October flew by and we were pinning all the way through it! Here are some of our favorite finds from last month!
Beach weddings can be so intimate and romantic! Just you and the love of your life standing there exchanging vows with the tide crashing around you in front of your closest family and friends. You’re going to be standing at the altar but what will your guests be doing? Standing? Sitting in folding garden chairs? I love this solution from Pinterest of bringing in modern bench seating for your guests with pillows to match your color scheme for comfort!
While this may not be a picture all about the pretty side of weddings, it is about why we all come together at a wedding in the first place: to see two people vow to be the best for one another. These non-traditional vows are so touching and sweet that I had to include them. While these might not be the words you want to recite to each other on you wedding day, consider them as you move on from being engaged to a happily married couple.
This is one of those pictures where you just have to stop and say, “Wow!” Every girl deserves a doorway shot with the lighting perfectly framing the picture, her dress taking center stage. This pose always adds just the right amount of drama!
Those may look like tiny flowers attached to those escort cards but they are actual made from pinecones! For the crafty, DIY bride, these pinecone flowers could add that extra special touch to your rustic wedding! Invite over your bridesmaids and have a craft party! (Just be sure to thank them profusely and give them food and beverages in return!)
Color blocking your centerpieces can help create movement and interest down a long banquet table. Each new vase holds a fun pop of color instead of having all of these colors and flowers incorporated into one arrangement! What fun, creative things would you do with color blocking?
One of the best things out of Pinterest (technically from this month) is the ability to create private boards! Brides no longer need to worry about spilling the secrets of their wedding to the guests through their wedding board because it can be private, allowing only select people to access the images pinned. Pinterest listened to its users and gave them exactly what they requested!