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A Spring Dogwood Branch Centerpiece

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This is the quintessential spring centerpiece. It's not just that Brooklyn-based florist Liza Lubell used spring colors like yellows, purples and greens, it's all about the flower types she chose. Fresh dogwood branches, hellebore, ranunculus, lilac, spirea branches, and parrot tulips are all the flowers the make this floral centerpiece true to the season. read more

Hanging Ceremony Flowers

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Mindy Weiss just has a way of creating fairy-tale wedding designs and this is one of them. Mindy and team brought the outdoors in by hanging flower-laden vines from a chic all-white ceiling. Lining the ceremony aisle with even more lush white blooms created an all-around garden effect. Follow Mindy @MindyWeissread more

A Fresh Flower Wedding Crown

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Elizabeth Messina never ceases to surprise and delight us with her incredibly romantic wedding photos. And this one so beautifully captures the fresh flower wreath trend we're seeing all over the wedspiration world. Want to create your own flower crown to pair with your veil? Check out our step-by-step DIY flower crown... read more

A Water Garden Centerpiece

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"A tablescape that highlights fresh blooms in a water garden, is not only elegant, but a lovely way to bring layers to an intimate setting," says celebrity event planner Preston Bailey. A low rectangular plexiglass container filled with water, flowers, and candles add an element of surprise to an otherwise simple and... read more

A Tropical Centerpiece

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Liza Lubell, founder of Brooklyn-based Peartree Flowers created this stunning tropical centerpiece while on location for a wedding in Maui. For this lush island look Liza combined local Hawaiian flowers with familiar flowers like ranunculuses and garden roses, while indigenous plants like the unique orange cone-shaped ginger and... read more

A Tissue Paper Flower Centerpiece

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Remember those oversized fabric rosettes we featured a few weeks ago? Well, Preston Bailey -- the king of dramatic focal points -- does it again with this stunning centerpiece entirely out of tissue paper and yarn. The oversized flowers add an Alice in Wonderland vibe to a bright and vibrant reception. This centerpiece pairs perfectly with an over-the-top,... read more

Inspiration of the Day: Lemon Accents

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Nothing says summer and sunshine quite like lemons, and Todd Fiscus, founder of Todd Events included plenty in these sunny yellow floral designs for an outdoor rehearsal dinner. The lemons hung at the base of the hydrangea and rose cluster with more lemons scattered about the base along with pear-shaped statuary... read more

Inspiration of the Day: A Burgundy Forsythia Bouquet

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For this brilliant burgundy bouquet Liza Lubell, founder of Peartree Flowers turned to her mother's garden. In it she she found forsythia, a common garden leafy bush that's not often found in a bridal bouquet. "The speckled forsythia brought out the richer burgundy and red tones in the flowers," says Liza. Liza... read more

Inspiration of the Day: Ribbon-Tied Corsages

Ribbon-tied CorsagesPhoto: Liza Lubell
These aren't your cheesy prom corsages! Instead of the standard elastic, Liza Lubell, founder of Brooklyn-based Peartree Flowers used a cream colored silk ribbon to secure these pretty flower corsages to the wrist. Typically worn by the mothers and grandmothers of the bride and groom (as well as other guests of honor like ushers),... read more

Inspiration of the Day: A Hint of Feathers Bouquet

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Feathers add a whimsical touch to a floral arrangement, and for this bride feathers had even greater significance because after her wedding she would adopt the last name, Bird. For this winter wedding, Barb Salzman of Hatch Creative Studio walked the line between creating a bouquet that looked too springy, while also avoiding the... read more
Accept that you might not actually be able to press pause on the compulsive wedding chatter. Hey, you're excited, and that's cool! But expecting one or two people to listen to all of it? Too much. Share the love. Spread the obsessing out over a wider circle of friends (that's what cubemates are for, right?) and space it out, so you can spare them all, including your fiance, from bride (that would be you) burnout.
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