A Modern Twist on Halloween Traditions

If we told you that Halloween is a great time for a wedding, you might be concerned that you would be surrounded by skeletons and graveyards as you say “I do.” But not to worry, below we’ve provided you with some classy, not-so-spooky ideas for a Halloween themed wedding that won’t scare guests away!


From left to right:

1. Green Wedding Shoes

2. Bella Knitting

3. Front Jewelers

4. Shakin Style

5. The Knot

6. Vera Wang


Bright Lights!

From the menu to the venue, there’s so much to consider on your special day. But not to worry, we’re here to help you make your wedding unique, elegant and memorable! So here’s something to think about when you’re planning that really sets the tone for the day: the lighting. Here are some ideas for both day and evening events!

Halloween is Here!

Let’s take a quick break from weddings for Halloween to talk about other kinds of events that can be madly stylish with a Halloween theme! An example is classroom parties for your kids. Here are just a few ideas to fuel your creativity this season!

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Inspired by Nature

One of the amazing ways to decorate your wedding that is often overlooked is…nature! From the lovely colors in the trees to the grass in a field, nature is there to help make your wedding spectacular, whether it’s indoors or outside. Your natural decorations might be just for photography, or actually a part of the wedding. Whatever you choose, possibilities are endless. Here are some creative ways to incorporate nature into your special day. Click on the image to enlarge it and view all the photos!

collageFrom left to right:

1. Bridal Bar

2. Green Wedding Shoes

3. Centro Garden

4. Italian Country Weddings

5. Style Me Pretty

6. Style Me Pretty

7. James Looker Photography

8. Style Me Pretty

9. Style Me Pretty

10. Etsy

11. Style Me Pretty

12. Something Green Events

13. The Knot

14. Elizabeth Anne Designs

15. Elizabeth Anne Designs

16. Lover.ly

17. Mirelle Carmichael

18. Wedding Window


Autumn Wedding Alternatives!

At Madly Stylish Events, we believe that your style can shine through every last detail of your wedding – even down to your desserts! We love the beautiful traditional wedding cake, but we also love to focus on all the new possibilities that can make your wedding even more uniquely you, especially during the lovely autumn season. Whether you want to help keep your guests warm with apple cider, or provide them with some more diverse dessert options, enjoy these ideas for alternative autumn desserts!

Madly Modern Monday

In line with our mission to create new ways to bring your culture, style and personality to your wedding, this post features madly modern, madly stylish non-white wedding gowns . Don’t worry, you don’t have to include all colors of the rainbow in your dress unless you want to! But here are a few ideas to get you started on your search for the perfect gown that will embody who you are!

Do Away with Tradition for Fall!

The transition from summer to autumn brings beautiful, mild weather and deep, rich colors that create the perfect setting for an outdoor wedding! The various hues of reds, oranges, browns and burgundies provide a gorgeous color scheme for the event. Fall is a time to break away from tradition and include the season in your ceremony and reception. Fun desserts such as mini pies might replace the classic white cake, and you might trade in your strapless gown for an elegant long-sleeved one. Bouquets with darker flowers and invitations with simple and chic designs are also options to consider for an autumn wedding. Enjoy this collage for inspiration and happy planning!


Each row, from left to right:

  1. Amy Osaba Flowers
  2. Amy Osaba Flowers
  3. Amy Osaba Flowers
  4. Andi Mans Photography
  5. Amy Osaba Flowers
  6. Amy Osaba Flowers
  7. Amy Osaba Flowers
  8. Best Photography
  9. Carolina Herrera
  10. Charlotte Geary
  11. Colin Cowie Weddings
  12. Colin Cowie Weddings
  13. Naima DiFranco
  14. NaimaDiFranco
  15. Stevie Ramos Photography
  16. Temperley London
  17. The Sugar Suite
  18. The Westwood
  19. Watters
  20. Weddbook
  21. Wedding Invitations Party

Dazzle in Spring with Blue!

At the beginning of this month, Pantone announced its official color for Spring 2014. This time, it’s Dazzling Blue! According to Pantone, it’s the top color in fashion for women based on the season’s looks at New York Fashion Week. So if you’re planning a spring wedding, take a look at some of these ideas to incorporate this stylish color. And be sure to note the amazing vendors that designed these items!


Earrings: Oscar de la Renta

Shoe: Stuart Weitzman

Blue Bouquet: Shelly Love Creative

Cake: The Ebury Collection

Walkway: Designer Chair Covers

Pair of Shoes: Colin Cowie Weddings

Nails: Essie

Necklace: Etsy

Multicolored Bouquet: Colin Cowie Weddings

Dress: Ozzie Dresses

Makeup: What’s Your Fashion


Floral Friday

Bouquets are usually the most common place to find flowers at a wedding, but we want to explore other ways to use a floral theme on your wedding day. In addition to venue decoration, you can incorporate them into your own look! There are beautiful flowers that grow in gorgeous autumn colors such as burgundy, orange, brown and red. Some of our favorite fall floral arrangements include aster, ranunculus, gerbera and gladioli.

From fascinators to corsages, the possibilities for flowers are endless! Check it out!



Madly Stylish Cultural Creations!

Hi Everyone! I’m Ariana Gainer, the new intern for Madly Stylish Events. In our previous  blog, Wilmara gave me a lovely introduction. I’m thrilled to be a part of the team and I hope you enjoy my first blog!

We’re bringing in the fall season with fun and fashionable developments in the wedding world! If your wedding is multicultural and you’re not sure how to make that creativity and uniqueness shine through in your invitations, take a look at these gorgeous ideas for inspiration!

The first three photos are of an invitation we designed for our October wedding – a Romanian bride and American groom. The colors take into account the style of the wedding venue and incorporate both the bride and the groom’s cultures! Amy of Pillarbox Design helped us design this invitation suite. Also check out the other culturally creative invitations!