Inspiration: Fall for Mustard and Burgundy!

12 Nov

This board just makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside. The burgundy and mustard coloring of a Bartlett pear is what inspired me for this design. The warm colors work great for fall. This board has a little bit of an indy vibe. I love the birdcage with the candles inside! It would make a great centerpiece or just for decoration on a table with assorted pies/tarts, including pear of course!  It ties into the little birdies on the invite too. I’m also loving the dark burgundy and white flowers.   The wood tones also add to the richness of this look. A venue with wood details would be great!

Invitation by Bella Figura.
Veil by 2 Martins in a Nest.
Change purse by Anthropologie
Squirrel hook by Anthropologie.
Vintage birdcage from Classic Farmhouse.
Shoes by Office UK.

Fall for Mustard and Burgundy!

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2 Responses to “Inspiration: Fall for Mustard and Burgundy!”

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  1. Tree Farm Wedding by Lark Photography > BustMyBudget.com - November 23, 2010

    […] This wedding is beautiful. I too love a yellow and red toned color palette for a fall wedding. Check out this burgundy and mustard inspiration board on my blog: http://idoloveit.com/2010/11/12/fall-for-mustard-and-burgundy/ […]

  2. Tree Farm Wedding by Lark Photography > BustMyBudget.com - December 6, 2010

    […] This marriage is beautiful. we too adore a yellow and red toned tinge palette for a tumble wedding. Check out this burgundy and mustard impulse house on my blog: http://idoloveit.com/2010/11/12/fall-for-mustard-and-burgundy/ […]

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