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Spring Weddings

Spring is just a few days away.  And you know what that means...wedding season is about to be in full-gear!  If you've been a reader for awhile, you know that I love all things wedding.  And that even though I've been married for 11 months now, I still enjoy perusing wedding blogs and dreaming of what I would do if I got married again...to the same man of course :)  

Seriously, if weddings weren't so expensive, I would have one every year.  That's how much I love them!  Don't get me wrong, I loved my wedding.  But it's kind of like redecorating a room in your house.  You love it when you first do it...and then a few years down the road you think of other great ideas you'd love to see in the space!  It's a never-ending battle with evolving creativity and style. 

But since I won't be having another wedding, I'll just share my newfound ideas/loves with you guys and pretend like I'm planning one all over again. :)

I love love love this venue!  It's an indoor/outdoor wedding space full of charm and rustic beauty!  


This vintage suitcase also functions as a wedding program holder.  Way better than the traditional basket, right?  I think it would be great at any wedding, but especially cute for a destination wedding.  What says destination better than a suitcase?
via Snippet & Ink

I don't know what I love most about this cake--the daintiness of the flowers or the ombre effect of the orange colors.  Either way, I think it's so sweet and unique.
via Superfine Bakery

Weddings that scream rustic-elegance are by far my favorite.  This is definitely a perfect description of that with the distressed chairs, rustic setting, iridescent table clothes, and classic floral centerpieces.
via blog-ng

Speaking of florals, how stunning are these bouquets?  The soft color palette and mixed textures are to die for.

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