Global Holiday Inspiration Ideas

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Merry Christmas to all who celebrate this holiday, and happy Fri-Style Friday.

I’ve recently become completely enamored by all the holiday decorations and ideas out there in print and on the web.  For the worldly bride and style savvy dresser who’s not afraid to go bold, here are some fun ways to let the colors of holiday decor inspire your look (and vice versa)…because inspiration comes in all colors.

(Above: All Images ©.  Left photo from Canadian House and Home via House of Turquoise; Center photo by Gilles-Marie Zimmermann; Right photo by A Life in Focus Photography via here)

(Above: All Images ©. Pink Christmas Tree by Kimberly Taylor; Model via BHF Magazine; Ornaments and Wreaths via Enchanted Rose Studio)

(Above: All Images ©. Banquet by Living Etc via Alkemie; Model and Horse by SOTA Photography via  Over Exposed)

(Above: All Images ©. Ornaments via Latest Homes Magazine; Pine Cones via Wishpot Wedding Blog; Traditional Korean Attire by Andre Kim)

(Above: All Images ©. Table Setting by Sweet Paul via Luphia Loves; Top Right; Bottom Left; Christmas Tree photo by Terry Gruber & Jeremy Saladyga via Brides)

Wedding Tradition Idea – Albanian/Serbian/Kosova.

As you know, I’m always on the hunt for new ideas for wedding practices around the globe.  I recently found a practice that’s ripe with so many possibilities.  In eastern Europe, Kosovar Bosnian brides will sometimes get their faces elaborately painted (see image above), in very intricate and beautiful designs.  This tradition is done on the bride’s wedding day to ward off bad luck from her pending marriage.  (Source).

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2 Comments

  1. Courtney

    December 27 at 8:20 pm

    All of these photos and colors are gorgeous! I hope that you had a wonderful Christmas and have a Happy New Year!

  2. Coretta of Coretta's Elegant Events

    December 28 at 1:04 am

    wow, just wow.

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