Tuesday, August 31, 2010

My August wedding roundup

My thought process for making a wedding board is this: collect, collect, select, and then post. And one would think that's the end of it, right? Not for me. Even when I have posted a mood board already, somehow I still find items that I think would be too pretty and too perfect for the inspiration board that I had made. And although I have the option to just save them for now then use them later, that isn't really how my brain works. There would be this nagging feeling at the back of my head that I have an unfinished business if I don't share it with you guys.

And so here I am, with a roundup on wedding motifs I featured for August and additional items that I think you might be interested in adding.

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Source: AzureTreasures (Etsy) Pearl bracelet
Another beautiful vintage-inspired pearl bracelet.

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Source: LakeGemsBeachGlass (Etsy) Charm bracelet
Ahhh. My Tiffany blue beach-theme. I used to have a charm bracelet when I was a kid (lost if mid-teens). As a kid, this was one of my favorite jewelry and I bet your flower girls or junior bridesmaids will do, too.

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Source: bluebirdheaven (Etsy) Flower girl basket
If you want a more traditional (but still has that forest-y look) approach to your flower girl baskets, you may want this one.

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Source: The Knot Cups with wheat grass as escort card holders
This is cute. I like that instead of placing all of your reception escort cards on a wheat grass all together. The cappuccino (or demitasse) cup with wheat grass to hold the cards makes it individualized. The OC in me likes it for the more organized feel to it. Note: Cards shown are in hot pink/orange but you can easily replace it with something yellow or green to match the lemon and lime theme.

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Source: namolio (Etsy) Flower crochet brooch
I immediately had this image in my head when I saw this accessory: I'm attending a peacock-themed wedding and wearing a light-colored (I have a tendency to favor them) cocktail dress with this brooch pinned on.


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