For couples who are not into formal, modern affairs, country rustic wedding theme will be a great choice, which offers an opportunity to inject the newlywed’s personality into the country themed ceremony and reception, and they can also be expressed by the decoration elements. So today we’re talking about one of the hottest decoration elements-wine barrels, perfect for a winery country wedding.
As an important part of your big day, centerpieces set the tone for an entire wedding event, for instance, we choose lanterns for vintage weddings, mason jars for rustic theme, and some gorgeous fancy tall designs for elegant fairy tale style. Here we got some gorgeous popular wedding centerpieces for to match with different wedding themes. Check and see which is your favorite styles.
Tall Wedding Centerpieces
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What we love about wedding planning infographics are the cool new ideas that keep us on our toes throughout the process. From the commonly asked questions for wedding venues down to the foods you should avoid just before the wedding, we have you covered with these super helpful tips from the professionals. Take a look, and get inspired!
While summer and fall brides seem to get most of the attention on wedding planning, there are really thousands ways to create a dreamy wedding in the winter than you can image. From snowy kisses to candlelit and cinnamon scented rooms and warming hot chocolate bars, winter wedding ideas are truly some of our favorites. What we have today is the winter wedding centerpieces.
For those of you brides planning a winter wedding, let me know your theme in the comment!
Have you ever thought about a wedding in the forest? It’s very IN now and one of the biggest wedding trends for the year 2017. J Imaging a forest ceremony with thousands of paper cranes dancing in the breeze above, gorgeous lights hang from the trees, charming nature beauty all round, and so many happy tears from the groom and bride, and father of the bride, and basically everyone who was there, the forest, music and the setting just brought out all the greatest emotions and feelings. One of my friends is planning her forest themed wedding and I’m so excited about it. If you’re also interested in a forest wedding, go ahead and check on these inspiring wedding ideas.
1. Paper cranes for ceremony decoration and tree trunks for seating. (Photo by Carolien & Ben via Southbound Bride)
2. Hanging tree lights with illuminated jars. (via Steven Michael Photography)
3. Dancing in the forest with thousands of lights up. (via tumblr)
Garden themed wedding will be a good choice when considering your big day in the year 2017, with so many types of decorations and flowers. No matter you arrange your own garden or hire a bigger place, nature will be the best backdrops for such a special occasion. Neutral or pastel color palette, rustic or barn style, just go with your heart and natural will give you an unforgettable day. I’ve rounded up some amazing ideas here and hope it will be easier for you to choose the style you want among thousands of garden wedding decorations LOL.
Nothing evokes romance quite like flickering candlelight, which is why candles are such a fitting choice for wedding décor. Though candles are frequently found in centerpieces to offer a candlelit-dinner experience, there are a multitude of options for a bride to keep in mind when considering the aesthetic of her wedding. The soft glow of candles can add warmth to any ceremony or reception, creating the romantic ambiance so many couples desire on their wedding days. With so many different kinds and colors of candles available – not to mention vessels to hold them in – there is no shortage of decor possibilities.
We love the ideas of incorporating wood into weddings like barn, farm, vintage or rustic themed ones, which are simple yet won’t break your budget at all, adding a nice touch of down-home to your big day. Using wood for wedding decorations has become fashionable whether you are using them for signs, direction for seating or centerpieces. I’ve rounded up some amazing wooden wedding ideas here and happy pinning!
Everyone deserves a perfect wedding, including every detailed part. These important parts combine into your special big day, and they do say something about you as a couple. Today we’re talking about one of those detailed parts-wedding signs. As you may know there’re thousand kinds of signs with thousand kinds of texts but express the same feeling about the day, like wood background, white calligraphy, and chalkboard background, some silly, others sincere. Let’s see which of the following ideas attracts you.
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As one of the biggest trends for year 2016, greenery wedding ideas will be continuously popular in 2017, taking over traditional wedding décor, from table settings, wedding signs to bouquets and boutonniere, in an entire new way. They will successfully add more elegance and nature to your big day, making your guests feel much more fresh and comfortable, as well as expressing your own personality. Here’re some amazing organic green floral wedding ideas to inspire your big event.
It’s really a great choice to add some greenery to bridal’s hairstyle, giving a touch of elegance.
Whether walking down the green floral decorated aisle or saying I do under the greenery arch, those greens did play very important part.
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