When Ashlie and Brendon approached me about their wedding they wanted an intimate elopement but not one that looked as though it was casually thrown together. They talked about their wedding in many details and took a firm stance that this elopement was going to be something that was like a day in a fairytale book. She wanted to feel like a princess. No detail spared. They wanted this day to be just about them, planned in immaculate detail. Ashlie & Brendon also wanted every
Colors. Wow, this is an important one for me. Colors matter so much in making you wedding look elegant, expensive or something low-budget and thrown together. Color is also a great indication of taste. Colors can also reveal a lot about your personality and style. I love beautiful colors and tones. Here are a few hints when choosing your color pallet. 1. Don't mix too many colors & tones. There is nothing that could make or break you wedding more then choosing a terrible colo
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.