In the Details: Something Blue and White

>> Monday, November 1, 2010

This Christian Dior dress had me thinking about blue and white china and it's what I'm inspired by this week.

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When you think of blue and white china you may think of a collection you could have seen at your aunt, grandmother or family friends house but I see a lovely wedding theme starting with the dress.

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next create a memorable invitations mirroring the designs found on these pieces of china.

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continue the theme with lovely florals in blue and white

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what better way to use these heirloom pieces than in your wedding day decor at the ceremony

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or at the reception where you can fill vases full of blooms

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of course you can skip the vases and use a variety of blue and white china patterns for your table settings

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and dessert service
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When it comes to blue and white china, it's easy to think vintage but there are so many ways to infuse these lovely pieces into your wedding day and keep it as modern or traditional as you desire.

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{photo credits: christian dior image from dog and bird wedding blog; dress by douglas hannant; invitation from ceci new york; martha stewart weddings; ceremony decor images from beth helmstetter blog and max wanger photography; china from blue and white.com}

6 comments:

The Demoiselle November 1, 2010 at 10:33 AM  

I melt everytime I see that pattern...the way it peeks out from beneath the dress - SPECTACULAR.

online coupons naples November 1, 2010 at 11:48 AM  

Great pictures very entertaining videos, one must watch all these.

People St.Clair November 1, 2010 at 3:44 PM  

Hi the Demoiselle
Agreed. I love this photo and just love this dress it's beautiful.

Chesapeake Chic November 1, 2010 at 5:52 PM  

Wow! I love that dress-- what an amazing idea! Also love the photos you posted for the theme--love love love.

Victoria November 1, 2010 at 7:05 PM  

i loveee that dior gown...what a beautiful 'some thing blue'

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Aurora,  February 16, 2012 at 9:21 PM  

thanks for posting these amazing pictures! I am sooo in love the dior gown! I understand it is a couture runway piece from 2010, would you know if I can order it from the dior boutique?

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