Found this stunning bouquet (designed by Honey and Poppies) on Pinterest and decided to check out where this beauty came from.

No surprise that it was featured on Style Me Pretty. I decided to check out the rest of the gallery and fell in love this this California desert inspire wedding shoot (taken by Ashleigh Taylor Photography). Check out a few of my personal favs!



Happy Labor Day everyone! Wanted to share this beautiful east cost wedding with all of you (found on Style Me Pretty). For some reason, east cost/nautical/Hamptons style weddings just make me think of Labor Day. Not entirely sure why, but I definitely got that vibe from this wedding. If you would like to see the entire gallery, simply click here!

Venue: Sommerset Pointe Yacht Club and Marina / Event Coordinator: Heather Chappuies / Florist:Upsy Daisy Floral / Food: Blackbird Gardens / Wedding Cake: Sister of the Bride / Wedding Photography: Genevieve Mckeiver Photography / Transportation: Boyne Bus / Officiant: Brother of the Groom / Music: Sister of the Groom + Brother of the Bride / Hair + Make-up: Solace Spa, Boyne Mountain Resort / Wedding Dress: Allure Bridal via To Have and To Hold Bridal / Bridesmaid Dresses:J.Crew + Ann Taylor / Groomsmen Attire: J.Crew / Flower Girls + Ring Bearer: Handmade by Cousin Melissa Helsley / Accessories: Lou Lou Boutiques + J.Crew + Nordstrom / Stationery: Bride and Groom







Typically a barnyard wedding sounds, well, a little uncivilized! But check out this beauty (found on Style Me Pretty). It will change your mind about hosting your special day out on the farm! If you want to see the entire gallery, just click here!

Venue: Private Residence / Event Design: JL Brewer Designs / Catering: Events With Taste / Floral Design: Humphreys Flowers / Wedding Photography: Garrett Nudd Photography / Wedding Videography: Tim Cofield / Music: Forte Strings / Wedding Cake: Kimmee’s Cakes / Cake Topper:Baumbirdy / Program Fan: Bama Jammer Incorporated / Dress: 2 Be Couture via Ever After Bridal & Formal Wear / Bride’s Shoes: Kate Spade / Headpiece: Untamed Petals / Bridesmaid Dresses: Ann Taylor / Groom + Groomsmen Suits: Express / Groom’s Bowtie: Lumina Clothing / Groomsmen Tie:J.Crew / Ring Bearer Bowtie: Crewcuts / Ring Bearer Suspenders + Shorts: Jacadi Paris / Flower Girl Dress: Joan Calabrese / Flower Girl Headpieces: The Jenny Lynn Collection / Hair: Hair Benders International / Make-up: Dani Carpenter / Favors: eBee Honey / Calligraphy for Invitations: Kate Smith Letters




So, once again, Pinterest has led me to a new (and awesome) website, Sarah Hearts Design Studio. She posts a lot of DIY tutorials, which I love, but she also features some lovely color combinations. I figured I’d continue on from Monday’s post. Here are a few from her site that I absolutely loved. Hopefully you’ll find one or two inspiring!















Happy Monday!!!!!

You probably guessed it…My latest post was inspired by Pinterest (gee, you’d think I was obsessed or something). Anyway, I had noticed these lovely color combinations popping up from time to time and decided to visit the website that they were being pinned from. Turns out I’m now in love with this site as well (and for all of you curious folks out there, it’s Photo Card Boutique). I thought this might inspire a few of you to choose some exciting new color combinations for your upcoming weddings (or anything really – baby’s room, home renovation, etc). Here are some of my favorites!



You know me….just playing around on Pinterest and thought of another great idea for a post….Extravagant wedding cakes! Not only are they beautiful to look at, they’re finger lickin’ good!

To see all of the cakes and treats on my Pinterest board, just click here.



I was hunting around Pinterest and found a stunning wedding reception photo. I love how Pinterest works because all I had to do was click on the photo and I was magically transported to the original blog that the image came from (Elizabeth Anne Designs)! I just had to share this with all of you.

The following Nashville wedding vendors contributed to this inspirational photo shoot:

Venue, design, styling + florals – Cedarwood Weddings
Photography – Kristyn Hogan
Stationery – Designs in Paper
Cake – Patty Cakes

For more Nashville wedding inspiration, visit the Nashville local wedding guide!



Thanks to my new favorite thing in the whole world (wide web), Pinterest, I’ve gathered a stunning collection of gorgeous bouquets. If you’re anything like me, you don’t necessarily know the first thing about flower, but you know you like them when you see them. When it came time for me to work on the flowers for my wedding, I didn’t have a clue what I wanted. So, I went online and printed out a bunch of photos of things I liked. Well, thanks to Pinterest, you can now gather all those photos and have them saved to one of your boards! LOVE LOVE LOVE Pinterest…. as if you didn’t get the point. So, enjoy!!!

And for those of you who aren’t really into flowers,
here are a few creative options!



This post goes out to my girl, Shana. She had seen my navy and pink post and mentioned that she also loved this combo. So, this is for all you ladies out there who love the chic and elegant color blend of pink and grey!

Found on Pinterest

Designed by Kate at Ruby & Wil­low

Designed by Christine Wisnieski

Designed by Dauphine Press

Found on Prima Donna Bride

Found on The Sweetest Occasion Blog

Found on Love My Dress

Found on Style Me Pretty



Found this absolutely adorable save the date idea from one of my favorites, Oh So Beautiful Paper, and HAD to share it with you! Enjoy!

Here’s what designer Kate had to say about the save the dates, “Kate & Steve wanted to incor­po­rate kraft card­stock and twine – two very pop­u­lar trends right now – and the color green. The over­all look they were going for was some­thing a lit­tle rus­tic and organic with an ele­ment of ‘fun.’  I designed a mini pull out bunting for the save the date invi­ta­tion that went inside a mini enve­lope, which also had some accom­mo­da­tion details.”

Invitations created by Kate at Ruby & Wil­low.