5.30.2012

Wedding Wednesday: My Inspiration

I'm awake with computer in lap during the last 30 minutes of Wednesday so that I can officially get a wedding post up for the day!  It's been a long one, but I'm determined to not skip my Wednesday post.

Next week, I've got an exciting wedding post for you, but here's something a bit more simple.

As I was thinking about what to post for this week, I realized I haven't shared my inspiration with you.  When I close my eyes and picture my wedding day, these photos are what I imagine (& can only hope to make a reality!).  I'm aiming for timeless, romantic and classic.













All images from Pinterest.

Xo-M

12 comments:

  1. gorgeous inspiration! love the chandeliers, white flowers, and that perfect cake!

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  2. Gorgeous photos! Love the softer clolors and chandeliers!

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  3. Great inspiration! I agree with you. I wanted the same thing for my wedding.... classic, elegant, vintage, etc.
    When I was planning my wedding, I didn't want to do something that may be a trend now... but when I look back fifteen, twenty years... I didn't want to be like "What was I thinking???". I think you have some great ideas!

    Good luck on the wedding planning!

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  4. I love all of this inspiration. So timeless and chic!

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  5. love love love your inspirational pieces, you def cannot go wrong with the timeless & classic theme, so beautiful!

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  6. i love the inspiration for your wedding.

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  7. I love the elegance and simplicity of these pics... so beautiful! The chandeliers in the tent are a dream!
    xoxo

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  8. I love that cake! I have the same one pinned for myself already :)

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  9. great inspiration! that cake looks amazing : )

    xo SideSmile,
    Ashley

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  10. gorgeous wedding inspiration!! love all of the white and green.

    http://itsthelittlethingsblog.blogspot.com/

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  11. Beautiful! I especially love the last picture of the chandelier.

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