Red, Gold, Blue Circus Wedding Inspiration


Today, Nahid and her team are on-location for an inspiration photo shoot! We will be working with this talented bunch of creative artists: Have Trunk Will Travel,  Brightly Designed, Lovestruck Makeup Artistry, Justin Lee Photography, and ArtQuest Flowers and Gifts. We don’t want to reveal too much, but we think this is going to be an epic inspiration photo shoot!

Below is the foundation of our inspiration: red, gold, navy blue, and white colors come together in a circus-inspired menagerie! Very romantic and Valentine’s Day themed, our inspiration board is about mystery, love, and intrigue. We wanted to create a theme that was both whimsical and elegant at the same time. (Can you tell we’re trying to be extra vague?!) More details will be revealed later on, but we hope this circus inspiration board helps you plan out your wedding or party theme!


{Gwen Stefani, Barnum & Bailey Poster, Umbrella Place Card, Cirque D’ Hiver, Blue Circus Ringleader, Invitation, Elephant}


Oldtime Country Romance Inspiration Board


There’s something special about having a wedding far away from all the urban rustle and bustle of cities. Farm weddings come with a peace of mind where you can be in tune with nature and appreciate its beauty and serenity. It’s the perfect atmosphere for an intimate wedding with your special someone and special guests. It’s not just the Midwest, rustic weddings are happening all throughout the country from California, Virginia and even to Maine. Whether you call it a farm, barn or country wedding, anything goes in terms of scale. Farm weddings can be upscale (chandelier in a barn? it’s been done!), vintage and even low budget. Think twice when a rustic country wedding comes up! Not to mention it’s the perfect landscape for amazing photography. Take a look below!

{ I Love Farm Weddings, Pinterest, Style Me Pretty, Green Wedding Shoes, Rustic Wedding Chic, Ruffled Blog, Bridal Musings, Jose Villa Blog, Cedar Wood Weddings, Pinterest }

Wedding Ceremony Inspiration: Arches and Trellises


There’s just something romantic about having your ceremony under an arch or framed with a gorgeous floral trellis! If you’re not sure what a trellis is, it’s a structure used to support growing plants. As any designer or decorator will tell you, adding natural elements like trees, flowers, and bushes will bring color and life to your home or event. We grabbed some inspiration from Better Home and Gardens for you to be inspired by. We think with any of these, you can add details like string lights or lanterns or streamers to give it your own personalized feel. We hope your wedding flourishes with happiness!

All photos are courtesy and property of Better Home and Gardens.

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