Something Blue | The Lab 2013

Obsessed with all things blue.
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Wedding Sparklers    #Ruffled for #TheLab2013:”

Saybrook Point Inn Wedding from Robert & Kathleen Photographers

Sparklers for the reception. Not for the send-off specifically, but just for around the campfire(: I thought about even having fireworks for after sunset! I want my wedding to be FUN for everybody.

Monogrammed bow boutonniere    #Ruffled for #TheLab2013:”

Brass Boutonniere -- alternative to give as favor with initials or incorporate single flower/succulent into lapel pin

Indigo, cobalt, and navy make up this beautiful blue and white palette.    #Ruffled for #TheLab2013:”

Finally decided on this palette. Easiest blue to match and find for ties/dresses. Indigo, cobalt, and navy make up this beautiful blue and white palette.

Blue bouquet options in various styles and blooms.    #Ruffled for #TheLab2013:”

Blue and White Bridal Bouquet An exuberant cluster of nigella, anemones, and muscari, with porcelain berries and dusty miller. (And I normally don't even like bouquets)

Sometimes inspiration strikes like a lightning bolt; other times it rolls up on the shore with the lapping waves. That's where we discovered, in the pieces of sand-washed sea glass dotting the coast, our soft palette of aqua, blue, and green. Whether you're marrying by the ocean or in a landlocked locale, the look is pure heaven.    #Ruffled for #TheLab2013:”

Seaside Centerpiece: "Table arrangements for your wedding in garden greens. An arrangement of sweet peas, tweedia, and muscari complement a soft seaglass color palette.

Instead of something blue, enlist all things blue, from periwinkle blooms transforming your tabletops to celestial swirls fancying up your footwear. Together, the cool hues create a style statement of oceanic proportions.    #Ruffled for #TheLab2013:”

mix-and-matched patterns and airy clusters of delphiniums, muscari, and dusty miller make this tablescape richly multilayered, not dully monochromatic. To greet guests, top each dinner plate with a gift. Pastel geometric bowl-and-spoon sets act as favors.

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