Thursday, February 26, 2009

woodsy do-over?

My 6 year anniversary is coming up next week, and I can hardly believe all that has changed in the wedding industry in that time. Wedding blogs were non-existent. Highly detailed weddings seemed to be few and far between. Kate Spade didn't have wedding china and Vera Wang didn't have a stationery line. 

I'm very happy with how our wedding turned out, and the party itself was a blast (albeit, expensive)- but I often wonder how I would re-do my own wedding were I to do it again? We had a bright, citrus-y, Florida wedding, but I'm currently craving a Lena Corwin-esque affair with a forest-y tone and little woodland animals (though this changes at least quarterly). Don't know if that's the best description, but I'm including a couple of images so you see where my head is at. What would you do today if you were getting married again?

Luckily, I'm still in love with the man I married- and that, for sure, I wouldn't change.

Barn and car images from Bride's via Black Eiffel; cookies and brownies via Design Sponge; bird via Anne Wood; coffee filter garland via Creature Comforts.


The Cherry Blog said...

I love these pics - my sis just got engaged and is having a very earthy, woodland wedding and there are so many inspiring ideas its hard to pick! x

swell news said...

I really love the curtains on the barn photo, so pretty!

copperseal said...

maybe in a few decades you can renew your vows and have another fabulous wedding! ;)

loving these pics

Emily said...

I think about this (too) often considering how much I liked my wedding. Still, it would be easy to have lots of amazing & different weddings and if you're gonna daydream it's as good a topic as any : )

If I was doing it today I would get married in Central Park in the fall. A small circle of our nearest & dearest around us. I would have a great dress, bouquet & photgrapher. Other then that - nothing.

From there we would head to a fantastic little party on a rooftop. Lots & lots of pretty details. Then my beloved & I would stay on in NYC for the honeymoon.