As a soft and light shade of purple, lavender can send off a touch of romance at once, and it’s one of the classic colors for wedding theme and decorations. If you’re planning an outdoor wedding, then lavender fields will be the perfect venues for ceremonies and receptions, and your wedding photos are going to be breathtaking. For those brides who have indoor weddings, dried or potted lavender is the choice for wedding decorations like your centerpieces, aisles and arches. You can also have lavender wedding treats surrounded, and lavender macarons and lemonade will be amazing. Lavender also can work very well with many other accent colors like green, gold, and tan. If you’re not sure about the accent color, check out these lavender wedding color ideas and get inspired.
Shades of Purple
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Lavender and Grey
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Lavender and Green
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Lavender and Gold
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Lavender and Blush Pink
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First thing’s first: planning a wedding can feel pretty overwhelming at first (trust me, I do it for a living). While recruiting a professional to help out can be pretty ideal, maybe you’re working under a tight budget, or maybe you simply love going the DIY route. It may be a lot of work, but it is possible to plan your own dream wedding! When planning your wedding, there are things that are nice to know, and then there are things you need to know—advice so essential that any bride who’s lucky enough to hear it thinks, “I’m so glad someone told me that!” If you’re wondering whether there’s something you may have missed (or even if you’ve got everything under control), check out our indispensable planning tips below.
There’re endless options when it comes to wedding table number ideas, like wooden cutouts and glittered letterings. You also don’t have to stick to simply Table 1 and Table 2. They are one of the easiest and simple ideas that can add that little bit of pretty to your tables all while helping your guests find their seats. Just one key point to remember here when choosing the table numbers-always keeping with your overall theme. Here’re some creative wedding table numbers for your reference.
Acrylic and Glasses Wedding Table Numbers
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Wood Wedding Table Numbers
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Calligraphy Wedding Table Numbers
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When it comes to reception table styling, the options are endless! Filling long tables can make this task a little daunting with so much space to decorate. A great table runner can be a real wedding décor workhorse, both in the space it occupies and the sense of personality it offers. When you close your eyes, what do you envision beneath your centerpieces and table numbers? Don’t have a clear vision? Get inspired by these amazing table runner ideas!
Fabric Drapery Table Runners
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Greenery Garland Table Runners
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There’s nothing wrong with wedding guests snapping some photos at the reception — that’s what the hashtag is for! However, people who are glued to their smartphones throughout the ceremony can ruin professional pictures, while also taking others out of the moment. If you’re unsure about how to tell guests to stay in the moment, here’s what we’re talking today. Encourage friends and family to stay present and device-free by posting one of these clever signs below.
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I know what you’re thinking – “Do I really need a wedding photo checklist?” The answer is a resounding yes, but you don’t need to stash in your pocket and repeatedly pull it out and tick things off during the day! You give your wedding photo checklist to your photographer, so they know exactly what you’re hoping to see in your wedding photographs. For sure the most important part is the photos of you and your grooms. To make things easier, I’ve rounded up these must have wedding photos with your groom and let’s check them out.
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Naked and semi-naked wedding cakes have been on top for a long time but now buttercream ones are taking over them. The hottest wedding trend of 2019 is hand-painted wedding cakes – from watercolor flowers to abstract brushstrokes, there are all kinds of looks, styles and themes. They will totally express your own taste and personality and you have the control of what they will look like. Check out these fabulous hand-painted wedding cakes and get inspired.
What’s the coolest wedding for the year 2019? Go for a gorgeous charcuterie board or table to impress your guests and let them feel cozy! A charcuterie board with lots of salami and sausages, cheese and fruit, nuts and crackers, marmalades and sauces. Such an idea inspires chatting and won’t leave anyone indifferent: such boards look very yummy and you won’t need any special decor. Check out these gorgeous wedding charcuterie table ideas and get inspired.
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Lofts are popular venues for having weddings: they are great for those who love urban looks and decor, industrial style and of course exposed bricks. Industrial decor with modern edgy touches is a hot idea for those who don’t love vintage decor. The loft can be a great venue because it has enough space which acts like a blank canvas, that gives creative couples enough room to DIY. Let’s have a look at some ideas suitable for loft weddings, and you may get inspired.
In however many years we’ve been reading proposals, hoping pull off the perfect proposal shoot. It’s really a great proposal idea for a few reasons. For one, it’s not often you find a woman who wouldn’t be excited to be in a photoshoot (proposal or no proposal), so it’s an easy sell. For two, you can’t have a photoshoot without a photographer, so it’s a built-in way to ensure her sweet surprised reaction is captured perfectly. So, to help you plan your own photo shoot proposal, I’ve rounded up these fabulous proposal picture ideas for your reference.