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13 Pretty Ways to Wrap Your Bouquet

Bouquet Wraps That Wow
We're talking about that pretty piece of fabric, twine or lace that keeps the stems of your flowers tidy. Your bouquet wrap can be sentimental (like your grandmother's handkerchief), a fun way to drive home your wedding colors and wedding theme, or even just a pretty way to dress up your bouquet. Steal... read more

9 Creative Ways to Use Potted Plants In Your Wedding

Potted plant Wedding Ideas
Fresh cut flowers make for stunning floral arrangements, but here's an alternative that you may want to consider: potted plants! Not only are potted plants eco-friendly and a great way to lower your weddings' carbon footprint, but they can easily double as keepsakes for you and your guests. It's a win-win. There's tons of... read more

10 Ways To Use Hanging Glass Globes At Your Wedding

As far as wedding accents go, the glass globe votive is impressively versatile! If you're going for a rustic woodland style, decorate your outdoor ceremony space by hanging globes filled with twinkling votives and plants fit for a terrarium. If it's the glam look you're after add dimension to a ceremony arch by hanging a... read more

Vote For The Knot Dream Wedding Flowers!

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The Knot Dream Wedding is just three weeks away and as we reveal the winning wedding details (voted on by you!) one thing is for sure: This wedding is going to be seriously beautiful. So as of today, we have the venue, theme, rings, bridesmaid dresses and even the wedding dress. Now it's time to... read more

And The Winning Wedding Dress Is…

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The Knot Dream Wedding is just three weeks away and today we revealed the winning wedding dress style -- all voted on by you! The choices were: a beaded fit and flare gown by Sophia Moncelli, a tulle mermaid gown by Pnina Tornai, a lace illusion gown from Danielle Caprese, or a blush mermaid gown... read more

Steal This Bright Idea (Lamp Centerpieces!)

Lamp Centerpieces
Here's an easy way to light up your reception tables if you're going for a mood lit ambiance: centerpiece lamps! They're the perfect alternative (or complement) to traditional flowers. Look below and you'll see that there are endless style options too. For a chic modern vibe, stick to monochromatic black-and-white, for something more rustic choose... read more

Like Succulents? Then You’ll Love The Latest Wedding Flower Craze

You saw it here first. The next hot wedding flower trend is to use giant king proteas in your wedding day arrangements. It's really no wonder because these oversized flowers are just about as versatile as succulents. They thrive in arid climates so they're super hearty (no soft petals here!), they grow naturally in a... read more

7 Details That’ll Probably Be At Allison Williams and Ricky Van Veen’s Wedding

Allison Williams and Ricky Van Veen's engagement announcement yesterday made us seriously excited for their upcoming wedding! Since Allison, who stars on HBO's Girls, has such immaculate taste and style, predictions need to be made for her venue, flowers, gown and more. Will the all-American beauty have a preppy, romantic feel to her... read more

13 Genius Places To Hang A Wedding Garland

Garlands are a romantic and natural addition to your wedding day flower plans. The leafy green cords make a lush statement when strung across a ceremony arch, wound around an outdoor chandelier or draped across the bride and groom's chairs at the reception. Tip: For an all-green rustic look ask your florist for sturdy plants like... read more

11 Gorgeous Centerpieces With Fruit

Use fruit in your centerpieces to stay on budget for reception decor. DIY your cocktail hour centerpieces or fill out dinner table floral arrangements with pretty fruit details. Like flowers, fruit comes in a vibrant range of pretty colors -- just think about all the colors we name after fruit (lemon yellow, peach, apple green...)!... 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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