I know we’re descending into winter, but I couldn’t resist the cheery inspiration of this gorgeous bouquet by The Green Vase and the Pierre Deux pattern. Not to mention both of the darling dresses from Flora & Henri. So spring it is. Though I didn’t fully embrace the bird motif in this board, it certainly lends itself to that. I hope this gives you a little smile whether or not it’s snowing where you are.

Mood: country spring sweetness
Palette: French country blue and yellow

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Top row from left: bouquet by The Green Vase, blue dress by Flora & Henri via {frolic!}, wrapped bottles and bird’s nest both from Martha Stewart
Row 2: Lark Creek Inn photo by Jessamyn Harris, centerpieces photo by Ellie Miller, daffodils via Desire to Inspire, blue shirt and boutonniere from Martha Stewart Weddings
Row 3: egg vase from Martha Stewart, napkin by Pierre Deux, freesia cakes from Martha Stewart Weddings, yellow dress by Flora & Henri
Row 4: bouquets by Artfool, muscari wreath by Ariella Chezar, photo by Marie Labbancz, calligraphy by Betsy Dunlap

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We’ve had flurries twice so far, and the temperature is way down, so I thought it might be time for a winter wedding board. I’m not quite ready to go all out with snowflakes and pinecones; instead I thought I’d ease into the season with fresh green in the form of wheatgrass centerpieces and a moss wreath, and bright white in the form of cable-knit details. Winter weddings lend themselves to being more formal than in other seasons, but I wanted to keep this one playful with things like pinwheels, cupcakes and and a gold polka-dotted dress.

Mood: playful, winter
Palette: grass green, white

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Top row from left: front door from Martha Stewart, bouquet by David Stark, cupcake photo by Craig Paulson, cable-knit bride and groom from Brides
Row 2: miniature caramel apples from Martha Stewart Weddings, veil by Melissa Sweet, heart seating cards photo by Jeff Tisman via Brooklyn Bride, bouquet via The Bride’s Guide
Row 3: wheatgrass and ornaments, knit ring pillow from juicyyumburger’s flickr, paper pinwheels from Elsje Designs via Kim Gray, Lucienne dress from J.Crew
Row 4: cable-knit invitation by Linda & Harriett, wheatgrass centerpieces via Lovely Little Things, cookie buffet by Rebecca Thuss

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Elizabeth Dye‘s darling “cupcake” dress inspired this gold and white wedding board. I imagine a sweet garden ceremony, followed by a simple luncheon, and of course cupcakes for dessert! Gold can be so over the top, but in doses, and with a vintage touch, it is nothing but charming.

Mood: vintage cupcake charm
Palette: gold, white

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Top row from left: floating dahlias, golden bouquet and cupcakes all from Martha Stewart Weddings, “cupcake” dress by Elizabeth Dye
Row 2: Birch SF hydrangeas via {frolic!}, gold clutch photo by Julie Mikos, rose bouquet from Bellissima Vita Weddings
Row 3: plates via The Finer Things, invitation by Ceci New York, veil by Grace Art & Antiques via Lu Lu Belle
Row 4: photo by Lisa Lefkowitz, bouquet from Martha Stewart Weddings, parasols photo by Lisa Lefkowitz, suit via Perfect Bound

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How about a swanky black-tie soiree to take us into the weekend? A palette of aubergine and pomegranate red, accented with platinum details, works well for both a fall and a winter event. I imagine plenty of glowing candles lining the aisle at the ceremony and the tables at the reception. A signature cocktail would surely include champagne…

Mood: timeless, swanky
Palette: plum, pomegranate, platinum

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Top row from left: centerpiece by Ariella Chezar, dress via The Invitation Lady, champagne cocktail styled by Kirsten Strecker, invitation suite from Martha Stewart Weddings
Row 2: photo by Arden Photo, fruit plate from Matthew Mead, vintage skyscraper photo, necklace via heysusy
Row 3: bouquet by Saipua, personalized menu by Laura Hooper, tuxedo via The Sartorialist, cake by Beaux Gateaux
Row 4: photo by Jessica Johnston, tiered centerpiece photo by Gemma Comas, Christian Louboutin flats from Barney’s, cymbidium boutonniere by Gillian Marie Events (photo by Lindsay Docherty)

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