I’ve missed the farmers market for the past two weeks, and I’m wondering if there will be pears by this Sunday – I hope so! Since I haven’t picked any up yet, though, I thought I’d make a board for a wedding with a pear motif. Miniature sugared pears make a simple, lovely, and budget-friendly centerpiece (they could even be a DIY project should you be so inclined). A rustic pear galette is a seasonal alternative to wedding cake. And there’s no reason to exclude a charming pear illustration from the invitations! A pale shade of Tiffany blue is an unexpected addition to autumn neutrals.
Mood: warm autumn tradition
Palette: porcelain berry blue, bosc pear brown
Top row from left: photo by Liz Banfield via Brides, sugared miniature Seckel pears from Martha Stewart, photo of pear galette by Gemma Comas
Row 2: photo of bass musician by Aaron Delesie, pear watercolor return address label from Felix Doolittle
Row 3: jacquard ribbon via Twins Garden, locket from Martha Stewart Weddings, photo of bride with veil by Meg Smith, bouquet with white roses by Matthew Robbins
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