|Your Complete Guide to Door County Bridal Inspiration|
April 23rd, 2012 | 2 Comments - Leave a Comment
Who’s ready for some warm weather?! It’s been swinging back and forth between unseasonably warm weather and freezing temperatures in the mornings lately in Door County which makes us ready for some warm sand between our toes. So today’s inspiration has a few whimsical ideas for a summer Door County wedding.
We love the flip flop and beach chair invitations that gives your guests a glimpse of the wedding to come, and who can resist sandals that help you dig your feet into the sand while you walk down the isle. Drift wood and sea shells also make a stunning appearance below. The shells aren’t native to Door County, but they’re so pretty that no one will mind if you walk down the isle carrying a bouquet of them, in fact you can pick one up for a steal of only $200!
March 12th, 2012 | 0 Comments - Leave a Comment
With the warm weather this past weekend and expected to continue this week, we couldn’t help but imagine the beautiful weddings on the water coming this year! … which inspired us to share a few of the many ways to get married on the water in Door County.
Whether there is grass or sand under you and your guest’s feet, or you choose to have the Bay of Green Bay or Lake Michigan as your backdrop, getting married along the gorgeous shores of Door County is an amazing experience!
Photo 1: Location at Stone Harbor. Photography by Art of Exposure / Photo 2: Location at Cana Island Lighthouse. Photography by Avenson Photography / Photo 3: Location in Ellison Bay, WI. Photography by Brown Street Studios / Photo 4: Location at The Harbor Lady. Photography by Jason Mann Photography / Photo 5: Location at the Alpine Resort. Photography by Matt Normann Photography
February 27th, 2012 | 1 Comments - Leave a Comment
Just one of many things you have to think about when planning your wedding, the guest book! Should you choose a traditional line listing book or do you want to go unconventional? There are a myriad of ways to keep the names of those who joined you at your wedding while incorporating your wedding theme or by choosing something that shows an activity you both love, or perhaps it’s just something that will make liven up the decor of your home.
From using a book of your engagement photos or making something to snuggle with together on the couch to sharing your love of wine or music, here are a few ways to make a great keepsake out of your guest book.
Find links to images shown above on our
Traditions and New Ideas Pinterest Board linked below.
February 24th, 2012 | 0 Comments - Leave a Comment
Today you’re getting some much needed yellow inspiration, paired with one of my favorite colors, grey. It’s a color scheme that can work any time of year! You’ll find some DYI decor ideas like silver sea shells and fun rosettes along with some over the top glamor like a wedding ring cake design and a kiss that makes fireworks.
DYI Shells /Gray Dress by Sarah Seven / DYI Gray & Yellow Paper Rosettes / Invitation: Wedding Paper Divas / Ring: Evergreen Laurel Silver Wedding Band with Diamond Accent / Necklace: Pearl and Sterling Silver Pendant / Bridal Party: Photography by Rochelle Mort Photography / Groomsman / Cake: Yellow Wedding Ring Design / Fireworks: Photography by Ruth Ritter, National Geographic
February 13th, 2012 | 1 Comments - Leave a Comment
Red is a very powerful color with different meanings throughout cultures and situations. According to Color Matters, red is one of the top two favorite colors of all people. Many wedding dresses in China, India and Vietnam are red, the traditional color of good luck and auspiciousness. In symbolism, red is the color of extremes. It’s the color of passionate love, seduction, violence, danger, anger and adventure.
With all that being said, bright colors, including red, are popping up in the wedding scene mostly in accessories. Bride’s shoes, the wedding decor, a bridesmaid’s handbag — the pop of color brings a touch of excitement and unexpectedness to an otherwise traditional affair.
Some brides feel comfortable going all-out with a over-the-top use of color like the canopy shown below, and other prefer to be more subdued touch of color like the ruby red slippers under their wedding dress. But whatever your choice, there should be a few things that catch your eye and inspire you in today’s Valentine’s Day inspired board.
Find links to images shown above on our Pinterest Board linked below.