You can totally do this! We just found stacks of simple white linen napkins and dipped them in little bowls of fabric dye to give them a watercolor effect. To keep with the minimal feel of this week’s board we laid out white paper on our table and chose flowers with hints of pink and white in them.
Check out the comment section to learn more about the dyes and technique Jessica used to get the ombre effect!
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When fall turns to winter, there are a few fleeting moments full of beauty and elegance outdoors: chilly air causes any remaining leaves to crisp, bare branches shiver, and the golden hues in the fields begin to fade. Could there be a more enchanting moment to immortalize in your wedding design?
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Australian bridal gown designer Anna Campbell is known for her love of a sparkle, so much so that it's actually what inspired her to begin designing bridal gowns. Her latest collection, "Ceremony," was recently photographed in Central Park and we're excited to share some of our favorite pieces with you.
In this world of weddings, soft shades, delicate accents, and pretty little details reign supreme. So, we're thrilled to disembark from the typical and showcase a joyous outdoor wedding filled with bold color choices (which still includes its own share of "the pretty").