Snippets, Whispers & Ribbons #28

July 20, 2012

Some people thought we were crazy when we announced we were getting married New Year’s Eve, but all I could think was what a way to start a New Year. And it seems we’re not the only ones (crazy or not) who for one reason or another have started their married life at the beginning of a new year!

1. Starting with this chic Australian New Years Wedding from Stewart Leishman on Style Me Pretty – everything about it oozes glamour …..

Style Me Pretty Australian New Year's Eve Wedding(the venue may look familiar from this very different but equally dreamy wedding)

 

2. I love the idea of a masquerade ball, so this lavish New Year’s Eve Masquerade Wedding in the woods on Green Wedding Shoes really caught my imagination….

Green Wedding Shoes New Year's Eve Masquerade Wedding

 

3. The incredible love story behind this gorgeous New Years Eve Wedding on Ruffled reads like a Hollywood romance…..

Ruffled New Year’s Eve Wedding

 

4. Last year Wedding Chicks New Year’s Eve Wedding Ideas post for a dinner party elopement featured the prettiest palette of pale blues, with just the right amount of sparkle….

Wedding Chicks Silver New Year's Eve Wedding Ideas

 

5.  And what’s the only thing that could possibly be better or more romantic than a New Year’s Eve Wedding? Why, a surprise New Year’s Eve Wedding of course! Especially when it is as pretty as this one on Style Me Pretty…..

Style Me Pretty Surprise New Year's Eve Wedding

 

Take it from a New Year’s Eve bride, a NYE wedding is truly unforgettable (and a groom has no excuse for ever forgetting your anniversary! :-) ) Is anyone tempted?? If you are, OMG I’m Getting Married had 10 great ideas for a New Year’s Eve Wedding.

 

Amy

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