Christina and Shawn wanted their wedding to feel like them and their life together-vibrant and colorful! As travel is a huge part of their lives together they knew a destination wedding was a must. We asked Christina to tell us more about her fun and vibrant wedding in Mexico.
We are kicking off the New year in style and sharing the first ever styled wedding editorial of 2017, and trust me, its going to be a good one! We have fallen in love with this editorial and it’s not hard to see why, it’s got everything you could ask for, relaxed bohemian vibes, colorful accents and so much urban swagger.
Inspired by the industrial past of their hometown, Fox and Finch Vintage Rentals brought together a killer team of wedding professionals with an urban vibe. The setting is the Charles A. Brown Ice House set alongside the Lehigh River. Nina Lily Photography captured the natural beauty of the area as well as the historical features of the venue.
Since beautiful fresh summer flowers seem a million miles away right now we thought it would be nice to add a little colour and floral fun to a plain clutch! You know, just to brighten things up on this dreary Wednesday! (Happy hump day by the way!) This could be an old, unloved clutch that you want to up-cycle or you could grab a bunch of plain new clutches and transform them into great bridesmaid gifts for your gal pals (or you know…just keep it for yourself since it’s so pretty!)
It’s such a simple way to really add the wow factor to this simple accessory and the best news is it requires hardly any materials (Plus it’s super cheap to make!) All you’ll need is a glue gun, a bunch of fake flowers (in the colours of your choice) and a plain clutch! We loved this shade of pink teamed with the white and blue daisy combo!
Time for our second no-carve pumpkin DIY this week. We are absolutely obsessed with finding new and unique ways to decorate pumpkins and have already thought of a ton of ideas for next year. Halloween isn’t even here yet I am already looking forward to next years! I had the best time decorating our flair pumpkin, if you haven’t seen it yet, I highly recommend you check it out. Today’s tutorial is just as simple and effective and would make boo-tiful wedding decor if you were getting married around Halloween or fall.
YOU WILL NEED:
Pumpkins | Spray Paint, we used Rustoleum (in the colour of your choice, we used pink but we think white would also look great!) | A variety of fake flower heads | Hot Glue Gun |
Spray paint your pumpkins, (you might need two coats) and leave to dry.
Using your hot glue gun begin to attach your flower heads to the pumpkin and continue until you are happy with your design.