: woodland cake photo by Laura Negri, coffee can centerpieces via {frolic!}, Oscar de la Renta dress from Martha Stewart Weddings

Bella Figura is giving away $350 toward any of their products to one Snippet & Ink reader! Just like I’ve created an inspiration board here, I’d love to know which of Bella Figura’s pieces is your favorite, and what type of wedding it would inspire. Just head over to their website and take a look around, then leave a comment here mentioning your favorite piece, and describing wedding details you imagine might go along with it. You have until next Tuesday (January 27) to enter, and I’ll announce the winner next Friday (January 30). Good luck!

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Last week, before leaving California, I had the pleasure of meeting Melissa of Ruby Press. If you haven’t seen her blog, definitely take a look – she shares such special things, and has such great taste. We met up for afternoon tea at the darling (and brand new!) Crown & Crumpet. Not only are the tea and treats delightfully good, but the place itself is a confection of stylish florals, chandeliers, and pink-and-white checkered floors. It is absolutely perfect for bridal showers and birthday parties, and I couldn’t help myself – I had to make an inspiration board with Crown & Crumpet in mind.

Mood: sweet, feminine
Palette: hot pink, pale pink, red, white


Top row from left: bride with cake photo by Amanda Pratt, arrangement photo by Jose Villa, kissing booth poster by Roll & Tumble Press via Poppytalk, chandelier photo by Jose Villa
Row 2: champagne via Decorology, crepe paper boutonnieres from Martha Stewart Weddings, cake from Crown & Crumpet, flowers via Black Eiffel
Row 3: bouquet by Artfool, Rose’s Petite Maison crown photo by Elizabeth Messina, chandelier and chair via Vintage + Chic, china photo via decor8
Row 4: woman in a pink dress, tea from Crown & Crumpet, invitation by Gryphon Stationers, pastries from Laduree

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