An Elegant Winter Wedding Inspiration Board in Berry Shades & Iced Blue from Bajan Wed
I am excited to be bringing you, over the next couple of months, some guest posts from some of my favourite wedding bloggers from around the world, in the form of beautiful inspiration boards. For me this is an opportunity to introduce you to the blogs and bloggers who are a constant source of inspiration (and support) to me, and who I am sure you will love (if you don’t already) just as much as I do. We’re starting the series with this Winter beauty from the fabulous Tamika at Bajan Wed – my little wedding oasis full of stunning Tropical wedding inspiration…..
Bride in Sareh Nouri Wedding Dress ~ Rachel May Photography via Magnolia Rouge // Wedding Cake ~ Melissa’s Fine Pastries, Photography by Marissa Lambert Photography via Style Me Pretty // Dog and Bridal Party ~ Rachel May Photography via Magnolia Rouge // Emerald Cut Engagement Ring ~ Photography by Coco Tran Photography via Style Me Pretty // Vintage Cake Server Set ~ Photo by Joseba Sandoval Photography via Bridal Musings // Wedding Bouquet ~ Kim Starr Wise, Photo by Marissa Lambert Photography via Style Me Pretty
I am going to hand you over to Tamika, who’s here with a few words to introduce you to this gorgeous palette “As a longtime fan of Chic Vintage Brides, it is an immense honour and privilege to be with you today. I admire editor and founder Amy greatly for many reasons, including her impeccable taste, savvy know-how and great big heart! Her mood boards have also been a learning tool and source of inspiration for me so it’s beyond thrilling (and a little nerve-wracking!) to share one of my own boards here.
I wanted to ensure that this board reflected the glamour and elegance I associate with the CVB brand. I fell in love with the idea of centering the story on a stylish, vintage-inspired, winter bride. A pastel blue “Marie-Antoinette” ball gown by Sareh Nouri, paired with loosely braided tresses is such a deliciously romantic look! The French Toile wedding cake by Melissa’s Fine Pastries, along with a gilded server set and emerald-cut diamond ring were perfect to compliment the overall regal tone, while lush florals in berry hues add a bold and feminine sophistication to this wintry wonderland. Hope you enjoy!”
I love the mix of shades don’t you?? And I think she has captured the glamour and elegance of a chic vintage bride perfectly (and managed to make me blush along the way :)) Be sure to pop across to Bajan Wed to meet Tamika properly and see all of the beautiful wedding inspiration she has there – if you haven’t considered a wedding somewhere tropical already, you most certainly will do after visiting her!
Well this is the very first in the series, and I am already looking forward to the next one.