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8 Chic Chandelier Ideas to Brighten Up Your Wedding

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Hanging wedding decor is really having a moment, and it doesn't get much more classic than an ornate chandelier. While you might be used to seeing chandeliers in traditional ballrooms they can instantly add elegant style to a variety of spaces. You don't even have to limit yourself to the indoors or the chandeliers... read more

6 of the Coolest Wheel Details We've Ever Seen in Weddings

When you think "wedding" you might not automatically think "wheels," but maybe you should! From nautical ship helm decor to antique farm mills, Ferris wheels and vintage bike or wagon wheels, these round statement pieces can really amp up your wedding decor. We love the idea of stringing Edison bulbs to... read more

And the Hottest Wedding Trends of 2015 Are...

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We don’t have a crystal ball but we do have our pulse on what’s hot in the world of weddings. From Wild West weddings on the ranch to bridal jumpsuits and GoPro wedding videos, here’s what’s new for 2015. Photos clockwise from left: Luna Photo; Theo Milo Photography; The Nichols Photography; The Nichols... read more

15 Unique Ways To Flaunt The Love At Your Wedding

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Weddings are usually all about the love but sometimes you just need to spell it out! Whether you're having a modern bash or a vintage celebration, we're loving these trendy accents from our real weddings gallery. From contemporary aisle runners and dessert tables to rustic yard games and wall hangings, it's all... read more

8 Ways to Use Baby's Breath at Your Wedding

Baby's breath sometimes gets characterized as more of a "filler" flower, evening out bouquets and adding texture here and there. But recently, we've seen this filler flower go front and center in sweeping bohemian arrangements, ethereal floral crowns and rustic boutonnieres. If you are thinking of going all-white in your wedding flowers, consider... read more

10 Ways to Use Pine Tree Details at Your Wedding

If you're looking to spruce up (sorry, we had to!) your wedding decor, look no further than adding a few sprigs of an evergreen tree. As a plant that can be simultaneously rustic and glam, wintery or summery, and outdoor or indoor, a little conifer detail can literally fit in anywhere. Surround a... read more

Laser Cut Wedding Invitations Are Having a Major Moment

Paper cutting has a long, global history in celebrations of every kind. In Mexico, papel picado (meaning "perforated paper") is an intricate design chiseled into tissue paper that's used to celebrate weddings, quinceañeras and the Day of the Dead. In China, thicker papers are cut with scissors and knives in detailed, symmetrical designs called Jianzhi.... read more

10 Ways To Add Glam Factor To Your Reception Using Mirrors

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If you’re looking for that extra something to give your wedding décor a touch of glam factor, think about incorporating mirrored accents into everything from your reception tabletops to centerpieces and wedding signs. Mirrors add a polished touch to any room, plus they’ll highlight your reception’s best features and can make... read more

Spice Up Your Outdoor Wedding With Quirky Camping Details

If you and your soon-to-be spouse are into the outdoors, a great way to incorporate a little personality into your nature-filled wedding day is to include a few quirky camping details. Think vibrant forest green or red kerosene lanterns, wooden stumps, pine cones, tent cake toppers (or a wedding night in a deluxe outdoor tent!),... read more

Move Over Rustic Chic, Industrial Is In

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If you love the the vintage or rustic chic look, get ready for the latest trend to hit the wedding scene: industrial chic. This cool theme is perfect for the couple wanting vintage-inspired decor with a modern twist. From lofty former factories to light bulbs and antique metal chairs, we're... 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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