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You Have To See This Blue Mix-And-Matched Table

Bold is beautiful, and nothing says "eye-catching" more than mixing statement-making patterns together in a reception table, like this funky blue decor from Julia and Bobby's preppy Colorado wedding. We love the idea of combining funky patterns to get a cohesive, textured vibe at the wedding reception while bringing in a few polished,... read more

The Coziest New Wedding Trend Is...

This new wedding trend will make you want to curl up with a steaming cup of hot chocolate. Perfect for fall and winter weddings, fur accents are springing up everywhere lately in both bridal style and table decor. Want to use this look to warm up your rustic or woodland inspired... read more

Sequins Wedding Reception Tables? Right Here.

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We love the idea of pairing bold metallic accents with bright, vibrant details like this over-the-top centerpiece from a Miami wedding. Mixing fuchsia orchids (and other amazingly colorful exotic blooms) with champagne sequin tablecloths, mixed metal mini vases, small mercury votives and luxe gold-rimmed chargers sounds like a lot, but this couple's florist (from... read more

The Reception Table We're In Love With Right Now

A table we're totally inspired by from a rustic wedding inspiration shoot: this gorgeous reception table topped with oversized iron lanterns, milk glass bowls filled with peaches and fruit and dainty gold wedding accents originally created by Orange County-based floral team Bloom Box. The main ingredients? Crystal cut glassware, funky golden chargers,  read more

Going for Glam? 14 of Our Favorite Glitter Details

Glitter isn't just a crafting staple -- we're seeing it all over weddings too. The fun part is that you can translate and use glitter in lots of different ways. Whether you're having a black tie ballroom wedding or you're tying the knot in a rustic barn, there's definitely a way to use glitter. You can... read more

Feathers Are Having A Moment — 7 Ideas Right Here

Whether you're trying to pull off a glam wedding or more of a rustic-style wedding, the key to achieving a look that goes beyond the basics is to throw in a few unexpected touches and textures. Enter feathers -- sure, they're not a new idea but some stationery designers and florists are finding all sorts... read more

Shop This Bright, Modern Wedding Table and Get The Look!

We can't get over all of the cool modern wedding accents from this wedding. The trick to pulling off a bold color scheme like this gray, silver, white and clementine wedding reception? It's all in the details. In this case, interesting textures like lucite chairs, oddly shaped bright vases and vessels and a mod patterned... read more

Unexpected Decor Trend? Antlers.

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Antlers have been around as a home decor idea for a while, but now we are seeing them everywhere in weddings! As they pop up in some pretty amazing ways, we have to admit they can look pretty good. Incorporate them as a rustic centerpiece accent, or go all out like one couple... read more

Shop This Feminine Rustic Wedding Table And Get The Look!

The minute we laid eyes on this camping-themed wedding -- with its exposed wooden picnic tables topped with brown bottles, lace, blush floral arrangements and gold accents -- we knew some of you might be interested in pulling it off yourselves. (How pretty would this be for a small, casual read more

All in the Name of Love! 5 Ways to Incorporate Tennis-Inspired Details Into Your Wedding

If you're a tennis player (or at least obsessed with the US Open) consider adding a dash of preppy tennis-inspired flair to your wedding. The following five details will make your ceremony and reception simply smashing! Tennis Shoe Escort Cards From the album: A Garden Party Wedding in Chicago, IL A Tennis-Themed Groom's Cake From... 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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