Destination I Do
Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Inspired Details for Destination Weddings

Words by Jennifer Stein
By Kate Darnell

Today, we're putting together a few inspired ideas for your upcoming destination wedding.

In order to have the wedding of your dreams, you have to have a clear vision, but not necessarily deep pockets. Roses can many times be a lower cost flower compared to Calla Lillis or orchids. Below is a creation by talented floral designer, Anny Heid, which gives a fresh perspective on a traditional wedding bouquet. (Image by Christiaan Phleger)

A loose-fitting up-do is a popular choice for many brides. Add a fresh orchid and voilà! Your look comes together and complements the look of your casual and elegant beach nuptials. Keep in mind that you may want a few extra flowers on hand in case they begin to wilt in the hot temperatures. (Image by L'amour Photography)

For the junior bridesmaids, giving them something that's a little easier to hold on to is a good option. This design is small yet, has the desired impact. Florals by Anny Heid (Image by L'amour Photography)

If you're having a nautical themed wedding, but aren't into the "cliche" nautical look, below is a good compromise. The design is by Dabney Lee.

If you're looking for a modern take on a black & white invite - add a pop of fuchsia! Below is a great Save the Date option from Dabney Lee.

As Save the Date magnets go, this one is fun for those of you who love a cute cartoon. Plus they are very affordable! By PosePrints

If you prefer to send the standard paper invite, they make those too. By PosePrints.

If you have inspired ideas, we'd love for you to share them. Email us at with your favorite new (or old) ideas!

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