Saturday, July 10, 2010

a bohemian chic wedding.

The thing about bohemian chic is that there really aren't any rules. :) The idea is to go with what moves you. I'm a huge fan of simple lines in a wedding dress and this long Anita dress is the perfect blend of sexy and boho. Because of the amazing cut and purity in the silk of the dress, you don't need a lot of bling {your ring is it} and maybe a delicate rose-gold cuff. Beautifully complimenting the bride is a similar silhouette in the Kimon dress for bridesmaids both by Elizabeth and James. With all the influx of color, I can so appreciate getting back to demure with blush tones and color accents. Talk about going beyond the one-wear strategy of a wedding day...the bride's rose-gold Jeffrey Campbell "Jaya" and the bmaids' Michael Kors gladiators will kick it long after the nuptuals. I have been loving bib necklaces, and this one, crafted by EmersonMade is both feminine and funky. What an awesome gift! The mason jar cupcakes looking positively yummy, the vintage birdcages, and the freshly-picked tablescape tie the knot on the 'I do's for me! Oh...and maybe with a little help from the dashing groom in his linen suit, skinny tie, and whimsical little boutonnieres made of fabric. mmmm, wedding planning anyone? xo

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