The spring issues of bridal magazines have been hitting the shelves since the beginning of the new year. Well, I can't say I haven't been inspired. Maybe I miss all the fun I had putting together my wedding, six years ago this coming May.
Putting together inspiration boards is always fun and very helpful when planning your own wedding. I've made many of these over the years while working in the fashion industry. If the big companies out there use the inspiration they find in magazines, why can't you!
Don't hide your clippings, swatches and tear sheets from magazines away in a binder. Pin them on the wall, tape them to a big piece of foam core or lay them on the floor of a spare room. You may have too many ideas to start, but seeing it all spread out in front of you will help you narrow down the best ideas and discard the ones that just don't seem to fit.
Make it fun, even your husband to be can get involved!
Here is the first of many Inspiration Boards I hope to add to my blog over the next year.
Vendors and Designers represented:
Dresses- Priscilla of Boston and Melissa Sweet, priscillaofboston.com
Save the Date Napkin- Ditto Paper. dittopaper.com
Paper Globes- Picture from Tomme Hilton Gallery, tommehiltongallery.com
Bouquet- Amy Osaba, amyosaba.com
Shoe- Kate Spade, katespade.com
Cookies- Rolling Pin Productions, rollingpinproductions.com
White Garden Rose Cake- Sweet & Saucy Shop, sweetandsaucyshop.com
Beaded Handbag- Unknown
Vintage Brooch- Megan Hamilton Weddings, meganhamilton.etsy.com