A Real Winter Wedding with Red Wellies - Swoon. Ok how serendipitous is this… I just created a winter wedding inspiration board with red wellies and lo and behold, Carmen and Ingo send over to me a real wedding that features the exact same red wellies.
Oh and get this, they actually sent me the wedding photos several days before I posted my board and I only just got to their email today, so this was all honestly, completely, by fate. Red wellies aside, this winter wedding is seriously breathtaking! From the red sash to red shawl, red balloons to the red napkins, it just keeps getting better and better.
All the DIY details are so darling and so perfectly coordinated. You just have to see… Sigh…amazing, right? Many thanks to Carmen & Ingo for choosing Swoon to share Verena’s and Mathias’ gorgeous DIY wedding. Related posts: Hi! Lucy Dylan Weddings » Blog Archive » Lemonade Bar. I love the trend of lemonade bars!
This trend is more suitable for a warm outdoor reception, but it also has so many fun possibilities. You can have different flavors of lemonade, infused waters, and even a non-alcoholic sangria option. The different beverages will offer some very vibrant (and mouth-watering) pops of color to any party or reception. From mint lemonade to a watermelon your guests won’t even notice there isn’t any alcoholic beverages. Pink Lemonade Makes 3 quarts 1 cup granulated sugar2 1/2 cups fresh lemon juice, plus 4 lemons, thinly sliced crosswise, for garnish1 1/2 cups superfine sugar2 cups cranberry juice Directions Bring granulated sugar and 1 cup water to a boil in a medium pan over high heat.
Photos courtesy of Harley and Jane. ShareThis Print. Life of a Vintage Lover. A Handmade Outer Banks Wedding. Austin Wedding Blog.