If you’re as obsessed with trending wedding colors as we are, then you must be just as excited that Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2019 is Living Coral. It’s bold. It’s fun. It’s playful, feminine, and warm - all in one.
Looking for creative ways to use coral in your wedding decor? Find inspiration below covering unique bridal bouquet designs, bold ceremony backdrops, and even some food and drink ideas. Read More
The Seattle rain didn’t get in the way of this urban wedding in downtown. In fact, it helped play into bride Samantha’s ideal romantic and moody wedding day vibe. Take a glimpse into this picture-perfect Downtown Seattle wedding that captures the overcast, grey rainy days we love, as well as the gorgeous industrial warehouse interior of WithinSODO, one of the SODO neighborhood’s hidden wedding venue gems. Read More
Decorating weddings with flowers is not for everyone. Not all brides and grooms desire vibrant color palettes for weddings and instead are looking for alternative, more subtle floral decor. Using solely greenery as wedding decor has been a beautiful game-changer for how to make your wedding look put-together, but not over-the-top. Greenery is a great way to have an organic wedding aesthetic while giving off elegant vibes, simultaneously.
Whether you love the look of greenery garlands on long reception tables, or wild and lush arrangements displayed throughout your venue, you can’t go wrong with this trending wedding decor. Read More
With engagement season upon us, it's time to share the biggest 2018 wedding design trends. That means more greenery, naked wedding cakes, tropical-themed weddings, loose bridal bouquets, fun dessert bars, geometric shapes, wedding monograms, and acrylic seating charts. Read More