Wednesday, March 19

inspiration for a dreamy mint and baby's breath spring wedding

Mandy Busby Creative via Snippet and Ink | Beca Companioni Photography via Bridal Musings

Spring is almost here, my darlings... even if Mother Nature is clinging to the ice and cold.  I'm dreaming of a spring wedding in pastel hues - mint, pink, and teal, with plenty of baby's breath to make things even sweeter.  Calligraphy, antiques, bunting...

How sweet is the baby's breath in this flower girl's crown and the bridesmaid's bouquet.  Baby's breath is a cost-effective wedding flower that is easy to find at the grocery store or buy wholesale and arrange yourself - and the more you have, the more amazing and magical it looks.

I think a groom in a pastel bow tie says spring, don't you?  
And how perfect is that single rose?

The peonies in these bridesmaids' bouquets give them major 
wow factor against their floaty mint dresses.

Another DIY to love: these doily-trimmed mint paper cones used to trim the aisles.

A spring bride, an outdoor wedding, and the perfect 
strappy sandals in just the right shade of mint...

Antique drawers full of baby's breath are the perfect escort card 
holder for a spring wedding straight out of a dream.

Burnett's Boards | Ara133 Photography on Etsy via Society Bride

Pastel-hued desserts are the perfect finishing touch 
for this classic spring color palette.


  1. I love the book initials! Although part of me hates the idea of cutting up a book to make them.

    1. I love book crafts, as long as they're with Goodwill books that no one wanted so I feel like I'm giving them a new life!