I love thumbing through new issues of Mag Rouge. Their latest issue — the Harvest Issue — is teeming with inspiration from cover to cover. Have a peek at what I’m loving the most from this issue:
How cute are those teensy orage trees as centerpieces?
Be sure to check out the rest of the magnificent online publication.
If you’re planning an ocean/beach-themed wedding, Concertina Press has a wide variety of lovely nautical-inspired wedding invitations. Owned and operated in Cape Cod, Massachusetts by multi-talented Ruth Bleakley, all of the cards are gorgeously designed and are eco-friendly. They’re printed on cotton or linen card stock and coupled with recycled paper envelopes.
Here are a few that would complement any ocean-themed wedding beautifully:
A nice takeaway from a wedding is a favor that — much like the bride and groom’s love for one another — can continue growing. Plants! Rooted in love and sure to sprout smiles and the warmest of thanks from wedding guests, here are a handful of plant-related wedding favor ideas.
And to make it easy for your guests, there’s the option of air plants that require little to no maintenance.
Prepare yourselves for an overload of beauty in the form of floral crowns.
Floral crowns and halos have been on my mind a lot lately, just waiting for some free time and a trip to the craft store for them to physically be on my head, too. I think they’re timeless beauties that look stellar on brides, for weddings with a nature-theme or even an elegant Greek theme (see photo #7 below).
Photo via Amazon
Last week while perusing Holly Becker’s blog decor8 (which has been recently redesigned and if you haven’t seen it, take a look!), I stumbled across wedding expert Matthew Robbins’ book Inspired Weddings.
With a beautifully styled cover, I have a sneaking suspicion that it’s one of those books that from the cover alone I have a gut feeling the interior will be laden with gorgeous photos of his innovative ideas galore for decorating and table setting a wedding.
The book is centered around basing “your wedding design on an object you and your spouse-to-be find meaningful”, and a from the previews I’ve seen that a lot of the book is infused with vivid colors and florals. Looking for extra wedding ideas? Pick up your copy over at Amazon.