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Bridget Clegg

From: Cleveland, OH Favorite Celebrity Wedding: Jackie O & JFK Veil or No Veil: Flower crown! One Thing I Would Never Leave Home Without: My headphones Piece I look forward to every week: DIY Weddings Follow on Twitter: @bridgetdearie

9 Ways To Make Your Outdoor Wedding Feel Intimate

The major perks of an outdoor wedding include the limitlessly high ceilings at your reception and the naturally beautiful backdrops for your ceremony. The trick is to define that open space into areas that still feel intimate and inviting. A decorated gateway leading to the ceremony seating or twinkling bistro lights over the dinner tables break up the great outdoors into... read more

Make Your Own Cascading Floral Centerpiece (With Kale!)

We promise: Kale is as beautiful in your centerpieces as it is healthy in your salads. Stylist and Tulipina Floral Design owner Kiana Underwood takes us through the steps to making a lush organic centerpiece that would fit in just right at your prewedding parties and reception. See the how-to below and find more photos read more

6 Raunchy Comedy Shows Worthy Of A Bachelorette Party

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Skip the male stripper, but sneak in the raunchy laughs required of a bachelorette party by going to a comedy show geared toward relationships and sex. Once you scan your local event listings for improv or sketch comedy, local theater and touring Broadway or Off-Broadway productions, you'll want to investigate if there are any group deals by checking the... read more

18 Things You Can Use For A Card Box At Your Reception

For your guests who come bearing gifts you'll want to create a pretty spot for them to unload your registry picks and honeyfund checks. A cute card box is a way to add personality to the gift table-- just match it to your reception style by choosing the right type of container.... read more

18 Mother of the Bride Photos Worthy of Happy Tears

You've shared eye rolls over price tags, crazy guests and each other (oh my God Mom, really?), but who else will happily hook 126 tiny buttons on the back of your dress? See how these brides shared a quiet moment on their wedding day with the important women in their lives. From the album: A Traditional Wedding in Baton... read more

7 Bridal Shower Invites We’d Be Psyched To Have In Our Inbox

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While we wouldn't recommend them for your formal wedding invitations, online invites are an easy way to get the message out to your bridal shower invitees. And just to be clear, we're not talking about a boring text email. There are both free and fee-based invitation sites with gorgeous invite designs. Even if you... read more

This Couple Eloped On The Golden Gate Bridge (And The Photos Are Stunning!)

If the gorgeous Golden Gate Bridge ceremony backdrop doesn't wow you, then this couple's hip style and romantic love story will. Arielle Vey's photos below and here capture the meaningful details and intimate moments of the elopement, from the early morning outdoor ceremony to a cozy diner breakfast and photo shoot at the San Francisco's read more

13 Reasons Clothespins Are Killing It At DIY Weddings

Even if you aren't going for total DIY style, there could be a place for the clothespin in your wedding plans. Decorated with glitter and spray paint or left as plain wood, clothespins are the problem-solving connectors answering age-old questions like: How do I display my escort cards? How do I get my... read more

Whoa. This DIY Wedding Day Emergency Kit Is Genius.

This is probably one of the most useful, creative and equally cute wedding day emergency kits we've ever seen. Once you make your no-sew pin cushion lid (for those all-powerful safety pins!) fill a widemouthed mason jar with travel sized versions of toiletries, hotel sewing kits and handy problem solvers like stain wipes. Package it with a read more

16 Wedding Details That Involve Bunnies

We've got three invitees to add to your guest list: Thumper, Peter Rabbit and Mr. Cottontail. With woodland weddings on the rise, it's only natural that the cutest woodland creatures make an appearance too. Here's how to make the bunny motif work as a wedding day accessory, a nature-inspired centerpiece or the best cocktail... read more
The right chairs and chair treatments can transform what was a hodgepodge room into something that's elegant and refined. If it's a black-tie wedding, cover every chair in rich, silk fabric and add a coordinating sash. For a wedding that's outdoors, consider using simple chiavari chairs instead of the plastic folding kind. You can also use your chairs to highlight the season. Pay tribute to the time of year by decorating every one of the chairs with a miniature wreath for a winter wedding, or tie fresh blooms to each of the chair backs if you're having a springtime affair.
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