Draw inspiration from the rustic wedding of Twilight's Nikki Reed to The Vampire Diaries' Ian Somerhalder. Their alfresco nuptials – held in Malibu, California – evoked a romantic feeling beginning with the décor, which incorporated antique elements, and concluded with the couple and their guests dancing beneath the stars.
Celebrate your special day in a similar fashion with a color scheme of neutrals, blushes, and accents of baby blue. Work in lace details and the simple beauty of nature to create a gorgeous and memorable event!
Your invites should serve as an introduction to your wedding. They should reflect your personality, style, and theme, as well as the formality of the day. Use an element native to your location in your table settings for a styled look.
If your dress doesn't have any embellishments, add some sparkle and texture with your accessories. Don't be afraid to pair lace, tulle, and crystals together. A lace sheath with sheer sleeves is a timeless silhouette that can work for any type of wedding, in any season.
An emerging trend is asking your guests to dress in your wedding colors. Be specific and give examples.
The best gift you can give your bridesmaids is choosing dresses for them that they will actually want to wear again. Pick a bridesmaid bouquet in the same palette as your wedding. Neutrals and nudes with blush and cream will always look chic against any backdrop.
A tan or light suit is a staple for any groom's closet. Not only is it perfect for spring or summer weddings, the pants and jacket can be styled separately to create looks for every occasion.