1. Naven 2 Tone Bombshell Dress, $330 | 2. Old Navy Colorblock Keyhole Dress, $40 | 3. Old Navy Maxi Tank Dress, $30 | 4. Sergio Rossi Jelly T-Strap Sandal, $275 | 5. Sonia by Sonia Rykiel striped skirt, $195 | 6. Juicy Couture Lily Wedge, $78 | 7. Cole Haan Morgan Ballet Slipper, $168 | 8. Kate Spade Angelique glasses, $128 | 9. Ted Baker Aster Sandal, $55
Has anyone else been noticing this trend of mixing orange, pinks, and purples? Or “OPP,” as I like to call it? At first glance, to me, it seemed to almost clash into a sherbet-colored cacophony? But the more I saw it, the more I loved the colors together. Unapologetically bright, summery, and warm. Would make great color choices for a spring or summer wedding! – Tram @ Phi-Style.com
Happy New Year Brooklyn Bride fans! Here we are with a glamorous table for you to see. Okay, Okay – I know this has frilly pink flowers (but at least no poofy dress!). Forgive me, I just can’t resist peonies. We kept it simple with low clusters of blooms and twinkly gold votive candles. A cheap store bought house number from Home Depot was easily gold leafed for a snazzy table number. Sprinkle some sequins, throw down tulle and ribbons for a runner and you are done. Cheers! – Denise
Concept and floral design: Denise Fasanello Floral Design
Coordination and planning: Bespoke Affairs
Photography: Tory Williams
Votive and vases: Jamali Floral and Garden
Ribbons and Notions: M&J Trimming
You guys might remember Alicia and her husband Adam from their real wedding feature here a few months ago. Well Alicia emailed me with this shoot she styled with her hubby at their store Bows and Arrows, and I had to show you all!
This party is inspired by sweet treats that are fun to eat and to look at! eye candy all around! On the plate are a few pink flavorful favorites including; cotton candy, Mexican pastries, sno balls and strawberry sugar wafers. Adding to the scrumptious time are clusters of fluffy flower arrangements of pink and yellow. Flowers include: peony, dusty miller, ranunculus, astilbe, dahlias, roses, hydrangea and billy balls! A few vintage touches are the milk glass for the arrangements, vintage chanel shoes, and a 1920’s craftsman style house as the setting. Handmade goodies include the felt pennants, pink veil, pompoms, table coverings and bandanna.
[images from Bows and Arrows]
OK, so I’m not totally a pink person, but I do make an exception for the cherry blossoms at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. When I got my issue of the latest Martha Stewart Weddings (arriving on stands Monday!), I caught my breath a little after opening this spread, with florals by Matthew Robbins. Check out the full gallery here, and if you ever have a chance, go to BBG in April when the blossoms are fully bloomed and sit under the trees, its amazing! [secret tip: if you shake the tree a little, it will be like its raining pink petals!]
[image from Con Poulos/Martha Stewart Weddings Spring 2010]