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9 Creative Ways To Use Butterflies In Your Wedding

Butterfly Wedding Ideas Are Back
Think about it: butterflies are pretty, colorful and garden wedding ready. Plus, they can work for a black-tie wedding (think gold leaf butterfly motifs on your invitations) just as easily as they can for a laid-back outdoor wedding. Below, some of the most unique butterfly wedding ideas we've ever seen. 1. A Butterfly Accented... read more

9 Wedding Ideas for Music Lovers

Wedding Ideas for Music Lovers
There are ways to include your love of music in your wedding beyond just picking out the perfect first dance song. You can personalize almost any wedding detail with music that's meaningful to you (from your wedding band engraving to your invitations). Whether you're a fan of classical, 80s rock, R&B or Top... read more

9 Ways to Use Mirrors In Your Wedding

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Mirror decor can add a glam touch to just about any part of the wedding, from your reception tables to your wedding signs. Plus, adding mirrors to your reception is also an easy way to make your space look larger and give the look of multiplying the decor (that means you can create the illusion of... read more

12 Mid-Century Modern Wedding Ideas

Mid-Century Modern Wedding Ideas | The Knot Blog
The 1950s and early 60s was an era of impeccably cool style, when bright colors, sleek lines, futuristic furniture and minimalist style (think single flower centerpieces instead of over-flowing arrangements) reigned. Well, mid-century modern style is making a serious comeback in weddings so see how this chic era inspired these contemporary couples' weddings, so if you're a couple... read more

Trend Alert! 7 Rugs Turned Aisle Runners

Trend Alert! Rug Aisle Runners
Did you know that rugs made of knotted yarn (called "rya") are an important part of a traditional Finnish wedding ceremony? The couple would say their wedding prayers while kneeling on the colorful rug and then they later display it in their home. Today, the hot trend is to take rugs from your favorite design store or... read more

10 Ideas That Prove You Don’t Have to Take Your Wedding Too Seriously

Just because you're planning a wedding doesn't mean you can't have a little fun with it. (Not all weddings have to look classic and perfect.) One way to create a playful vibe: Look to your younger years for inspiration. Take for example these 10 wedding ideas. A Dum Dum Lollipop Centerpiece From the album: read more

7 Upcycled Wedding Ideas

Not only is upcycling eco-friendly, but giving new life to your old things is a great way to add a DIY wedding element to your decor. Take for example these ideas below. They'll make you think twice before throwing anything away. Pastel Fabric Garland Collect fabric scraps and old clothes from your... read more

Hot New Wedding Style Trend –> Stripes!

Striped Wedding Ideas
We're noticing a ton of weddings with stripes! And we're not just talking about the traditional nautical wedding stripe -- stripes can be very versatile. A boutonniere wrapped with bold red-and-white stripes take a formal wedding up one big design notch, while blue stripes look fun and fresh for an outdoor spring or summer wedding. See... read more

11 Of Our Favorite #WeddingSelfies

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It's official. Selfies are taking over the world. First, the word "selfie" was added to the Oxford English Dictionary, then Ellen snapped a selfie with a few celebs at the Oscars, and this week a couple of newlyweds made the news by posting a selfie with the Pope! So we're calling it: Selfies are the... read more

9 Sweetheart Chair Ideas Fit For A King and Queen

One more way to feel special on your wedding day? Cute and coordinating chairs for the two of you at the reception. Think about it: a pair of ornate and eye-catching armchairs to play-up a regal theme or choose a romantic love seat so you guys don't have to be apart (even by a few... 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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