Moroccan wedding theme

By |September 29th, 2012|

A Moroccan wedding theme is just not complete without decorative jewels and rich textiles. These embellishments complement the ambience created by metal and glass. A very effective way to enhance a Moroccan themed reception would be to use sheer organza. You can check out stores that sell ethnic home accents, because they surely sell organza fabrics that come with embroidery and beads. The organza can also be used for packaging your wedding favors, which brings more savings to you...

Napa and Sonoma Weddings

By |September 22nd, 2012|

There’s an easy patience in Napa and Sonoma, cultivated by elegant winemaking over the years. Napa and Sonoma possess casual style to the pursuit of perfection, bringing together the finest of food and drink in innovative pairings, artistic juxtapositions of flavor and color that carry a story all their own. It’s no wonder so many couples choose this area to celebrate the beginning of their new lives together...

Botanical Luxury Wedding Invitation Theme

By |September 13th, 2012|

As you become one in marriage, become one with nature. A botanical wedding is romantic and reflective of your love for each other, as well as your love for the natural world. Create an earthy palette by harmonizing browns and neutrals with vibrant green accents. Crisp green apples and laurel crowns can accentuate the organic vibe. To give your guests a preview of the wedding, use floral and leaf designs on your luxury wedding invitations and other botanical-themed stationery...

Art Deco wedding theme

By |August 17th, 2012|

In the last decade, art deco wedding themes have become huge and it’s not hard to see why. Think Paris - during the 1920s, riding in on the heels of art deco. It’s so easy to see why this decorative art style continues to influence us! The glamour! The elegance! The architecture! Art deco is the theme for those of you who love the glitz and glamour of the roaring 20s and 30s...

Make Your Statement with a Monogram

By |August 12th, 2012|

For centuries people have used the art of the monogram to identify their possessions and make a personal statement. Traditionally, a monogram was comprised of a person’s first, middle, and last initials. While a monogram can be understood as a personal logo, it expresses personal style as well as identity. For centuries people have used the art of the monogram to identify their possessions and make a personal statement. Traditionally, a monogram was comprised of a person’s first, middle, and last initials...

How to Choose Colors for Your Wedding

By |July 28th, 2012|

When it comes to your big day, choosing wedding colors is one of the most important décor decisions you can possibly make.  Why? Because the wedding colors you choose not only showcase your personal style, they beckon your guests and bring out the “wow” in every part of your celebration...