I just bought the top two prints by Peggy Wolf Design on Etsy, but think the two below would go with them just perfectly. Hopefully we can put them up somewhere in our new place..
Phoenix and I still have different ideas on what our home will be like. He thinks it'll be a proper house with multiple rooms and massive sound system; I think it's more likely to be a smallish one-bedroom apartment or studio.
At the moment I'm trying to figure out what furniture & other homey things we need to get, as well as what I already have that can be used.
Also facing the dilemma of what to do when a yet-to-be-engaged friend has so many similar wedding ideas (that she constantly shares with us). Do I tell her I was thinking of doing the same thing, or just modify my original plans a bit so it doesn't seem like I'm copying her?
Absolutely love the floral 'specimens' by Kristen (The Treasured Petal) and Angel. And who would've thought the 'Milk & Honey' tablescape by Paige and Kelly was inspired by the first time John Lennon and Yoko Ono met? I don't know what those little hanging orbs are called, but I need to get my hands on some :)
I don't know how my train of thought got there, but I started looking for Indian-style indoor marquees today. Vaguely remembering Raj Tents I looked them up only to find that they're yet another amazing vendor..in America.
But then I found the Australian Indian Weddings site which led me to a treasure trove of mandaps (Hindu wedding tents) and Indian sweets. (The only ones I've tried so far are Gulab Jamun, and I absolutely love them!)
The look I'm going for with the altered version of my mom's dress is vintage, flowy, elegant and delicate.
Here's the dress as it is at the moment with ruffles, long sleeves (not shown) and lovely ribbon and lace at the hem. I never wanted an ivory dress; I always pictured myself in pure white, but it's grown on me and I think it captures the vintage spirit we're going for.