There were SOOOOO many amazing boards this last week that it was incredibly hard to pick just 1 winner…but Laura of Nelle Handbags decided that this one from Sima J. was her favorite! Here’s what she said…
“I fell head-over-heels for this board that uses the coral Tuxedo Cherub. The bold colors and soft textures represent a perfect visual balance for a day that should be both beautiful and fun! From the black and yellow shoes, to the soft full dress paired with a bold lip, this board illustrates a modern dose of classic elegance, everything that I hope my NELLE collection is.”
The rest of the week I’ll be showing some of our other favorites, so stay tuned, they’re amazing! Congrats Sima!
Recently a bride came into Urbanic for her Save the Dates and she put together this striking color combination of yellow and natural. I loved how earthy yet mod it came out and became fixated on this color scheme.
Diana, a Pratt graduate student, sent me the wedding invitations she designed for her own nuptials…nice pattern and colors! I guess now would be as good a time as any to start showing off some of YOUR designs, so if you’ve got a cool wedding invitation suite, send it over! I’ll start posting them next week.
[images from Diana]
I love so much about this wedding, its hard not to smile! His suit, her hair, the slightly creepy but lovable dolls….perfection!
[images from James Carson Photography]
Our wedding was November 8, 2008 in Central Park and unfortunately for us, it absolutely poured that day. When we were in the cab pulling up my husband was on the phone with our photographer who said there was probably no way he could take pictures for us since everything was outside. We had a pretty nontraditional wedding by inviting only our immediate families up here to NYC and getting married in Central Park. We went to dinner in the Lower East Side that night and then met up with friends for drinks that evening. It was intimate and perfect. The only issue is that we didn’t get any pictures done professionally. A couple weeks after the wedding we thought we picked a good day to do a photo shoot so we went for it. It was 30 degrees that day! We went in Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO. I wanted to share in case these were appropriate for your readers and given your blog title, I thought I’d pass along.
[images from Duhon Photography]