Summer Dusk Inspiration Board

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With Summer very quickly coming to a close, today is our last official summer dream palette for 2010.  Okay, I take that back.  Maybe not the last for the year, as who knows what dream palette requests I’ll receive before the year’s end that have to do with midsummer night’s dreams.  However, for now, it’s time to pack up the popsicles and bikinis and start getting ready for cooler mists.

Inspiration: The Beginning and End of Summer

Dream Palette #94: FROM DUSK…

If summer’s eve is not your style and you’re more of an early bird, how about this breathe of morning fresh air to inspire your palette?

Dream Palette #95: …TILL DAWN.

Farewell Summer…it’s been a warm and crazy ride.  I don’t normally look forward to fall, as summer is my favorite season, but this year I’m feeling a little change of heart.


{CREDITS – Board#94: Flower Reception via Thoughtfully Simple; Woman with Flower headpiece by Anthropologie Dec 2007; Beverage photo by Max Wanger; Plastic Reception Venue -unknown; Woman blowing pixie dust photo by Meg Brooke; Sparkler Dessert; Multicolored quilt by Julia Laing; Forget Me Not Flower photo via here; Twilight Bridge photo by Trey Ratcliff}

{CREDITS – Board #95: Barn photo by Lynne Brubaker via The Knot; Hanging vintage postcards photo by Cori Kindred ; Dawn & Grass photo by Siebe Warmoeskerken; Moss Reception table scape by Lauryl Lane (photo by Summerville & Co Photography); Interracial couple via Nordstrom Weddings; Couple with lanterns; Rustic Invitations by Elaine Chernov; Buffet; Couple on bed photo by Adam Barnes; Hanging lanterns reception by Martha Stewart Weddings via Kreative Knack}

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  1. gm photographics

    August 11 at 3:59 pm

    really beautiful feature! thanks for sharing with us!

  2. Karen Carithers

    September 15 at 5:48 pm

    Your features are inspiring. Flowers are beautiful, table settings are magnificent. I love the palette photos, they truly capture the essence. Thank you.

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