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These Oregon Wildfire Wedding Photos Are Unbelievable

When there's a wildfire headed toward a wedding, most brides' and grooms' instincts would be to say a few choice four-letter words and run like the wind, but not April Hartley and Michael Wolber. The couple's Bend, Oregon, wedding almost went up in flames since the Two Bulls wildfire spread near their Rock Springs Ranch ceremony. Right before April... read more

‘Parks and Recreation’ Fans Will Love These Engagement Photos

Engaged Parks and Recreation fans don't have to go all the way to Pawnee, Indiana, to take their engagement photos in front of Pawnee City Hall, since it's really the city hall in Pasadena, California! Ciara and Erich Muller are the latest couple to do so, posing around various parts of the scenic building. Does... read more

Have You Seen Desiree Hartsock’s Rustic Engagement Pic Yet?

Bride-to-be Desiree Hartsock's first engagement photo sneak peek is out, and it looks like she had her home state of Colorado on her mind! The Bachelorette star and her fiance, Chris Siegfried, posed atop the beautiful Rattlesnake Ledge outside of Seattle for their engagement shoot, shot by Giving Tree Photography. Desiree captioned the photo,... read more

6 Reasons To GIF-ify Your Wedding

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We know what you're thinking. You don't want those silly clips that are floating on the internet lately anywhere near your elegant wedding. Hear us out, when done right (as in, with the help of a professional photographer) you can actually get some pretty and romantic GIFs that you won't regret having years... read more

Winnie the Pooh Awkwardly Photobombs a Couple’s Engagement Photo Shoot

Everyone's favorite lovable bear, Winnie the Pooh, made things a little creepy (but mostly hilarious and cute) during a couple's recent engagement photo shoot. Seamus Burke and Elizabeth Weisstein got engaged at Epcot in August of 2013 and came back for their engagement photo shoot. However, Winnie the Pooh decided to stroll out for the special... read more

16 Creative Ways To Display Family Photos At Your Wedding

Your wedding day is the perfect time to break out and showcase the old family photos. Think about it: When you get married, you're essentially creating a new family. It couldn't be more appropriate! The best part is that family photos are not only meaningful, they make for great wedding decor too. Use them for sentimental pops... read more

5 Rainbow Wedding Photos You Have To See To Believe

Rain on the wedding day isn't always a disappointment. Sometimes it brings along a rainbow -- or two in the case of Kathryn and Tom. Their photographer just so happened to capture an incredible double rainbow behind them during their portrait session. Okay, so not every rain shower brings a bright kaleidoscope of colors. If you... read more

Would You Pay $3K for a Social Media Wedding Concierge?

Being a 21st century bride is tough -- not only are you obsessing over finding the perfect photographer and videographer, but now you also have Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Vine to contend with too. Social media is now a factor in every step of your wedding day, from your bridesmaids Facebooking photos of you getting your... read more

Baby Cries At Parent’s Wedding Photos

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We're glad we're not the only ones who can't help but get teary over romantic wedding photos! This toddler's reaction to her parent's wedding photo slideshow pretty much sums up everything you feel when you watch a really romantic wedding video. Youtube user diansedg1 uploaded this video of her  two-year-old daughter watching the slideshow set to the... read more

This Bridal Party Reception Intro Video Will Make You Smile

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This San Antonio couple Joe David and Alexis came up with a genius idea to introduce their bridal party at the reception by having them recreate the music video for Pharell Williams' song "Happy" from the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack! This video is super cute and the perfect idea for featuring their bridal... 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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