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FROM FANTASY TO FÊTE: LA VIE EN ROSÉ

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Camille Styles here, with today’s (girly, flowery and very, very pink) fantasy turned fête… I created this inspiration board as the jumping-off point to the prettiest of get-togethers… bachelorette party, anyone? A rosé wine tasting with yummy cheese pairings is set at a table adorned with garden roses and a simple, organic vibe. Celebrate the […]

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  1. Luciane at HomeBunch.com

    Wow! Gorgeous post! The pictures are amazing!

    Have a great summer day!

    xo

    Luciane at HomeBunch.com

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C+K SPONSOR: PROJECT WEDDING

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If you’re a bride-to-be or a stalker of fantastic wedding ideas (just waiting for that ring to land on your finger!), then you know that there are tons of websites and blogs out there to offer inspiration for your big day. I’ve found, though, that many of them can be challenging when trying to track […]

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WEDDING INSPIRATION: HIGH DRAMA

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All this talk of black+white the last few days reminded me of a wedding palette I had started on quite some time ago based on a post I did on the fabulously dramatic and unexpected combination of coral+black. I thought it was high time I finish the inspiration board and share it with you all!I […]

28 responses on “WEDDING INSPIRATION: HIGH DRAMA

  1. Anonymous

    Coral is a major player!

    I love it with the tiniest bit of turquoise too.

    It is the center of the rainbow, so it can bridge every color, one to another.

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  2. Anonymous

    Okey, has anyone noticed how insanely blue the grooms eyes are?!? Wow. Who needs turquiose when you have eyes like that?

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  3. Anonymous

    This is actually a color scheme the boyfriend would love. He's even entertained the idea of all-black. But classy. haha

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SWEET SLICES OF INSPIRATION

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I’ve always loved this editorial from Martha Stewart where bits of ribbon, paper and more are put together to create inspiration for wedding cakes!This first one is my favorite – black and white stripes, kelly greens and aqua blues – what’s not to love? Of course, I never like to take anything at face value, […]

17 responses on “SWEET SLICES OF INSPIRATION

  1. Anonymous

    These are beautiful and must have been fun to put together. I have never done a board for inspiration…I think I am going to have to give it a try. Lovely!

    ~jamilyn

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  2. Anonymous

    I love that you posted about this! I've been taking inspiration from everywhere lately, even photos of a bunch of balloons or cupcakes! And each of these have such beautiful color palettes!

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  3. Anonymous

    LOVE these! do i admit that i'm saving these inspiration boards to my inspiration files for inspiration boards? inspiration overload.

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  4. Anonymous

    Love the bold green color in the first one – complete surprise. Love that! Same for the grey color in the pink board. It really adds depth!

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  5. Anonymous

    I love inspiration boards! I enjoy making them much more now that they're not for a college class- crazy time constraints and lack of sleep produced forced inspiration which was not so inspirational!!!

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  6. Anonymous

    Very pretty and inspiring! I am OBSESSED with aquamarine {as you can see from my site}, so the first one is definitely my fav :)

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  7. Anonymous

    Loooooove the coral! Ever since your coral + black color inspiration post last year, I've been quietly obsessing over coral. I actually printed that post out in color and tacked it up inside my closet for inspiration.

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  8. Anonymous

    NO WAY. Corals and pinks with warm browns and grays is my wedding color palette (well, with more pops of orange, actually). I hope you're doing well! LOVE the bedroom makeover. xoxo

    Paige

    P.S. I miss blogging!! I'll just live vicariously through you. Oh, yeah, and your Anthro job. :)

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HELLO DOTTIE

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Absolutely in love with these confetti-themed wedding ideas…A perfect way to tie in a few different colors into your scheme… and just a hint of glitter with that metallic background. So fun and festive! *by martha stewart via ariel gordon

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  1. Anonymous

    ooooh the colours of the confetti against the pure white cake are divine!

    love how there si some confetti on the table too as if it was just sprinkled naturally

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  2. Anonymous

    Just when I thought I'd seen every gorgeous Martha Stewart cake out there…a brilliant new one pops up! This is definitely one to add to my list of favorites. Doesn't it make you want to pop open a bottle of bubbly?

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  3. Anonymous

    Right there with ya', Cassandra! I love that it hits that perfect spot between random/playful & clean/elegant! LOVE. It! :)

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  4. Anonymous

    This is sooo cute here !! =)
    I've putted your blog on my favourites, it looks really nice ! I'm gonna visit you a lot; really like it !

    Sorry if my english is not the best, but I speak french and I'm not really bilingual lol.

    Have a nice day !!

    http://keesha.blogy.fr/
    YOU'RE ALL WELCOME !!

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  5. Anonymous

    Oh this is so pretty! I like that it's cute without being too purposefully whimsical (you know those wacky-for-the-sake-of-being-wacky cakes?)

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  6. Anonymous

    Oh yes! And I bet cheaper on the wallet, with no fancy flowers to make. I wish I had had a wedding cake, we had yummy creme brule instead…I love me a pretty cake. Been loving how colorful your blog is lately :)

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  7. Anonymous

    And I always thought confetti to be so annoying. (You know, when you open an envelope and it falls into the very depths of your carpet.) That cake is fantastic though! Love seeing such a new, fun trend out there in wedding world.

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  8. Anonymous

    It's definitely such an awesome way to get all the colors you want together. The cake is just fantastic — I love simple cakes. They make a real statement.

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  9. Anonymous

    I guess it's getting close to being wedding season. I'm amazed how many options and ideas there are for weddings now.

    When I got married 14 long years ago things were still so traditional (even for someone like me who likes different or creative). If I had come out with a cake like this fabulous one people would have thought I was looped.

    Love how everyone expresses their personal style now with weddings. But, I did absolutely love my day & all my flowers, dress, the works. Such fond memories.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Gwen Driscoll
    Ragland Hill Social

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  10. Anonymous

    This is perfection! Definitely going in my Wedding file. So simple, fun, and just a little bit whimsical! Great for an androgynous feel, too!

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