We couldn’t say good-bye to February without a little SPARKLE. It’s the perfect time of year to glitter everything up. The glitter madness starts in December for Christmas and New Years and rolls on over into February. BUT we think a wedding always warrants a little sparkle or maybe a lot. There are so many ways to add some sparkle to your day and how much is completely up to your individual style. You can wear your sparkle or use it as a decor element. Let’s show you some ideas….
How elegant and sultry is this? Dress yourself or your bridesmaids in sequins from head to toe and your wedding is sure to turn heads. You may want to add pops of SPARKLE throughout your day in various places. The cake table is always a great place to add a statement linen like this. How fun is this glitter arrow pointing to the reception sight or leading your guests to the ceremony?
We suggest picking a glitter tone first. There are more than you think. Gold, rose gold, silver or gun metal are probably the most popular.
Silver is so pretty paired with a bright pop of color.
What a pretty mix of rose gold paired with true gold.
This is a true, soft gold. We love how it’s paired with white flowers and the clear acrylic chairs.
The last picture is a pretty gun metal; it’s a much darker silver tone.
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Glitter makes everything prettier so what girl doesn’t need a little sparkle on her wedding day? Consider adding glitter to your wedding, you won’t be disappointed 😉
Be sure to check back with us for an exciting announcement very soon and stay tuned for our March giveaway! Here’s what we gave away last month.
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As we look back on our Summer highlights, Brittany Kelly and Alex Teate are definitely a 2013 highlight! We did almost all of Brittany’s planning remotely and worked to keep 100% at ease as we pulled together details to make her day a success!
Quote from Brittany:
“When I was planning my wedding, I lived out of state and actually booked the venue without seeing it in person! The Hazlehurst House is located in my hometown and after seeing the stunning pictures online of the garden wall, I knew that was where I was going to get married. Living out of state made it difficult to plan a wedding alone, so having a wedding planner included in the package made the planning process exciting and stress free!”
As you consider wedding venues, location isn’t an issue if the venue provides full-service planning and has an experienced execution team. Make sure you do your research on venue services as it relates to these details. They can make your day flawless or become a source of stress. Budgeting for a good planning team is a very important allowance in your wedding budget planning process.
Photography provided by Jacquie Rives Photography.
Held here at The Hazlehurst House, a historic vintage venue just outside Atlanta, Sydney and Brett’s garden wedding came together beautifully! Sidney was special to us at so many levels as she worked here as a part of our wedding execution team for a season. She was our very first bridal attendant, a position we added to the wedding day experience years ago. The bridal attendant doubles as an extra maid of honor for each bride providing double coverage for the day of experience. She stays in the background paying attention to every need of the entire bridal party and quietly steps in handles the need and fades away again. It is like a personal angle on the day of that no one anticipated being there.
Photographed by Jacquie Rives Photography, LLC, Sydney and Brett’s wedding was a perfect day!