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Color Palettes Archives - New Orleans Weddings - Reception, Venue & Planning
Nov 062016
 
Aspen, Colorado destination wedding

Photo: Kate Holstein Photography

Your guests will think they've stepped into a winter wedding wonderland (say that three times fast) with this Aspen-inspired wedding color palette. Create a cozy chalet-esque ambiance by layering knits and sheepskins in shades of cream around lounge areas during your cocktail hour and reception, draping them over chair-backs and couch arms. Picking a venue that has a ski-lodge vibe is also key, so look for one with lots of light-colored wood and maybe even a stone fireplace or two (especially if it's actually wintertime!).

Make sure you keep your palette ultra-monochrome (think cool grays, whites, creams, tans) to keep true to that wintery feeling, and to help add interest mix in subtle patterns and pops of copper. Choose a wedding dress full of subtle and textural details, perhaps 3D flowers layered with a delicate lace in the coldest shade of white, and throw on a super thin metallic belt to round out your look. Get fun with your accessories and have your 'maids wear heels with a touch of fur like this Aquazzura pair, or try a hat in a sophisticated neutral like this one from Eugenia Kim.

Aspen Wedding Color Palette

Photo: Pieter Estersohn; Colleen Dyad; Courtesy of Designers; Al Gawlik

Instead of the expected lush white centerpieces of a winter wedding, add to the modern vibe with tall arrangements of blossoming branches, like dogwood or cherry blossoms (hint: ask your florist or event planner if they can rent any faux-branches if these are out of season, there are tons of good-looking fakes out there!). In lieu of a traditional bouquet, buy a bundle of these magnificent 3D printed flowers in all white (we think the poppies are perfect, but the Etsy vendor has lots of options!), and you'll have a beautiful and unique reminder of your wedding forever!

See More: 26 Whimsical Winter Wedding Details

Forget classic white, this marbled cake with copper edges will fit perfectly in your wedding color palette, and same goes for this gorgeous invite from Bliss and Bone — modern and refined — perfect for your Aspen-inspired soiree. At the reception, mix in lots of tapered gray and white candles in varying heights and shades with your branchy arrangements, and have your place cards propped on hexagonal matte holders that fit in perfectly to your monochrome tablescape. Try a signature cocktail of white hot chocolate and peppermint liquor in calligraphed mugs — the mugs will double as favors and your guests will love a cocktail that keeps them warm!

1. Hat, $440, Eugenia Kim; 2. Bracelet, $300, Eddie Borgo; 3. "Montague" invitation, $2,350 for 100 suites, Bliss & Bone 4. Wedding dress, Marchesa; 5. Icelandic poppy 3D-printed flower, $125 for five, Collected Edition; 6. "Pinch" candleholders, $15 each, CB2; 7. Wedding cake, $7 per slice, LoveBirds Sweets; 8. Place-card holders, $24 for six, Esselle available at Food52; Calligraphy, price upon request, Everbe; 9. Shoes, $895, Aquazzura

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Sep 252016
 
Monaco Wedding Color Palette

Photo: Corey Maywalt Photography; Courtesy of The SBM Monte-Carlo Resort; Indigital Images; Courtesy of Designer; Calligraphy by Bernard Maisner

"Welcome to Monaco," you'll be able to greet your guests at your glamorous black-tie wedding. No, not because you'll be jetting off to the French Mediterranean coastline with all of your family and friends to tie the knot. (You do have a wedding budget to mind, in case you've forgotten!) But because of this Monaco-inspired wedding color palette, consisting of the ornate region's deep and dramatic plums and gilded golds. After all, with its luxe nightlife, bustling casinos, and yacht-lined harbor, what bride could resist stealing a beautiful bundle of wedding ideas from über-trendy Monaco? Now this is how the Monaco royalty go glam...

For a black-tie affair like this, even your wedding stationary should be dressed to the nines! Jazz up your invite with a pretty plum hue and fancy gold calligraphy, worthy of a party thrown by Jay Gatsby himself. And if your invitations are that dressed up, your bridesmaids should of course follow suit! Choose an extravagant style for your girls to rock down the aisle. Floor-length is a given and luxe fabrics like silks, sheer tulle, and lace help elevate the elegance.

As for your own bridal style, accessorize your gorgeous gown with grandiose jewels, like these swanky-yet-dainty drop earrings by Capwell + Co. that'll draw everyone's eyes up to your face. And grab a bouquet featuring your color palette's lush purple shades and dramatically dark colors. This bundle of blooms features tree peonies, black hellebores, and lilacs — we're obsessed! The finishing touch of your wedding day look? A pair of shimmery gold bridal heels, comfy enough to wear as you dance the night away with your brand new hubby.

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At the reception, ditch the traditional tiered wedding cake for these trendy little mini-cakes frosted in a modern black hue. And gift your guests a favor that they could start making use of right then and there. These glam playing cards will always remind them of glitzy, casino-brimming Monaco — and of your unforgettable bridal moment, of course!

1. Playing cards, $15, Idea International available at MoMA; Earrings, $69, Capwell + Co.; 3. Dress, price upon request, Reem Acra; 4. Shoes, $480, Freya Rose available at BHLDN; 5. Wedding stationery, $900 for 100, Bernard Maisner Calligraphy & Fine Stationery; 6. Mini-cakes, price upon request, A White Cake by Lauren Bohl White 7. Bouquet, $250, A.P. Bio

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Sep 182016
 
St Barth Wedding Color Palette

Photo: Corey Maywalt Photography; Indigital Images; Lisa Limer; Courtesy of Designer

Oh, St. Barth... It's the stomping — and sunning — grounds of celebrities, models, and your favorite It girls (such as Jessica Alba, Chrissy Teigen, and Bella Hadid), the manifestation of laid-back luxury, and of course, our newest source of wedding inspiration! Along the crystal-blue waters and sandy shores of the French-speaking glitzy Caribbean island lies endless ideas for natural-yet-sophisticated big day details. With a color palette of refined neutrals and chic nautical touches, your wedding will so completely capture the vibe of St. Barth's infamous easy breezy style, you might just have to tell your guests to pack their sunscreen.

Where else but St. Barth can you find couture frocks coupled with sand-covered bare feet? And accomplishing this über-polished, beachy vibe is, well, a day at the beach with these super chic nuptial details. Start by calling your guests to your seaside-inspired escape with crisp wedding stationery, whose tropical palm-tree print is refined thanks to its clean beige neutral hues. Now this is how you do seaside chic...

On the big day, outfit your 'maids in vintage tropical barkcloth inspired prints, but keep the colors monochromatic to sophisticate the luxe look, like the fabulous fabric of this Monse runway-ready maxi dress. As for your own bridal ensemble, couple your wedding dress with a pair of white bridal heels complete with unique, feminine detailing. The pretty, wispy petals adorning these Imagine Vince Camuto pumps are just the chic touch your bridal style needs.

Then at the reception, layer natural materials and a variety of textures along your tables to make creams and taupes look rich, not boring. And finally, drop the curtain on your seaside soirée with a classic white tiered wedding cake, accented with trendy greenery details like crisp succulents, white blooms, and sprigs of seagrass. Can't you just smell the sea salt-tinged air and scrumptious French cuisine from here?

1. Wedding cake, $18.50 per slice, Earth and Sugar; 2. "Tropical Wedding" invitation, $900 for 100, Paper & Type; 3. Blue-printed maxi dress, price upon request, Monse; 4. Shoes, $195, Imagine Vince Camuto; 5. "Hydrating Floral Essence" skincare oil, $89, Tata Harper

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Sep 112016
 
Santorini Wedding Color Palette

Photo: MartinM303; Corey Maywalt Photography; Courtesy of Designer; Indigital Images; Jarvis Devon

Opa! You're engaged! And you're already envisioning your seaside honeymoon — suntanned skin, deep blue waters, salty kisses, and all. But why wait for after the "I do's" to go all coastal cool? This month, we're going Greek and stealing wedding inspiration from Santorini — one of Greek's most idyllic islands sitting in the jewel-toned Aegean sea.

This gorgeous geological gem is ripe with cool blue and punchy pink hues for a wedding color palette fit for a golden goddess of a bride. The vibe? Laid-back island cool. So exchange that updo for beachy waves and start channeling Aphrodite (the goddess of love — it is your wedding day, after all!). It's time to get planning! (You're not really on island time, you know!)

A gorgeous Grecian-inspired wedding starts with a wedding invitation that'll get your guests checking Opa! on that RSVP card as soon as it arrives in the mailbox. We're loving this suite from Bright Room Studio that couples a bold ocean blue with a clean ivory hue, as white as the sand of Santorini's famous shores. Calligraphic script completes the decidedly inviting luxe look.

Dress your gaggle of gorgeous goddesses (your bridesmaids, that is!) in floor-sweeping styles and easy breezy silhouettes that cooly complement the wedding vibe. A vivid print, like the one featured on this straight-off-the-runway Tory Burch frock, helps heat up the Santorini-esque style.

As for your own bridal ensemble, shoulder grazing earrings with geometric sun-burst detailing and a cool blue hue are just the striking-yet-feminine accessory you need for an impactful pop peeking out from your loosely curled locks or beachy braid. And for a fresh spin on the expected open-toe footwear, ditch the sandals for a chic pair of woven white heels, like this terrifically tasseled pair by Imagine Vince Camuto.

Come the reception, serve a traditional Mediterranean meal (three cheers for feta!) on Grecian-inspired blue and white chargers. Then end your beautiful bash with a traditionally tiered white wedding cake crawling with a vine of sugar flowers to channel the punchy pink blooms that grow along Santorini's stunning landscape. What do you say? One more Opa! for the road?

Clockwise from top left: Seating tags, starting at $12 each, Ellen Weldon Design LLC; "Olivia Suite" wedding invitation, price upon request, Bright Room Studio; "Greek Key" plates, $52-$68 for two, The Blush Label; Cake, $16.50 per slice, Earth and Sugar; Earrings, $136, Noir; Shoes, $195, Imagine Vince Camuto; "Haute to Trot" gel nail polish, $12, Essie

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Jul 242016
 
New York City Wedding Color Palette

Photo: Gorman Studio; Courtesy of Vendors; Jessica Schmidt Photography; VogueRunway.com; Getty Images

We heart NY. It's not just a saying on a tourist's t-shirt, it's the truth. What's not to love about this super chic city? Carrie Bradshaw and her Manolo Blahniks called the place home, it never fails to be endlessly exciting, and — oh yeah — New York City also makes for some pretty incredible wedding inspiration. With a built-in color palette of slick shades and an undeniable modernity, consider NYC the perfect Pinterest board for your contemporary, urban-chic nuptials. Just drape your big day in hues of minimalistic white, perpetually-trendy black, and glam gold and you've got yourself an edgy-sophisticated soirée in a New York minute.

Request the presence of your guests with a minimalist wedding invitation, printed on white cardstock featuring clean typography. But like any New York City girl knows, focus on the fashion. Dress your bridesmaids in glitzy sequined dresses in a modern silhouette and carbon black hue. And as far as your bridal beauty look goes, pretty your pout with a red lippie that's both a powerful statement and totally classic. A black-and-white stripped stiletto is a welcome (and unexpected!) alternative to the traditional cream bridal heel. Then, keep the rest of your big day ensemble modernly monochromatic with a white bouquet peppered with gorgeous anemones and haute hellebores. You'll look like the beautiful bridal version of a street style star.

After you and your sweetheart say your "I do's," head to your reception (hopefully in true New York fashion — in a classic yellow cab!), where glided taxi escort cards will direct your guests to their seats.

All New Yorkers will tell you that there's nothing like big city pizza, so put a chic wedding-worthy spin on the snack by offering bite-sized gourmet versions during cocktail hour. And before your guests head off, cut into a minimalist yet still totally pretty wedding cake, adorned with black striping and white sugar blooms. But at what time that'll be, who knows — this is the City That Never Sleeps, after all!

From top left: "Carmin Escarpin" le rouge lipstick, $36, Givenchy; Bouquet, $350, Michael George; Cake, $12 per slice, AK Cake Design; Mini pizza, price upon request, Peter Callahan; Shoes, $275, VC Signature by Vince Camuto; "Ashley and Casey" invitation, $1,500 for 100 suites, East Six

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Jul 172016
 
Paris Wedding Color Palette

Photo: VogueRunway.com; Joseba Sandoval; Courtesy of Retailer; Le Secret D'Audrey; Gorman Studio; Styling by Alex Silva

Paris: The city of lights, love, and endless wedding inspiration. How could we resist stealing a beautiful bundle of wedding ideas from France's über-trendy capital? Couple a color palette of Parisian-chic shades (think pretty pastels, beautiful blushes, and glowing golds) and a few French-themed darling details and you've got yourself a très belle wedding that'll have your guests checking oui, oui! on that RSVP card the moment they pull the invitation out of their mailbox.

So how does one harness the hauteness of one of Europe's top tourist destinations? A classical-chic wedding invitation paints a picture of the French bourgeois bash to come, with it's cool, clean lines and traditional typography.

Next, choose a gorgeous gown full of that je ne sais quoi fit for a walk down the Champs-Élysées — or wedding aisle! A French mademoiselle knows that she doesn't need a complicated or over-the-top silhouette to shine. This Amsale gown is full of enough grace and elegance to make it totally wedding-worthy while still toting that naturally cool, French girl style. Pair it with a bejeweled clutch that's oh so Coco Chanel.

While a venue that totes a backdrop of the Eiffel Tower would be nice (a girl can dream, can't she?), an international address isn't necessary for a reception dripping with a Parisian vibe. Scent your space like a French girl would, with splurgey fragrant candles. (We love the sweet smells that drift from these Voluspa candles.) And as for your tableware, note that layered glass and crystal pieces reflect light, brightening up your table and giving it an old-world feel.

Pull a Marie Antoinette and let your guests eat cake — a pretty, blush-hued confection to be exact! Then, send them off with those famous French Ladurée chocolate bars, wrapped in daintily-colored papers that match your pretty-in-pastle color palette. Not a chance that they'll be shouting "Off with her head!" after that — no matter how big of bridezilla you end up being!

From top left: Mini chocolate bars, $7 each, Ladurée; Clutch, $1,890, Oscar de la Renta available at Zappos; Wedding cake, $9 per slice, Coco Paloma Desserts; Dress, $310, Amsale Bridesmaids; "Elegant Declaration" invitation, starting at $199 for 100 invitations and envelopes, Wedding Paper Divas; Shoes, $1,495, Marchesa available at Moda Operandi; Candles, $20 to $28 each, Voluspa

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Jul 032016
 
London Wedding Color Palette

Photo: Polly Alexandre Weddings; VogueRunway.com; Courtesy of Retailers; Gorman Studio; Ann-Kathrin Koch Photography

After jetting from chic city to city for fashion and bridal weeks around the globe, we couldn't help but get seriously inspired by the far away fabulousness of our decadent destinations. And what better place to incorporate that city-chic inspiration than into your own wedding day?

There's almost no city quite as royal as London, England — it's the country that hosted the Royal Wedding, after all! If you fancy tea and crumpets and are still following the Duchess of Cambridge's every fashion move, this one's for you. No need to figure out how to rent out Buckingham Palace as your wedding venue: With this classic color palette consisting of London's regal jewel tones, you've got yourself a wedding fit for royalty.

"Her royal highness requests your presence..." Invite your guests to your own royal wedding with classic cardstock invitations that tote stunning scrawling calligraphy in a royal blue hue. Dress your ladies-in-waiting in British burgundy colored gowns and complement the luxe look with a pair of statement earrings. Even Pippa Middleton would be jealous!

As for your own wedding-wear, go for some "Something Blue" wedding shoes. A classic pump, like these Badgley Mischka beauties, adorned with a serious helping of sparkly regal jewels always manage to take the crown when it comes to bridal style.

The best ride to the reception? A double-decker bus, obvs. Host your swanky "I do" soirée in an expansive, traditional venue — think high-ceilings, pillars, and marble floors — that totes a castle-esque vibe. And after feeding your guests a royal banquet, treat them to a slice of tiered wedding cake, as tall as the Tower of London, frosted with traditional white buttercream, and garnished with bushels of fruit. After a spot of tea (who needs coffee after that late night, right?), bid your guests Cheerio! and then you're off to the royal bedchambers where you'll dream of the honeymoon to come!

1. Custom wedding invitation, price upon request, Alexa Pulitzer; 2. Earrings, $48, Banana Republic; 3. Bridesmaid dress, price upon request, Hayley Paige Occasions; 4. Shoes, $215, Badgley Mischka; 5. "Arris" teapot, $175, Wedgwood; Wedding cake, $7 per slice, A Simple Cake

See More: Queue Up the Stevie Nicks for This '70s Inspired, Bohemian Wedding Theme

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May 292016
 
Bohemian Wedding Mood Board

Photo: Trunk Archive; John Manno; Dyad Photography; Courtesy of Vendor; Jasmine Jade Photography; Gorman Studio; Courtesy of Designer; Styling by Miako Katoh

Yards of lace and fussy tulle too much for a boho bride like you? Fancy yourself a free spirit? Crave a little color in your summer fête? Well then shake out that bridal updo into loose waves and grab your floppy hat, because the '70s are officially everything in weddings these days.

We're grooving on the decade's easy, breezy aesthetic and put together a beautifully boho wedding theme that'll have Sienna Miller and the Olsen twins raising a champagne coupe to. Drape your room (and yourself!) in gauzy fabric, add flowers in berry shades and jewel tones, and then mix in gold or neutrals for a gorgeously glam party that's romantic, fuss-free, and oh-so-etheral. Ready to wed? It's time to queue up the Stevie Nicks...

First thing's first... Send your guests wedding invitations that totally capture the essence of you and your hubby-to-be's free-spirited hearts. This boho stationary design from Copper Willow features watercolor wildflowers and is tied with a bit of twine and feathers for a textured, detailed finish.

The next thing any boho bride needs is a fresh, flower child dress that's feminine and effortless. A whimsical and modern frock from Bo & Luca is just the thing to shimmy into come the big day. We're obsessed with this dreamy two-piece dress with its ethereal embroidery. Don't forget to grab an organic, overflowing bouquet of lush deep red blooms plucked straight from the garden for your walk down the aisle, you boho princess.

Transform your reception tent into an alfresco fairyland with dozens of fresh flowers hanging overhead. Pro tip: A hanging floral installation doesn't have to be pricey! You can DIY the look with a rainbow of carnations and chrysanthemums.

Choose wedding china as chic and colorful as you. Pair your plates with stunning gold flatware for a little added glitz and glam. And edible flower ice cubes make for an extra-pretty mixed drink!

Toss a wreath of beautiful blooms on your wedding cake (to match the one that's presumably on your head) and then it's time eat, drink, and be married. (And jam out to some "Bohemian Rhapsody," of course!)

See More: The Prettiest Wedding Hairstyles with Flower Crowns

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1. Bouquet, starting at $300, Bourgeon by Amy Febinger; 2. "Bohemian Wildflowers" invitation, $1,450 for 100 suites, Copper Willow Paper Studio; 3. Fourteen karat gold ring with pear-shaped emerald, $920, Jennie Kwon; 4. Wedding cake, $75, Duane Park Patisserie; 5. "Voyage en Ikat" dinnerware, starting at $290, Hermés; 6. "Moon" flatware, $89 for a five-piece place setting, Cutipol available at A+R Store; 7. "Risley" wedding dress, price upon request, Bo & Luca

May 222016
 
Bahia Wedding Color Palette

Photo: Ken Kochey/Trunk Archive; VogueRunway.com; Dyad Photography; Lara Hotz Photography; Gorman Studio; Styling by Miako Katoh

Doesn't a love as colorful as yours deserve a wedding day to match? Come summertime, we get a little obsessed with sunny hues, pops of unexpected color, and bright blooms. Sure, you can serve a pretty-in-hot-pink wedding cake anytime of the year, but when the sun is shining just as brightly as the hue, it somehow makes it all taste just a little bit sweeter. That's why we've officially fallen head over heels in love with this pretty and punchy wedding color palette — inspired by the exotic Bahia, Brazil! — for summer nuptials and destination "I dos." What are you waiting for, summertime brides? How could you say no to a color palette as red hot as your romance?

The stunning Brazilian state of Bahia is the door to jewel-toned cities, cobblestone streets, old-world buildings, heart-pumping festivals, and paradise beaches — perfect for a destination wedding, or just for endless inspiration for tropical-themed hometown celebration We're stealing the romantic region's tropical hues for a wedding theme that's too swoon-worthy to resist.

Summery wedding invitations in bright shades of orange and pink should be the first thing on your to-do list. Your guests will be dreaming of ocean breezes and fabulous fiestas before they even send in their RSVPs.

An easy breezy white dress, adorned with an bold and beautiful pattern is a must for your 'maids to both keep them cool under the summer sun as well as incorporate your Bahia theme into their wedding day wear. When it's your turn to walk down the aisle, grasp a bold bouquet of tropical-hued blooms that'll look as bright and happy as you feel.

As the sun begins to set, dine on boldly patterned and crazy colorful dinnerware and then slice into a wedding cake decorated with even more brilliant blooms for another tropical pop of bold color. Now this is what we call, as they say in Brazil, a festa!

See More: A Fresh and Pretty Wedding Color Palette: White and Mint

Bouquet, $250, Denise Fasanello Flowers; 2. Dress, $265, Parker; 3. DIY escort cards template, available at Confetti Pop; 4. "Bahia" plates, starting at $170 each, Alberto Pinto available at Michael C. Fina; 6. "Esperanza" wedding invitations, $1,600 for 100, Bella Figura

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May 152016
 
Marthas Vineyard Wedding Color Palette

Photo: Dyad Photography; Courtesy of Retailers; Kelly Dillon Photography; Devon Jarvis; VogueRunway.com; Emilie Inc. Photography

Summertime brides, listen up! When planning a beach wedding or seaside soirée, you might come to find that some of the sandy shore wedding décor out there could come off, well, a little cheesy... But have no fear because BRIDES is here and we're stealing some big day inspiration from one of the swankiest nautical towns of all — Martha's Vineyard — for a beachy-inspired big day that's chic and never cliché.

Hop on the (metaphorical) ferry and meet us on Martha's Vineyard, a Massachusetts island just south of Cape Cod. The classic coastal town often plays host to the celebrity set and political elite — the Kennedy clan, the Clintons, and the Obamas have all previously summered in the sleepy seaside town — and boasts enough nautical details and inspiring ideas to make any beachy bride start feeling that summer heat.

Start with a clean and crisp invite to call your wedding guests to the sandy shores — an alfresco seaside wedding locale is just a given, isn't it? Next up is bridal party attire. Dress up your 'maids in easy breezy frocks that sport some pretty preppy stripes. A loose shift silhouette will also keep your girls cool in the summer sun. As for your own wedding day look, opt for a pair of bridal shoes that also tote a similarly nautical vibe. We're obsessing over these Banana Republic pumps.

See More: Beach Wedding Details That Are Anything But Cheesy

As for the big sun-soaked day itself, litter nautical touches in a palette of beachy blue, nautical navy, and a preppy pop of red throughout your ceremony and reception for a wedding undeniably full of seaside charm. Clean white tulip centerpieces are both seasonally thematic and oh-so-modern. And a classic cream-colored cake will help elevate the elegance. Don't forget the favors! Sea salt soap and summer-scented candles will have your wedding guests dreaming of the ocean breeze long after your "I do's."

Now you're ready to celebrate a love that runs as deep as Martha's Vineyard's beautiful blue sea!

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1. "Yountville" wedding invitation, $1,610 for 100, Dauphine Press; 2. Miniature lobster buoys, $2.50 each, Marquis Miniatures; 3. Shoes, $128, Banana Republic; 4. Cake, price upon request, Elegantly Iced; 5. "Amelia" wicker tray, $135, Ralph Lauren Home; 6. "Boat Haus" scented candle, $34, Haus Interior; 7. Tulip centerpiece, $200, Michael George; Soap, $20 for a three piece set, Swedish Dream available on Amazon

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