Thursday, June 28, 2012

Irene and Rene: A Red, Baby Pink and Gold Wedding Cord

Get ready for a dash of inspiration. :)

Red and baby pink are two of the most feminine colors. Add gold in the palette and you’ll get an elegant combination. Following this motif, I created a cord made of red glass beads, baby pink crystal beads and gold trinkets. To further personalize the cord, I have added the couple's favorite photo taken during their engagement session. Here’s the unique wedding cord that I customized for them:

 {Personalized and unique! The couple's favorite photo as the cord's centerpiece.}

  {The cord's pendant: A cross with red and pink enamel.}

{The cord's main features: Photo centerpiece and cross pendant}

To view the rest of this cord's photos and our past and present projects, you may visit our project hubs in facebook and multiply. Happy preps, everyone!


Thursday, June 21, 2012

June Inspiration Board: Vintage Travel Wedding

Travel-themed wedding with a vintage twist is one of the most popular wedding themes especially if the couple loves to travel or when travelling made an all important part of their respective love stories. Although it’s fun and cute to conceptualize, vintage travel is one of the most detail-oriented wedding themes to host. If you’re hosting a wedding with this theme, do not forget to infuse popular bits and pieces related to travel and vintage such as airplane, vintage car, passport, postcard, luggage, maps, globe, stamps, vintage font, gowns with simple silhouette, fascinators, chinaware, vintage camera,  and vintage furniture just to name a few. Here’s an inspiration board that I have created from a handful of photos I gathered from a random Google search results:

{June wedding inspiration board: Travel-themed wedding with a vintage twist}

Project Dream Wedding has created a few wedding cords and candle sets inspired from travel and vintage themes. Some of which will be featured in this blog, real soon! :) You can view our past and present projects by going to our project hubs in facebook and multiply. Happy preps, everyone! :)


Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Mhel ♥ Chris: Yellow Wedding Cord

Yellow is one of the most popular wedding colors only because it’s cheerful, optimistic and can easily brighten your day. With this color (and a dash of inspiration and creativity), it’s easy to create a jovial wedding cord such as this cord made of pearls and glass beads with gold trinkets:

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Mia & Aris: Celadon Green and Turquoise Blue Victorian Wedding Cord and Unity Candle Set

Kate Middleton’s marriage to Prince William sparked the Victorian trend with her lacy sleeves, classic long veil and traditional yet modern bridal gown. This royal wedding inspired brides all over the world to stage their own unique, elegant and extravagant wedding.

A Victorian wedding is all about class, grace and refined romantic atmosphere of an exquisite nature – most notably, elegant lace, dainty damask, and passionate roses.

Knowing all these facts, creating the wedding cord that will bind Mia and Aris and the candles that will light their path is as surreal as it can be. I want to make a cord and unity candle set that will blend well with their wedding theme yet memorable and unique. Here’s what I produced:

 The Wedding Cord

Sunday, June 3, 2012

Charisse and Irvin's DIY E-session-inspired Wedding Cord and Candle Set

Like most modern brides, Charisse is very much attached to every bits and pieces of their wedding details. Together with her beau, Irvin, and with the help of some friends and relatives, she painstakingly personalized her bridal bouquet, the awe-inspiring corsages and bouquets for her female entourage as well as the boutonnieres for groomsmen (all of which are made of recycled fabric, lace, buttons, caps and felt cloth) just to name a few. To top it all, Charisse and Irvin held their engagement sessions by themselves – Do-It-Yourself (DIY) style! Cool, isn't it? The bride’s website translates the couple's love for each other and their passion for (vintage and retro) photography and their wedding. Their DIY e-session photos were featured in a number of websites abroad and we're very grateful that Charisse gave us the permission to publish some of these works of love. See for yourselves how amazing these photos are:


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