I dropped by Anthropologie two nights in a row last week, and while my wallet is pissed off, my hypothalamus is giving me a head massage. It was exhilarating, like shopping so often is – especially since I never go shopping anymore (NO TIME). I was like a squirrel but with clothes, storing up for the long, warm summer. Pretty much everything that caught my eye went into my dressing room. While in there, I happened to overhear a salesgirl kvetching to her coworker; “I can’t STAND IT when these people come IN HERE and pick up EVERYTHING IN THE STORE LIKE ANIMALS. UGGGGHHH!” For reasons not worth explaining, I know she wasn’t talking about me, but I also know she didn’t know I was in there, hence the uncensored and highly inappropriate discourse. (I’m really stealth when I try on clothes. You can hardly hear me. Which means I’ve overheard a lot of conversations over time. Let me tell you, what girls discuss in dressing rooms when they think no one is listening… it’s everything you ever thought it would be.)
Anywho – I bought way too much, but it’s all FABULOUS so I’m pouring over my finds to see if I can part with any of them. So far, no dice. I love them all very much. So much, in fact, that I’m bringing you a wedding from the brilliant duo over at SimplyBloom that has Anthro touches in it! Because I’m obsessed, you see. Because I’m obsessed.
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Ok, first, I HAVE to share with you a handful of gumballiscious engagement shots – same couple, different day of course. I am dying over these. How much better is eye candy when it’s actual candy?
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And now, ladies and germs… feast your eyes on this. It is one of the most lovely, romantic and smartly decorated affairs I have seen in my lifetime. As I like to say starting today: delightful little details and a simple, calm color palette make for the dreamiest weddings around. :)
Ok, you know how much I love twine. And cupcake wrappers are never, ever a bad thing. Well, twine mated with cupcake wrappers at the hand of Stacey, the bride, to make what you see above and below. THAT’S THEIR CEREMONY ARCH! Be still my heart.
Check out the Anthro touches; charming rustic frames and candles, all part of the ceremony decor!
Here’s the bride on the arm of her brother! This shot is a favorite of mine; how I love precious family moments. :)
Now, look at these reception details, people. I hope you’re sitting down. Make sure your boss is either cool or isn’t around, because you might want to stare like an idiot at these shots for a while:
See that darling cake? It was baked by Chris’ sister. Now THAT is what I call a sibling. Chris’ sister, you are the coolest. You’re also a cake-baking maven; that thing looks phenomenal!
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I’d love to hear what you think of this DIY wedding! Any details in particular that you’re coveting? That cake has got me hook, line and sinker. So cute!