Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Wedding Bee Pro & Joyful Joyful #7: reused

Happy wednesday everyone! It is incredibly raining here in Southern California today and I am loving it!

If you have not checked out Wedding Bee Pro yet, you definitely should. It is a great resource for brides, created by Bee Kim, the mastermind behind WeddingBee . It features blogs from some wonderful vendors around the US, sharing tips and ideas. One of my favorite florists, Kristin of The Treasured Petal , was asked to be one of the experts and I am so thrilled for her! She definitely deserves it and I am sure she will be giving some wonderful eye candy and ideas. 
Earlier this week, so showcased photos from one of the weddings we worked on together: the green and orange wedding of Jill and Harry . We are still in love with this wedding and are so excited when it gets shared. Thanks Kristin- you did an amazing job with those flowers and really made our ideas come to life in an incredible way! You can see her article here.


Another big congratulations goes out to a sweet friend in the industry, Angel with Events of Love and Splendor, for also being chosen for Wedding Bee Pro. Her posts so far have been great- definitely check out her most recent one if you are confused about the difference between the terms "wedding planner" and "wedding coordinator". 

I also wanted to show how I reused some of the decor from Joyful Joyful #7 in my home. We had a late thanksgiving with my husband's family last week and I used a few of the arrangements from the tea as our table centerpiece.


Simple and clean: I used a trio of the centerpieces and paired them with my light blue linen placemats from Pottery Barn. I am loving this color combo for Christmas. I decorated my downstairs bathroom in these colors and will show you later this week. I also was excited to use the vintage Waterford crystal wine glasses & salt and pepper shakers we were recently given by my husband's grandmother- the first time we were able to break it out! I thought they looked great alongside our Kate Spade china.

And nothing looks more glamourous than a big chunky highchair, right?

Lots more coming tomorrow!

1 comment:

angel said...

you are so sweet; thanks for the shout out. ;-) i am in love with your simple + lovely tablesetting here. i'm having the in-laws over on monday night and wish i had some vintage crystal! xoxo