it's no secret that i'm obsessed with stars... i mean, look around you - they're all over! i thought it would be a good place to start with the sharing and -hopefully- regular blogging. why the stars, you ask? they're the most romantic thing i know, and they have the power to make a person feel both grand and insignificant at the same time.

years ago, when we were just friends, my husband and i spent a night talking under the stars, about the stars, in the stars (in each others' eyes). that was the night i knew things were about to change between us.  later, when we weren't living in the same city, i'd look to the stars when i felt lonely and know that we were connected. sometimes, we'd talk on the phone, both outside, under the same stars and almost feel like we were together. romantic, i tell you!

but enough about me. without further ado, for your viewing pleasure, i present some glittery, glimmery inspirations:
wishing tree by simply mad weddings * ASHi studio gown via snippet & ink *  stars and capiz globe via ruffled
steven khalil gown via white magazine * starry night cake by countryside baking company via the knot
starry night tablescape via the frosted petticoat * brown-eyed girl dress by upoppy available at glitter & grit
love glitter via style me pretty * one-of-a-kind vivian jewelry set by vintage vixen available at glitter & grit
glitter branches via  the glitter guide * constellation crown by giant dwarf  * guilt mirror by koket
i love the idea of a wishing tree as an alternative to the traditional guest book! guests take an ornament home with them and in its place on the tree, leave the newlyweds a wish or blessing. what other creative alternatives to a guest book have you seen at weddings?


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