In a season in which blogs and magazines are showcasing weddings featuring bright colors and bold trends, it’s easy to forget the simple beauty that an all white wedding creates, but we certainly haven’t.
That’s why we’ve gathered some of our favorite all white products (from a to-die-for birdcage veil to the perfect vintage inspired clutch) to help get you to get back to the basics for a wedding look that will truly stand the test of time. It’s a beautiful day for a white wedding…
From Top Left: Vintage Birdcage Veil, Formal Wedding Program, Ivory Satin Garter, Chalkboard Table Numbers, Mr. and Mrs. Cufflinks, Ivory Bridal Sash, Vintage Wedding Menu, Ivory Ring Bearer Pillow, Bridal Lace Clutch
I love seeing brides use traditional wedding elements in a non traditional way, and what could be more fun or girly than getting creative with flowers?That’s why I’ve gathered some of my favorite floral wedding accessories sure to inspire.
Just remember: The key to mastering the look is not being afraid to mix it up (hint: pair neutrals with a pop of color or create a look of artificial flowers with the real thing). From a bold bridal cuff to a classic chiffon clutch these pieces can be mixed and matched for any occasion.
Shop these floral wedding looks and more by checking out my “Flower Power” list on Tailored and leave me a comment and let me know which look you’re loving this season.
Sara Morgan, Tailored Founder
When it comes to wedding shopping, we know that sometimes being inspired can be easier than buying inspired. After all, it’s one thing to find something you love for your wedding and another thing to actually be able to afford it. That’s why, at Tailored, we’ve been on a mission to find fabulous wedding fashions that don’t break the bank…
This week on Style Me Pretty, we rounded up our Top Ten Wedding Products Under $100 (from to runway inspired hair accessories, to gorgeous jewelry, and more) we know you will love as much as we do. So, check out the Style Me Pretty post or follow Tailored Founder, Sara Morgan’s “Wedding Steals: Looks under $100” list on Tailored, to shop the below SMP featured looks and many more.
Create your own list “Wedding Steals” list on Tailored and leave us a comment and let us know which looks you love. Who knows, maybe our next Tailored Trendsetter will be you!
The color blue has been associated with weddings for centuries, even dating as far back as ancient Rome, when brides wore blue to symbolize love, modesty, and fidelity. There is something incredible about continuing a tradition with such history, but putting a modern twist on the custom and making it your own? That’s what makes it fun.
There’s nothing wrong with subtlety and keeping your something blue as a sweet surprise (think a hidden label on the inside of your dress, a garter, or wedding night lingerie) but incorporating your something blue in a more prominent way, like with this vintage blue rhinestone encrusted headband is an unexpected way to modernize your wedding day look.
Don’t be afraid to choose a daring shade! Baby blue and navy are classically beautiful, but in a bridal season where pops of color are taking center stage, why not take a chance with cyan or make a statement with sapphire? Pair your wedding gown with a fabulous peacock blue bridal clutch or take traditional white shoes and make them regal with royal blue shoe clips… the options are endless!
Browse these bridal blue looks and more now on Founder, Sara Morgan’s, “Something Blue” list on Tailored, and make your own list of fav finds to inspire you for your big day.
Always ahead of the curve, Style Me Pretty founder, Abby Larson, has been inspiring brides with her impeccable taste and fresh ideas since founding the style savvy wedding blog in 2007 and has continued to be a breath of fresh air in the wedding industry.
It’s why we simply couldn’t have a Tailored Trendsetter series without Abby in the mix. When the self-proclaimed lover of all things wedding with “big dreams and the best job in the world” isn’t hovering over her laptop creating inspiration boards, you can find her making lists of her fav finds on Tailored. To follow Abby on Tailored now, click here.
Be sure to swing back by the Tailored blog tomorrow to check out Abby’s favorite trends and hot new must-haves… trust us, you won’t want to miss this.
So, he’s gotten down on one knee and popped the question and now you’re the one knee-deep in the midst of planning what is sure to be the biggest day of your life. But what about all of the celebratory moments around you officially becoming a Mrs like the engagement party, bachelorette, or bridal shower?
These special occasions are all a part of what makes being engaged so special, so when your friends and family come to you for ideas for your bridal shower, don’t be clueless… be creative! We’re starting by taking a moment to create the perfect pretty in pink bridal shower for the ultra feminine bride-to-be.
Love, Sweet Love Garland: This beautiful backdrop for sinfully sweet candy bar will have your guests craving not just the candy, but your design style too!
Wedding AdLibs: Who didn’t love these as a kid? Not only will they keep guests cracking up during the party, you’ll love having to read later and cherish as keepsakes for years to come.
Shabby Chic Guest Book: Gorgeous Guest Book Alert! It’s easy to see why it was featured on HGTV as a party planning must-have decor item… it’s as simple as it is fabulous.
Spring Showers Pink and Cream Party Banner: Little pink umbrellas with adorable floral accents to match? Sometimes it really is the little touches that make the biggest splash.
Sophisticated Bridal Shower Bulletin Board: As you get ready to make new memories, take some time to look back on the ones you’ve made so far! Personalizing a party with photos of family and friends is the perfect way to show gratitude to the people that have been such a big part of your life and your journey.
Lingerie Cake Topper: Even the sweetest parties need a little something saucy to shake things up and this lingerie cake topper does just the trick!
Wedding Wine Charms: Toast to your “Host-ess with the Most-est” with in style and keep track of your girls’ drinks at the same time! These wine charms make a great party favor as well. Cheers!
To shop these items and others from our Bridal Shower Bliss list on Tailored, click here.
There is something sweetly simple about a summer evening in the country, away from the hectic fast-paced lifestyle, rush hour traffic, and the city’s ever present distractions. Lose the idea of fighting over the latest go-to wedding venue in your hometown and instead get lost on a dirt road, find a hidden field, a charming barn, or a cozy B&B, and make the venue your own.
Planning a barnyard beautiful wedding can be as simple as country life itself. So, get ready to gather up the mason jars, sprinkle some saw dust, and pick a few fresh flowers, because these charming rustic touches will turn any natural backdrop into a country chic wedding space in no time.
And old barn can be the perfect blank canvas for your rustic wedding vision and exudes country class.
To shop these and more rustic wedding inspired looks, click here.
Hi guys! I’m Brit Morin, founder of Brit & Co. (if you missed yesterday’s intro post about me and to check out pics from my wedding, click here) and I’m excited to kick off the Tailored Trendsetter series with some seriously unique products. Before you read any further, make sure to follow me on Tailored!
From geek chic wedding decor to the perfect special occasion dress, I’m sharing my favorite finds, that If I were to get married all over again, would make my day perfect.
Vintage Calendar Save The Date: The Apple fanatic in my loves how much this mimics the iCal icon
Vintage Record Invitation: I am SUCH a fan of any non-traditional stationary. I wish this was a real record though!
Special Occasion Dress: This would have made a fabulous bachelorette or rehearsal dinner dress.
Initial Necklaces: How cute would these be for bridesmaids? I did something very similar for my wedding, but with laser-etched wood.
Flower Girl Halo Headband: I stalked this Etsy shop throughout my wedding planning process. Though I ended up making my flower girl’s headband, this would have been a sure purchase if I’d chosen not to DIY.
LEGO Flower Girl and Ring Bearer: I have no idea what to buy a three-year-old to thank them for being in my wedding. These LEGOs would have been the perfect gift!
Nintendo Cufflinks: Behold, the ultimate set of cufflinks for any man born in the 80s.
Burlap Flask: A bespoke gift for the rugged groom or groomsman. I happen to love anything with burlap, though!
Metal Geek Heart Emoticon Wedding Cake Topper: Honestly, there are no words to describe my love for this! How perfect would this have been for a centerpiece or cake topper at our Pixel Cowboy wedding?
Thanks for checking out my 10 picks… Don’t forget to follow me to keep up with what I’m loving and listing on Tailored! Follow me here.
Every once in awhile, you meet someone that makes you think about things differently, see things from a new perspective, or sparks some creativity in you that you didn’t know was there. Over the coming months, we will be sharing our list of Tailored Trendsetters, wedding and lifestyle veterans who do just that.
Our Trendsetters will be sharing anything and everything that inspires them, dishing design tips, forecasting trends, and picking their must-have products on Tailored and we’re kicking off our Tailored Trendsetter series with the gorgeously geek chic, “Mini Martha Stewart” Brit Morin, founder of Brit & Co.
We love Brit because she is constantly finding inspiration in the day to day, turning the ordinary into the extraordinary in a way that few others can. One look at the gorgeous pictures of her Pixel Cowboy wedding below and you’ll instantly see why she’s our first Tailored Trendsetter.
After you’ve fallen in love with her style, come back tomorrow to check out her Tailored picks and recreate the look for your wedding day.
Brit’s Pixel Cowboy wedding was the perfect mix of modern and rustic.
From the “Cupcake Idol” sweet treat competition to a live blogging booth, Brit’s wedding was anything but predictable.
Brit Morin is the founder of Brit & Co, a lifestyle brand that teaches savvy shortcuts to inspire your online and offline life. You can preview the company’s first app, Weduary, which helps you create your own unique and beautiful wedding website, here.
While certain wedding color palettes come in and out of style, a black and white wedding theme can transcend season, destination, and even the level of formality of a wedding, making it unmistakably timeless and sophisticated.
Incorporating a touch of black can be as simple as adding a black sash to your wedding dress, or accessorizing with black pearls or a clean white bridal clutch with a black lace overlay to create a more dramatic effect.
Black and White Parisian Cookies, Bow Tie Wedding Flasks, White Bridal Clutch with Rhinestone Fascinator, Black and White Handmade Wedding Flowers, Black Rhinestone Bridal Sash, Black Pearl Bridal Tiara
The feel of a white and black combination can suit modernists and traditionalists alike and is always open for interpretation. So, dream BIG and dare to be daring… with a black and white wedding theme, you truly can’t go wrong.
Shop these and more black and white wedding looks on my ”Black and White Wedding” list on Tailored now and leave a comment and share your favorites with me… I’d love to hear from you.
Sara Morgan, Tailored Founder