We love everything about this color!
One of Pantone’s Top 10 Colors for Fall 2016 is Dusty Cedar, this color will be perfect for a fall wedding.
Photo Courtesy: Aerialist Press
Fall is a romantic time to say “I do” which makes this deep rose-toned pink, perfect for the most discriminating bride who loves everything pink.
Photo Courtesy: Akiko Floral
It is a wedding theme that is romantic, warm & welcoming and sure to be beautiful!
Photo credit: Lani Elias via Magnolia Rouge
It can be paired with neutrals like beige and grey for a more muted look or paired with some copper or gold metallic for a little more drama – the prefect mix of sweet elegance!
I hope you enjoyed these inspirations as much as we did!
Photo Courtesy: RuffledBlog.com & Stephanie Williams
According to Hitch, Ii you’re getting married in the summer and are looking for a bright, happy colour to theme your wedding around, then consider yellow.
Photo Courtesy: flowerpicturegallery.com
Yellow wedding flowers lining your aisle, or your bridesmaids dressed in yellow could fit in with your summery theme perfectly.
Photo courtesy: www.weddingwindow.com
Yellow can also be featured beautifully on your wedding reception tables; from yellow floral arrangements to gold fish bowls filled with floating yellow candles.
Photo Courtesy: www.inspiredbythis.com
Order a yellow wedding cake, or consider growing your own yellow sunflowers so that they can feature in your bridal bouquet or in various different vases dotted around your wedding reception or summer wedding marquee.
Happy Memorial Day!
In honor of this great holiday, we are inspired by showing off patriotic weddings.
A red, white and blue patriotic palette is used by brides that love their country at military weddings.
Photo Courtesy: Annacakes.com
Whether you’re planning a mid-summer wedding bash or a small simple sophisticated military wedding, incorporating the red, white, and blue color scheme into your wedding shows your American pride and creates a great celebratory mood.
Photo credit: frogprincepaperie.com
These colors can be worked into many decorative aspects of your wedding.
Photo courtesy: www.weddingchicks.com
The wedding party can be outfitted or accessorized in these patriotic colors & the bride can so a hidden pop of patriotism with a red, white, and blue garter belt.
For your decor, flowers can easily be found in these three colors and create, beautiful bouquets and airy centerpieces that set the spirit for the day.
Photo Courtesy: SomethingFloral.com
Place settings can also incorporate this theme–even using just two of the colors tones down the decor and adds a sophisticated touch to the palette.
Photo Credit: Studio Stem
And finally forget the flag! At the reception or at ceremony have flags on hand for guests to have and wave proudly, because it is this piece of American pride that has inspired the look of your day.
Photo Courtesy: Patriotic Jar Centerpiece by Southern Scraps
Photo Courtesy: www.marthastewart.com
Create Red, White, and Blue Grosgrain Napkin Rings in no time!
Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon
Solid Grosgrain Ribbon
Nickel D rings, 1 inch wide
Cut 9-inch lengths of grosgrain ribbon or twill tape.
Notch 1 end, or cut it at an angle.
Loop the other end through 2 D rings, wrapping ribbon around the rings’ straight edges, and glue it to itself with fabric glue.
Center a rolled napkin on the ribbon; thread the ribbon’s free end through the rings as you would a belt, and pull it snug.
Craft Courtesy: MarthaStewart.com
Add a touch of patriotic spirit to your home with this eye-catching Patriotic Ribbon Wreath.
Raid your stash of Patriotic Ribbons to craft this keepsake-quality ribbon wreath.
Photography by Jim Wieland
12 Inch Round Styrofoam Wreath Base
20 yards of Ribbon in a variety of prints
Pinking shears or rotary cutter with cutting mat
1-1/2- to 2-in.-wide ribbon for hanging
Use pinking shears or a rotary cutter to cut fabric or ribbons into 1-1/2- x 4-1/2-in. strips.
For striped pattern, mark 2-1/2-in. sections around perimeter of ribbon wreath.
Use a different fabric pattern in each section. Repeat same fabric or ribbon every second or third section.
To attach fabric or ribbon strip, insert pin through center of strip with right side facing out and push into Styrofoam until head of pin is slightly embedded.
This will cause the fabric to project. Repeat, placing strips very close together until wreath is full.
To conserve pins, place two strips of fabric over each other in a cross shape before inserting pin.
To hang ribbon wreath, cut desired length of ribbon and fold in half.
Use pins to attach ends of ribbon to back of wreath, forming a loop for hanging.
Tie bow at top of loop
Craft Courtesy of: LoveTheCountry.com
Photo Courtesy: Jeremy Estes, Floral Designer - Kent's Floral Gallery - Columbia, MO
Prom season is upon us. Mark your calendar!
Photo Courtesy: Holly Hock Flowers, Henniker, NH & Littlebouquetshop.com
Prom has become a massive part of American culture – shopping for that one-of-a-kind dress, finding the prefect pair of shoes, tuxedo fitting, saving up for the limo, getting your tickets and of course the day would not be complete without the captivating touch of flowers.
Photo Courtesy: Wedding Ideas Magazine
It’s so exciting, and yet hectic, it’s easy to forget about one of the most traditional and classic parts – your corsage and boutonniere.
Photo Courtesy: Helen’s Flowers & Gifts, Greenville, OH
Corsages come in an amazing variety of styles – the hottest trend in prom corsages is the wrist corsage.
Photo Courtesy: Under the Sun, Buds’N Bows Flower Shop, Jessica Green Photography
Not only is it stylish, it also allows more ease and freedom of movement.
Karaboo Ribbons offers ribbons, bracelets & boutonnieres in dozens of different styles.
Photo Courtesy: Misty’s Florist, Bristol TN.
From silver chains that wrap around your wrist to gold bracelets encrusted with jewels. The variety is almost limitless.
It’s a twofer!
Pantone, which decides the color of the year, has decided to give the people more than they bargained for: two colors of the year.
The color authority ruled two baby-hued pastels would dominate the year, rose quartz and serenity.
“Joined together, Rose Quartz and Serenity demonstrate an inherent balance between a warmer embracing rose tone and the cooler tranquil blue, reflecting connection and wellness as well as a soothing sense of order and peace.” – Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute
This spring we’ll see some breathtaking wedding color ideas with these colors.
Rose quartz, as you can imagine, is a pretty pale pink while serenity is a baby blue.
Offray’s Anisha Ribbon gives the look of silk at a fraction of the price!
Anisha’s beautiful color and loads of texture will enliven your springtime bouquets, arrangements and more.
Offray Double Face Satin
Offray’s High thread count Satin stands out with its opulent colors and elegant feel making it versatile for any occasion. Equally lovely on both sides.
We are so excited with these new colors; warm Rose Quartz and a soft Serenity blue are a breath of fresh air from past vivid colors such as Marsala and Radiant Orchid.
So shabby chic! We love it. Great idea for reception decor or for shower decor!
This project was so easy that you too can create your own with whatever kind of jar, twine and ribbon you want to use.
The supplies are few as all you need is some glue (either crazy glue or you can use a glue gun), ribbon, mason jars, flowers and of course, lots and lots of twine.
Here are a few of the steps I took to wrap the twine around the mason jars.
The most important part is obviously fastening the twine to the jar when you start and finish wrapping it around.
I also made sure to wrap the twine over and across the exact point where I glued the start of the twine to the glass.
This sort of anchored the twine to the glass and allowed me to wrap the twine sooner than it would have taken me if I had waited for the glue to dry.
Then you can make the twine sort of wrap around in a diagonal pattern over the first layer of twine.
I did this by wrapping the twine in a figure 8 pattern over and over again until I felt like it looked right.
And with that you can tie a pretty ribbon bow over both layers of twine to make the little jar flower-ready.
Add some baby’s breath, pink and white roses to complete the look.
Courtesy Project Wedding.com
Celebrate Mardi Gras in style with Fleur de lis Ribbon from Karaboo Ribbons
Bring a little bit of the south to your home during Mardi Gras!
Fleur de Lis is one of the most recognized symbols of New Orleans.
Take a look at our selection of fleur de lis ribbon & home décor.
It’s sure to inspire you and enhance all of your creative projects.
Available in 3 Sizes
Velvet & Plaid Christmas Bows with Matching Wired Edge
8″, 10″ & 12″ Bows includes 2 Tails
Ribbon Width: 2 1/2″
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Our Christmas Bows make an elegant tree-topper and is perfect for accenting wreaths, mantles & staircase garland
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Karaboo Ribbons has a colorful array of Wholesale Christmas Ribbons & Bows, we’re sure that you’ll find the perfect Christmas ribbon to decorate your home & wrap your gifts this holiday season.
Sizes: 8″, 10″ & 12″