The Color Series: Rose Quartz, Air Blue, and Dried Herb

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This weeks Color Series focuses on colors inspired by Pantones annual color selections - Rose Quartz, Dried Herb, Airy Blue, and Lilac Gray. We love the weightlessness of this palette as it will surely make for an amazing summer celebration.  Designing a wedding with these colors can work well for the bride who considers herself ...

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The Color Series – Elegant Elements (Ruby & Steel)

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Many times the elements of nature serve as amazing inspiration for wedding design.  This weeks Color Series focuses on Ruby and Steel (also known as Pantone Oxblood and Sharkskin).  Obtaining inspiration for this color palette outside of the rustic feel can be a daunting task.  So we thought we would offer a few tips on ...

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All American Style & Independence

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  Hosting a 4th of July Celebration with Style The 4th of July is about family, fun, and freedom! Hosting your Independence Day barbeque should also be done in style! Who says paper plates and aluminum foil have to be a standard? Lets talk décor, food, and attire to assist you in hosting a mature and ...

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Be Good to Your Guests

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During the wedding planning process, it can be easy for a bride and groom to get somewhat lost in the larger details of the process and forget about details that make or break your guest experience.  I often encourage my couples to consider their wedding as a very large dinner party that they are hosting ...

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The Color Series – Bold Neutral Statements

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Whether you consider yourself the traditional or classic type, or modern is more your style - you can never go wrong with a neutral wedding color palette.  This week, we are designing around a timelessly neutral color palette.     *     *     * The wedding invitation is more than the document that advises ...

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Recap: New York Bridal Fashion Week 2017

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Well, it’s that time of year again. The fashion world has opened its doors and presented to us the latest designs from bridal designers across the globe. This year’s fashion have brought Parisian perfection and a hint of old world glamour; does it get any better than that? And while many of the designs still ...

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Having a Sophisticated Easter Sunday

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Easter is a wonderful time of celebration, reflection, family, and fun!  As we approach the holiday, many of us are thinking of worship service with family and friends,  Easter Sunday outfits, and of course post-church service dinner.  Here are a few Easter Sunday guidelines that will be sure to guarantee a sophisticated celebration! If you are ...

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A Virtuous Dress

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It is a truth and tradition universally acknowledged, that a woman intent on making a good societal impression must wear white on her wedding day. (JA)  And through the years, the reasoning for this tradition has danced around the symbolism of virtue.  However, what many don’t know, is that the idea of a white wedding ...

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Wedding Cake Alternatives

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Wedding cakes are almost as old as the ritual they were crafted to celebrate. Towers of confection covered in creams and icing were and will continue to be a highlight of anyone’s nuptials. But for some, this tradition seems dated and needs a lighter, modern, or more accessible approach. So here are some of the ...

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Real…Blush: Alpha Kappa Alpha, Alpha Delta Chapter

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by contributing writer - Nia Dillard Looking at the Blush Weddings and Events by Tami B. website, it has sometimes been mistaken for only a wedding planning firm but please be advised that Blush is NOT only for weddings. Though the Blush team specialized in weddings, we can make any of your event worth blushing over. ...

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