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13 Modern Cascading Wedding Bouquets

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Remember Princess Diana's stunning 42-inch long wedding bouquet of roses, white orchids and myrtle?  Well, cascading wedding bouquets are back and beautiful! Today's cascade (or pageant) bouquets feel modern and fresh with peonies and dahlias, blush color palettes and a shorter height. Achieve this look by adding greenery and dangling flowers to the plans for... read more

18 Pretty Ways To Decorate Your Ceremony Aisle

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As elaborate as a carefully manicured floral arrangement and as simple as a mason jar with a few stems, aisle markers add serious style to your ceremony. Flower markers not only help to define the space (perfect if you're working without traditional pews), they also add a fresh ambience to the room.Create a hanging arrangement... read more

12 Places To Use Wedding Wreaths

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Wreaths aren't just for the church doors or the holidays. Wreaths make beautiful additions to reception decor and bridal party style -- and they come in all shapes and sizes. For example, use small herb wreaths as fragrant aisle markers, larger branch-filled wreaths to complement hanging light fixtures, give your flower girls baby's breath crowns, or... read more

10 Pretty Centerpieces (Without A Flower In Sight!)

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Beautiful centerpieces can be yours without a single stem! Get creative with elements that tie together the style and theme of your wedding. (Bonus: You'll likely save some money in the process, too.) Think antler candlesticks for rustic weddings, coral and candles for beachside weddings and stacks of pretty books for vintage weddings. Here are... read more

DIY Paper Flower Centerpieces (from the book Paper to Petal!)

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We're so excited to share a DIY from the beautiful new book Paper To Petal! Design duo and blogger Rebecca Thuss and Patrick Farrell have crafted an entire book's worth of paper flower tutorials with detailed instructions. For an evergreen reception centerpiece that can be adjusted to any wedding's color scheme, follow the steps... read more

10 Rustic Centerpieces With Vegetables

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Mixing vegetables into the florals for your wedding can add just the right dose of farm-to-table charm. Veggies look rustic chic in arrangements with flowers, greens and other accents like feathers or votives. Artichoke and cabbage are popular choices for vegetable-inspired tabletop decor, but there's a veritable farmers market of choices out there. We're loving... read more

Trend Alert! 10 Fern Wedding Ideas

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Ferns are the new succulents. There, I said it! But seriously, lately ferns are all over the wedding scene.  (Think Sean Parker's enchanted forest wedding.) They're not just a great accent but we're also seeing them take center stage in bouquets, centerpieces and even flower crowns and stationery motifs. And, just like succulents, ferns come in... read more

9 Alternatives To The Classic Bridal Bouquet

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As much as we love a beautiful bridal bouquet full of fresh flowers, it can be really fun to reinvent the classics. Here, nine bouquet ideas -- sans flowers. Origami Paper Flower Bouquet From the album: A Nautical Wedding In New Haven, Connecticut Antique Brooch Bouquet From the album: A Romantic Old-World... read more

11 Pretty Updos with Flowers

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Adding a flower to an updo is like topping off your wedding cake -- it adds an extra special something to an already gorgeous look. Tucked into a chignon or clipped to the side of a classic twist, an updo with flowers is a low upkeep high impact bridal hairstyle. These 11 gorgeous brides get... read more

15 Herb Bouquets (And What They Symbolize!)

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Not only do fresh and dried herbs both look and smell amazing, but they also can symbolize just the sentiment you need for your upcoming marriage. During the Victorian era, the herbs a bride carried held serious meaning: lavender stood for luck and devotion, rosemary for remembrance, sage for a long life and thyme for courage.... read more
No matter where you wed, first impressions are essential. A personalized entryway will make your site more welcoming and help guests feel at home almost immediately. If you're having an outdoor wedding, hang leis of orchids or sun-catching glass ornaments on the surrounding trees. For a ballroom, have your florist create an escort card table arrangement with plenty of height so it's the first thing guests see. A rustic affair calls for tons of lanterns lining the pathways.  
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