As I’ve written before, my ideas for wedding flowers, decorations, and general sensibilities lean toward the overblown and old-fashioned. My anti-bouquet would be a tightly packed sphere of single-colored gerbera daisies. Too modern, too simple, too monochromatic.
(a little inspiration board I just whipped up)
in contrast with this:
(Pretty, but not me.)
Here is ribbon I could use to wrap the bridesmaids’ bouquets:
Here are velveteen flowers I could add anywhere (hair, bouquets, guestbook, attached to old-fashioned pocketbooks…)
Here is a bracelet that could re-inspire my whole idea of dress, hair, and accessories:
I mean–this shop includes an ENTIRE category called “Cupcake Trinkets,” with darlings such as:
I’m in loveliness overload. Vintage china, old jewelry, refashioned pincushions, patterns in pastel, glitter, finery. I love all of it. So, while places like the Knot might feature monochromatic weddings, preppy weddings, and modern looks for modern brides, I’ll be returning to Seeking Everyday Beauty for fruit for my brainstorming.