{Steal Worthy Weddings} : Glamorous Garden Affair

Today, I would like to start a new section on this blog called “Steal Worthy Weddings”. Twice a week I would present a magnificent wedding, then I’ll share with you all the gorgeous details that to me are worth to steal. Let’s begin with this glamorous, romantic South Hampton’s affair that is about as swoony as you can get.
And the detail’s worth-to-steal are…
Ribbons on Chairs: Ribbons are having a big wedding moment. This may just be the cutest way to incorporate them into your wedding. (Visit my Ribbon Galore post for more ideas)

The Color Palette: Nothing says romantic elegance than gold and pale pink combined.
The Cake: I'm going bananas over this DREAMY cake…super elegant, yet so unique.
The Ceremony Layout: Semi-circle sitting on wedding ceremonies are really trendy right now. Remember Monaco's royal wedding ceremony? I personally like it, because looks very pretty and it allows you to save a few bucks on flowers and decor.
The Comprehensive Look:

The Shoes: Hot, hot, hot! Nude tones and ruffles are one of the hottest trends out there! So combine both on a pair of wedding shoes and you get perfection. If you're still looking for the perfect pair for your special day, don't forget to visit my Nude Wedding Shoes post to get more inspiration.

Parasols: This is a must-have for an outdoors wedding, specially during summer or spring… functional and oh-so-pretty!
The Centerpieces: If you are going for a classic look, you may like to consider something like this stunning centerpieces.
Something Blue – The Earrings: Looking for a way to incorporate something blue into your outfit? Try blue earrings. They look so chic, don't you think? For more something blue ideas you should stop by my 25 Ways to Something Blue post.
Gold: If you're thinking of including gold into your color palette check out the multiple ways this couple used to incorporate gold into each table: chairs, silverware, cups, chargers, vases and menu.
Adding a Darker Color: If your wedding colors are classic soft shades, you may want to consider adding some details on a darker color. Choose one of your main colors in a brighter tone. This would add a splash of modern feeling to your wedding day. In this case, the bride chose to add details of magenta like the cocktail-hour decor, the bridesmaid dresses, one candle on each table and the ribbons on the chairs.
The Bouquet: I showcased this BEAUTIFUL bouquet on my Peony Bouquets post a few days ago, and it was a total success. Check it out and you'll see the reason why!
Salad Trio: Serving 3 small portions of salads, appetizers or desserts are one of the hottest trends in catering for weddings.

Pink Lemonade: For those weddings that have pale pink as a main color, serving pink lemonade for the cocktail-hour or pre-ceremony refreshment is a must. I love how they created two different shades of pink lemonade for this occasion.

Credits: Photography by Corbin Gurkin | Event Design by Beth Melstetter | Via Style Me Pretty