July 2016

Month Archives


Posted on 07/27/2016


We are back with another wedding playlist! For this playlist we wanted to mix some great well known throwbacks with a bit of modern twist. There’s pop, rock, rap & alternative genres mixed into this great playlist. Expect to hear a bit of Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Run D.M.C and many more great artists! Let us know which songs are your favorite on our social media accounts.

Check it out down below:



Posted on 07/20/2016


What more is there to ask for a fairytale wedding that makes you feel like a princess in an enchanted forest? Today’s post is for the bride whose style is boho fairy chic. Keeping a neutral color palette with muted colors will help achieve this theme. Draping, dream catchers, & hanging flowers/petals adds a great pop of color. These are great DIY’s & affordable decorations as well. We’ve put together inspiration pictures to help you achieve a fairyland feel on that special day.

Some of our favorites:



TRENDING: Naked Wedding Cakes

Posted on 07/17/2016


Cakes are one of the important staple pieces in a wedding. Wedding cakes come in many shapes and sizes, but our favorite cake trend of the season is the naked cake. Naked cakes are stripped down versions of traditionally ornate wedding cakes, exposing the cake beneath the outer layers of icing. Naked cakes can be made with varying shades of cake mix and can use shades of icing that complement the wedding color palette.The deconstructed layers are perfect for a rustic/boho wedding.

Here are some of our faves:




Posted on 07/03/2016


Everybody loves a bit of mint in their life whether it’s the color of their room, nail polish, or furniture. That is why mint is one of most popular colors used in weddings. In our minty fresh color palette we included gray’s, yellow, and a dark mossy green. We have put together some wedding cake inspiration using our minty fresh color palette.


These first three cakes have the white icing and green as its accent color. Adding different colored succulents to the cake helps add some pop to it. You can also keep it very minimalistic like the cake on the left and adorn with olive colored leaves.


These cakes are examples of using yellow as complimentary color with the green/mint color palette. You can keep it simple like the cakes on the left and middle. Again different tones of green succulents and leaves are being used on the cake on the right.


These last three cakes are beautiful. We have the cake on the left that contains mint colored leaves with pastel pink flowers with navy accent color. The one in the middle used different sized/textured succulents to give dimension and movement. The cake on the right uses a bit of robins egg blue, mint, purple, pastel pink and shades of green. Using a variety of sized flowers compliments your cake.