Fall French Country Garden

August 14, 2012

One of my absolute favorite things to do is help brides navigate the overwhelming wedding world during their planning processes. Whether it’s finding just the right vendor, hunting down the perfect bridesmaid dresses, or crafting an inspiration board, it’s definitely my favorite part of being a wedding blogger! This board is for a sweet Virginia bride who I’ve been friends with for years, and I love the “vintage French country garden” concept she has for her fall wedding. She loves deep chocolate brown and bronze colors, with some green thrown in for good measure. Here’s what I came up with for her!

{Chocolate cake: Myrtle and Marjorum via Snippet and Ink| Kraft paper menu: Kate Webber Photography via Snippet and Ink| Crochet and twine wrapped bouquets: Kallima Photography via Wedding Chicks| Tablescape: via Sparkle and Hay | Wooden signs: The Reason via Southern Weddings| Bride and groom chairs: Photography by Leah via Snippet and Ink | Macarons: Michelle Walker Photography via Snippet and Ink| Bridal party: Tec Petaja via Southern Weddings}

The mismatched bridesmaid look can be a little bit intimidating, so to illustrate my idea in her colors better, I pulled together a few dresses that I think would look gorgeous together. Stop by tomorrow to see them!




  1. very impressive! it looks great!

    Comment by Dana — August 14, 2012 @ 8:52 am

  2. Gorgeous, Lisa! I especially love the wreaths on the backs of the chairs and the menu!:)

    Comment by Jillian Nicole — August 14, 2012 @ 11:36 am

  3. This board is simply heavenly! And those shades of chocolate–yum!

    Comment by Lena — August 14, 2012 @ 2:18 pm

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  5. Lisa! This looks fabulous! :) :) :)

    Comment by MacKenzie — August 15, 2012 @ 11:04 am

  6. oh i love it!!! :D

    Comment by Kristen — August 15, 2012 @ 9:28 pm

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