the hunt for fabric for Wday

i found this a couple of weeks ago and the more time that passes by the more i'm falling in love with it. what do you think? ideas for use of the fabric ranges from table runners to the invites to the favors... the options are limitless.

*from fabric.com


Wday cake

I went window shopping yesterday and came across this cake pan from my favorite store, williams and sonoma. I picture a couple of these made out of R&R's fav cakes and a bunch of little ones.

a reflection of R&R

so i've been thinking of what type of wedding would suite R and I the best off of the little opinions R has shared with me. The opinion that's helped the most is that he wants it to have color. I am also taking into consideration that our budget is $10,000. Which, BTW, I have saved $150 so far. Just $9,850 to go! While I was brainstorming today in the usual Hawaii nei traffic jam I thought about making our wedding a vintage hawaiian wedding (nothing cliche of course), 60's-70's inspired. I figured that would have color, right? It'd be fun, and it could also be less dow-llars. Ideally I'd love it to be both town&country.

vintage hawaii meets chic city


Wday bridesmaid brainstormin

I love the idea of the bridesmaid dresses not being the same & for the record, I liked the idea before it became this years trend. Booooooo!!!!

side note: didn't save link to these images, sorry

{the following are dresses from jenny yoo, that i like}

{the following are dresses from j crew, that i really like}

an example of the dress above in action:

W decor #1

WOW! Love the W decor & colors.

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W shoe #1

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*note to self: flats, ring pillow (wrap with t-leaf)
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Gorgeous dress.... to say the least

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