Feb 3, 2011

Succulents + Gold






When i spotted this shoot on 100 Layer Cake, my heart skipped a beat. You see, succulents and colors of the gilded kind happen to be two of my favoritest things at the moment and I so want need someone to fashion a wedding with these two things. Here's my interpretation of a succulent wedding dripping in gold...























Fun, right? Now run along and make my fantasies a reality. I would so appreciate that. promise.

28 comments:

  1. this is all so gorgeous.
    i'm crazy for those maids dresses.

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  2. This is beautiful! You've kind of got me re-thinking my whole wedding color scheme now :) Thanks for the amazing idea!

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  3. Loving gold right now ;) Well done post!

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  4. i love that last dress! and by love i mean obsessed with and will do anything to get. :)

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  5. talk about some lovely eyecandy on this thursday afternoon!!

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  6. so gorgeous! love these two together - its like an amazing power couple of earthy + glamour. :)

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  7. This is unreal dreamy. Marisa please change your color scheme and let me wear one of those gorgeous dresses...please!

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  8. oooh la la. i have such a weakness for those gorgeous gold tones! can't stop staring at that picture with the back of the girl in the gold dress in the pretty room. heaven to my eyeballs! love this oh so much :)

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  9. Holy Hannah! What a gorgeous set of pickies, That would make such a dreamy wedding!

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  10. Oof! How wonderful! I love gold and succulents as well. Your blog never fails to inspire-thanks for all the great ideas!

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  11. Okay. I know I'm not the only one obsessed...but SERIOUSLY, that last dress. I'm drooling. WHERE CAN I FIND IT? Seriously.

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  12. Um, wow. I think I just died a little. EVERYTHING here is unbelievable. That green couch setee is possibly my new favorite thing on the planet.

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  13. Just beautiful! Thanks for including me in your inspiration. I need that couch in my life!!

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  14. I just love the pairing of succulents and gold. Very intriguing combination!

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  15. Oh my god, that McQueen dress! I had to catch my breath - your choices are all stunning.

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  16. Absolutely love! The combo of the royalty of the shimmering gold and the simplicity of succulents. Just perfect. Great finds.

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  17. I'm sending this link to my engaged friend. This is exactly what she's going for. Beautiful!

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  18. i love succulents... and all this gold, not necessarily my wedding color of choice, but i love these photos.

    do you know where those dresses are from? i've been searching for the perfect metallic sequined dress for a little photography project and keep coming up empty handed or with ugly stripper dresses :-/

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  19. I am in LOVE with this color palette, and I want that couch!!

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  20. please tell me where you found each of those maid dresses. oh pretty, pretty please.

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  21. I'm such a sucker for gold and ivory, these pictures are awesome! I'm searching for ideas for party dresses...I have an engagement party in a few months, and I just don't know what style I want to go with! Gold is always so elegant and gorgeous, but should I go for vintage, classy, wild, elegant, formal...? *sigh, darn all these choices. Thanks so much for the ideas! :D

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