Raise your hand if you’re still on the hunt for your wedding color palette?! If you’re on team colorful, let me introduce to you the loveliest slice of inspiration from some of my very favorite people in the wedding industry. With Smith + James Events behind the design and Kelly Lenard on blooms, hues like carnelian, coral, teal and purple are paired up for a vibrant melody. It all starts with a stellar invitation suite from Plume Calligraphy, and can we talk about that table, dressed in La Tavola and graced with rentals from Casa de Perrin and The Ark? SO good. Luna de Mare captured every angle of pretty—right this way.
There is one question you’ll be asked from every wedding vendor: “What’s your color palette?” Your answer will dictate what flowers your florist can use, what color your cake will be, your linens, your bridesmaids’ dresses, the men’s suits… the list goes on! Keep on reading to find out our tips on how in the world to decide on the perfect wedding color palette for you!
Everyone knows that planning a wedding can be expensive. In the age of social media, with lavish styled shoots populating your every feed, it’s easy to find yourself with champagne taste and a canned wine budget. Before you dismay, there are quite a few tricks that can help you cut your wedding costs without sacrificing style.
We’d be over-the-moon to dawn nearly any gown by designer Pronovias. But, if we’re being honest, we’d definitely give dibs to the latest dresses from the Beyond the Stars 2020 collection. They are s.t.u.n.n.i.n.g. The gals of SMP were lucky enough to attend the show during Barcelona Fashion week, and between the glittering lights, celebrity attendees, and dazzling details, they were counting their lucky stars to be in the presence of these lovely, celestial ensembles. If you want to get in on the action as well, pick a favorite from the round-up of pictures below.
If a fine art wedding vibe is what you’re going for, I insist you give today’s editorial a good long look. Inspired by Botticelli’s painting of ‘The Primavera’, the title of which means spring in Italian, it is artful in every way—from the blooms by Plenty Of Petals to the tabletop pretties from Casa de Perrin to every last detail planned by Haute Fetes. And let’s give some love for that Claire Pettibone dress, too! Simply Sarah captured it all on film, setting each moment in time for our viewing pleasure right this way.