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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Wednesday Wishlist

Wednesday Wishlist-Wedding Wednesday Version

Anyone who knows me knows that I'm obsessed with weddings. I love going to them, looking at pictures, pinning ideas for them onto my I'll Wear White & You'll Wear Out The Words I Love You  and my Engagement & Wedding Pictures  Pinterest boards.

Although I'm not currently planning my own wedding (yet), I do dream as every other good Southern girl does. For this Wednesday's Wishlist, it's going to be a Wedding Wednesday enjoy!

couple photography

I love rustic, country engagement sessions...but this one is so beautiful. The couple looks so in love & I adore how they incorporated the horses into the bottom shot.

These photos came from Amanda Lea Photography , who does absolutely beautiful work.

Father letting go of the bride's hand.  Love this shot.

This image is one that I know my photographer will HAVE to capture on my big day. The bride letting go of her father's hand and going off into her new future with her brand-new husband is such a stirring moment. Plus, that dress is phenomenal-let's be honest.

This photo didn't have a link back to a photography page, so once again if you know who's photo this is..I would love to give them credit!

choose a seat, not a sideOh snap!

Chalk art is a must for any Southern wedding! 

I love the saying featured on the first sign, since it's a little different from the over-used "Come as you are, stay as long as you can. We're all family now, so no seating-plan!"
And I love the idea of having your own personal Instagram hashtag so that the happy couple can view all of their wedding pictures from all of their friends & family! 

Southern Weddings featured the seating sign on their website from a beautiful Arkansas wedding & Wedding Chicks featured the second sign from a beautiful wedding! 

Add a personal touch to your bouquet wrap! #weddingbouquet #weddingideas {Katelyn James Photography}

This bouquet is so beautiful, I just can't stand it. The peonies are my ideal wedding flower, the exposed stems are perfect for a touch of bright color, and I can't get over the monogrammed ribbon. The monogrammed ribbon could even be your "Something Blue" if you so choose! It's not a Southern wedding unless something is monogrammed, so it might as well be your bouquet.

Wedding Wire  featured this beautiful bouquet along with several others!

Another angle.

This engagement ring is so dainty and precious. I love the small twist on the sides, the large circular center diamond, smaller diamonds in the square halo & on the band, and the small almost rose-gold metal. Is there anything better than a vintage-inspired engagement ring?

This particular ring didn't have a link back to a blog or jewelry website, so I'm not sure of it's original source...but I wish I was!

 For bridesmaids, consider bouquets of hydrangea. This big flower will pack a lot of "OOMF" with just a few stems. You can opt for white like the ones here, or add a little color!  Personally, I like the idea of going with all white for the bridesmaids and then adding a little bit of color to the bridal bouquet. Creates a beautiful pop against a white gown!

I love the idea of using hydrangeas as the bridesmaids bouquet. Using only a few stems, you can get a lot of visual interest! Wrap them with some simple ribbon & you're done. Plus, it will accent a Southern, rustic themed wedding (like the one I want!)
This photo is from Www.TheKnot.Com


As soon as I saw this, I knew I wanted to do something similar for my wedding centerpieces. It's so simple and delicate, plus I know it would be more cost effective than having huge centerpieces from a florist!
Featured on Country Cleaver's blog.

I hope y'all enjoyed this weeks edition of Wednesday Wishlist featuring Wedding Wednesday!

What theme do you want to use/did you use for your wedding?
What are some of your favorite ways to cut wedding/entertaining costs?

Until next time...
xoxo, SS

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