Getting married in the great outdoors practically guarantees the romantic breezes, natural decorations and a glorious backdrop. Those natural beauty can also be added to wedding theme, cake and more. Whether you’re planning a romantic garden party surrounded by florals or a backyard wedding with candlelight, operate them with natural elements will never go out of style. Check out these outdoor wedding ideas with breathtaking ceremonies and receptions, and get inspired.
Ceremony Aisles and Views
Almost every girl has imagined sometime her walking down the aisle, which always plays an important role in the wedding decorations.
Ceremony Arches and Backdrops
Whether it is dramatic and bold or very simple touches, the arch or backdrop you use for an outdoor wedding setting provides the perfect place for your ceremony.
Outdoor Wedding Receptions
The best part about planning your outdoor wedding reception is the variety of ways your tables can be arranged.
If you’re looking for a unique alternative to the traditional multi-tiered wedding cake, consider serving several smaller, one-tier cakes. If you’re worried that smaller cakes won’t make as much of an impact as a larger, multi-tiered confection, not to worry—these examples below are proof that one-tier desserts can be just as stunning and eye-catching; in fact, we’d argue these cakes work as stand-alone pieces of art.
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In the past few years, large, wispy and organic wedding bouquets really took an important part in wedding planning, however, we’ll see more smaller bouquets instead in the year 2019. Thanks to both Royal weddings, brides may option for a more petite bouquet or go for something a bit more tailored than before. What’s more, small wedding bouquet are more comfortable for holding, it is not lock your stunning wedding dress and the most pleasing part that petite bridal bouquets have low cost. Let’s check out these cute small but pretty wedding bouquets and get inspired.
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Pink is always a classic color for weddings and it seems that every single time I write a post showcasing pink details I struggle with not referencing pretty in pink. This time, to stay on track and keep my focus on those gorgeous floral, I’d sharing some of my favorite blush pink wedding centerpieces, which will fully give a touch of elegance. Check out these cute wedding ideas and get inspired.
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“Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue”. Here I’m sharing some of the prettiest blue wedding color ideas with different shades. These recent years the wedding world has embraced these softer tones of Blue with names such as Dusty Blue, Powder Blue, Pastel Blue and the likes. All these dreamy blue tones are what we are swooning about in today’s post. From wedding table settings to wedding cakes, check out these blue wedding ideas which totally give wedding life with its softness, femininity and an overall romantic feel.
Wedding Color Inspiration
Wedding Table Settings
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
Amber Marie Photography | Martha Stewart Weddings | Happily Ever Etched | Style Me Pretty | ETSY
Wood Wedding Table Numbers
Style Me Pretty | Frank and Bunny Love | Burnett’s Boards | One Fab Day
Calligraphy Wedding Table Numbers
Mountain Side Bride | Ruffled
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
Aisle Society | Junebug Weddings | Burnett’s Boards | Style Me Pretty
Greenery Garland Table Runners
Junebug Weddings | Whimsical Wonderland Weddings | Brit | Wedding Omania
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.
Photo Credits: Bridal Guide | Rock & Roll Bride | Vanessa Hicks Photography | The Southern California Bride | The Wedding Play Book | Wedding Chicks | Mon Cheri Bridals | Love My Dress | Ruffled
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.
Photo Credits: Junebug Weddings | Bridal Guide | Elegant Wedding Invites | Ruffled | Confetti Day Dreams | French Wedding Style | You and Your Wedding | Elizabeth Anne Designs | Brides | Style Me Pretty