Luna Bazaar is one of those sites that we easily get lost in. Especially when it comes to shopping for wedding and party decor. You can honestly plan, and buy your entire wedding from their selection of pretty parasols, lanterns, festive lights, favor ideas, paper poms and lots lots more. And their poms and fans pair so nicely with some of our favorite wedding details of late, we couldn’t help but share. So many colors and textures to match any wedding style! Dress photo credit
Le blog organiser un mariage - Part 11 Du rouge, du rose, du liberty, des pois… voici un diy pour réaliser un plan de table avec des jolis coeurs suspendus. Matériel nécessaire : une toile blanche , des épingles à nourrice ou des épingles, du ruban, des perles, des coeurs à imprimer Etape 1: Imprimez et découpez les coeurs Etape 2: Découpez un morceau de papier que vous pouvez découper comme vous souhaitez. pour inscrire les prénoms des invités
This has been a week of such happiness, good news and exciting new things that I couldn’t resist ending with another happy day: the wedding of two designers in California. Danni and Nick met at The Art Institute; he was studying game design, and she was focusing on graphic design. After meeting at a friend’s poker night they clicked, and Nick proposed during a trip to Seattle (he even made her a wooden ring). For the big day, Danni and Nick chose to get married on their five-year anniversary of dating at a park in Fullerton, California, where they had their first date. What I love so much about their big day is that they actually reversed their wedding schedule to have the reception first because they wanted to get married at sunset. So at 4pm, guests gathered and everyone shared a picnic basket lunch together. Design*Sponge » Blog Archive » weekly wrap up + california wedding
15 Years of Great Wedding Ideas Nobody, whether they're 6 or 60, can ignore a table of eye-catching confections in bright pinks, peaches, and golds. The assortment of sweets includes pillow mints, Milkies, sugarbonen, jelly beans, malted-milk balls, taffy sticks, macaroons, and more. We adorned simple apothecary jars and the tablecloth with gold thread lace.