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Coco Chanel Quote

I love Coco but when it comes to this post I believe you can keep all these beautiful accessories on!

Photo from Swatchbookweddings.com via Pinterest

I can’t believe it’s already Friday! The past few weeks have flown by. People have told me that this would be one of the fastest years of my life since I am planning my wedding, but I didn’t think it would start to go this quick. “Relish every moment” has become my new mantra. Things are at least starting to come together with the planning now though, especially since I found my wedding dress! As indecisive as I am, I didn’t think that it would happen so quickly. One full afternoon and two bridal stores later I went home with my dress ordered (thanks mom!) and a better understanding of what the whole theme of my wedding would be. I didn’t even know that the dress could set the theme for the wedding, but as soon as I put mine on, I knew what direction I was going to take… but more of that in weeks to come. So, even though we don’t even have a finalized guest list, I can’t help but to get ahead of myself and think about the accessories that go with the dress: shoes, jewelry, hair styles, etc.  I have been casually browsing through different sites for ideas and came across Demoiselle. The Demoiselle is a blog dedicated to the “details” and “finishing touches” that make the bride look exceptional on her day. From shawls, shoes, bouquets, bridesmaid colors, headbands to holidays, there are so many categories to browse through to get some great ideas not only for your walk down the aisle but also for all of the festivities that surround your big day. It’s all in the details, and this holds true for my wedding day too. Below are some of my favorites from Demoiselle

Whether for the bride or bridemaids, a touch of color can go a long way…

Badgley Mischka Embellished Heels via Demoiselle

Farfalla by Aruna Seth

Some wedding dresses now have pockets (so fun!) but for those that don’t a beautiful clutch can add a bit more style… and organization…

Christian Louboutin Clutch via Demoiselle

Blush by Inge Christopher via Demoiselle

I have a weakness for vintage jewelry, love these…

Vintage Jewels via Demoiselle

“Enchanted” is certainly the perfect word to describe this headpiece because you’ll likely bewitch your groom with how fabulous you’ll look in it…

Enchanted Atelier via Demoiselle

They say it’s good luck for it to rain on your wedding day, and now I say it’s good style with these umbrellas.

Tumblr via Demoiselle

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Every time I discuss and continue my quest to find other paper arts, it is hard not to always come across paper flowers. I realized I had never really looked into it before and was surprised to see all the various takes artists have on them.

David Stark

I thought I had seen it all until I saw David Stark’s creations (hint hint Elizabeth). David Stark is an event planner extraordinaire and how he incorporates paper is genius. I found a great post on Demoiselle about how David turned 6,000 tons of paper into a beautiful and elaborate event. Read more about it here.

David also designed a pop up store/installation at the West Elm store in NYC to celebrate the launch of his new book, David Stark Design. The whole store was created out of paper. Check out more of it here

My Bohemian Summer

My Bohemian Summer has a different take on origami flower art and have made their own signature flower design. They make more than just flowers including wedding bouquets, favors,home decor and have been featured on many sites and wedding blogs.

April Showers

Spring Fling

Sing To Me Origami

LBC Paper

I have talked about Leah Copplestone before and have even Featured her here. I love everything from her style, color choosings, and design.

Handmade Paper Flowers

For Japan


Omiyage is a great webshop for all Japanese paper crafts and other fun finds. On their blog I found these beautiful cherry blossoms and the how to on their site here. A cherry blossom is the flower of the cherry tree known as Sakura and Kirigami is the art of cutting paper.

DIY Sakura Kirigami

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David Stark

David Stark Sketchbook

My Bohemian Summer

LBC Paper


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