Adorn.Yourself

I know I’ve mentioned this before…but I’ve just come across an incredible jewelry rental company.

And more importantly became a Partner and  I can pass along a savings of 20% to my readers. Please use my code at checkout or when you place an order via phone: CV068632

Their products are beyond stunning and I don’t know any bride who would have a problem adorning herself with diamonds for a reasonable rental price. Here are some of my favorite pieces that are provided by Adorn Brides.

Prices range from $100 – $2,400 for rentals, however the value of the pieces range from $1,600 – $73,000! These pieces have the highest quality diamonds and pearls that you will find on any jewelry rental site.  So if you want to wear earrings that are worth $3,000 for $100 then this is the place for you.

adorn-bridal-board

{jewelry: adorn brides}

Don’t forget to use this code when placing your order for a 20% discount

CV068632

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C is for Cymbidium

THE MEANING & SYMBOLISM OF
orchid

The most highly coveted of ornamental plants, the delicate, exotic and graceful orchid represents love, luxury, beauty and strength. In ancient Greece, orchids were associated with virility. In fact, Greek women believed that if the father of their unborn child ate large, new orchid tubers, the baby would be a boy. If the mother ate small orchid tubers, she would give birth to a girl.

During the Victorian era, orchid symbolism shifted to luxury, and today this sense of magnificence and artful splendor continues, with orchids representing rare and delicate beauty. The 14th wedding anniversary flower, pink orchids convey pure affection, and the popular cattelya orchid represents mature charm.

{provided by teleflora}

Not only is this flower exude luxury, but they last and maintain their freshness for a long time. Check out some of teleflora’s beautiful creations. Some are stunning enough to use are simple centerpieces and they are a less expensive alternative.

orchid-board{floral designs: teleflora}

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Lush.And.Textured

I haven’t done a board in quite some time, so when I came across this stunning fall wedding on John Rozier’s website…I couldn’t help myself. There was something so rich about the floral textures of this wedding.

Whether you choose a fall color palette or spring one…I think the key here is texture. Give depth to your flowers. Add a non flower item (feathers for example) or just some twigs to something soft and delicate.

When I look at these flowers I just want to go out and grab it. Touch it. Feel them. Induce curiousity in your wedding decor.

new-hope-wedding-board{images: john rozier wedding photography}

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Who.Wants.Candy?

daily-candy-weddings

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