Hooray for Part Two of this Blog Post incorporating Pantone's Color of the Year for 2015, Marsala! When I was putting this grouping together and saw all of the different boards together, I knew that it would be better suited to be split into two different posts. So today, I'm bringing you four more ideas, that incorporate blues, pinks and greens into the marsala derived color inspiration. This color can be incorporated into so many hues - from the deeper reds to the rustier reds that I decided to design them with the deep burgundy and purplish elements that are in this same color family.
When I saw that Pantone had chosen their color of the year for 2015 to be Marsala, my mind instantly started swirling with ideas. There are SO many different color palettes that you can create using this color, and every single one of them screams romance. It may look like a bit of a rust red color, but I chose to use it as an inspirational color and design a few inspiration boards using the color hues in this color, incorporating the deep berry reds that are also in this color family, with burgundy, aubergine, maroons, and created a few different boards for you to use as inspiration for your wedding, if you'd like to incorporate this color!
I am so excited to be sharing the 2014 Holiday Prints Collection with you all today! Not only are this years designs available in different colors for your choosing, they will also be available this year as both digital downloads and prints! So, if you need something last minute, you will be able to have beautifully decorated prints adorning the cozy spaces in your home.
This past week, a few girly little girl prints were added to my Etsy shop. They are available in three different designs, but all of them were definitely created with little princesses in mind. My own daughter loves everything girly, loves flowers, and shiny things, so she was definitely the inspiration behind these. Plus, she is quickly learning her letters of the alphabet and she gets so excited when she sees any letters that she recognizes, so it only felt right to create alphabet prints to go along with them too. And don't worry, there will be prints available for little boys rooms soon as well ... those are just coming a little later. I have to keep some suspense, right? :)
I am so excited to be sharing this styled shoot with you today! I am so blessed to have amazing vendors who understand my creative mind, and I love so many different pieces about this shoot that my heart soared when it was featured on Style Me Pretty. So many different things come together for a styled shoot - usually you have one element that spurs it, and as your idea develops, it grows and changes and adapts. For me, this one item was a rose gold sequin table runner. One of my brides used a rose gold sequin linen for her wedding in March, and the minute that I saw it and felt it in my hands, I was hooked.
For a fun and fabulous insiprational wedding blog post today, I knew that I just had to post about this simple Southern beauty of fabric - seersucker. It is actually National Seersucker Day today too! (isn't it fantastic that it has it's own holiday??)
I love this fabric and think that it is such a fun texture element to add into your wedding. And, if you are looking for a way to add a little bit more prep into your wedding day, this may be just your answer!