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Abigail and Robert | July 14, 2018

Randi Fracassi

In that still and settled place There’s nobody but you

You’re where I breathe by oxygen You’re where I see my view

And when the world feels full of noise My heart know what do do

It find that still and settled place

And dances there with you.

Edward Monkton, “That Still and Settled Place”


Candlelight and personal touches filled the Baton Rouge Country Club on Robert and Abby’s wedding day, with their favorite coffee as favors and an entire staircase lit up with floating candles. Soft, bright, and full of laughter, their day was surrounded by family and friends, and what a dream it was to coordinate for them!

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2017 Wedding Trends & Nifty Details

Randi Fracassi

2016 brought a lot of gorgeous and neat elements to the wedding table: hand lettered signs, wedding hashtags, Polaroid guest books just to name a few. But as we start planning and attending 2017 weddings, we can't help but share and inspire you with a few of our favorite up and coming trends weddings:

Copper & Rose Gold Accents

We love seeing more and more rose gold rings on our brides, so why not incorporate it into your wedding decor? The tricky part is having a coordinating color: check out below for a few that we think look perfect with these votives from Save On Crafts

Image courtesy of Save On Crafts. Colors are inspired from Pantone. 

Image courtesy of Save On Crafts. Colors are inspired from Pantone. 

How pretty would a rose gold cake look at your reception?! It'd be the perfect statement! If such a statement isn't your thing, use ribbon accents in your bouquet or fabric for table runners. 

Image: Ruffled 

Image: Ruffled 

Image:  Ruffled

Image: Ruffled

Natural Rustic Details

We understand: it's really easy to glass jars for you country, vintage wedding. But couples that love the rustic aesthetic are now beginning to pull in other natural elements into pulling together the look (maybe being inspired by a Mrs. Joanna Gaines?). Take a peek at the use of deer antlers with wooden planters captured by Brinton Studios below, and how this couple used simple garlands and candlelight to decorate their farmhouse tables. 

Bridal Party Proposals

It's nice to ask you closest friends to be in your bridal party in a fun and meaningful way, but with giving robes as a gift now loosing popularity, it's becoming more of a trend to give a gift box usually containing a small alcoholic beverage, a glass to drink said beverage, a piece of jewelry, and a cute note asking them to join the party.

Some alternatives to drinks and glasses would be sunglasses and croakies (perfect for a destination wedding), an agenda with all the important dates (we love giving a Lilly Pulitzer, Happy Planner, or Recollections in personal sizes), or even a clutch or bag that would coordinate with the look for your wedding (it would be sweet to fill it with tissues, mints or gum, and tinted lip balm). 

Image from  Style Me Pretty

Image from Style Me Pretty

As the year progresses, we'll be sure to continue to share our favorite things over on Instagram and of course on Pinterest! Want to learn how to incorporate any of these into your big day? Just let us know!