Friday, February 1, 2013

Favorite Pins of the Week

You may be seeing some snow flurries if you're near us in Hampton Roads but we're looking forward to a warm spring and summer and a season full of weddings. (At least we're trying to think about warm weather... in hopes that the promise of sunshine can get us through these last few weeks of up and down temperatures.)

To get us in the spirit of the upcoming seasons here are some of our favorite warm-weather wedding pins of the week!

Choose-Your-Own dress/suit for the wedding party. We love the coordinated yet not so matchy-matchy look of this large wedding party and also how the variations in each person's outfit allows a little of their own personality to shine through while still highlighting the bride and groom. Not to mention, who wouldn't love the blush pink of these dresses. From theknottybride.

An outdoor ceremony is always a beautiful venue, but it's great to see that couples are also bucking tradition with the set up of their ceremony. This circle arrangement still allows the bride to walk down the "aisle" but also puts all of their guests up close to the couple as they say their "I do's". From Mywedding.

Let's face it, guys don't like wearing tuxes or suits. We know this, but we make them do it anyway.... cause they look so nice right?  If your wedding allows for a somewhat more relaxed feel, maybe we can consider letting the guys out of the hot sticky suits for the day?  We love this look of vests with rolled up sleeves. Nothing says warm weather more than rolling up your sleeves and your guys will thank you for skipping the polyester. From onetowed.

You can't have a spring or summer wedding without a good cold drink! There are so many ways to make your drink station and beverage bar unique, fun, whimsical, elegant, or just flat out awesome. The most tried and true favorite is still the signature drink. Whether it's nonalcoholic or with just a little added kick (maybe even just a flavored water?) you can make it yours with a fun name or by incorporating your favorite elements to the recipe. From hatunotblog.

Biking, or should we say "beach cruisin" is one of the basic parts of life at the Virginia Beach oceanfront and we are still waiting for that couple who will recreate this bike parade... maybe toward the after-party after the reception?  Or from the ceremony to the reception? Either way, we love it. From thebridenextdoor.

Happy pinning!

No comments:

Post a Comment