Thursday, March 31, 2011

Inspiration Board: An English Garden Wedding Tea

Hello everyone! Its hard to believe I've been in London for almost a week and have another 10 weeks to go, I think surreal is the word I would use to describe the experience so far. Today is literally our first free day and we're thinking of doing a museum like the National Gallery or the Victoria and Albert, and tomorrow we take a day trip to Oxford, but I had to whip up something lovely to share with you all! Inspired by my new surroundings and the British love of tea - an English Garden Wedding Tea. The color palette is all spring - greens, peach, and just a touch of blush pink. I love the idea of an afternoon tea in a garden for a wedding reception - lush flowers, tea sandwiches, delightful cakes, scones with lemon curd and clotted cream... heavenly. In fact, I think in light of this board, we'll have to do an afternoon tea today! I've included a yummy orange-thyme madeleine recipe for you as well :)

Photo Credits: Clockwise from top left - tea and madelines {Tea Time magazine} 'dew drop' floral bolero {Claire Pettibone via Martha Stewart Weddings} hand-milled soap favors {Handmade Weddings} peach garden roses {Ariella Chezar, photography by Lisa Lefkowitz via Snippet & Ink} couple at garden gate {Melissa Musgrove Photography via Martha Stewart Weddings} dessert buffet {Nicole Hill Gerulat photography via Martha Stewart Weddings} apple, vines and garden roses table arrangement {Ariella Chezar, photography by Lisa Lefkowitz via Snippet & Ink} hanging lanterns {Lisa Lefkowitz via Snippet & Ink}

And for your own afternoon tea or shower, this madeleine recipe is perfection!

Orange-Thyme Madeleines
makes 2 ½ dozen

3/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened, divided
4 large eggs, room temperature
1/8 teaspoon fine-grain sea salt
2/3 cup sugar
2 teaspoons chopped fresh thyme
1 teaspoon finely grated fresh orange zest
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
3/4 cup unbleached all-purpose flour
Confectioners’ sugar, for dusting

• Preheat oven to 350°. Grease 2 Madeleine pans with 2 tablespoons
butter. Set aside.
• In a small saucepan over medium heat, melt remaining 3/4 cup
butter until butter is brown and smells nutty, approximately 20
minutes. Strain butter through a mesh sieve lined with a paper
towel. Discard solids. Cool brown butter to room temperature.
Set aside.
• In a large bowl and using an electric mixer at medium-high
speed, combine eggs and salt, beating until thick and tripled
in volume, approximately 4 minutes. Increase mixer speed to
high. Add sugar in a slow, steady stream, beating until mixture
is thick and ribbonlike, approximately 3 minutes.
• Gently fold in thyme, orange zest, and vanilla extract. Fold in
reserved brown butter. Sift flour over egg mixture. Gently fold
flour into batter until just combined.
• Spoon batter into prepared pans, filling each well two-thirds to
three-quarters full. Bake until edges are golden brown, 12 to
14 minutes. Remove from oven, and unmold immediately onto
metal cooling racks. When cool, dust Madeleines with confectioners’
recipe from Tea Time Magazine

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Guest Post: The Loveliest Day

Hi there!! I'm Melissa from The Loveliest Day and I'm so excited to be guest posting while Annie is getting settled across the pond in London! I whipped up this inspiration board for you based on one of my favorite trends for 2011, metallics - more specifically, rose gold! Paired with blush and cream tones it just oozes subdued elegance. Like its metallic brothers and sisters, I consider rose gold to be a neutral, just with a bit more sparkle and pizzazz. And really, everything is better with a little sparkle:)

Thanks so much for the lovely post Melissa!!  And thanks to all the amazing guest bloggers who have filled in for me this past week! I'll be re-appearing tomorrow with my first post from London :) - Annie

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Guest Post: La Petite Coquin

Hi readers! I'm in London getting settled and will be back blogging for you tomorrow, but in the meantime the lovely Lena of La Petitie Coquin - one of my favorite daily blog reads - is here today guest posting for me. xo - Annie

From Lena: "First, let me say how delighted I am to be posting on Marry You Me - Annie's blog is one of my absolute favorites, and I hope her London move is going swimmingly!

When Annie asked me if I would post, we got to chatting about our love of classic cocktails; if you're a regular reader of my blog, you'll know I post a libation every Friday. While I hope that one day soon we'll meet up for a drink at one of San Francisco's best watering holes, in the meantime I'm inspired by coupe glasses, Victory rolls and a classic getaway car."

Classic Cocktails

Monday, March 28, 2011

Guest Post: Postcards & Pretties

Hi Marry You Me readers...Chris from Postcards & Pretties here and I’m so excited to guest posting here while Annie and her husband Brandon pack up and move across the pond to London. When I first received Annie’s email my first thought was it has to be a English inspired board and nothing is more English than tea and biscuits {oh and Prince William too}. I used muted greens paired with light brown and peachy pink perfect for a lovely spring wedding.

{colors} mint green, biscuit, brown and peachy pink
{photos} dress {j. crew} bouquet {martha stewart weddings} teacup cake topper {ruffled} tea cup {dress design decor} table setting {lisa lefkowitz} true love biscuits {fry dog design} sun hat {kate powers} ice cream {tartelette} card catalog {simply bloom}

Friday, March 25, 2011

Guest Post: Lovely Little Details

Hi everyone! I arrived in London at 2 am Oregon time, 9 am London time, so my friend Jacin of Lovely Little Details is here guest blogging for me today! xo Annie

A lovely little map I whipped up for my dear pal
I am so excited to be guest posting for my oh-so-lovely friend, Annie, today. Annie and I met a while back through this crazy/wonderful blogging world and I feel so honored to now call her a close friend!  As we all know, Annie is the queen of inspiration boards, so I wanted to make her a little one of her own as she and her hubby embark on this amazing journey to live in London.

If I was moving to London, I'd try to take advantage of all of the above: fresh english lavender, tea time, fresh roses from the garden, red wellies for the rainy days en route to the pub for a hot plate of fish and chips, confetti {just because} and lots and lots of fun.

Wishing you all the luck in the world, I know you two will do amazing out there!  Just make sure you move back :)

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Virtual Kitchen Shower for Claire

My dear blog friend Claire of A Realistic Wedding and The Realistic Nutritionist blogs is getting married this Friday, so Aleah Valley of Valley and Co. and I decided to organize a little virtual bridal shower for her.  Claire is an aspiring nutritionist, has a food blog and loves to cook, so a virtual kitchen shower seemed very appropriate! Cambria of J.Bartyn Design and Manufacturing came up with some lovely downloadable shower recipe cards for the occasion, and we all wrote down our "recipe for a great marriage" and then a favorite recipe of ours that we thought Claire would like. 

Here are my recipes for you Claire! 

 Recipe for Fresh Corn and Avocado Salad - it's super yummy and healthy!! Very Claire-esque.

Claire - I hope your wedding is amazing and your honeymoon is super relaxing and fun - I'll be thinking of you over in London!! xoxo Annie

Make sure to head on over to the following blogs to see the rest of Claire's virtual shower recipes!

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Guest Post: Luna and Chloe

Hello lovelies!  Kristi here from Luna and Chloe Weddings. I can't tell you how tickled I am to be guest posting for Annie while she makes the trek across the pond. I actually was hoping that I could fit into her suitcase, but no luck! Just so you know: I adore Annie and Marry You Me!

I met Annie on Twitter one day (@MarryYouMe), and I will never forget her knowledge of super random facts (I think that's what she called them).  She informed not only me, but a handful of other Twitter friends what American Food Holidays our birthdays fell on!  Me, I was pretty lucky as my birthday is National Peach Ice Cream Day, others weren't as happy. However, we had so much fun that day, and lots of laughs.  Since thinking of Annie is associated with fun, laughter and good times, I thought that my guest post for her needed to incorporate these things.  And what's more fun than a circus (or carnival)?  After all, isn't it the "Greatest Show On Earth"?  (Just no clowns in my circus, as clowns kind of freak me out.  So a circus with no clowns.)

In putting some thoughts together, and after seeing an amazing circus themed wedding a couple of weeks ago, I knew I needed to create some amazing invitations.  However, when I ran across the ones just below I knew that these invitations were just what I was looking for,and lucky me that I didn't have to create them.
I love how they incorporate a free kiss card, and the yellow envelope with red confetti is such a fun touch.  I do think I would change the invitation somewhat to be just a tad more flashy (like the free kiss card), or at least on a white card to make the red really pop.  But the presentation from the outside is perfection!  In keeping with the red, white and yellow theme of the invitation, we all know that balloons, popcorn and candy are a must!
Yet, I thought of a couple of other details that might be fun to use too.  
Like mini marshmallow shooters...
Not only will the little boys love this, but the big ones too.  It is quite fun actually, and as I am all about safety...this is about as safe as you can get.  Just put in a marshmallow and blow as hard as you can.  It would be lots of fun to have a contest to see who can shoot their mini marshmallow the farthest!  While I picked up the above one at Michael's for $2.00, you can easily make your own with PVC pipe.
Also who doesn't love a box of goodies?  This box could be used in either of two ways:   (1) as a Save the Date, just add a Save the Date card and a note for your guests to practice their skills; or, (2) to use as favors. 
Guest Post
If used as a Save the Date, I would include stickers on each items that said:
  • Juggle Me - for the yellow balls (which are actually stress balls so they are squishy and very light weight),
  • Throw Me - for the confetti
  • Find Me - for the three card monty
  • Toss Me - for the ping pong balls (just a cup is needed)
  • Wear Me - for the winner button
  • Blow Me - for the balloons
Whether you use for Save the Dates or favors I would wrap the box with brown craft paper.  If using as favors I would add a red and white stripped ribbon around the box to dress it up some.  Believe it or not the box is extremely lightweight (one of my goals for save the date boxes), and would be inexpensive to mail.

Another idea would be to use mini playing cards as glass markers.  Not only is it fun, but it is super easy to do.  Plus, it will help your guests remember what glass is theirs.  And no worries that there are only 54 cards in a deck including jokers - by adding a red, white or yellow ribbon you can get up to 162 different variations.  Or you could always use different style of cards.
Homemade confetti is another fun idea.  Use red, white and yellow tissue paper and just cut it up.  Confetti is perfect to have your guests throw up in the air as you walk down the aisle.

Also, regular sized playing cards make great favors.  You could always make or order customized cards too.  Tied with a ribbon, they are simple favor idea.

And just remember that everybody is a...
For the buttons, I just added some white ribbon to the buttons to make them a little fancier.  Cute, no?
So there you have it my dears - a couple of ideas for a circus (carnival) themed event!  I would love this theme for a rehearsal dinner too.
~ Ciao
...image 1 & 2 via once wed, designed by Meagan Bennett & all other images...concept, design, styling and photography all by luna and chloe weddings

Thanks so much Kristi! I love that she remembered our twitter exchange of national food days, in case you are wondering my birthday is National Fried Shrimp Day. As random as it gets! 

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Guest Post: Love and Lavender

Hi everyone! I'm in the middle of moving to London this week, so I have Aileen and Ellen of Love and Lavender guest posting for me today! Love and Lavender is a favorite daily read of mine for wedding inspiration - I highly recommend checking them out. 2 days until I leave for London, but I'll be back briefly on Thursday for a surprise post, and then next week I'll return. xo - Annie

Hello Marry You Me readers - We are Aileen and Ellen of Love and Lavender and we are so excited to be here today! We thought we would put together a sewing theme inspiration for you all. We have seen a new trend with sewing in weddings and thought this would be the perfect time to share some ideas! Here are a few ways we thought were really amazing:

Button seating chart via Green Wedding Shoes, bouquet wrap via Style Me Pretty, menu via Green Wedding Shoes

Pin cushion place card via Max Wagner, Ring bearer pillow via Martha Stewart

Embroidery Hoop table number via Stephanie Cristalli, hanging via Love & Lavender

Spool vases via Ever So Lovely, invite via Oh Crafts, name card via Green Wedding Shoes and Emmaline Bride

Measuring tape boutonniere and centerpiece via Love & Lavender

Quilt backdrop via Love & Lavender, photobooth backdrop via Kari Pearson, guestbook via Green Wedding Shoes

Thanks Annie for including us on your blog! We hope you have a blast in England!!
Much love,

Monday, March 21, 2011

Guest Post: Brancoprata

Hi lovely readers of Marry You Me!! We are Sofia and André from Brancoprata and you have no idea how happy we are to be guest posting here today! Annie is one of our dearest on line friends and we go way back... ever since we met on Style Circle, a long time ago... FYI: we are meeting Annie and her hubby here in Europe so... fun times ahead, people!!

When Annie asked us to guest post we knew we had to do something exciting, something as big as the friendship that we have!! One of the services we provide at Brancoprata is stationery and paper goods! We used to have a service called Light Design, were we had four different invitations suites available... with time we decided to refresh the designs and with the launch of the new site and blog (hopefully soon!!!) we wanted to present our customers new and exciting lines!

We decided to launch here on Marry You Me our first invitation suite available on Light Design! Our idea behind this was to make something fresh and fun, for couples who are looking for a trendy, modern wedding with a romantic twist! The colors are always custom made and we have a huge variety of papers to choose from! We love how the design turned out and we can't wait to show the rest of the invitations available!

Annie, have fun in England and we will see you in Porto!!

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Inspiration Board: An Irish Castle Wedding

Happy St. Patrick's Day! Today's board was inspired by St. Patrick's Day and the romantic castles of Ireland - many of which host weddings. I love the Irish coin cufflinks as a groom's gift or a groomsmen's gift, the decorated chapel door, the shamrock bouquet, the Bells of Ireland in simple glass vases as centerpieces, the Bailey's Mint Chocolate martini, and the sweet clover topped cupcakes. Dedicated to my "second mom" Janie who would have loved a wedding like this.

Irish Castle Wedding

Credits: 1st row: Chapel door flowers, Shamrock bouquet on Martha Stewart Weddings, Venue Castle Durrow. 2nd row: Irish coin cufflinks from Red Envelope, green bridesmaids dress on Martha Stewart Weddings, Shamrock boutonniere on Martha Stewart . 3rd row: Veil on chair photo by Gemma Comas via Sweet Paul, clover ring pillow on Martha Stewart Weddings, chandelier photo from Castle Durrow. 4th row: Bailey's mint chocolate martini on Marie Claire Australia, Bells of Ireland centerpieces on Good Housekeeping, shamrock cupcake on Martha Stewart.

Here are some charming Irish wedding traditions that would be great for anyone with Irish heritage looking to incorporate some Irish traditions into their wedding. Via The Knot.

The Claddagh RingNamed after Claddagh, a fishing village in Galway (in Western Ireland), the Claddagh ring is handed down from mother to daughter and is used both as the betrothal and wedding ring. It is worn with the crowns facing inward, toward the wrist, on betrothal, and outward, toward the nail, upon marriage. Today, it is still used as a wedding ring and it is considered improper for a person to buy one for him or herself; it must be given as a gift.
In the 18th and 19th centuries, the Irish believed that if the sun shone on the bride, it would bring good luck to the couple. It was also lucky to hear a cuckoo on the wedding morning or to see three magpies. After the wedding ceremony, it was important that a man and not a woman be the first to wish joy to the new bride.
Locking the DoorSince Irish men were known for getting cold feet on their wedding days, once the bride and groom were in the church, the guests would lock the door to keep the groom inside to make sure he went through with the ceremony.
Irish Toast
The wedding party gathers around the bride and groom. All fill their glasses with mead and the newly wedded couple recites an Irish toast: "Friends and relatives, so fond and dear, 'tis our greatest pleasure to have you here. When many years this day has passed, fondest memories will always last. So we drink a cup of Irish mead and ask God's blessing in your hour of need." The guests respond: "On this special day, our wish to you, the goodness of the old, the best of the new. God bless you both who drink this mead, may it always fill your every need."
Irish LaceWhile bridal fashions in Ireland resemble the rest of the Western world, one distinctly Irish touch is Irish lace. Try to incorporate this beautiful fabric into a gown or veil. If that's too expensive, consider carrying a lace handkerchief or hand them out as attendant gifts. Color scheme? Follow Irish heritage, of course, and go for green, white, and gold.
Bagpipes and KiltsLots of big Irish families have family members who are in pipe bands. So it's not unusual for them to perform at a wedding and pipe the couple into the mass or at dinner. Popular tunes are the "Highland Fling" and the "Stack of Barley," as well as jigs, reels, and hornpipes. Not only do they sound good, they look good too. Most pipers wear Celtic kilts -- plaid skirts that their ancestors wore in medieval times, but it has become a great way for the groom to honor his heritage as well. The Irish weren't allowed to wear kilts during British rule, so now it seems they slip them on for practically every special occasion, maybe in an effort to make up for lost time and to reclaim their stake in what is often regarded as a Scottish fashion statement.
Lord of the Dance
Show off on the dance floor with a ceilidh, a traditional Irish set dance. Consider signing up for pre-wedding lessons -- for just you and your sweetie or for the whole bridal party. Keep in mind that some ceilidh dances are named for locations in Ireland such as the Kerry Set, the Seige of Ennis, while some waltz tunes include names such as "Galway Shawl", or "Home to Mayo" -- choose a song or dance to reflect your family's heritage or ancestral home. Be sure to share the special significance of your dance with your guests.
An Irish FeastThe traditional Irish menu -- Irish soda bread, corned beef, and cabbage -- is perhaps not something you'd typically crave, but when cooked right and served up at a big wedding fete, it's positively delicious. And don't forget the traditional Irish wedding cake, a fruitcake filled with almonds, raisins, cherries, and spice and laced with brandy or bourbon.
The Month of Honey
The word for honey is "meala" in Irish. "Mi na meala," the month of honey, refers to the month after the wedding when the newlyweds celebrated by drinking mead, a brew made of fermented honey. Following the wedding, a sufficient amount of mead was given to the bride and groom, along with special goblets, so they could share the unique brew for one full moon after their wedding -- and thus the term honeymoon was coined. It was believed that this delicate yet potent drink was the best way to ensure a good beginning for a new marriage, and it was also believed to endow powers of virility and fertility. Source: The Knot

Sorry for the repost! Packing, moving, finals and getting ready for London have kept me super busy. I won't be posting tomorrow in honor of Japan and the blogger's day of silence, and next week I'll be leaving for London so I've lined up some great guest bloggers for the week. Next time I write to you all I'll be in London! xo - Annie

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

For Japan With Love

In light of the horrific tragedy taking place in Japan, Lydia of Ever Ours and Lucy of Utterly Engaged have put together For Japan With Love, a two part effort to help those affected by the disaster in Japan. Until last summer, I had worked for several years for the Japanese company Shu Uemura. During my time with Shu, I could not help but fall in love with so much about Japan - its culture and its deep and rich traditions, the scenery and natural beauty, the artistry and innovation...
Participating in For Japan With Love is the least I can do. 
About For Japan With Love...

ShelterBox was one of THE first organizations asked by Japan to help and were on hand on the Saturday after the quake. Each large, green ShelterBox is tailored to a disaster but typically contains a disaster relief tent for an extended family, blankets, water storage and purification equipment, cooking utensils, a stove, a basic tool kit, a children’s activity pack and other vital items.
For Japan With Love has a direct link on the website to our fundraising page for ShelterBox.
Please check it out and whatever amount you can contribute will be so appreciated.

Bloggers Day of Silence:
Anyone that has a blog can help out with this one.
The aim is just raise awareness and respect and acknowledge the devastation going on in Japan.
The guidelines are simple.
1. This coming Friday, March 18th, no posts at all on your blog.
2. Please post a blog post about what you will be doing this Friday whenever possible in hopes to spread the word and whoever else would like to join in.
3. Tweet and Re-Tweet the shiznit out of the link to please.
4. Encourage your readers to contribute to donate shelter to Japan.
Whatever anyone can contribute will be very much appreciated.
Every little bit helps.

For more information visit

I will be participating in the Bloggers Day of Silence on Friday, March 18th and encourage my fellow bloggers, wedding or otherwise, to join us in doing the same to raise awareness of the cause.
Even though times are tough, please give what you can - going without a cup or two of coffee could go toward sheltering those who have lost everything. 

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Tuesday Shoesday

Today's shoesday is particularly lovely I think... a dreamy pair of Badgley Mishka pink chiffon heels paired with a ruffley dress and a gorgeous soft bouquet. Very spring perfect. Simply Bloom Photography captured them just perfectly with their signature use of soft light. It's Shoesday, I'm in love.   

Photography by Simply Bloom via 100 Layer Cake,
Badgley Mishka 'Randee' heels

Friday, March 11, 2011

Happy Friday!

Sorry for the light posting today, I am in finals mode for school as well as trying to get our entire house packed and moved into storage, and us packed and ready for London - all in the next 12 days (eeek!). I needed a relaxing moment this morning to look at some prettiness, and this bouquet did the trick. Hope you all have a lovely weekend!

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Inspiration Board: A Brunch Wedding

This lovely inspiration board by Ami of Elizabeth Anne Designs makes me smile. The peach, coral and poppy color palette is inspired, and the theme of a flowery brunch is just delightful. Everyone loves brunch, and I'm a big fan of morning and daytime weddings - you get to be married all day! 

Thanks so much Ami of Elizabeth Anne Designs for letting me share this sweet board today!

Credits - Inspiration board by Ami of Elizabeth Anne Designs 
Top row: cupcake liner pompoms {Handmade Weddings via Design*Sponge}; pink and white rose cupcake {Vintage Rose Brocante}; pink stationery and tablescape image {Rebecca Wood Photography styled by Cynthia Martyn on Style Me Pretty}; pink and coral tabletop florals {Camilla Flowers, photography by Allyson Magda via Style Me Pretty}
Middle row: pink stems {Rebecca Wood Photography styled by Cynthia Martyn on Style Me Pretty}; pink lemonade in mason jars image {a Very Story Photography from Hostess with the Mostess}; coral printed chair {Real Simple}; peach and white paper lanterns image {Lisa Lefkowitz on Snippet & Ink}
Bottom row: coral and white bookshelf {Kim Ficaro}; pancake brunch { Our Labor of Love styled by Once Wed and Ashley Meaders on Design*Sponge}; vase of poppies {A Creative Mint}; peach bridesmaids dresses {Katie Neal Photography from Carter and Cook Event Company}

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Tuesday Shoesday

These images have that wonderful feeling of early spring with the pinks, yellows and whites from the lush florals, and a touch of blush pink from a pair of ballet shoes. I adore the ballerina inspired dress and that gorgeous loose braid in her hair. Super dreamy + spring-y!

Images by Yan Photography

Monday, March 7, 2011

Inspiration Board: French Patisserie Shower

Last Monday I shared some vintage cooking bridal shower inspiration with you, and I wanted to show you something else shower related that I've been working on. I came up with an idea for a theme and found some pictures to help my friend Cambria Evans of J.Bartyn Design + Manufacturing design a bridal shower invitation for's latest design challenge. I thought of a French patisserie themed shower with an invite inspired by the lovely boxes from the patisseries of Paris like Laduree and Fauchon, but with a twist by adding in some punchy colors to make it more fun. I love what Cambria came up with for the invitation! Here's the final board I did with it all pulled together.

Sources: Clockwise from top left - vanity table {Ruffled}, cake and Sofia minis {Twig & Thistle}, laduree macarons {via}, dessert buffet {The Loveliest Day}, books and vase {Ruffled}, macarons {via}, Champs-Élysées invitation by J.Barytn {}

17 days until we leave for London for three months! Been to London or live there? I'd love to hear your tips and recommendations!!

Friday, March 4, 2011

Inspiration Board: A Jane Austen Affair

I spent yesterday afternoon packing for London while watching Emma, one of my all time favorite movies, and I got inspired to revisit and expand on one of the first inspiration boards that I ever made:  A Very Emma Wedding. Inspired by Jane Austen's literary tales of love + matrimony, late spring and the lush English countryside, I wanted to mix Regency-era touches like the calligraphy invitations with flora and fauna, canopy tents, a sugared fruit buffet against a mural background, empire and cap sleeve wedding dresses, and a beaded wrist purse with modern touches like a mix of soft and bold colors, colorful books, vintage key save the dates, silhouette cookies and tea and a romantic loose, wild looking bouquet.

Jane Austen Wedding

Credits: Clockwise from top left - Invitations {Peter Kruty Editions via Martha Stewart Weddings}, Emma movie photo {via}, peony, cosmo and tulip bouquet {The Green Vase via Martha Stewart Weddings}, beaded purse {Moyna via The City Sage}, books {Penguin Classics via Martha Stewart Weddings}, dessert buffet {Martha Stewart Weddings}, vintage key save-the-dates {Handmade Weddings}, cake and canopy {Martha Stewart Weddings}, empire + cap sleeve dress {Pronovias}, table arrangements {Snippet & Ink}, silhouette cookies and tea {Martha Stewart Weddings}, dress {via}, Ibthorpe House {JASNA}.
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