A key aspect to setting the tone for a wedding is an exciting and cohesive wedding palette. Choosing one or two colors for your wedding is nice, but you’ll want a few accent colors to be able to choose from. These boho wedding palettes will bring some life to your stationary, linens, flowers and the decorative details for your celebration.
As I mentioned in my introductory post – I have no vision for my wedding. Okay, so that’s not entirely accurate. I know I want a woodsy, rustic, Rivendell feel to the event, but that’s about it. As you can imagine, that’s not very helpful for someone who’s trying to determine what her dream wedding looks like.
So, in the interest of making planning my future wedding just a little bit easier, I thought I’d crack open Adobe Illustrator, and make some palettes out of bouquets that I really liked. Maybe this will help me decide just what look I might be going for…right?
As I’ve mentioned before, I’m a NH girl, through and through and my SO grew up in the free state as well. So, naturally, whenever we talk about a wedding, New Hampshire is the ideal choice for location. We often go camping and hiking on his family’s land in the Monadnock region, and so I’ve been researching Monadnock region wedding venues as of late.
If you read my post about unique and understated engagement rings, you’ll notice that there are a few opals on that list. For any of you who are traditionalists, this may be a bit of a surprise. After all, aren’t opals supposed to be bad luck?
Engagement rings are kind of a big deal in the grand scheme of this whole wedding thing, but big traditional diamonds aren’t for everyone. I’ve always been more attracted to the slightly whimsical, unique and understated engagement rings that are out there. These 13 rings would compliment any unique, quirky and fun bride looking for something delicate that’s a little bit off the beaten path.