Friday Love Song : Joshua Radin – Today

I think this song would be beautiful for your walk down the aisle…it was one of the songs I considered for my processional….
You can listen to Today by Joshua Radin , which was performed after Ellen & Portia’s wedding – while you are there, listen to his other songs also – great lyrics and beautiful voice (I think They Bring Me to You could also be beautiful for your wedding day).

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Works of Art for your Hair

I knew I wanted to wear a flower in my hair for my wedding – I mean, when else can you wear one besides a tropical island? I remember when I was looking for inspiration, I found this shop on etsy with great handmade flower pieces…well, it seems her hair pieces have really taken off since then! Twigs & honey is the hair adornments line by Myra Callan. She incorporates things such as silks, vintage and millinery flowers, beads, tulle, feathers, lace – even extra fabric from your wedding dress! She can create a headband or a flower pin (and some come with detachable bird cage veils!). She also makes boutonnieres and corsages to match. It does take a few months for a custom piece since they are in high demand, so keep that in mind. Her pieces range from $40 and up – very affordable. Check her etsy shop out!

I LOVE that yellow headband!

bridal hair pieces

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A Heart Made of Moss

While surfing around the internet last night, I found this great sculpture on blomsterverkstad. It’s a piece of living art that I think would make a gorgeous addition to your outdoor ceremony – and the best part is you can keep it afterward to remember your special day!The designer even shares how he made this so you can try to re create it.”I made the heart out of steel netting that I filled with straw. I cut the netting in a shape of heart (x2) and then worked with the form with my hands until I was happy. Remember gloves! I used moss for the up-side and wax paper for the down-side. First I tied down the moss with wire and then with pieces of some thicker steel wire bent to U’s, I nailed on the wax paper. The Elderberries and acorns were attached with the same technique.”

Perfect for a rustic outdoor wedding.

moss heart

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