While normally I lean toward the colorful and whimsical, I love myself a clean palette from time to time. Modern isn't just reserved for a clean loft space, with the right vision, we can make a tropical beach wedding feel clean and modern. To achieve this look, use lots of greenery and keep the palette limited to a few colors, and metals. Bring in modern furniture for a sleek, unexpected look, and give your bridesmaids simple bouquets of protea and large leaves.
Mele Kalikimaka is the thing to say on a bright Hawaiian Christmas day. I've never spent Christmas any place that wasn't cold and snowy, but I had fun dreaming of a pretty way you could decorate for the holidays in a tropical locale. Poppy pink hibiscus mixed with traditional poinsettias, evergreens combine with tropical greenery make for a fun off-beat mix.
This week has been a long one, I'm sure we're all ready for the weekend. Hope you enjoy the last bits of summer and our favorite pretties from the week.
The prettiest setting I ever did see on Style Me Pretty.
A ceremony on a porch. So many pretty details from this farm house wedding on Ruffled.
Do I need to say anything about this backdrop? You need to see the rest of the details on Green Wedding Shoes.
Could you imagine a more perfect dance floor than this one from Snippet & Ink? I can't!
Just like a planner, it's barely spring and my mind is wandering to summer. I am dreaming up a fun, modern tropical wedding inspired by the continuing tropical print trend.