A Swoon-Worthy Summer: 10 Favorite Wedding Details

Goodbye Summer! This past weekend was the official end of summer, bringing a season of fabulous weddings to an end. With every wedding season, it brings more and more creative brides, designers and photographers to the spotlight. This summer was no exception, complete with a full mix of dreamy, romantic, whimsical and bold elements. I’m looking forward to seeing all of the beautiful fall weddings with its deep, rich colors, but before we officially welcome fall, let’s say goodbye to summer with some of my favorite wedding details from this past season’s weddings.

What were your summer favorites? Comment or send me your top summer wedding themes or decorative details.

1. Sequins table linens. My Favorite is this gold and cream chevron runner:

{photo by Brandon Kidd}

2. Fun and modern cake designs. These look to good too eat:

{photo by Theo Milo Photography via Style Me Pretty}

3. An indoor “under the stars” wedding with paper star garlands:

paper stars garland{photo by First Mate Photography}

4. Short or tea length wedding dresses with an adorable pair of colorful shoes:

tea length wedding dress{photo by Elisabeth Carol Photography}

5. Gold Color Schemes. Whether gold is paired with black, cream, mint, peach or blush colors, it makes the perfect accent color.

{photo by Alli McWhinney Photography via Style Me Pretty}

{photo by AK Studio & Design via Wedding Chicks}

6. Handmade vintage-inspired wedding programs:

vintage-inspired wedding programs {photos by Dani Stephenson Photography}

7. Pretty ruffles. For a romantic summer wedding, ruffled details are perfect for dresses, table linens, backdrops and even in wedding cakes:

{cake by Wendy McClendon, photo by Brian Thomas Clay Photography via The Cake Blog}

8. Bouquets and centerpieces with peonies, succulents or anemones.

{photos by Captured by Aimee via Style Me Pretty}

9. Cute navy and white striped nautical weddings:

{photo by Emily Delamater Photography via 100 Layer Cake}

10. Balloon tassels. I love them in wedding portraits…so dreamy:

{photo by Fondly Forever Photography}

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8 Responses to A Swoon-Worthy Summer: 10 Favorite Wedding Details

  1. Kira says:

    I loved all of those things about summer weddings too!! I also loved all of the cute, creative cake stands that people were using for dessert buffets. I found the best website for vintage cake stands! You should check it out: http://roxyheartvintage.com/vmchk/Pedestal-Cake-Stands/View-all-products/

  2. Rachel says:

    I love this. I am considering making my officiant a matching boutonniere as well.

  3. Phong Luc says:

    I love it very much, so beautiful. Thank you very much for your sharing.!

  4. Wow this is really very beautiful I love and I am have some Centerpieces Melbourne which is help you to find your own design.

    Thank You

  5. I Love Your blog this is Looks nice i love to read your type blog.

    Thank you for post.

  6. Poonam says:

    Hi Dear,
    First of all I want to give you so many compliments. Your article is too good, blog is well designed and images are awesome.

    I just love you put the start decoration image and another one is Balloon in bride and groom hand.

    Coming to your article the content is very small but very attractive. In this monsoon wedding has it’s own enjoyment. I just faith to god that when I would marry hope would be romantic monsoon.

    Thanks for such a nice blog

  7. What a lovely wedding! The bride is so beautiful and her bouquet is too!

  8. it’s a tie between the stars and the cake as my fave! swoon worthy for sure

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