March 24, 2012

Be Inspired :: Delightful Details

Hello sunshine! I hope the weekend is treating you well. Today's wedding round up is a special one as it features an ex-colleague and friend of mine, Carolynn and her gorgeous wedding to her man Tom, captured by the amazing Karen Buckle! Congratulations once again you two! Here goes...

An alternative to a traditional wedding cake...


... a cheese cake! I am all for dessert (self-confessed sweet-tooth over here) but how amazing are these cheese towers! Yum! {from Say Cheese Towers}


This colour palette...


... grape, gold, amber and plum - so pretty! {by the clever folks Machell - styling, Bayly and Moore - photography and Fox and Rabbit - flowers - view the shoot here}


This unbelievable dress...


... the workmanship, detail, cut, draping, shade - swoon! {by Tadashi Shoji via Style Me Pretty, photographed by Kellee Walsh}


This floral installation...


... an absolute work of art {by Cecilia Fox}


And last, but certainly not least, the wedding of the aforementioned Carolynn + Tom...



... my favourite detail, aside from the gorgeous stationery of course - the sweet pea favours! A very fitting and personal touch, given Carolynn and Tom's line of work (they are the talented team behind The Small Garden). Photographed by Karen Buckle, be sure to view the full wedding over on Karen's blog. Styled to perfection!

I'm feeling extra spritely today as I'm finally getting over an icky cold - hurrah! May you enjoy what's left of the weekend - can't wait to catch up next week.

Jackie
xo

2 comments:

  1. I am a total sweet tooth - to the core - but I have to say when I saw the cheese cake idea I thought I could possibly be swayed! And congratulations Carolynn and Tom!! What a beautiful wedding. I also see quite a few small gardens you have done in my neighbourhood and they are truly lovely!

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