It’s summertime in the South, which means seersucker is THE fabric of choice, and for good reason. It’s colorful, goes with everything, cool, crisp and super preppy. Seersucker is woven in a way that allows air to easily circulate throughout … Continue reading →
The French word ombre refers to a gradual change in color either from light to dark or from one color to another. Ombre is showing up everywhere from fashion design to wedding design and it’s no wonder why! The gradient shades of color create a fresh and contemporary look without being overpowering. It will keep your wedding looking sophisticated and elegant while incorporating the perfect touch of drama.
You’ll see ombre popping up everywhere in the wedding industry. From wedding dresses and cakes to centerpieces and invitations, we’re loving all things ombre!
You hear it time and again that the bride must have something old, something new, something borrowed and something new, but do you know why this is so? The saying comes from the Old English rhyme, ”Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, A Sixpence in your Shoe” and simply means they are carried as good luck charms.
Each item represents the following:
Something Old – Continuity
Something New- Optimism for the Future
Something Borrowed – Borrowed Happiness
Something Blue – Purity, Love and Fidelity
A Sixpence in your Shoe – A wish for Good Fortune and Prosperity
Usually, it’s quite easy to find something old (i.e. heirloom jewelry), new (i.e. the dress!) and borrowed (i.e. a broach in your hair), but blue can be a tricky one! Here are a few ways you can incorporate that “Something Blue” into your wedding attire: