Friday, August 29, 2008
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Sunday, August 17, 2008
With such colors, you don't have to have every element display a shot of red, orange, and brown all at once. It's best to disperse these colors all throughout the wedding. The bridesmaids' dresses, for example, can have a nice tinge of orange on a silk taffeta fabric. The backdrop for the scene can be an outdoor location overlooking a garden whose leaves have only begun to change color. I also see some hues of yellow in the scene to addd that pop of color. A splash of brilliant gold can also resonate the tables as flowers in rich red or burgundy are displayed in ornamental vases or even as flat arrangements. The most definite part of the wedding, though, is chocolate. For the bride and groom who love chocolate, a wedding cake decked out in chocolate but with a statement will definitely make the day extra special and of course, memorable!
Saturday, August 16, 2008
1) The Bouquet - colorful dahlias and deep red roses - Luv the dahlias!
2) The Table Decor and Favors - a scene of red roses, fall fruits, and multiple fall hues. So vibrant!
3) The Cake - an unusual chocolate creation - I've never seen this; these are individual chocolate cakes filled with a grand marnier ganache and wrapped with a chocolate crust! How cool!
4) The Stamps - These are so cute!
Thursday, August 14, 2008
I don't think I ever outgrew the color pink. These gorgeous pink dresses just say "feminine" to the max. Just think, a color palette so girly that you can have so much fun with it. And if you have a pink engagement ring for starters, this is the way to go!
Sunday, August 10, 2008
Saturday, August 09, 2008
Thursday, August 07, 2008
Wednesday, August 06, 2008
It's at the Hilton Maldives Resort & Spa (now Conrad Maldives Rangali Island) where you will find the Ithaa underwater restaurant - the world's first aquarium-style undersea restaurant. You can also have the ceremony underwater. Hmm, you can also go snorkeling and ties the knot this way, but you'd have to get wet, so not good. How's that for a destination wedding? Check em' out:
In a Cave
Located in Camdneton, MO. This place is actually called the "bridal cave" - an intricate array of caverns located in the Ozarks area. The only cavern I've been to was in Luray Caverns located in Virginia, which was thoroughly amazing. It may be a bit strange to have a wedding ceremony amidst stalactites and stalagmites, but it' still interesting and certainly very odd. Visit the site:
A Roller Roaster Wedding
Now, this is something that not everyone will be thrilled to do. I'm not a roller coaster type of person myself. However, some people love roller coasters and maybe their relationship was somewhat of a rollercoaster, so getting married in one would be natural. Also, another option is to get married in Six Flags, which incidentally had a theme called "Thrilled Ever After" back in 7/7/07 to commemorate that lucky day. It actually did happen last year.
Saturday, August 02, 2008
You can view more spectacular photos at:
And if you have to go to the toilet? Yes, everyone has to be lowered down.
Friday, August 01, 2008
I gather that there should a slew of elegant, new bridesmaid dresses and fun color palettes to work with this coming fall.