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Elegantly Calligraphed Invitations

Jose Villa Photo // Featured: The KnotJose Villa Photo
The calligraphy on this invitation suite is downright fabulous (not to mention timeless!) on simple white cards and envelopes. The ornate script is more than just a pretty font, but a design element on it's own perfect for a vintage or classic wedding with delicate details. Swoon. >... read more

A Flower Wreath For Your Wedding Dog

Photo: Patricia Lyons PhotographyPhoto: Patricia Lyons Photography
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 Dreamy Southern Brunch Reception

Photo: Eric KelleyPhoto: Eric Kelley
It's the color palette that makes this brunch table so dreamy. With a soft pastel color palette of lavender and coral and  surprising touches like peach preserve table numbers, Lynn Easton designed the quintessential Southern brunch reception. By including tasty bites like biscuits, popsicles and a crepe cake, the menu... read more

Parisian-inspired Invitation Suite

Invitation SuitePhoto: Patricia Lyons
"The printed suite is a defining element of the event and sets the guests' expectations for what is to come," say Lynn Easton, founder of Easton Events. In order to make the invitation suite cohesive, Lynn carried signature elements throughout each piece, including a garland and bee crest with the couples' monogram. Wispy... 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

Inspiration of the Day: A Layered Tabletop

Layered TablePhoto: Jen Fariello
It's all about layering!" says Lynn Easton, founder of Easton Events, "Think a little out of the box and try different combinations to create a surprisingly different tabletop." For this pink tables cape Lynn paired delicate china and lush, low centerpieces for a look that was feminine and romantic. Lynn finished each place setting with... read more

A Vintage Ledger Seating Chart

Vintage Ledger Seating ChartPhotos: Jose Villa
"Escort cards can be a challenge when used outside as they don't always stay in place," says Lynn Easton. So instead of fighting against the elements, Lynn used an antique ledger to list the guests'  names and table assignments while adding old-world charm to this chic outdoor wedding. The... read more

Vintage Drawer Knob Escort Cards

Vintage Drawer Knob Escort CardsPhoto: Holland Photo Arts
These vintage drawer knob escort cards by Lynn Easton, founder of Easton Events, show that inspiration can be found anywhere, including a home goods or hardware store! This colorful wedding was inspired by the bride's BHLDN (Anthropologie's wedding shop) style and featured other vintage wedding details like chunky wooden candlesticks,... read more

Inspiration of the Day: Cotton-Candy Lollipops

Cotton Candy Lollipops
Late-night snacks (think brick-oven pizza food trucks or an ice cream sundae bar) are a must-have to keep the party going all night long, and Lynn Easton founder of Easton Events, is a big believer in them. So for a photo shoot in our magazine (see all the photos read more

Ceremony in the Round

Ceremony in the Round
To create an intimate space in an otherwise large outdoor ceremony area like this one, with rolling farmland and canopied trees, Lynn Easton founder of Easton Events scouted the area first and then decided to go with ceremony seating in the round. Guests were seated in an arch-like arrangement, and a large tree... 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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