5 Sweet Spring Wedding Color Palette Ideas

March 28, 2017 | nicole

We’re welcoming spring with open arms and can’t wait for all the spring weddings right around the corner. With all the gorgeous blooms abound, we’re especially looking forward to the beautiful spring wedding color palettes inspired by seasonal florals. If you’re planning your own spring nuptials, get inspired by these sweet spring wedding color palettes for your big day!

Sage, Peach, Pale Pink, Emerald

photos by Athena Grace, event planning by Erin Land, floral design by Grace and Blooms, wedding dress by BHLDN, groom’s apparel by ASOS; see more from this wedding here!

Lemon, Blood Orange, Grapefuit, Lime

photos by Megan Robinson Photography, event and floral design by Scenemakers, ribbon by Frou Frou Chic, cake by Rue de Lis Desserts, invitations by Bella Figura via The Write Image; see more from this wedding inspiration shoot here!

Dusty Blue, Navy, Birch Wood, Sage

photo by Luke and Mallory, event and floral design by Kaleb Norman James, cake by Cakes by Felicitations, stationery by Gabriel Pattenhouse, groom’s apparel by Bonobos; see more from this wedding here!

Rose Gold, Dusty Blue, Ivory, Sage

photos by Andy Roberts Photography, floral design by Les Amis, cake by Piece of Cake Lafayette, stationery by The Little Blue Chair, wedding dress by Fabulous Frocks Shreveport, rentals by Pure Vintage Rentals; see more from this wedding here!

Amethyst, Lavender, Light Pink, Sage

photos by Suzuran Photography, event design by A Charming Fete, floral design by Molly Taylor & Co., cake by Hummingbird Bake Shop, wedding dress by Leanne Marshall via Something White, rentals by Borrow Vintage + Eclectic Rentals and Event Source; see more from this wedding here!

Looking for more spring wedding color palette inspiration? Check out these gorgeous color combinations:

7 Chic Color Combos to Brighten Your Spring Wedding

5 Green Wedding Palettes Inspired By Pantone’s Color of the Year

7 Swoon-Worthy Pin Wedding Color Palettes

5 Strikingly Beautiful Neutral Wedding Color Palettes

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Rustic Glam Colombian Destination Wedding

This Colombian destination wedding featured rustic vibes with hints of glam! Amanda and Andy immediately fell in love with Colombia on their first visit to Cartagena, so when it was time to select a wedding destination, they knew exactly where to go. The couple chose to decorate their venues with greenery and light tones of peach and white to reflect their love of nature, yet weren’t afraid to glam it up with luxe tablescapes and a totally killer custom Inbal Dror bridal gown. Photographer Donna Irene Muccio captured every stunning moment of Amanda and Andy’s wedding, including their dramatic reception fireworks!

The Couple:

Amanda and Andy

The Wedding:

Sanyo Torribio Church & Santa Clara, Cartagena, Colombia

The most important to us was definitely that we remained aware of what actually getting married means. We noticed that it’s very easy to get carried away in the planning that you forget the real importance, which isn’t the party, but joining together as one! Keeping mind of this really helped us relax and have fun during the entire planning process.

We knew we wanted a 3 day type celebration wedding, so we knew it had to be a destination. My dad was the one who recommended Cartagena, Colombia and we fell in love on first visit! We’re very ‘rustic’ people. We love nature and just the art of being ‘real’ without the extra fluff, so we went a very natural approach! Lots of greenery, and the venue itself smelled amazing from all of the eucalyptus.

I wanted a dramatic train! I think I achieved that goal. My dress is custom by designer Inbal Dror. It took a whole year to make!

Andy got me beautiful earrings and a note before walking down the aisle!

Our favorite photo is the one of us walking down the road right after we got married. It was such a celebration, and we were laughing and dancing in all of the photos… so beautiful!

Our first dance song was You & I by Michael Bublé.

The Wedding Team:

Photography – Donna Irene Muccio
Second Shooter – Masson Liang
Event Planning – Carmen Cecilia Cayón Event Planning
Ceremony Venue – Sanyo Torribio Church
Reception Venue – Santa Clara
Floral Design – Andres Cortes
Videography – Narrate Studios
Makeup & Hair Artist – Tati Perez
Wedding Dress – Inbal Dror


Congratulations to Amanda and Andy, and a huge thanks to Donna Irene Muccio for sharing their wedding with us. Want more Colombia wedding inspiration? Then you’ve got to see this dreamy Colombian wedding in Bogotá!

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This Iceland Elopement is As Heartfelt As It is Thrilling

March 27, 2017 | gabby

Iceland’s largely known for its gorgeous icy fjords and dramatic cliffs, but it’s also known for its singular ability to take any moment and turn it into something special. Alena and Jacob always felt drawn to Iceland’s calming mood and cuddle-worthy weather, so they didn’t hesitate to travel to the foreign country for their engagement. Alena’s stunning winter bridal look included a white cable knit sweater, a structured skirt (with pockets!), and a bright orange and yellow bouquet, while Jacob’s groom look mirrored Alena’s bouquet with a playful floral tie in the same colors. We are simply blown away by Cody & Allison Photography‘s documentation of this Iceland elopement, including the unexpected moments where the couple was nearly swept away by the wind and sea!

The Couple:

Alena and Jacob

The Wedding:

Jökulsárlón, Iceland

The things that were most important to us while wedding planning were a tie between the location and the pictures. We wanted to be in an incredible place but we also wanted to be with an incredible photographer.

Iceland looked like it had some incredible landscapes, it was rated the #1 most peaceful country, and it has 3 times more sheep than humans in the country. All of those things ended up being 100% true and made us fall in love with the gorgeous island-country.

We’ve always wanted a winter themed vibe and the climate of Iceland ended up being perfect for what we were wanting. The colors in winter, the calming mood, and the fact that being cold would make us want to hold each other tight while promising our vows to one another… We felt the setting would really tie in with us as a couple.

We wrote our own vows the night before and we held each other while saying them to each other.

We actually didn’t really have anything planned until about a week and a half before we left as far as colors go. We knew what the color of the dress would be but Jacob kept going back and forth on what he was going to wear and then found this magnificent tie to go with it. Then we sent those colors to the florist we were talking with in Iceland and boom. Pretzel bread. That’s how the colors were chosen – on a whim of random inspiration one week day night.

My inspiration was winter-y. So, long sleeved, warm, cozy, and also very elegant. What I love about it is that it’s just a sweater and a skirt with pockets. But put together, it created the exact look I was wanting.

For Jacob, the most memorable part was the glacier lagoon in Jökulsárlón. Seeing the majesty of the landscape, breathing in the crisp air, and joyously saying our vows to one another.

Jacob‘s fashion inspiration was about the same as mine; just having a winter-y feel but also staying stylish. We knew that dark blue with the pop of color tie would be perfect for him.

Honestly, don’t take it too seriously. Be prepared to have an open mind on the day of because like Murphy’s Law says, “What can go wrong, will go wrong.” For example, the first place our photographers wanted to take us to in the valley of a mountain ended up not working out at all at the time of us arriving. Instead of getting bummed, we went with the flow and ended up finding an even better “first look” and vow reading location.

Working with Cody & Allison aka the GREATEST PHOTOGRAPHERS was a dream. They are the friendliest, most down to earth people ever. We had an immediate connection with them when we first met them face to face at the car rental depot at Keflavik International. They inspired us so much the day of and kept us energized to go from location to location. They worked so hard to get the best pictures of an Icelandic elopement ever. (We’re just a LITTLE biased buuuuuut I mean have you seen their pictures??)

Soooo in a few of the pictures, you’ll see our legs covered completely by the ocean tide on Black Sand Beach. That was not planned. We were just running out to where we thought the edge was and getting our picture taken but then the tide came up a lot further than we had expected. Our legs and shoes and socks got soaked. It was so funny and shocking!

For me, the most memorable part was on the cliff in Vik. It was so surreal being up there and it felt like we were the only people in the world. We popped the bottle of champagne over the edge and tossed the flowers over as well. It was like a dream.

The Wedding Team:

Photography – Cody & Allison Photography
Venue – Jökulsárlón
Floral Design – Bloma Nattura


Congratulations to Alena and Jacob, and a very special thanks to Cody & Allison Photography for sharing this couple’s extraordinary elopement with us. Can’t get enough of this Nordic island country’s mysteriously epic vibes? Get inspired with this beautifully wild Iceland bridal shoot!

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