Friday, January 25, 2013

Emerald Celebration as seen on the bridebook Blog

Pantone says Emerald is the color of the 2013, could it be the color of your winter wedding? Emerald is a personal favorite as it is my birthstone and signifies celebration and renewal. Something that is quite fitting for the new year and celebrating a new union.

Emerald pairs well with gold and white accents. Dress your maids in the evergreen color and it will compliment even the palest of winter skin tones. Carry white tulips, roses, ferns and pine for a textured and fragrant bouquet.

Simple reception decorations can incorporate gold candles and green bottles with a single white stem or fern leaf for an easy, romantic vibe.

Give your maid’s gorgeous but reasonably priced emerald earrings from ETSY that they can wear over and over. And don’t forget a tightly woven lace or faux fur bolero for fun, wintery outdoor photos!


Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Bold, Beautiful, Emerald Green as seen on the WV Weddings Blog

Emerald green signifies renewal, celebration, and prosperity. Add a hint of metallic or glittery gold and you have the recipe for a chic and sparkly celebration. A celebration of a new year and a new union, absolutely perfect for a January wedding.

What else is awesome about a January wedding? Venues usually are cheaper in the winter months because it's not "wedding season," so if you and your fiancé love winter, why not throw a bash in January? Save a little money, get photos in the snow, and have some very unique, cozy winter wedding memories!

1. Bouquet  2. Emerald Earrings  3. Gold Cake 4. Bridesmaid Gowns 
 5. Gold Bridal Gown  6. Signature Drink  7. Bow Tie  
8. Gold and Emerald Décor  9. Emerald Cut Diamond  10. Gold Tablescape