Monday, December 21, 2009

Inspiration Board: A Spoonful of Sugar

You're invited to browse our latest inspiration board, focusing on a color without hue ... white. Not many brides are brave or gutsy enough to make white their wedding's entire theme, for fear they themselves will be drowned out. Yet, this has to be one of the classiest and loveliest of color-themes. Perfect in the winter.

A SPOONFUL OF SUGAR
 
Credits (top, left to right): Floral Hair Adornment (photo courtesy of Brides.com); Historic Czech Republic Venue - Grandhotel Pupp; Four-tiered Sparkling Snowflake Cake - Amy Atlas Events; Square Monogrammed Ceremony Programs (photo courtesy of TheKnot.com); Couture Flowerbaby Gown - Etsy.com; Pearl Bouquet Ring Pillow - Perfect Details; Emerald-cut CZ Ring - Fantasy Jewelry Box; Elephant Walk Earrings by Paris - Perfect Details; White & Crystal Floral Arrangements (photo courtesy of Forever Photography); Starin Embellished Clutch by Malene Birger - mywadrobe.com

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by Rashana Anderson
Founder & Managing Director, THE BRIDAL PARTY

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

It was very interesting for me to read the blog. Thanks for it. I like such themes and anything connected to them. I would like to read a bit more on that blog soon.

David said...

Hi! I'm from Storkie, and we've been seeing a growing interest in white wedding invitations. White has a great advantage, as anything with it really pops (in the case of wedding invites, the wording!). There's also a lot of "range" in white, moving all over the palette from white, off-white, cream, ivory, and shell. Often with a white invitation, the beautiful elements (such as shimmer cardstock, embossing, ribbon & bows) add the character that a color usually provides. I definitely agree with Rashana - white is one of the classiest and loveliest of color-themes.

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