Saturday. Saturday. Sat-ur-day.
Sorry for going all Elton John on you guys, but after a week of working hard, (and wedding planning even harder,) we're just excited that you lovelies have a chance to kick back on the weekend, and catch up with your *ahem* favourite blogs.
This week's real weddings have been utter stunners. Only yesterday we ventured to Bosnia for a traditional wedding with chic style and a lot of dancing.
Earlier in the week we visited Connecticut not once, but twice, to The Lace Factory for Amber and Avi's effortlessly chic affair, and to Litchfield Hills for Jess and Jeff’s colourful country wedding.
And now for our favourite dose of Saturday inspiration, we’ll hand you over to the ever-inspiring, and always inspired, Rose, the dame behind the stunning stationary of Rose and Ruby Paper Co. to show you how to do soft hues with hints of navy for your wedding day…
Pink and Navy Inspiration Board
Some pretty inspiration with a handsome pinch of prep! Navy and powder puff blush with the tiniest hint of gold sparkle – Perfect for a chic wintery wedding.
Clockwise from top left: Elisabeth Millay via Snippet and Ink | Elisabeth Millay via Snippet and Ink | Andria Lindquist via Inspired by This | Dress by Lazaro | Katelyn James Photography via Style Unveiled | Anne Robert Photography via The Bride's Cafe | Via Snippet and Ink | Jimmy Choos via Lesley Meredith Photography
• This palette is great if you don’t want anything too girly. It can be prettied up to suit!
• It’s a perfect theme for a groom in uniform so use that as a starting point. Navy works beautifully for this look as it is very smart without being too overpowering alongside traditional bridal colours and looks gorgeous against pretty lace and delicate tulle.
• Flowers are a lovely way to bring in delicate colour. Little hints of softest pink will balance the look and soften the overall feel.
• Finish with statement shoes – love these gold glittery Jimmy Choos!
Photo via Lesley Meredith Photography
Just stunning! Grooms in navy really do it for me, it's a really modern and stylish look for a guy, a lot less formal than a black tuxe, and much easier to accessorise. And you know us, any excuse to swoon over a pair of Jimmy Choos.