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Growing Love

I entered the color palette contest over at Style Me Pretty, after seeing the beautiful board put together by SippyCups Are For Chardonney. I thought, what a fun idea! Of course, I decided to enter last night at 10:00 pm, so I was up until 1:30 putting this together. Why do I do this to myself? I just love being creative!!!! I can always sleep tonight! I could do this all day!

My color palette contest submission was inspired by a wedding photo I found online here. I love the richness of this table and I’m a huge fan of black and white with a splash of color. I chose green as that splash because it's such a vibrant color and I feel like it connects me with nature. Green represents growth, nature and good luck. Green is a symbol of fertility and was once the preferred choice of color for a wedding gown. I’m personally trying to live a “greener” life as well, so in honor of that, I present “Growing Love”.

From top left, counterclockwise: Wedding table: Jennifer Skog Photography; Bridesmaid dresses: NextEve.com; Cake photo: Weddings By Liz Reiff Sloan; Groom gift: TheKnot.com; Shoes: Manolo Blahnik; Wedding gown: Leonie Grace (Photo by Sugar Love); Groomsman attire: unknown; Invitation: Wedding Paper Divas

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  1. Found your blog through Clemsongirl (I think). It is so pretty...I just bookmarked you on my favorites!

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  2. love your color palette! and thanks for visiting my blog and commenting! :)

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