Board #393 | Watermelon Wedding

Mood: kitschy backyard fun
Palette: watermelon, lawn

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Can you tell that I’m ready for summer? And that I’m really loving this lawn green right now? I also like this as an option for a pink-and-green palette…

Vendor Credits

Row 1:  shoes and shoe bags via Creature Comforts, melon balls from Martha Stewart / grooms via {frolic!} / photo by Gemma Comas for Martha Stewart Weddings  //  Row 2: photo by Lisa Lefkowitz / watermelon photo from Well Wed / flower girls via {frolic!}  //  Row 3:  flowers by Ariella Chezar / veil by Leah C / lawn flamingos from Michelle Rago / ring pillow photo by Lisa Lefkowitz

17 comments

  • Laura says:

    What a lovely mood board, I am sure many people will draw inspiration from that regarding their summer wedding themes, it certainly ties in quite nicely with my ‘Midsummer Nights Dream’ theme anyway.

  • Julian Leaver says:

    I love this one! Thanks so much for including two men getting married as well! So nice to see someone’s paying attention! ;o)

  • Austin Weddings says:

    I love checking out your inspiration boards! This one definitely made me feel like Summer is here! Stunning!

  • eLiZaBeTh says:

    These are not my colors as I am getting married in the fall, but if I were getting married this summer…Oh, My! So cute! You always do such an amazing job on your inspiration boards! Love them!

  • alli michelle says:

    I think this board merits the word delicious. Love it!

  • Lisa says:

    Oh, I love this board! We're doing a fun, garden wedding with watermelon and papaya later this summer…such fun colors to work with! Thanks for the inspiration!

  • Odd Sundays says:

    i never would have thought of putting a theme of watermelon together. brillant idea :)

  • Marty J. Christopher says:

    This might be my favorite board you’ve featured! Though, to be fair, you feature a lot of boards I like. I love the summery colors. Lovely.

  • Teresa says:

    Perfect for summertime! And the bride & groom could add Patrick O'Connell's "Watermelon Fantasy" (from his first Inn at Little Washington cookbook) to the menu, too!

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