A Shrek-Themed Wedding?!

From Shrek Wedding on The Knot Blog Photographed by: Kandidprints Photography
Well this is something we have never seen before!  For their own wedding, Paul Bellas and Heidi Coxshall dressed as the lead characters from the movie Shrek. The couple's 4-year-old son Leo, dressed as Shrek's Donkey and the couple's guests joined in on the fun by dressing up as other fairytale characters such as Snow... read more

Steal Their Style! 3 Hot Oscar Wedding Gowns

Want a red carpet look for your wedding dress? You came to the right place! Earlier this week we turned our office into a mini-runway and got to sit down with wedding fashion guru Mark Ingram of Mark Ingram Atelier to chat about translating red carpet gowns into bridal. Watch the video below... read more

A Breakfast At Tiffany’s Engagement Brunch

We just love this brilliant idea for an engagement party! A Breakfast At Tiffany's themed brunch, decked out with Tiffany blue decor, ring boxes and ribbon mugs. Elaina Vazquez of Boutique Bites came up with these cool catering ideas and came to visit our office this week to show us more... read more

Inspiration of the Day: A See-Through Cocktail Table

See Through Cocktail Table
For a simple porch lounge at a black and white lounge area held on the porch at this Southern reception venue Tara Guerard, founder of Soiree by Tara Guerard, came up with a genius plan to use the plants that were already at the venue into the decor. By adding a see-through lucite... read more

Evolution of the KitchenAid Mixer

Evolution of the KitchenAid MixerPhoto: FoodFamilyFinds.com
The KitchenAid stand mixer is by-far the single, most-registered-for item. But what makes it so sought-after on everyone's registry list? For one, it's been around since 1919.  Plus, with attachments for every imaginable task including  pasta making, cheese shredding, and sausage stuffing, the KitchenAid mixer is the ultimate kitchen tool. But let's be honest, the... read more

A Rustic-Chic Wedding by Andria Lindquist Photography

Photography:  Andria Lindquist Photography: Andria Lindquist
We wish there was a word in the dictionary to define how much we love this rustic wedding. Kelley & Collin wed in a gorgeous outdoor ceremony in Washington and Andria Lindquist photographed this wedding to perfection -- enjoy! ... read more

5 “Something Blue” Fashion (& Fragrance!) Ideas

Inspired by Mr. Oscar de la Renta's new fragrance Something Blue, we've collected some of our favorite Something Blue elements to add to your wedding day look. Check out some of our favorite ideas below! Signature Scent  This romantic spritz is a concoction of mandarin and linden blossom, bourbon vanilla, and white musk. It's perfect for... read more

A Romantic Vintage Wedding in Atlanta by The Reason Photography

The bride, Heidi Tabor says, "maintaining a theme was simple because it was basically my personality in the form of a wedding." This translated into a romantic, vintage-style celebration filled with warmth for her and her groom's perfect day. The couple used a palette of ivory, taupe, champagne, blush and gold to finish... read more

Anthropologie-Inspired Wedding Ideas!

If Anthropologie is your go to store for your clothes or home decor needs and you've been coveting a BHLDN gown since day one of your engagement, then you'll love these wedding style ideas. Inspired by the brand's funky vintage flare and penchant  for florals we've got ideas for how you can include their... read more

Inspiration of the Day: A Glowing Tabletop

Photo: Patricia LyonsPhoto: Patricia Lyons
For a chic modern wedding at the Newseum in Washington DC Lynn Easton, founder of Easton Events made this table glow! Using simple votive candles, a mirrored table cover, clear cylindrical vases filled with white flowers, created the effect of light emanating from the tabletop. The linearly designed tables also directed the... read more
Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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