Posts Tagged ‘mood board’

Dream Ballerina

Feel like a prima-ballerina with this week’s elegant mood board. There is plenty of luxurious tulle skirts and overgrown florals, soft pastels and shocking white. Using ballet slippers into decor is an instant show-stopper. We love the adorable sugarplum fairies in this mood board, ready to flutter across the dancefloor and spread their fairy magic to guests. Credits – Diane Hu Photography – Archetype Studio – Oliver […] Read more >

Feeling Mellow in Canary Yellow

Yellow doesn’t need to be feared. It’s a vibrant and quirky colour with a pallet that can be used in flowers, decorations and bridesmaids dresses. Of course, when we think of yellow flowers we think of a bold sunflower, but if they aren’t your thing, why not try little lemon slices hidden in your decor and ice cold drinks? It’s another colour […] Read more >

Vibrant Jewel-Tones for a Cultural Celebration

This week’s mood board is inspired by the vibrancy of an Indian wedding. An explosion of colour is a must with golden trims and an immense celebration of culture where two families become one. From horse-drawn carriages, bridal sarees made from luxurious fabrics and traditional ceremonies to personalised hennas, vivid decor items and golden cake-pops for the guests, this is an exquisite […] Read more >

Our Tropical Paradise

Imagine; warm white sand under your feet, a gorgeous blue sea and your family and friends watching as you and your love exchange vows on a far away tropical island that is your paradise for the day. The brightest of colours, the biggest of leaves and the tastiest pineapples are what you need when planning a tropical wedding (even if you are marrying […] Read more >

Blush Pink and Fresh Green

Pink and green a gorgeous colour combination for a spring or summer wedding, whether it’s a fresh grass green or a cool mint, coupled with either a blush, coral or hot pink. This is the perfect colour theme for a vintage meets modern wedding. The Naomi Neoh gown with the classic updo? Yes please! Credits – Naomi Neoh – Touch Photography – Camilla Arnhold – […] Read more >