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OOTD: Bright Colors & Summer Solstice Wedding

photo2On Saturday, I went to a beautiful outdoor wedding in Warwick, NY. Everything from the appetizers to the creative table settings were well thought out! It was a day filled with more love and happiness than anyone can hope for on their wedding day. The wedding was truly was the perfect way start to summer.

Getting ready for a summer wedding can always be a little tricky! There is that line between being overdressed or too causal (especially when the reception is outdoors). I chose to wear a bright yellow fit and flair dress with silver wedges (heel plus grass equals ruined heels and/or potential falls). I added an extra pop of color with my bright blue statement necklace.

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Never too old to love sparklers ♥

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My dapper Daddy & I

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The beautiful love that was displayed on Saturday afternoon was timeless. Congratulations to Leya and Danai Graham! I wish you endless years of happiness and love.

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Happy Summer fashionistas!

 xoxo Lex Loves Couture

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1 Comment on OOTD: Bright Colors & Summer Solstice Wedding

  1. lookbeyondbeauty // June 25, 2014 at 4:01 pm // Reply

    Such a fun & chic look! 🙂
    I would love it if you would check out my blog & follow if you like it! 🙂

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