Thinking about the cooler weather, changing leaves, and, my favorite, pumpkin lattes, in the States right now. And I’m feeling a inspired by this picture that captures all the things I love about fall in the States and my home here in Costa Rica. It has some warm fall colors, but still that relaxed, tropical, beachy feel. What do you think?
Picture thanks to Green Wedding Shoes.
For more driftwood and fall inspired pictures, visit out Pinterest page.
As you explore ideas for your ceremony decorations, you’re probably thinking flowers. You are probably also thinking about what you want the feel to be, perhaps its lux, or simple, or natural, maybe burlap, maybe fun, boho, tropical, or colorful. Whatever your thoughts may be, have you considered not using flowers at all? You can get that lux, or simple, or natural, or tropical feel without real flowers. Here are some ideas we’ve put together and we love them all!
Row by row, starting from upper left:
- Rustic wood arch with sheer ombre material.
- Chandelier from a simple wooden canopy.
- Yards and yards of burlap with white satin ribbon, puddling on the sand.
- So much lovely, colorful ribbon, hanging from a rustic wooden frame.
- Lots of driftwood posts with a simple white canopy.
- Wooden frame, with the ocean, sand and couple as the focus.
- Paper flower chains from a rustic wooden frame.
Fore more details and ceremony ideas, visit our Pinterest page here.
I imagine we all know Etsy.com. If not, let me describe it for you. Etsy is more or less an online “craft fair”, where you can purchase handmade and vintage items, craft supplies, and food, among other things. These items are sold directly from the creator or a small community, verses a large store, this is what helps keep costs reasonable and items eclectic. We like it for the little things: earrings, necklaces, fun pillows, holiday decor, scarves, hats and so much more. I’m sure you know, its the perfect place to get your wedding day jewelry or gifts, but had you ever considered shopping on Etsy for your wedding dress? The dresses below are a sampling of dresses I found and loved for a Costa Rica wedding.
Clockwise, starting from upper left:
We LOOOOVE metallics! Mixed with bright colors or even muted tones, Costa Rica has lovely flowers for any theme. Known for our tropical, statement flowers, this design would be perfect! What do you think? For more fun ideas visit out Pinterest board.
A colorful and fun, Geometric Wedding inspiration board! Any takers? We love it. For more ideas, take a look at our Pinterest board, you will find dress, jewelry, more cake and detail ideas! Loving searching the web for more inspiration! :)
So many times we stick to one, two or three colors in our wedding color scheme, why not go with all of them?! We have put together an inspiration board to show you how lovely a very colorful wedding can be. What do you think?
For more ideas and inspiration, visit our Pinterest board here.
We recently did a wedding at Rancho Margot, where we were able to cut all the flowers right off the farm and put together the arrangements; bouquets, table decor, everything. What a treat?! Here is a little sample of the bouquet, before the REAL pictures get in! Can’t wait!
Design by Kristina of Perennial Weddings.
Absolutely adore this wedding tablescape!!!
Made up of wonderfully fantastic colors; greys, corals, seaglass tones, and pops of yellow/orange. It makes me feel as though I’m on a beach in Bali. Great combination of beaded votives, driftwood, and little fun pieces. What an electic, beautiful table!!!!!
Picture thanks to Green Wedding Shoes.
So, we all remember Gwen Stephani’s ombre wedding gown way back when, what DID you think about it?
Well, ombre is back!!!! And in so many ways, options and ideas seem to be endless!
Here are some of our favorites:
Love this wedding dress on 100 Layer Cake, the ombre adds some funk and romance all at once!!!
The train on this Hendrik Vermeulen Couture, simple, silk, body hugging dress is out of this world!
And the details…
What do you think about Gwen’s dress now?! Imagine the possibilities!
What are some ombre wedding ideas you have?