Every Sunday morning, I share tidbits and treasures of wedding goodness that I enjoy. This week I added some new resources to my daily reading list and I am surely feeling inspired!
It was difficult to choose just one photo from this Virginia cottage wedding, as I really liked the soft pink details and the charming venue. Ultimately, I couldn’t resist sharing this photo that captures the Southern tradition of burying the bourbon.
These darling embroidery pieces are such a sweet detail for either a ceremony or a reception. Additionally, they can double as a special decoration for the newlywed home.
Combining my love for maps and neutrals, this piece makes a lovely addition to a stationery suite.
This place setting is simple with its striped napkin and combination of soft peonies and hydrangeas. This picture of the bride and groom is adorable, too:
This was captured by my sweet friend, Ruthie. During my first day as her assistant, I got to pore over images from this Rhode Island wedding. Naturally, it has merited a special place in my heart.
This is a charming combination for groomsmen.
The story behind this wedding is so sweet and Rhiannon did a wonderful job with the special details. The monogram bouquet ribbons are my favorite.
Milk bottles and mini pies are charming and sure to please any gathering of loved ones. This would be suitable for my dream barn wedding.
This is such a fun way for a couple to ride from ceremony to reception or make their exit at the end of the celebration.
My first four wedding favorites posts can be found here:
My Pinterest account that is dedicated entirely to wedding goodness can be found here.