In our world, you have to be months, even years, ahead of the game. we are always planning for the seasons ahead! That is why today, we are featuring the use of pastel colors for all currently planning spring couples! Though we will say, we can’t think of a season where pastels are not welcome…after all, it’s your wedding! We hope these pictures will give you some inspiration, so come and take a look!
Before really diving into their wedding planning, one of the processes we most see couples struggle with is figuring out how to style their wedding and make it reflective of their personalities and their love story. Aside from their (virtual) Pinterest wedding board, many brides come to us overwhelmed and not always sure on where to start, what they truly like and how to make it happen. We decided it was time to put together a small workshop for a select number of brides to help guide each attending bride-to-be through the basics with the help of some amazingly talented local vendors – and we are SO excited about it!!!
So without further ado…
What would we do without Pinterest? How would we decorate our home? Find recipes? Plan a wedding? It’s hard to imagine what we did before Pinterest was around, when recipes were in cook books, home decor ideas were from magazines and wedding ideas were cut and glued into binders. Nowadays, we have one website and one account that holds everything we could ever dream of. We can create that model home, learn how to crochet (that we swear we’ll get around to doing) and most importantly, the ultimate dream wedding. However, as much as we love Pinterest, there is a side of us that absolutely hates it. Now we know what you’re probably thinking, “how can a wedding planner hate Pinterest?!” And that’s a totally reasonable thought. Which is why we want to address this today and now…before Pinterest takes over your life and wedding without you even realizing it!
We are so happy we finally get to share R + E’s wedding that took place at the Westin Tampa Harbour Island! Their romantic draping with candles at each table lit up the room in elegant lighting. The pink and grey colors complimented each other with class, with help from little cotton candy favor bags for each guest. Located in the Terrace room, the floor-to-ceiling windows made the room seem even bigger and gave a great view of the Harbour. However, the biggest jaw-dropping aspect of the night was the non-traditional pink dress that our bride went with! The gorgeous hue was perfect for her day and she looked absolutely stunning walking down the aisle.
Come and take a look at their day!