Saturday, January 31, 2015

{Pretty lil Packaging}

Pretty lil Packaging:
Go to our Dream in Details Etsy Shop and get that perfect item for your special day. Each item gives a sense of unique style and vintage feel. Keep us in mind for the bride, the guests, and maybe something for yourself.
Find us at: Dream in Details Etsy Shop

Saturday, January 24, 2015

{Put a Ring on it}

Put a Ring on it:
Who said diamonds were a girls best friend? Think bigger, think color, think whatever expresses your
own personal taste and style. This does however involve some searching! Don't start at your typical chain jewelry store, but search through old family owned jewelry stores or antique shops, even scan through Etsy! It's almost as if it's a treasure hunt, so Happy Hunting!
Top Image: Bona Drag
Second Image (left): BHLDN Second Image (Right): The Cut London
Third & Fourth Images: Reblogged From Want That Wedding
Fifth Image (Left): Reblogged From Hey Wedding Lady
Fifth Image (Right): Etsy Shop Kate Szabone Jewellery 
Last Image: Love Gold

Sunday, January 18, 2015

{Furnished with Love}

Furnished with Love:
Just because your wedding is outside doesn't mean you can't offer the comfort of your home to your guests. These images above show great use of rustic/antique furnishing pieces, some used alone as photo props while others create an entire room outdoors. Perfect for the bride and groom or for those guests who want to rest their feet and take a break from the dance floor.
Top Image: Reblogged from Pacific Weddings
Second Image (Left): Reblogged from Style Me Pretty
Second Image (Right): Reblogged from Wedding Chicks
Third Image: Reblogged from Style Me Pretty
Fourth Image (Left): Reblogged from Ruffled Blog
Fourth Image (Right): Reblogged from Green Wedding Shoes
Last Image: Reblogged from Intimate Weddings

Sunday, January 11, 2015

{All the lil ladies}

All the lil ladies:
Too cute right? When looking for that perfect little dress, remember kids always steal the show! Keep in mind that you don't need to shell out tons of money either, these girls are simply adorable in anything. The above images range from around $49.00-$700 dollars. (FYI: bottom left image was Marchesa for Target.) Flower girl dresses are also quite easy to make or to get made by a friend, aunt or that great seamstress next door. The flower wreaths are a great compliment to their petal throwing down the aisle.

Top Image: Etsy Shop Doloris Petunia
Second Image: Reblogged from The Wedding Wire
Third Image: J. Crew
Fourth Images: Etsy Shop Doloris Petunia
Fifth Image: Reblogged from The Pretty Blog
Last Image (Left): Reblogged from 100 Layer Cake
Last Image (Right): Reblogged from Elizabeth Anne Designs

Saturday, January 10, 2015

{Josephine Joseph- Opens its Etsy Shop}

We are officially open for business!
Cannot believe we are finally open for business! Please check out our amazing store. We search the country to find those little vintage treasures that make each brides day a one-of-a-kind. Please visit us at our Dream in Details Shop by Josephine Joseph. Also follow us on our social media via Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

{Connect the Dots}

Connect the Dots:
Is this not the most adorable way to add a bit of print/pattern to your day or what? Love the simplicity of each image, note that most are tonal and not overly distracting or overly retro. Veils with small swiss dots or placed dots are all the rage right now. Can't get enough of it! Feels trendy, but classic all at the same time. Remember your day shouldn't be stuffy, have some fun with it and add a little whimsy.
First Image: Etsy Shop First Snowfall
Second Image: Reblogged from Burnettes Boards
Third Image (Left): Purchase at Posh Veils Third Image (Right): Reblogged from Wedding Bells
Last Image (Left): Photographers The Nickersons Last Image (Right): Purchase at Store NVY

Monday, January 5, 2015

{Bachelorette Bliss- Think Outside the Box}

Bachelorette Bliss- Think outside the box:
Ladies, times are changing, more and more women are getting married in their late 20's to early 30's,
so ask yourself, are you the barhopping type? I feel like when 22 was the normal age of a bride barhopping was more fitting, but with more mature brides, they want to sit back, relax and spend time with the girls that matter most in their life. Think simple, easy, relaxing and most of all absolutely NO drama! Hoping to plan the perfect weekend for my favorite lady. Alyssa, I had you in mind for every image above! Can't wait to plan out all the details!
First Image: Unknown Sorry!
Second & Third Images: Utterly Engaged
Fourth Image: Bridal Musings
Fifth Image: Design Sponge
Sixth Image: Bridal Musings
Last Image (Left): Pretty Haute Mess Last Image (Right): Unknown Sorry!