This is possibly the girliest post I’ve ever posted, but here we go. It’s wedding season and all of my many pending-nuptial girlfriends are obsessed with peonies in all of their ephemeral delicate goodness. So of course, I couldn’t resist finding some bouquet inspirations of my own. Here are four of my personal favorites. Flowers have always been a symbol of love and what better way to show your girlfriends you love them then help them create the most important bushels of flowers they will ever carry. Hopefully these can inspire all of you.
I am a stats junkie and found a simply $inful stat from 2011 in the Harvard Business Review This stat states that people who cohabit-live with one anther before their eternal vows-then get married, end up amassing a fortune double those who never cohabitated. Hmmm maybe those Kardashians are on to something.
Vintage line, Imitation of Christ, was full of surprises and whimsy this week. Head Designer, Tara Subkoff, was one of the most fashion forward wedding planners in her flowing pastel frock. The Union Square W was transformed into a garden wedding fit for a British heiress. The bride Lydia Hearst was simple a gorgeous while hubby Miles, eeh who cares, was in a tailored vintage suit. The show began, to everyone’s amazement, with the unexpected nuptials and continued with the models walking two by two in a recessional. The show was filled with lace bias cut dresses, pasted petals, and flapper era silhouettes. The show was cute but a little Grey Gardens for my taste. The jury is still out on wether the marriage was real, who cares it was magical. Thanx to the New York Observer for tracking down the happy couple.