Tying the knot bohemian style.

Every now and again I meet someone who impacts my life instantly, and last fall I did just that. She had teal colored hair and had a hippy vibe going on, and was truly compassionate about creating good art. All qualities that I admire, and I luckily was able to call her a friend throughout this year and snagged an invite to her wedding. I could not have imagined a more magical night with two people surrounded by their loved ones and truly made for each other.
The décor was absolutely breathtaking and everything had such a personal touch with artistic flair. With a color scheme of different shades of purple paired with luscious pops of green, the outdoor wedding was picturesque. To add to the elegance, they got married under a handmade geometric arc decorated with flowers. The vows that they exchanged were personal and endearing and unconditionally true.

To say the least, it is a night I will remember fondly. I am no wedding expert, but I think that all the planning that went into the event paid off, the photo album with the polaroid pictures was a hit and a beautiful way to capture memories of the day. The weather was ideal and getting married in the evening was genius as the golden hour was right around the corner.
I don’t mean to exclusively write about weddings, but I felt that I had to say how much of a lovely wedding that it was. And of course, the dress that she wore was amazing. It lightly flowed around her with a layer of tulle over the top of a nude dress that showcased her waist and figure with a V-neck at the top. The tulle had flowers and leaves incorporated into the design which perfectly matched the woven crown of flowers and leaves on the top of her head. Which might I add her hair was the glorious color of lilacs mixed with hydrangeas, she was a bohemian queen on her wedding day. There was, of course, a costume change for the first dance in which her inner Marilyn Munroe was channeled.

I would highly recommend an outdoor wedding if you like a bohemian earthly vibe, that is intimate and charming. Whatever kind of wedding a couple has the most important thing is that they celebrate how they are starting a new life together, for each other, with each other. I feel blessed to have shared their special day with them and all those who love them dearly. I look forward to hearing about all the amazing new adventures that they with undoubtedly have as a married couple.


Congratulations to the happy couple!



The Summer of Weddings

I’ve had to ask myself this summer what do you wear to a wedding? Since I am in my early 20’s I’ve not had much experience with being a wedding guest. However, in 2018 that is about to be a thing of the past. I’m told that weddings come in threes. I have received an invite for two already and am patiently waiting for a third. (Coughs loudly) I think you know who you are if you’re reading this. Now invitations are an important thing, what vibe does the card itself give off? Depending on the answer it can help determine a suitable dress code.

The wedding I have just attended required a new dress and more formal attire. The invitation was elegant with a gray color scheme. Since I was also speaking during the ceremony and reception I decided to go for a more formal dress during the first part of the wedding and changed into something more glamorous for the evening. That aside it is not always easy to determine what kind of outfit to wear to a wedding, it is impossible to predict what others may wear as well.
For the summer I would embrace your inner bohemian or borrow a page from gossip girl and show off your legs like Serena van der Woodsen. One color to avoid at all costs would be white, I tend to favor vibrant pops of color or soft pastels. I have found though that the ideal outfit is the garden party dress, because of its elegance, knee-length, and whimsical appearance. It is not over the top and just fancy enough to be the perfect piece in any summer closet.
The second wedding I will be attending is an indoor/outdoor wedding of one of my friends. I suspect it will be gorgeous because it will be in mid-August in the evening, with twinkle lights and dried flowers. Now, keeping in mind at some point I will find myself in a field, heels will not be part of the plan. Bohemian will probably be the best style to try out seeing as the wedding itself is themed around plant life and simplicity.
Appearances aside the main part of going to weddings are to celebrate the love of the couple who you are going to support. Regardless of the outfit that I choose to wear I know that I am down to dance all night and make memories with friends. I just plan to achieve the following while adding a little dash of glamour.