June 24, 2010

Happily Ever After

The new Nonpareil went live yesterday and never have we seen such a sweet treat as in the beauty of this editorial! Our very own Anne Sage, stylist extraordinaire and blogging sensation at The City Sage, conceptualized, produced, and styled this gracious wedding.
Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice was the inspiration behind Anne's vision, where she created a sensibility of romance and elegance, with a touch of whimsy.
Teacups and hairpieces like the ones of Austen's time are perfectly suited for today. After all, style is timeless because it always rings true.
A folding screen covered in beautiful butterfly wallpaper makes a sophisticated alternative to the usual cloth backdrop.
Flowers that ring with elegance and effervescence, capture a sense romance and classic beauty.

Head over and give it a peruse, there's more beautiful images and tips to be had!

*captured by Lisa Lefkowitz

14 comments:

SogniSorrisi said...

What a romantic wedding. So many nice elements.

Sally@DivineDistractions said...

Lovely! The flowers took my breath away.

Sarah Klassen said...

VERY VERY pretty! Well done!

SPLENDEROSA said...

Hey precious, thank you for showing us the way...
xx's

Helena - A Diary of Lovely said...

loved it yesterday love it today even more! really pretty!!!

Averill said...

Beautiful! I particularly love the bride's hair and makeup.

Rikke@scandinavianchic.com said...

Wow, that looks soo great!!:)
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Sasha {Everything Fabulous} said...

gorgeous!! thanks for sharing! Hope you are having a fab day!

Pretty Things said...

How absolutely beautiful and romantic and original!

Kristin said...

Wow..I am speechless to all this beauty!!!

xo

Mackenzie {Design Darling} said...

oh my goodness — gorgeousness all around! the place setting is the sweetest. i must read the rest!

Debby said...

Looks gorgeous ~ just subscribed by email & twitter! xo

bridal set said...

Her bridal set is so pretty! I am pretty sure there is a very similar one on Anjolee where you can customize your own bridal jewelry.

KimObert said...

Hi - this is beautiful! Am interested to know the pattern/maker of the pink china.

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