For Men | Groom Attire

Traditionally, groom’s attire has been unique to the region or culture of the couple, however many grooms over the last 50 years have often downplayed their attire and opted for a tuxedo or dark suit with a splash of color in a tie.

Today, many grooms are taking to the runway (the aisle) with unique fashions that show guests that their “soon to be” spouse is not the only one with fashion sense.

Here are few examples of ways to add a little color and style to your special day.

Tuesday’s Table | Picnic in the Park

This week’s table is for all those who aren’t afraid to grab a blanket, find a great patch of grass under a hundred year old tree and spend a little time enjoying the outdoors. Picnic inspired weddings and events have recently become more common (pending the weather is just right) complete with pillows, blankets, box lunches, wild flowers, and lemonade…shoes are optional.

Tuesday's Table PICNIC

Tuesday’s Table | Rustic Spanish Summer

Inspired by romantic summer celebrations in the rural countryside of Mexico, this table design pulls together both rustic Spanish elements with classic Mexican traditions like lace, tequila and papel picados.

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| Heavenly BloomSanta Barbara Wedding | Loverly | 100 Layer Cake |

Tuesday’s Table | Watermelon

Hot summer days are here and there’s nothing like sitting outside taking a bite out of some fresh chilled watermelon under the scorching sun. This table will no doubt bring up nostalgic emotions of summers past, reminiscent of a simpler time.

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| Fancy | Pinterest | Revel Blog | One Wed |

Real Love | Jamie & Jonathan

When my husband and I first opened our art gallery, I secretly dreamed of the opportunity to design a wedding amongst the historic brick walls, tall windows and aged wood floors.

Jamie & Jonathan came to me after finding the Loft on yelp.com and knew this space was perfect for them.

We started with simple ceremony in the Loft followed by a unique cocktail hour in the Sculpture Park (across the street) before heading back up to the Loft for dinner and dancing. It was a truly beautiful experience designing a simple tasteful unique wedding for an equally unique couple.

If you are interested in using the Loft for a intimate wedding, photo shoot, small gathering/event or workshop, visit LOFTon2nd.com for more information.

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