April Showers Bring May Flowers


Hello Honeys!

With everything blooming so beautifully this month, we wanted to share with you some bouquets that we're loving right now:
tulips, lamb's ear, roses. via 100layercake
cabbage roses, ranunculus, billy balls, poppy pods and dusty miller. via stylemepretty



white and peach cabbage roses, pale pink spray roses, dusty miller, and soft pink dahlia.
via 100layercake
bright lush peonies and thistles. via greenweddingshoes
roses and wispy grass. via stylemepretty

dahlias, spray roses, dusty miller, gray brunia berries, and hydrangea.
via marthastewartweddings

yellow and peach ranunculus bouquet. via 100layercake


Wedding Table Decoration Ideas - The Lab Event

Hi honeys! We've missed you! It's been a while since we've posted but we're back from the wonderful Holidays and ready to rumble into 2013.

We couldn't be more excited to be planning for many beautiful couples this year! To get inspired, we attended The Lab in Sonoma this past weekend. What a wonderful event! If you are a bride-to-be (or soon bride-to-be!) you should definitely plan to check it out next year.

Here are some wonderful wedding table decorations to feast your eyes on!






Happy Honey & Twine Tuesday!
- Hannah

Hanging Flower Decorations

Fall is upon us, and as leaves start to flutter down, one can't help but think of romance. There's something magical about beauty above us, so when thinking about your wedding centerpieces, think above the table as well as (or instead of) on the table. Here are a few examples of beautiful hanging floral centerpieces:












We know that letting your imagination soar is always fun, but not everyone has the budget to do large hanging centerpieces throughout the venue. If you'd like a scaled down version, consider using a hanging centerpiece to draw attention to one specific area, like the sweetheart table or cake table. 

Happy Planning!

*Photos courtesy of Ruffled, Style Me Pretty, Doltone House, Sullivan Owen, and Belle the Magazine