Norman Rockwell: II

The 2nd in our Norman Rockwell holiday series and just in the "nick" of time to round out the year. Take a sip of eggnog, cozy up by the fire and enjoy another ode' to wedding per classic Americana art.  

Norman Rockwell Picture – American Style Magazine 
Red Shoes – Pintrest 
Vintage Bride and Groom – Wedding Blog 
Place Cards – Meggie Lynne 
Wedding Dress – Olia Zavozina
Red Sash – B Loved Weddings 
Winter Table Decoration – Green Wedding Shoes 
Flower Bouquet – Project Wedding 
Test Tube Storage – Mint Design Blog 
Flower Decoration – Style Me Pretty
Red Wedding Dress – The Runw4y
Hung Roses – Malvina Occasions
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Inspired by Emerald

Hello, Rachel from W*Ink here to take you inside my design studio. So emerald green is Pantone's Color of the Year. This is an incredibly strong color, and it's hard for me not to veer straight into art deco or super prep when I think about it. So I made up this mood board to inspire some new design work featuring the color of the year and the two variations I ended up with. I couldn't decide whether I liked the invite more with a gold lined envelope or with an envelope liner that echoes the pattern on the back of the invite, so I decided to post them both. Look how pretty it is with a soft pastel pink or peach. You'll also notice it works very well as an accent color. A whole lot of emerald can be overwhelming, but adding pops of it here and there is really lovely.

Emerald and White Cake, by The Cake Whisperer, via Ruffled Blog.; Room by Laura Casey Interiors; Bouquet photo by Lisa Lefkowitz, via Style Me Pretty; Emerald
Table Lamp, via; Necklace by Enzo Liverno; Emerald Rings by Ross Simons; Emerald Journals from Jenny Bick; Ridiculously gorgeous dress by Jenny Packham, via 100 Layer Cake Pin It

Color Crush: Oxblood

{Kate Moss, nails,  runway, camera porter chair}

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Perfect Pairing: Stripes & Gold

We came across this beautiful tablescape for a Sarah Seven preview brunch and it was the perfect jumping off point for an invitation idea we'd been mulling for awhile: black and gold stripes with a a small dot of soft mauve. Pair it with a black envelope, gold foil liner and gold or soft pink metallic calligraphy to complete the look. Or, really go luxe and foil stamp the gold stripes. You know how we love foil stamping.

This invitation is available at, starting at $225 for 50 invitations, or $65 as a printable. Foil stamping by custom quote.

Tablescape photo credit: Megan Clouse

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Favorites: Delicates

A spontaneous holiday game of strip Catch Phrase could end in granny panty embarrassment. Good thing we've got you covered with our selection of lounge wear and intimates that are so chic that you'll want to get caught with your clothes off.  Our selection is equally perfect for holiday gift givers, brides or anyone who wants to give their unmentionables center stage.
{Mention this post and receive $25 off your purchase}

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