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Ethereal Blush — The New Neutral

Ethereal Blush — This delicate, feminine hue is the newest addition to the neutral color family.

1. Soft blush layers are rich with texture and shimmer with diamanté embellishments. Designed by Something Different Cake Couture and photographed by Charlie Gomes.

2. A simply blush invitation suite glistens with gold script. Designed by Paper & Pearl. Photographed by Mimi Vazquez.

3. Blush blossoms are surrounded by cascading greens in this custom-designed bouquet by Whim Events. Photographed by Tiffany Von.

4. Fresh water pearl charm bracelet from Long’s Jewelers is the faintest shade of blush making it one-of-a-kind. 5. Intricate lace bodice flows into a sea of blush tulle and finishes with lace embroidery by Kelly Faetanini. Available at A Little Something White. 6. Glittering rose comb by Haute Bride adds vintage flair to you hair. Available at A Little Something White. 7. Gatsby-like printed china from Be Our Guest exudes 1920’s charm. 8. Four-tier textured cake by Konditor Meister is decorated beautifully with cascading flowers. Photographed by Sweet Monday. 9. Bouquets of lush flowers, foraged and designed by Flowers By Semia blend seamlessly creating a magical illusion of garland. Photographed by Joseph Laurin. 10. Arm candy is defined by this rose gold bracelet with Swarovski Elements by Haute Bride. Available at A Little Something White. 11. Simple silhouette in soft blush by Hayley Paige evokes pure femininity. Available at A Little Something White.

 

 

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Ethereal Blush — The New Neutral

Ethereal Blush — This delicate, feminine hue is the newest addition to the neutral color family. 1. Soft blush layers are rich with texture and shimmer with diamanté embellishments. Designed by Something Different Cake Couture and photographed by Charlie Gomes. 2. A simply blush invitation suite glistens with gold script. Designed by Paper & Pearl. […]

Vendor Spotlight On: Giardini di Sole

Vendor Spotlight is on Giardini di Sole; specializes in the importation of handcrafted ceramics, glassware, table accents, decorative pieces and stone tables exclusively from Italy.

1. How did your business come to be?

Founded by a trio of female entrepreneurs, Giardini di Sole first set up shop in Vancouver, British Columbia in 2006. Libby Morris opened the Boston showroom in​ November 2010.

Giardini di Sole specializes in the importation of handcrafted ceramics, glassware, table accents, decorative pieces and stone tables exclusively from Italy. Over the years, we have dedicated our efforts to searching out and discovering talented local artisans and craftsmen from across the country.

Our carefully curated collection of Italian home design ware is a reflection of the creative talent that is found throughout Italy. We work closely with all of our artisans – collaborating, encouraging and relishing their varied creative ingenuity and inventiveness.  We are proud to share their work with you…we hope you will enjoy their creations as much as we do.

2. What are the services you offer? 

Giardini di Sole features a bespoke wedding registry. Our artisans produce ceramics, tableware and stone tables in their own carefully crafted designs. Along with complete place settings and generous sized platters, bowls and tureens for entertaining, we feature a range of complementary tabletop lines – including elegant glassware, stemware, silverware, cutlery, linens, and distinct accent pieces.

All of our items, whether for kitchen, entertaining, home or garden, reflect the care and creativity of our artisans. We strive to offer engaged couples a personalized registry experience. We offer a wide range of choices and individualized combinations to our registrants. For those couples who do not live within close proximity to our showroom, we do offer an online shop and will personally connect with them so that they receive the same experience as those in our showroom.

As our thank you to you for registering with us, we offer a 10% gift certificate based on total sales purchased from the registry which you can use to complete your registry.

3. Where are you located? 

Our showroom is located at ​460 Harrison Ave, Suite C-16 in the SoWa neighborhood of downtown Boston.​ We are able to travel to meet with interested couples throughout the New England area. Our online Shop offers our pieces to those not living in the Boston area. We ship throughout the United States as well as internationally. ​

4. How far in advance do you recommend clients to register?

Due to the bespoke nature of our registry, we recommend couples consider registering at least 6 – 8 months before their wedding date.

5. What is one piece of advice you always give to brides? 

We like to encourage couples to be creative and a little adventurous when registering at Giardini di Sole.  As a boutique registry, we appeal to couples who want their future home together to be filled with unique pieces that reflect their personal aesthetic and entertaining style.  Not everything has to match… mixing things up a bit can be fun!

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Vendor Spotlight On: Giardini di Sole

Vendor Spotlight is on Giardini di Sole; specializes in the importation of handcrafted ceramics, glassware, table accents, decorative pieces and stone tables exclusively from Italy. 1. How did your business come to be? Founded by a trio of female entrepreneurs, Giardini di Sole first set up shop in Vancouver, British Columbia in 2006. Libby Morris opened […]

Vendor Spotlight On: Em Devaud Events

Vendor Spotlight is on Em Devaud Events; with over 10 years of planning experience she is known for her extensive travel background, specializing in planning near and far.

1. How did your business come to be?

Oh it’s a very long story! I saw The Wedding Planner movie when I was in high school and when I found out that people could plan events professionally, I geared my whole life to becoming a wedding planner! I started in corporate events, working for an international company, then switched gears when I began working for Longwood Events in 2008 at their Boston, then their Newport properties. I started my company 4 years ago and have loved every second of it! The FULL story is a bit more involved, however that is the reader’s digest version!

2. What are the services you offer?

Wedding Day of and Full Event planning, Design/Set Up Services, and Proposal Planning.

3. Where are you located and how far are you willing to travel to provide your services?

Em Devaud Events is based in Newport and will travel anywhere in the world! We have done weddings all the way from Florida to New Hampshire and Maryland to LA.

4. How far in advance do you recommend clients book?

Clients typically book 12 months in advance.

5. What is one piece of of advice you always give to brides?

HAVE FUN! You are celebrating your love and devotion to one another and you should enjoy the process from engagement to the honeymoon. Take deep breaths and mental “snapshots” throughout the wedding day to help make sure it doesn’t zip by too quickly!

 

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Vendor Spotlight On: Em Devaud Events

Vendor Spotlight is on Em Devaud Events; with over 10 years of planning experience she is known for her extensive travel background, specializing in planning near and far. 1. How did your business come to be? Oh it’s a very long story! I saw The Wedding Planner movie when I was in high school and […]

Pure Opulence — The Details

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Pure Opulence — The Details

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