We’re in the middle of full-blown summer right now, and I just love this vintage blue and yellow color palette for a classic, bright, and cheery summertime wedding!
Credits (clockwise from top left): Aqua earrings by Thomas Lane; Yellow bridesmaid dresses by Blue Elephant Photography via Style Unveiled; Engagement ring by KT Merry Photography via Fab Mood; Flower girl headband by Amu and Pri; Table number by Meagan Ramirez via Wedding Chicks; Fabric by Dear Stella.
Spring has arrived, and here is a little Easter fabric inspiration to celebrate! I love the playfulness of this colorful raindrop print. Wouldn’t this be cute for a spring-themed event? Perhaps an adorable baby or bridal shower!
Credits (clockwise from top left): Katelyn James Photography via Heart Love Weddings ; Mirelle Carmichael Photography; Kristina Curtis Photography via Green Wedding Shoes; Tammy Swales Photography via Grey Likes Weddings; fabric by Timeless Treasures.
This is one of those days when what I do is a little extra fun. I just walked through the Los Angeles International Textile Show and am feeling so inspired. So many textures, colors, patterns… I really can’t wait to use some of these beautiful fabrics in some new custom invites!
One fabric trend I am loving is the wonderful ikat fabrics that are popping up in everything from fashion to home decor. I think ikat would also make for a truly stylish fabric wedding invitation.
This one could be perfect for a modern yellow and gray wedding:
Credits (counterclockwise from top left): Bridesmaid bouquet and rings by Stephanie Williams Photography; Jackie Wonders via The Wedding Chicks; Jennifer Eileen Photography via OneWed.
Our last succulent wedding invitation fabric is a great geometric pattern that brings in beautiful earth tones in a playful, modern way!
Credits (clockwise from lower left): First two images Picotte Photography via Wedding Chicks; Jasmine Starr via Style Unveiled; Erica O’Brien via Junebug Weddings; Jennifer Roper Photography via Style Unveiled.
Right now, I’m thinking a lot about fall weddings, and I’m loving all the creative uses of succulents in centerpieces, bouquets, and boutonnieres these days. What a beautiful, smart, and eco-friendly choice for fall when fresh blooms may be a little more difficult to come by! So for the next few fabric inspirations, I’ve pulled some great fabrics that I think would pair perfectly with a succulent wedding.
This first fabric features large, abstract florals that remind me of those round cabbage-y looking succulents (like the ones in the upper left of the collage, and I sure wish I knew what they were called!). The slate blues and sage greens mirror the range of succulent hues, which incidentally are just perfect with bright yellow accents!
Credits (clockwise from upper left): JL Designs via Ruffled Blog; Ash Little via Cake and Pictures; Erin Hearts Court via anthimeria; Stephanie Williams via Pretty Chicky; Heidi Ryder via Style Unveiled; Picotte Photography via Wedding Chicks