I will admit, this bride has been a blog reader in the past (not sure if she still is now) and we’re friends on Facebook because of that. And when I clicked on a link to her wedding she posted this week I was bowled over. Like, yelled out loud “holy sh*t!” as I scrolled through . Talk about the most dreamy, fall wedding there ever was. As a wannabe/frustrated wedding planner (I considered the career for about a minute after getting married) I love inspecting all the details that go into events like this. They relate greatly to interiors too– see the end of my post for a holiday tablescape based on this wedding!
The invitation are intensely detailed– leather embossed covers, seals and delivered in a box.
The save the dates featured blackberries in a nod to the location of the wedding, the famed .
Love their old school, vintage inspired look (the velvet tux jacket is amazing).
Horse and carriage, natch.
They constructed a rustic/modern “outdoor chapel” that is pretty incredible yet simple. (P.S. Those flowers!)
Beautiful bouquet with feathers.
Guests had plaid blankets to keep warm (adorable).
The level of detail at this wedding is incredible! Planners really got to show off their skills.
Classic and yet whimsical.
Such a beautiful cake!
Congrats to the lovely couple on such an awe-inspiring celebration!
I felt so inspired by this wedding decor I used it as inspiration for a fall/ Thanksgiving table design. A little color, a lot of texture and references to nature. I love blue and brown together for holiday decorating!
And speaking of blue for holidays– act fast if you want to snap up my navy velvet Xmas stockings and tree skirts!!! I wanted to have a classic motif in a color that is less “SANTA’S COMING!!!!!” and more in line with how I like to decorate. Also new are the faux mohair throws (plaid is sold out, but light grey and ivory available and they are awesome!)