Your wedding will likely be the biggest party you’ll ever throw—making it the perfect time to take the phrase “larger than life” literally. One of the most fun parts of planning a wedding is expressing yourself through your theme, style and décor—and this includes flowers. Your centerpieces play a major role in adding a personal flair to the ambience of your reception. Beautiful floral arrangements are always a major focal point during any wedding reception. If you want to ensure that your centerpieces make a lasting impression on your guests, it’s best to go tall. While smaller compote centerpieces are gorgeous in their own right, vertical arrangements are unexpected additions to wedding tables and are a sure way to wow your attendees as soon as they walk into the room. And the best part about these lofty arrangements? They can suit any wedding style. Check out these tall wedding centerpieces and get inspired.
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With fresh foliage bang on trend, green is currently one of our favorite wedding colors and the perfect choice to combine with a host of other shades from pure white and copper to pastels and navy. The color green represents new beginnings, harmony and balance making it a perfect color to include in your big day. Among all the green shades, sage green is the most popular one now and it can works perfect with weddings in any season and colors. With a sage green wedding theme in mind, let’s take a look at some of the most stylish sage green wedding cakes.
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There’re more and more couples love to have a small wedding now. Not only does having a fewer number of guests cut down on wedding costs, but it also allows you and your guests to have more intimate social interactions, as well as create a more relaxed, casual vibe. But casual doesn’t have to mean simple—there are so many ways to craft a bite-sized event that’s brimming with custom-curated details! If you are considering having a small wedding and are in need of some inspiration, check out these gorgeous small wedding ideas and get inspired.
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While guests might forget your first dance song or the color of your table runners, your friends and family will always remember what your wedding cake tasted and looked like. Wedding cakes with flowers and greenery are undeniable show-stoppers and one of the most popular big day desserts. Flower wedding cakes don’t just have their beautiful looks going for them. Today we’re not going to talk about cake itself, but the decorations to display your wedding cake. I believer you’re seen a lot of wedding decorations with floral hoops. They can also act as your wedding cake stand, or as the pretty background of your cake display decorations. To get you feeling inspired, I found these beautiful wedding cakes with hoop stands for you to peruse. Let’s check them out!
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Your wedding day is a celebration with loved ones, so it’s only natural to want to include those friends or relatives who’ve passed away before you get to say “I do.” Your inclusion of a deceased relative can be as subtle as a symbolic white rose in your bouquet or as public as a moment of silence at the ceremony, and we rounded up a few more ways below. It’s also a good idea to check in with any close relatives who may be sensitive to the death—from there, you can decide how you’d like to honor them without turning the wedding into something that feels like a heavy memorial service.
Family photo display.
Place their photos on a vintage ladder or wooden create.
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Set up a memory table.
Reserve a special place at your reception for a table filled with framed photos of family and friends who’ve passed away.
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Keep Them Close
Pin a photo locket to your bouquet or boutonniere so they can be close to you.
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Set a sign with photos.
A sign will also be recommended if you’re having an outdoor or rustic themed wedding.
Reserve a seat.
Lay a flower from your bouquet on an empty seat at your ceremony.
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Light a candle for them.
Either at your ceremony or reception, take a moment to light a candle in their honor.
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Pampas grass, a kind of wonderful, wispy wheat-colored grass is finding its way into every aspect of wedding design and for good reason. Its whimsical nature and malleable qualities make it a perfect fit for everything from romantic soirees with elegant details to stylish boho chic affairs set in the desert. If you’re as in love with this fun grass as I am and are wondering how to incorporate it into your special day, let’s start with wedding aisles today. Get ready to swoon over all these stunning ideas, and let me know which one is your favorite!
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Vintage engagement rings perfectly fit girls who likes classics. As for what defines a ring as a “vintage” aesthetic, it’s truly all in the details. Floral motifs, twisted bands, and different beautiful gemstones give a ring an old-world feel. Vintage-inspired rings will always look trendy and classic that will never fade. If you’re looking for stunning vintage engagement rings, check out this post and get some inspiration.
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Usually we see balloons for decorations at birthday parties, but you’ll certainly think over after seeing the following awesome balloon decorations for wedding events. From fun backdrops and arches for ceremonies to hanging ceilings for receptions, this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to all of the unique and creative ways you can incorporate balloons into your big day. Some are customized with words or sayings, some are filled with confetti and I am over the moon for the giant oversized ones. Check out these romantic balloon wedding decoration ideas and get inspired.
- Wedding Arches and Backdrops
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- Wedding Reception Decorations
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Cozying up by a fire, ice skating and intimate walks after the first snow—winter is filled with memorable moments, and a winter wonderland wedding is the perfect excuse to add a few dreamy, romantic touches to your ceremony and reception décor. Incorporate evergreen branches and pine cones into your centerpieces and place settings for a rustic affair, or opt for elegant chandeliers and candles for an inviting glow. Here are a few of my favorite winter wedding decorations for a celebration during the chilly months.
Lights and Candles
String market lights around low, twisting limbs to add a wintery twinkle to nature, and candle lights can make your day more romantic.
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Add pine cones and an assortment of berries to bring your decorations, even in the depths of winter.
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Incorporate fresh evergreen sprigs into your decorations for a little seasonal texture and a subtle whiff of everybody’s favorite crisp, pine scent.
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Decorate your ceremony and reception space with lush wreaths made of cascading vines and cream-colored wisteria for a whimsical touch to your winter affair.
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Hot Chocolate Bar
Your guests will love a warm pick-me-up after dinner. Set up a hot chocolate bar with marshmallows, candy cane spoons and extra chocolate toppings that’ll keep your guests cozy all night.
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Color trends may come and go, but neutral endures. As a classic color of wedding events, neutral bridesmaid dresses can never be wrong. They have endless choices to fit for any color schemes, any wedding theme and any group of bridesmaids, and they are timelessly chic as well. Because neutrals go with everything. They complement whatever you pair them with—lifting up the elements they’re combined with, rather than overpowering them. Check out these neutral bridesmaid dresses and get inspired.
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