Happy New Year!

December 31, 2020

We can all agree that it’s been a unique year. So let’s toast and celebrate a new year full of possibilities, love and (hopefully) gatherings.

Happy New Year!


2021 Pantone Colors Inspired Wedding Trends

It’s that time again to talk about the Pantone colors of the year. Cue the applause! For 2021, not one but two colors were chosen, ultimate gray and illuminating yellow. You can expect to see these two beautiful colors everywhere, from bridesmaid dresses to floral arrangements. 

About The Colors

Yellow doesn’t take much to make an impact while gray helps add a neutral tone to the mix. 

According to Pantone, they were chosen to represent fortitude and positivity and we can’t wait to see these colors pop up everywhere.


Yellow sunflowers, roses, and peonies will be popping up in bouquets and arrangements, no matter the season. The bright color adds a cheerful, garden-like vibe to the big day. Don’t be surprised to see a touch of gray ribbon tied around bridesmaid bouquets to match their dress. 

While yellow bouquets may be too much a statement for some, they can still incorporate the beautiful color into their wedding day florals. Add a few statement flowers into a neutral colored bouquet or opt for the flower girls to throw yellow petals before walking down the aisle. 

Wedding Party Attire

The Pantone colors will be making a statement in the wedding party this year by taking over their attire. Expect to see the guys in gray with a pop of illuminating yellow in the details, whether that be a tie or pocket square, and the bridesmaids in beautiful yellow dresses. 

Wedding Stationery

Expect to see bloomed filled stationery designed with yellow flowers and gray details. It’s an easy way to incorporate this unexpected color palette and give wedding goers a small look into wedding day details. 

The Desserts

Whether it’s bold yellow flowers made from frosting or a touch of yellow sprinkles, don’t be surprised to see the Pantone colors making a debut on the dessert table. It’s a fun way to incorporate wedding colors and the guests get to enjoy it too! 

Contact us today to start planning your wedding!

Merry Christmas!

December 25, 2020

Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas and a happy holiday season!

The Best Ways to Propose to Your Wedding Party 

Now that you’ve said yes, it’s time to pop the question to your wedding party! Whether you want something simple and sweet or something more elaborate, we’ve put together a list of the best ways to propose to your wedding party. 

Gift Box

Let your friends open up a thoughtful box packed full of products you know they will love. Fill it with their favorite items or go for wedding-themed gifts, like a mini bottle of champagne, a customized champagne glass, and sweet treats. 

Heartfelt Card

While simple, it’s a classic way to ask your friends and family to take part in your wedding. Take time to write a meaningful card to each person and slip in your favorite photo of the two of you. 

Proposal Puzzle 

Make your friends work for it! Gift them a puzzle with a hidden message. They’ll have to put the puzzle together to see the hidden question. It’s a fun way to ask friends to be a part of your special day and it’s a special keepsake for them to always remember. 

Coffee Date 

Invite your wedding party to be over for a cup of coffee or tea. Get custom mugs made with the big question at the bottom of the mug. They’ll be able to see the special message as soon as they finish their caffeinated drink of choice. 

Custom Cookies

Who doesn’t love a sweet treat?! Spoil your friends with custom made cookies with the big question designed on them. The best part? They get to be a part of your big day and get a delicious treat to enjoy, it’s a win-win!

Personalized Water Bottle

Help keep your friends hydrated with a personalized water bottle. It’s a practical gift they can use again and again and always think of you. Wrap with ribbon and attach a gift tag popping the question.  

Dinner Date 

Throw a dinner party for your closest friends. Make it fancy and cook a delicious meal or keep it low key and order in from your favorite pizza place. Write each party goer a meaningful note asking them to be a part of your big day and place it on each seat.