Monthly Archive:: June 2010
Add a little bit of nostalgic fun to your wedding with these yummy lollipops from Vintage Confections. I love the idea of using them as affordable favors, and for something a little more substantial you can easily double or triple them up. Available in a number of colors and flavors, there’s more than enough options to fit your palette (taste or color-wise!). Also consider using them in the place of swizzle sticks in more casual or vintage inspired weddings. They can also do double duty not only as favors, but as colorful decor accents by building display cones and inserting the pops in for a “sweet” centerpiece.
Images from Vintage Confections.
Saying that I am addicted to macarons is really just stating the obvious at this point. My jaw dropped seeing Sparkles Kitchen‘s gorgeous pastries despite the fact I should be burned out on them at this point – although that also may be impossible. Not only do all of Karen’s pastries look absolutely amazing, but I’m actually really impressed with her sense of color too. Each tasty morsel has a gorgeous shade to it, and the way she pairs the colors together is absolutely impeccable. It makes me want to try them pretty badly! Be sure to think of them if you’re doing your own dessert table or if you’re looking for the perfectly little edible favor that your guests will be sure to enjoy.
Images from Sparkles Kitchen.
The color palette in our wedding today is an absolute stunner.The soft blue with a pop of magenta is making my little designer heart beat fast because I love it as a new spin on the slightly overdone aqua and red color palette. Julie Pepin‘s dreamy photography is the perfect compliment to this incredibly sweet wedding. Hope you enjoy!
Event Planning: Alyssa Summey of Seven Degrees
Floral Design and Catering: Seven Degrees
Photography: Julie Pepin Photography
Officiant: Rev. Anthony V. Yuro II
DJ: Eric Morales
Candy Buffet: Classic Candy Buffet