SHADES OF CELEDON

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Celedon is one of those, "it can't get much better than nature" colors subject to lots of different shades.  For me, the most primary shade is that of cactus and various succulents so perfect for spring and southwest weddings.  Celedon also pairs up nicely with just about every color out there, especially other greens and pastels.  But what I love best about celedon is the pure visual calm it brings to any palette.
CREDITS
Top Photo: Celedon dress from the Juliet and Romeo Collection--Atelier Aimee
Photos 2 and 3: Burlap purse by Sew Ruby Moon /Necklace via Vintage Virtousa
Photo 4: Wearable Art Wedding Dress via Tumblr
Photos 5 and 6: Casual paper bag booms via Martha Stewart Weddings/Waverly Casablanca Celedon Dinnerware Set via Amazon
Photo7: Celedon dress via Tumblr
Photo 8: Shades of celedon room via Pinterest
Photos  8 and 9: Dress on mannequin via Tumblr/Celedon, aqua and black necklace via Anthropologie
Photo 10: Dress by Valentino spring/summer 2013
Photos 11 and 12: Celedon 'Crystal' vest via My Tuxedo Catalog / Celedon tie via Ties.com
Photo 13: Armani Prive via Tumblr
Photos 14 and 15Celedon glazed pottery via Tumblr/Celedon loose leaf tea cups via The All Travler Store
Photo 16: Mermaid dress by Katastrophic Design spring/summer 2013





 

Celedon is one of those, "it can't get much better than nature" colors subject to lots of different shades.  For me, the most primary shade is that of cactus and various succulents so perfect for spring and southwest weddings.  Celedon also pairs up nicely with just about every color out there, especially other greens and pastels.  But what I love best about celedon is the pure visual calm it brings to any palette.
CREDITS
Top Photo: Celedon dress from the Juliet and Romeo Collection--Atelier Aimee
Photos 2 and 3: Burlap purse by Sew Ruby Moon /Necklace via Vintage Virtousa
Photo 4: Wearable Art Wedding Dress via Tumblr
Photos 5 and 6: Casual paper bag booms via Martha Stewart Weddings/Waverly Casablanca Celedon Dinnerware Set via Amazon
Photo7: Celedon dress via Tumblr
Photo 8: Shades of celedon room via Pinterest
Photos  8 and 9: Dress on mannequin via Tumblr/Celedon, aqua and black necklace via Anthropologie
Photo 10: Dress by Valentino spring/summer 2013
Photos 11 and 12: Celedon 'Crystal' vest via My Tuxedo Catalog / Celedon tie via Ties.com
Photo 13: Armani Prive via Tumblr
Photos 14 and 15Celedon glazed pottery via Tumblr/Celedon loose leaf tea cups via The All Travler Store
Photo 16: Mermaid dress by Katastrophic Design spring/summer 2013

Beatrice Nsanzugwanko and Maxmillian Kattikiro's Wedding

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OPTICAL WHITE

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Love that pure, clean look of optical white? I'm talking the screaming Mimi kind amped up to look like snow. Usually optical white is made out of man-made fibers like polyester but pure silk can be bleached. Some designers bleach already high sheen satins snow white to produce this bright effect, but is is right for you?  Typically this neon version of white looks stunning on darker skin tones--but not always. Believe me, there's nothing like actually stepping into the gown to find out.   All these dresses are by Spanish designer, Rosa Clara a true purist who sure knows how to work the bright whites.

Love that pure, clean look of optical white? I'm talking the screaming Mimi kind amped up to look like snow. Usually optical white is made out of man-made fibers like polyester but pure silk can be bleached. Some designers bleach already high sheen satins snow white to produce this bright effect, but is is right for you?  Typically this neon version of white looks stunning on darker skin tones--but not always. Believe me, there's nothing like actually stepping into the gown to find out.   All these dresses are by Spanish designer, Rosa Clara a true purist who sure knows how to work the bright whites.

Dreamy Napa Horse Farm Engagement Shoot

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As promised, today I'm sharing the "prequel" to yesterday's gorgeous wedding - the engagement shoot! Paula and Scott chose to visit Napa for their e*sesh and stumbled upon a horse farm during the shoot - serendipity! Thanks to eLLe PHOTOGRAPHY for sharing these lovely images!


So pretty! Would you consider having your engagement shoot at a farm?

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As promised, today I'm sharing the "prequel" to yesterday's gorgeous wedding - the engagement shoot! Paula and Scott chose to visit Napa for their e*sesh and stumbled upon a horse farm during the shoot - serendipity! Thanks to eLLe PHOTOGRAPHY for sharing these lovely images!



So pretty! Would you consider having your engagement shoot at a farm?

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GETTING GATSBYED!

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The past few weeks I've seen so many Gatsby-styled editorials out there on the wedding blogs, I'd swear we're all traveling back in time.  Some posts are magnificent but most I have to admit are overdone.   The point is, you want to form a complete look for yourself without piling the feather boa over too many sequins.  Whether you're recreating details of this particular era or mixing it up with other decades, your wedding look should reflect you and all that you love about fashion.

CREATING A GATSBY LOOK

*Have a passion for the era and really study it out.  If you watch shows like Boardwalk Empire or Downton Abbey, the costuming and set design in these productions is right on target.

*If you're trying to get as close as you can to authenticity and your hair is long, wear it in a styled chignon.  A hairstylist will know how to add those deep waves.  If your hair is short try to style it into a bob.  Again, a good hairstylist can Marcelle or style it to really look like you've been time traveling through the 1920s.  Also great hairstyling lays the perfect canvas for adding just the right headpiece or veil.  The model's hair in the picture below is actually quite long. Hairstylist, Kathi Rothkop of Salon Glam worked magic with it
Amy-Jo Tatum
* Veils and hats tended to be worn across or low on the forehead as in the image directly below.
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* The 1920s was the decade of the dropped waist that sat either on the hips or fell into no waistline at all found in the shift and chemise styles.
Amy-Jo Tatum
*Concentrate on accessories that pull your look together like ropes of pearls you can tie, knotted or fringed shawls and cloche hats.
Tory Burch
* Remember, this was an era when women's fashion finally reflected freedom from corsetry and heavy layering.  Heavy-duty bras and Spanx are fine if you really and truly need bust support and tummy control.  Otherwise, take a clue from your fashion forebears and free yourself.

* By all means seek out beautiful workmanship.  True, the standard 1920s silhouette didn't flatter every  woman's shape but it was an era known for incredible detailing on clothing like intricate smocking and hand embroidery, lace insets, pleats, draping, etc.
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The past few weeks I've seen so many Gatsby-styled editorials out there on the wedding blogs, I'd swear we're all traveling back in time.  Some posts are magnificent but most I have to admit are overdone.   The point is, you want to form a complete look for yourself without piling the feather boa over too many sequins.  Whether you're recreating details of this particular era or mixing it up with other decades, your wedding look should reflect you and all that you love about fashion.

CREATING A GATSBY LOOK

*Have a passion for the era and really study it out.  If you watch shows like Boardwalk Empire or Downton Abbey, the costuming and set design in these productions is right on target.

*If you're trying to get as close as you can to authenticity and your hair is long, wear it in a styled chignon.  A hairstylist will know how to add those deep waves.  If your hair is short try to style it into a bob.  Again, a good hairstylist can Marcelle or style it to really look like you've been time traveling through the 1920s.  Also great hairstyling lays the perfect canvas for adding just the right headpiece or veil.  The model's hair in the picture below is actually quite long. Hairstylist, Kathi Rothkop of Salon Glam worked magic with it
Amy-Jo Tatum
* Veils and hats tended to be worn across or low on the forehead as in the image directly below.
via Pinterest
* The 1920s was the decade of the dropped waist that sat either on the hips or fell into no waistline at all found in the shift and chemise styles.
Amy-Jo Tatum
*Concentrate on accessories that pull your look together like ropes of pearls you can tie, knotted or fringed shawls and cloche hats.
Tory Burch
* Remember, this was an era when women's fashion finally reflected freedom from corsetry and heavy layering.  Heavy-duty bras and Spanx are fine if you really and truly need bust support and tummy control.  Otherwise, take a clue from your fashion forebears and free yourself.

* By all means seek out beautiful workmanship.  True, the standard 1920s silhouette didn't flatter every  woman's shape but it was an era known for incredible detailing on clothing like intricate smocking and hand embroidery, lace insets, pleats, draping, etc.
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Romantic Rustic Chic Winery Wedding in Sonoma, Calif.

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Hope you're having a wonderful Memorial Day, loves!

I'm loving every last detail of Paula and Scott's gorgeous winery wedding in Sonoma and I know you will, too! You might recognize their wedding as it was featured on SMP, the holy grail of all wedding blogs, earlier this year. Laura Monfredini, of eLLe PHOTOGRAPHY was kind to share lots of new photos of their wedding with us today. And, for an extra special treat, I'll be sharing Paula and Scott's incredibly gorge e*sesh tomorrow - the couple chose to visit a horse farm in Napa and the results are nothing short of amazing, I promise. ;)




Says photographer Laura Monfredini, "Paula & Scott met 'the old fashioned' way - in a bar in San Francisco one night when Paula happened to be out after work. At the time, she was only in San Francisco on a temporary basis for a summer internship and she wasn't looking for anything serious. As they say, sometimes love finds you when you aren't looking, because by the end of that night in the bar, she was smitten with Scott. And by the end of the summer, she decided to give a long-distance romance with Scott a shot. He was smitten too, and a year and a half later when she moved back to San Francisco, he proposed.


Their wedding took place at the beautiful Viansa Winery in Sonoma, California. The setting was a perfect mix of rustic elegance, complete with a tent housing crystal chandeliers. 



The ceremony took place in the barrel room, and Paula walked down the aisle to harpists playing "Here Comes the Sun," which is their song.


After the wedding, the couple said their favorite part was dancing with their families. The two families hadn't met before the wedding because Paula's family lives in Brazil, and Scott's in Oregon. During the reception, Paula changed into a short, Kate Spade dress so she could boogie with everyone else!"


Don't forget to stop by tomorrow to see Paula and Scott's incredibly romantic e*sesh at a Napa horse farm. I'm telling you - it's one of my favorite engagement sessions I've ever seen. ;)

Thanks to eLLe PHOTOGRAPHY for sharing these exquisite photos with us and congrats to Paula and Scott! xx.

Credits:
Photography: eLLe PHOTOGRAPHY
Flowers: Loop Flowers
Cake: Occasional Cakes
Cupcakes: Kara's cupcakes
Band: A Frontline Band
String Trio: A Garden Strings
Caterers: Sage Catering
Ceremony: Your Ceremony Matters
Videographer: Martin Films
Dress: Monique Lhuillier (long), Kate Spade (short)
Suit: J. Crew


Hope you're having a wonderful Memorial Day, loves!

I'm loving every last detail of Paula and Scott's gorgeous winery wedding in Sonoma and I know you will, too! You might recognize their wedding as it was featured on SMP, the holy grail of all wedding blogs, earlier this year. Laura Monfredini, of eLLe PHOTOGRAPHY was kind to share lots of new photos of their wedding with us today. And, for an extra special treat, I'll be sharing Paula and Scott's incredibly gorge e*sesh tomorrow - the couple chose to visit a horse farm in Napa and the results are nothing short of amazing, I promise. ;)




Says photographer Laura Monfredini, "Paula & Scott met 'the old fashioned' way - in a bar in San Francisco one night when Paula happened to be out after work. At the time, she was only in San Francisco on a temporary basis for a summer internship and she wasn't looking for anything serious. As they say, sometimes love finds you when you aren't looking, because by the end of that night in the bar, she was smitten with Scott. And by the end of the summer, she decided to give a long-distance romance with Scott a shot. He was smitten too, and a year and a half later when she moved back to San Francisco, he proposed.


Their wedding took place at the beautiful Viansa Winery in Sonoma, California. The setting was a perfect mix of rustic elegance, complete with a tent housing crystal chandeliers. 



The ceremony took place in the barrel room, and Paula walked down the aisle to harpists playing "Here Comes the Sun," which is their song.


After the wedding, the couple said their favorite part was dancing with their families. The two families hadn't met before the wedding because Paula's family lives in Brazil, and Scott's in Oregon. During the reception, Paula changed into a short, Kate Spade dress so she could boogie with everyone else!"


Don't forget to stop by tomorrow to see Paula and Scott's incredibly romantic e*sesh at a Napa horse farm. I'm telling you - it's one of my favorite engagement sessions I've ever seen. ;)

Thanks to eLLe PHOTOGRAPHY for sharing these exquisite photos with us and congrats to Paula and Scott! xx.

Credits:
Photography: eLLe PHOTOGRAPHY
Flowers: Loop Flowers
Cake: Occasional Cakes
Cupcakes: Kara's cupcakes
Band: A Frontline Band
String Trio: A Garden Strings
Caterers: Sage Catering
Ceremony: Your Ceremony Matters
Videographer: Martin Films
Dress: Monique Lhuillier (long), Kate Spade (short)
Suit: J. Crew


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