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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

nautical nuptials

Bridal blogs such as Style Me Pretty, 100 Layer Wedding Cake and Grey Likes Weddings were a pure addiction during my wedding planning. I seriously checked them daily and before I logged onto my work email. I couldn't ever get enough of all the beautiful weddings that were featured and was always loving the inspiration from weddings all over the world. Recently I was cleaning out a file cabinet drawer of wedding invite samples, I found the below invitation suite that I was completely enamored with during my planning. The nautical and preppy design of this beautiful letterpress invite just blew me away and I was ready to drop my "beach chic"  theme to a nautical elegance just so I could use the paper products below. With the help of my sister I realized it wasn't a good fit for me and I stayed with my originally plans but I couldn't resist to envision an entire wedding designed around the invite below. I just love everything nautical in fashion so why not have some fun and use it as your wedding theme. I did wind up using this vendor for my story book save the dates which they did an amazing job on so if you are in need of paper products - I highly recommend them.

Bridal Gown

Make a whimsical beer bar with a sail boat
(i would prop on a long rectangle banquet table)

break tradition & have your guests sign an oar to later display in your home
buy them here 


  1. Love a good nautical-themed wedding! Navy + white + green is just so classic. I even pinned a few of these images for my imaginary someday nuptials!

    1. I agree, nautical style rarely changes & what is more perfect in the summer then clean crisp colors!


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