So...have you ever found lost candy in your cabinet? And you can't help but think you've spotted the golden ticket. Well, I found a shiny Cadbury Creme Egg in mine today. And I ate it. You know...you win some, you lose some.
Jill Bliss has some really cool stuff. One of her prints was our third purchase for the house from The Reform School. They're really fun and reasonably priced, which is always nice. Here was our purchase...a "native herb" poster:
And here it is all dandied up in our room, next to a print by our friend Courtney (who also did our save the dates for the wedding!)...we finally feel like our room looks homey now, even though it doesn't look like it from this picture!
Another favorite...Jayme and Chris, featured in Martha Stewart Weddings. It's so sweet and beautiful. And, the flowers are by Livia Cetti of The Green Vase. She's done styling for Anthropologie catalogs, if that tells you anything... Anyways, a lot of our little wedding details were loosely based off this wedding. We even tried to order that fun monogrammed candy from PapaBubble in New York, but alas, it was a bit hard to get in touch (we ended up settling on Bissinger's chocolate instead which was pretty delicious). Enjoy!
I'm going to use my next few posts to put up some of my favorite weddings of ALL time. I love everything about this one...the muted colors mixed with bright ones, the classic style with a unique edge, the incredible dress. Oh, and her bouquet? Might be one of my favs. I first saw this Charleston wedding of Carter and Fred on MSW online, only after seeing their really beautiful Halloween-themed rehearsal dinner on StyleMePretty (and I'm really not much for Halloween). All the event planning was by Soiree in Charleston...their events are impeccable. Seriously. Not a lost detail to be found. (All photos by Liz Banfield from Martha Stewart Weddings)