wedding style & when to shut your eyes

There's one serious pitfall of being a modern bride: the internet is endless. Wedding blogs & Pinterest boards abound & if you drink in too much of everything you'll only be swimming with various versions of your day & likely overwhelmed. The advice I give my bride clients? Narrow your theme, find your people & stick with 'em. Find the sites that speak to the aesthetic of your day & unsubscribe from those that don't. Here's a few of my favs depending on how you see your wedding celebration:

The Modern Bride: Sleek lines, strong colors, chic spaces, contemporary details & a day that feels like ...

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Patrick + Sherri // The Origami SDE from Threaded Films on Vimeo.

... Modern brides should check out Brooklyn Bride {images}, Platinum Weddings {video) & Asile Candy.

The Classic Bride: Timeless elegance, romance, bow ties, grandmother's etiquette & a day that feels like ...

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Lowndes Grove Plantation, Charleston // Ashley & Anthony Highlights from Elysium Productions on Vimeo.

... Classic brides should check out Southern Weddings {photos & video}, Snippet & Ink & Style Me Pretty.

The Vintage Bride: Antique furniture, DIY tabletop, suspenders, cheeky touches & a day that feels like ...

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Casey + Brandon from Fancy Rhino on Vimeo.

... Vintage brides should check out Ruffled {images}, Green Wedding Shoes {video} & 100 Layer Cake.

 Don't see yourself as just one? Don't panic. The issue comes if you're feeling a touch of Jekyll & Hyde. In which case you need to make a choice & then swim in that ocean of inspired images only. Picture Tim Gunn telling you to edit some of your accessories & you'll be on your way to a cohesive wedding theme. Need help? You know where to find me.

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