Vintage Kate Spade advertisement found here
This week in Study Hall:
How fantastic would it be to do an editorial (bridal) spread with Rodney Smith? His work is so dramatic and fun at the same time. Remember this post?
Rodney Smith photo found here
I have always loved the look of wheat grass for simple and modern weddings and I think the scalloped heart-shaped place cards above are a perfect fit with the textured grass. They'd be especially adorable for a Valentine's Day wedding! Check out more inspiration from this wedding here.
Linda Evangelista for Barney's campaign found here
The hair. The make-up. The lashes. The pearls. I think she looks so spectacularly vintage bridal.
Melissa (from The Inspired Room)'s daughter just got married at their gorgeous family beach house and she's sharing some of the details on her blog, like the super-cute candy bar shown above. Make sure you hop over for all the fun details!
While nothing new, the label on the bright-red envelope really struck me as a brilliant idea. I love the contrast in color it creates as well as the beautiful and quirky calligraphy that matches. Also, if you're addressing them yourself and mess up, at least it's just a label and not the entire envelope! I wish I would have seen this before finishing our invitations! Maybe I'll incorporate the idea for our Christmas cards!
The monogram above is a tiny sneak peek to our wedding programs I've been diligently working on. :o)
I'd also like to let you all know about a blog I've been reading for a bit now - we met in a bar. It's a fun and well-designed blog that always has lots of eye candy and great ideas. And I wanted to thank the author (sorry, I don't know your name!) for choosing Classic Bride for a kick-a$$ blogger award! So sweet. Thank you.
Any ideas for the next installment of Study Hall? Send them my way!