Tulle is such a versatile fabric that lends itself to many wedding styles. Want it sleek and modern? Then, simply fold it or use it singularly as an overlay. Want it fluffy and romantic? Use layers of tulle and gather them together while ruffling the edges. In addition to its versatility, it can also be very economical if you stick to the non-silk variety and it comes in a myriad of colors sure to please any color palette.
Here are some great tulle wedding details to inspire your own fete…from a casual beach do to a sophisticated black tie affair.
Happy Weekend! Today the Etsy Virtual Bridal Show Team welcomes Glory Hound Designs. Glory Hound Designs are nothing short of beautiful. T-Rose takes bits of vintage treasures and uses them to create one of a kind romantic, Victorian, and Steampunk jewelry that delights the eye. Her designs are perfect for brides looking for jewelry that wows. Here is a sample of the beauty of Glory Hound Designs.
In addition, please enjoy the latest creations from the Etsy Virtual Bridal Show Team.
Today we say hello to ArtePlastique and Leanne Stock’s beautiful Dale Chihuly inspired eco chic bouquets and flowers. “My design philosophy is “more is more” and gravitate to the unusual and the avant garde. My background is in interior design and I have always been drawn to saturated colors, transparency and the effect of light shining through glass.”
Maypole Inspiration From Gertie Mae’s Floral Studio and Paperlily Photography Photo by Paperlily Photography Source: http://www.stylemepretty.com/georgia-weddings/2013/10/23/maypole-inspiration-from-gertie-maes-floral-studio-paperlily-photography/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+typepad%2Fstyle_me_pretty+%28Style+Me+Pretty%3A+The+Ultimate+Wedding+Blog%29
Today’s Monday’s Finding, where I post some of my favorite finds via Pinterest, is all about bridal bouquets for those planning Halloween themed weddings. A Halloween theme doesn’t mean you are restricted to an orange and black color palette or a lot of kitsch. Elegant Vampire, first harvest, or Phantom of the Opera are just a few ideas you can incorporate in to your Hallowedding. Here are some gorgeous bouquets found via Pinterest to spark your inspiration.