Continue to treat your guests all through the night with a unique and inviting coffee and tea bar!


{Rustic and Quaint}


{English tea-time themed}


{Vintage tea bar}


{Champagne + Donuts + Coffee = The Holy Trinity}


{In lieu of a Groom’s Cake}

Having small snacks or desserts is also adorable. Smores?! Yes please!


{Cake pops and taffy}


{Smores Bar?! YES!}

Try to bring in the elements of your wedding theme to the set up, like these cute ideas!


{Customizes wooden stirrer sticks}


{DIY Coffee sleeves}


{DIY Ombre Sugar Shapes}

Why not incorporate your favors into the concept?!


 {Coffee treats and personalized mugs}


{Customized burlap coffee grounds}


{Personalized kraft pouches}

But let’s be real – you have enough to do already on the big day, so why not bring in the professionals?! Coffee trucks and local roastery pop-up shops are a great and affordable addition! public_espresso

{Public Espresso – Buffalo NY}

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{Pour Coffee Parlor – Rochester NY}

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Although we hate to see summer come to an end, we are super excited for fall! Spring and summer may be known as “wedding season” but fall weddings can be absolutely gorgeous. If you’re attending or planning a fall wedding, here is some inspiration for you!


How seriously adorable are these Adirondack chair cake toppers from MorganTheCreator on Etsy?! This shop has some truly unique cake toppers!


{Wedding Chicks via Amanda Dumouchelle Photography}

Donuts and cider, anyone?!


{The Pumpkin Lades}

LOVE the idea of using a rustic wooden box for your floral centerpieces!


{Rustic Wedding Chic via Alentz Photography}

This rustic set up with mums and pumpkins is the epitome of fall!


{Something Turquoise via Urban Fig Photography}


{Bridal Musings}

Such an adorable idea if any part of your ceremony or reception is outside!


{Capitol Romance via What a Lovely Photo}


{Wedding Bells via Proof Brands}


{Fab You Bliss via Lisa Price Photography}

Switch up your color scheme! Just because you’re having a fall wedding doesn’t mean the colors have to be neutral. Love these dusty blue painted pumpkins!

Are you having a fall wedding?! We’d love to see it! You can submit your real wedding here.

Don’t miss our next bridal show on 10.25.15 at The Hotel Lafayette!

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{Style Me Pretty, Brides of Adelaide, Elegant Wedding Invites, Steel Petal Press, Ruffled Blog via Katrina Louise Photography}

Picking out the color palette for your wedding is no easy task! For some weekly wedding inspiration, we’re showing you a color palette that is timeless and suitable for every season. Blush tones are romantic, simple, and can be as elegant or as casual as you want them to be. Keep scrolling for ways to incorporate blush into your wedding!



{Lydia Maybee Photography}


{City Lights Studio}


{Intimate Weddings via MXM Couture}


LouelleDesign Studio


{Elizabeth Anne Designs via Photography by Vanessa}


{Style Me Pretty}


{Deer Pearl Flowers via For Love Polkadots}

For daily inspiration and to see some of Western New York’s most creative wedding businesses, follow us on Instagram!

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{Robyn Adele Anderson from Postmodern Jukebox photographed by Benjamin Stone}

I handcraft glamorous hats and headpieces and other adornments inspired by styles of the past using lots of original vintage and antique materials, and humanely sourced feathers. I have many offerings in my online Etsy shop, and I delight in adapting these styles to each bride’s particular dreams, as well as in starting from scratch to realize her visions. I also can create matching sets of clips or hairpins for bridesmaids, or similar pieces with variations but the same color palette, customizing the colors however she likes!


I’ve been focusing on designing hats and headpieces professionally for five years, the last 4 of which I’ve been based here in Buffalo. Its been a wonderful place to be!  I especially appreciate that it offers the inspiring influences of nearby abundant nature, as well as gorgeous art deco architecture and, of course, an active, creative community of makers, artists and designers.

I became really excited about designing pieces that blurred the boundaries between theatrical, fantastic costumes and day to day attire after performing as a puppeteer and living statue performer in New Orleans, NYC and San Francisco for over 10 years. I realized I loved the costuming aspect of creating these performances and I’m a big fan of creating more opportunities in our day to day lives for dressing up!  Around the same time, my best friend asked me to create her wedding headpiece. It was so much fun to work with her to make her dream headpiece, and a wonderful way to contribute my energy and love to her special day.

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{Zedrock Photography for Alchemist Magazine}

That was really when owllamode began taking shape, and perhaps is part of why I’m always especially delighted to create pieces for brides, bridesmaids and mothers of the bride or groom. Its such an honor to have my work chosen to be part of this most special of celebrations, and so exciting to help each bride realize her own unique vision!


Through my pieces look delicate and are often made with ephemeral antique materials I take time and care to create them in such a way that they are secretly quite sturdy, and will last to be treasured and worn for many years to come.  I’m very much inspired by vintage styles, especially Victoriana, the 1920s and old hollywood, and it is such a pleasure and an endless source of inspiration to give beautiful scraps from these times a new place in the world, and also to adapt these styles with modern materials, and to modern sensibilities.

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I love using feathers, which can evoke both an othertimely glamour, as well as the natural world. Its important to me, in being inspired by this beautiful plumage, to also honor the creatures they are from, so I take care to source the feathers I use in humane, sustainable ways whenever possible, like using naturally molted feathers gathered from free range pet birds, or feathers from humane, organic farms. I also use lots of vintage or repurposed feathers, in addition to my other vintage and re-purposed materials.

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{Zedrock Photography for Alchemist Magazine}

I offer pieces in a variety of price ranges, from $20 for a simple hairpin to $250 for a custom elaborate and ornate hand beaded headdress. I am pleased to offer a 10% discount on orders of 3 or more pieces.

You can find my work on Etsy, and follow me on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest for sneak peeks and special offers! I can not resist posting pictures of my charming feline assistants Lily and Iris from time to time, as well….

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When it comes to wedding day apparel, most of your attention goes towards the dress, accessories and what your bridesmaids will be wearing. But don’t forget about your groom! After the suits, ties and shoes are decided on, the boutonniere adds a classy touch to every outfit. Whether you want it to perfectly match your bouquet or you want a non-traditional boutonniere, pick something that will add a pop of style to your groom’s look! Here are some of our favorites from Pinterest below!


{One Fab Day via Give Us a Goo Photography}

Lavender sprigs add a touch of color and smell amazing!


{Colin Cowie Weddings}

Simple and beautiful baby’s breath.


{BuzzFeed via Brides of Adelaide Magazine}

A pinecone is so perfect for a winter wedding!


{The Melideos}


{Brides via Cappy Hotchkiss Photography}

Keep it simple with succulents.


{Colin Cowie Weddings}

Love the idea of using a wine bottle cork to anchor the boutonniere! Perfect for a vineyard wedding.


{Huffington Post via Shelter-Co.}

Let the boutonniere stand out by making each one original!


{Ruffled via Joleen Willis}

These may be the most unique boutonnieres we’ve ever seen!


{Whimsical Wonderland Weddings via Kristina Lynn Photography}

Add a little height with some feathers!

From feathers to pinecones,there are many ways you can create a unique, stand-out boutonniere! What do you plan on using for your boutonnieres?!

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