Wednesday, February 16, 2011

destination inspiration....the isle of Capri!

inspiration created by jubilee events

I love to travel!  Whenever I travel I am inspired- by the architecture, landscape, artwork and of course local fashion trends!  We decided to create a Destinations Wedding event that will inspire our brides with some amazing destination locations.  

 We hope that you have saved the date for March 20th, 2011. Be on the look out for a formal invitation in your inbox! If you did not receive our save the date email, be sure to get on the exclusive invitation list by emailing our event co-creator, Jubilee Events at

Our event is going to explore some of the most beautiful and romantic destinations for your wedding. Even if you are or not you are able to travel to these romantic destinations for your wedding, we hope that they will inspire you for your wedding at home.

Leading up to the event, each week we will be featuring ideas and content for your destination inspired wedding– at home or abroad!  This week, we’re featuring the island of Capri located on the Almalfi Coast in Italy.   With it’s turquoise coast line, rich Italian food, rocky cliffs, windy streets, gorgeous boats, local artisans and diverse history it is an amazing location for a destination wedding! We can’t wait to share with you our mini Capri-inspired wedding at our
Destination Weddings Event
, but in the mean time, enjoy our inspiration board designed by the lovely and talented Candice Coppola of Jubilee Events.

In her words, " Purely romantic, carefree and colorful, our board was inspired by the natural landscape of Capri– the interesting colors and textures– along with the dreamy ocean views. You don’t have to be in Capri to evoke the ambiance and atmosphere there– bring in this color palette along with diverse patterns, smooth finishes and rough textures. Build a menu around regional Almalfi Coast dishes, robust with fishes, lemon (!), handmade pasta, cheeses, and fresh local vegetables. And of course, wine! Be inspired by their beautiful architecture with its greco-roman curved arches, stucco finishes and tiled floors. Think about the narrow windy streets, fresh food markets, local textile artisans, little piazza’s and houses built into the cliff side."

xoxo, TWD 

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