One of my favorite colors is mauve. I remember incorporating it into a wedding a year before it became such a popular color. I personally like to use it as an accent color. This color is one that you can blend with almost any color pallet. It's neither too purple, too beige, too gray or too pink. Its somewhere in the middle of all of those and always classic, elegant and stunning. ABOVE: Use this lovely color as tabletop decor. You can use it in the details, floral & fabric.
I often hear brides tell me that they are overwhelmed and they don't know where to start. So, where do you start when it comes to the wedding planning process. 1. Date. Place. Dress. These are the first 3 things to straighten out. These are the ones that can cause the most stress and anxiety. Once the bride checks these three off the list, she feels more accomplished, less overwhelmed and like she has things kicked into gear. "Um... I have that done...now what?" 2. Figure out
If I had some time to sit with my brides and help them along the process. I would sit down (most likely with coffee & maroons) and tell them a few things that would help them during this very special sometimes crazy time So, if I had an hour these are the tips I would give you. 1. Just. Breathe. Yes, just breathe! I think some brides go into stress zone. They have it in their mind that every person has to understand the stress they're under. I think that sometimes in the doi