Back in August, a good friend of mine told me of a wedding he had recently attended, the wedding of his friend, a Brooklyn artist, to her hubby. He described the reception as the most intricately designed party he had ever been to or seen! The elaborate nature of this bouquet aligns with what I imagined when he told me of this celebration. :)
Hosting a party? Why not try an ice cream social! Feast your eyes on this gorgeous fête by Coco+Kelley. <3
Generally speaking, I am not big into the vintage wedding idea; however, I came across these charming vintage tin can floral arrangements on The Wedding Chicks and could not help but smile. I love them! Speaking of flowers, I am shopping at the Los Angeles Flower District some time this week. For any who live in or near the city, you should too!! BEST (really, the best) deals on flowers, ribbons, vases, and much more! Get there early :)
How inspired! Camille Styles uses a wooden plank as a table runner to create this rustic holiday look. I am a fan.
Drink flags—just cute or absolutely indispensable? I say the latter! :) Yes, to some these may be considered mere trinkets, but details matter and creative treats like these show that a host cares to take his or her event to the next level. Plus, who could make a misstep with these favors? They’re adorable! The drink flags featured above are by Wiley Valentine (they carry the cutest stationery ever), truly “inspired paper delights.”