Wedding time part 1

A little over a week ago, my adorable younger cousin announced she was engaged and already has gotten to work pulling together a wedding pinterest board. Don't you just love how we can pull together ample amounts of inspiration at the drop of a hat. And just days after announcing I got messages, emails and texts asking for a bit of help to pull her ideas together and help create a beautiful day for her and her groom to be. And who would I be to say no, I did help change her diapers after all. So needless to say, there will be a boom in incredible wedding decor, ideas, and even a few DIY's to keep things nice and personal. Her dream is romantic, soft and beach front while of course keeping it a bit on a budget {who isn't these days} so please browse with me as we begin to gather incredible wedding ideas. And please, if you have any wonderful ideas, websites or pins you would like to send my way it would be greatly appreciated for both myself and the charming couple.

Who doesn't love a decadent dessert table? And Danni of Oh hello friend did one heck of a job with her sweets. The bride to be wants to be surrounded by soft and simple blooms, I love this mixture and hues. And who doesn't want a fancy hanger for the statement hanging dress photo.
Simple centerpieces are always fun especially with simple stems and who doesn't love a little twine? Loving the idea of embellishing a simple basket or box with beautiful petals...who wants to see just plain ol' cards laying around? And those simple plaques are perfect for hanging on the back of the couples chairs while they wine and dine. 
Now I'm not sure how DIY the bride wants to get but these super simple flower inspired stamps- made from food are always fun and add a little glam to invites, perfect for say a shower or thank you cards. With the groom having a background in the Coast Guard and going with a bit of the beach-y theme, these knotted place cards and anchor favor bags are a fun way to give him a little nod without being too over the top. 

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