Bridal Inspiration Boards #1 ~ Eau de nil and Seafoam Green…

It's clear to see, judging by the responses coming in from the Love My Dress 2010 Reader Survey that readers want to see some inspiration boards on Love My Dress.

This is something I have been thinking about for a while now, and so from here on, every Friday lunch time, I'll be featuring my latest Bridal Inspiration Boards, that I hope will inspire my readers.

I'm going to kick start this new feature with a dedication to the most gorgeous of colours, Eau de Nil – and sea foam green.  I love these calming shades of green, which are peppered about in the form of cushions, cups and wall paint etc all about my little abode.  When I think of this colour in association with a wedding, I think pure elegance, grace and good taste.

I do hope Brides searching for colour inspiration find these helpful – let me know what you think by leaving a comment at the end…

Bridal Inspiration Boards designed by Annabel for the Love My Dress UK Wedding Blog

Eau de Nil and Seafoam Inspiration Board 1

Individual inspiration boards do not focus on a specific look, but simply provide a collection of images  meant to inspire…

Column 1 (From top to bottom)
♥  Bridal Bouquet – Image Credit: Stephanie Williams Photography
  Eau de Nil Frame with gold distressing by Laura Ashley
  Wedding Cupcakes, Image Source
♥  Leaning Tower of Green Pistachio Macarons
  Christian Louboutins, Image Credit: Eliza Claire Photo

Column 2 (From top to bottom)
♥  Cupcake Cases, Image Source TBC
♥  Vintage Seafoam Green Dress worn by Carrie Bradshaw, Image Credit
  Corsage – Image Credit, Holly Doodle Designs
♥  Bella Corsage Pale Green Dress, by Monsoon
  Queen of the Woods – Natural Crown, by Whichgoose

Column 3 (From top to bottom)
  Letterpress Wedding Stationer from the Vintage Range by Artcadia
♥  Eau de nil Lovebird Candle, at the DotComGiftShop
  Wedding dress with light green sash – Image Credit: Stephanie Williams Photography
  Eau De Nil soft taffeta gown with puddle train and co -ordinating tulle bolero
  Davie & Chiyo Clutch Bag

Eau de Nil and Seafoam Inspiration Board 1 

Top Row
  Seaspray Bridal special occasion mini-hat, by Twigs & Honey
♥  Vintage Seafoam Bridal Dress – Image Source

Second row down
  Vintage Headband by Lily Millicent
♥  Mistletoe Light Garland, by Cox & Cox
♥  Wedding Stationery Design from the Botanical Vintage Range, by Emily & Jo

Third row down
  Gorgeous wedding albums by Browns Photography
  Bridal Mini-hat by Twigs & Honey

Fourth row down…
♥  1950's Antique Vintage Harry Keiser Rockabilly Cocktail Dress, by TimelessVixen Vintage
  Bridal Clutch bag Image Source Unknown
  Bespoke vintage necklace, by Magpie Vintage

Eau de Nil and Seafoam Inspiration Board 3

Column 1 (From top to bottom)
  1920's Antique Vintage Flapper Style Cocktail Dress, by TimelessVixen Vintage
♥  The Chloe T-Bar, from the Decadent Collection by Emmy Shoes,
♥  Flapper Bridal Bridesmaid Bonnet Cloche Hat by Flapperdashery on Etsy

Column 2 (From top to bottom)
  Lisbeth Dahl Pagoda
♥  Tiffany Ostrich Feather cape from Monsoon
  Image credit: The Knot

Column 3 (From top to bottom)
  Amnesia Roses by Miss Pickering
♥  Image Source: The Vintage Wedding Dress Company

Eau de Nil and Seafoam Green - Complimentary Colour Chart...

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I will be adding many more Bridal Inspiration Boards to the Love My Dress Wedding Blog from here on every Friday lunch time – do let me know what you think to my first few in the meantime. It's great to get the feedback 🙂

I would like to thank Janey Butler of Sweet Days & Roses for inspiring this feature.

Much love,

Annabel xXx


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Founder of Love My Dress. Passionate Podcaster and Editor. Annabel lives in rural North Yorkshire with her husband and business partner Philip, their two daughters and menagerie of furry hounds. She loves photography, meditation, walking, being outdoors and star gazing. She is fierce when it comes to championing talent within the wedding industry and when she's not working on Love My Dress, she supports her husband Philip in the running of the family's sustainable flower farm and floral design business, Moonwind Flowers. In 2013, she became a published author.