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A Courtyard Cocktail Bar

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This cocktail bar is a refreshing as an ice cold drink! Despite the casual, outdoor for a daytime cocktail hour, Todd Fiscus added elegance to the open space with a custom custom bar accented with a petal covered focal point and tons of purple and blue hydrangeas. Just add a bartender and this chic bar... read more

A Bright Red Amaryllis Centerpiece

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I've fallen for this bright fall centerpiece with the season's brightest blooms. Liza Lubell, founder of Brooklyn-based Peartree Flowers, gave the usual red and orange fall color palette a serious update with bright reds and berries. By incorporating fresh flowers like amaryllis, jasmine vine, tulips, ranunculuses, gladiola and carnations and spreading out these large... read more

A Monogrammed Dance Floor

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It's inevitable, your guests are going to be dying to hit the dance floor once they hear the awesome DJ or band you picked, so it makes perfect sense to put your personal mark on this detail. This couples' oversized "JJ" monogram added a final custom touch to an already stunning lounge (plus, imagine the... read more

A Flower Wreath For Your Wedding Dog

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Is this not the cutest mutt of honor you've ever seen? Okay, once you've gotten over the shock of how cute this puppy is (not possible!), check out the pretty romantic floral wreath made up of hydrangeas, roses and daisies, wrapped around her collar. What a fun way to honor your pup! read more

A Hanging Rose Escort Card Display

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One way to make sure that red roses look anything but traditional? Hang them from the ceiling! Celebrity wedding planner Mindy Weiss did just that for a dramatic escort card display. Dozens of red roses hung upside down and inside floating, geometric vases make for a unique and surreal look. Follow... read more

Cloche Veils With Gatsby Glamour (Trend Alert!)

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I can't wait to see all of the over-the-top Art Deco-inspired fashion from the new Great Gatsby film opening this spring. Ready to channel your inner Daisy Buchanan with accessories inspired by the glamorous 1920s? Try a cloche veil. These delicate lacy veil alternatives add an unexpected feminine touch to even the simplest sheath wedding... read more

Golden Velour Draped Reception Chairs

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These ultra luxe velour chairs literally stole the show at this reception planned by celebrity designer Yifat Oren. To pull off the  Hollywood glamour and made this reception truly red-carpet ready, she added Art Deco-inspired mirrored tables and simple all white centerpieces.   Follow Yifat @yifatoren75+ ideas... read more

A Bright Orange Lounge

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It isn't just the clean lines and bright orange accents that makes this lounge stand out, but how the chic furniture contrasts with the setting of this historic venue (a winery in California). The juxtaposition of old-venue-meets-chic-decor makes this lounge all the more stunning, especially in the way that event designer Alison Hotchkiss... read more

Dramatic Red Draping

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I've seen a lot of beautiful reception rooms draped in gauzy white fabric, but swap the fabric color to something darker like red, and you get an incredibly intimate and dramatic effect. Celebrity wedding planner Preston Bailey took it a few steps further with flower-accented lanterns, soft lighting and textured red table linens. > Follow... read more

A Garland-Topped Tent

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Wedding garland is one of my favorite ways to take a space from simple to over-the-top. So for serious impact, Todd Fiscus outlined the top of this clear top tent with lush green leafy garland. The look was utterly romantic -- in that secret-garden-meets-black-tie wedding kind of way. What could be more enchanting? ... 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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