Vintage wedding themes are those kinds of events that will never fade because they are charming, sweet and romantic. You’ll still in love with everything on the big day even after 20 years. Today we’re sharing some gorgeous wedding centerpieces I’ve rounded up, which will turn your tables into an enchanting heaven and create a touch of vintage atmosphere, with vintage vases, candles, some vintage books and frames and etc. Adding some pearls, cages and beads is also great choices for vintage wedding decorations. Get a cup of coffee and let’s check out these inspiring vintage wedding centerpieces.
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There’re some wedding details that will never go out of style and you’ll still love 10 years from now, like white florals, lush greenery and elegant details. If you’re a bride who prefers timelessness over trends, I’d suggest planning your ceremony and reception in a classic wedding style.
There are plenty of ways to incorporate a classic wedding theme into your big day. For wedding invitations, opt for romantic calligraphy. At the ceremony, you and your about-to-be spouse can recite more traditional wedding vows to add formality to the whole affair. Dance the night away to classic wedding songs, like Etta James’s “At Last.” For classic wedding decorations, check out this post and get inspired.
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With more and more couples opting for simple weddings, barn is becoming one of the hottest wedding venues for those who’re planning country weddings. The rustic venue holds infinite possibilities for breathtaking photos and homespun details – DIY mason jar flowers, fabric drapery, wooden signs, romantic string lights, chandelier…What’s more, barn weddings are becoming chic now with stylish decorations, that are no longer just country. You can have the simple fabric draping from the ceiling, or hang string lights at the venue to create a unique atmosphere. Here’re some brilliant barn wedding reception ideas I’ve rounded up, and let’s check them out.
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With so many details and decoration options, some brides want their weddings to be luxury and whimsical, some want to be simple but elegant. Today I’m sharing minimalist wedding ideas, which has become a major wedding trend, and beloved by cool girls. You may think you need loaded centerpieces and layers of linens for your table settings, or overflowing floral chandeliers interspersed with string lighting, but there’s so much to be said for the minimal touch, featuring a lot of white with accents of lush greenery. Or you can also have industrial minimalism, where urban meets rustic. Today we’re sharing minimalist wedding reception ideas with full of elegance. Check out these beauty simplicity wedding reception decoration ideas and get inspired.
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As we all know that food is one of the most important part at weddings and sweet finger food and mini desserts are getting more and more popular these days. More and more couples plan to incorporate finger foods into their wedding day, offering popular dishes in a bite-sized portion, not only during cocktail hour, but also during the reception. Guests will also have the chance to try more delicious food you’ve chosen, as the finger foods give them more opportunity to try a little bit of everything. If you’re also thinking about serve finger food and mini desserts at your wedding, check out these great wedding food ideas and get inspired.
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So who’s planning a winter wedding? What’s your winter wedding theme? Today we’re talking about winter wedding centerpieces. Classical floral wedding centerpieces are great ideas, and why not adding some pretty winter touches to them? I really love baby’s breath for a winter wedding centerpiece and they remind me of snowflakes. Some candles with greenery surrounded and designed in an entire composition will give your guests the feeling of comfort and coziness and depending on the composition you may make the setting more or less official. When adding some red and green, it will add some fun and remind of coming Christmas. Here’re I’ve rounded up some great winter wedding centerpieces. Check them out and get inspired.
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For couples who love outdoors and want a uniquely intimate feel for their big day, backyard weddings will be the perfect choice. There are so many benefits to a backyard wedding, including cost and convenience. What’s more, backyard weddings can be any wedding styles you want with different settings. No matter how you style your backyard wedding, nature is always a good source of inspiration — you are outdoors, after all! If you’re planning an outdoor wedding, check out these great backyard wedding ideas and get inspired.
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When it comes to your wedding, you and your partner are the irrefutable stars of the show. So, why not take every opportunity to stand-out? And that includes the very chairs on which you sit! At your wedding reception, make sure your and your partner’s seats are as special as your union with these impossibly pretty wedding chair decorations. From the classic “Mr” and “Mrs” signs to floral garlands, no matter what your wedding style or budget, there’re endless ways to outstanding your wedding chairs. With so many custom materials to choose from and every sweet saying imaginable, I’ve rounded some of my favorites wedding chair decoration ideas (and they’re popular!). Check out these fabulous decoration ideas and get inspired.
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Autumn is upon us, and this glorious season is synonymous with changing colors, pumpkin-flavored treats, brisk weather and cozy outfits. I’m a sucker for adorable and bold fall colors, that’s why I love fall weddings so much! Fall décor is so cozy and inviting – orange, burgundy, chocolate and yellow. When setting the table for a fall wedding, you have plenty of options in terms of colors and styles. Wedding centerpiece is one of the most important parts of wedding table settings and I’ve rounded up some gorgeous wedding centerpiece ideas for fall/autumn events. If you’re planning a fall wedding, check out these great wedding decoration ideas and get inspired.
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Cocktail hour is the perfect time for guests to mix and mingle while enjoying delicious food, drinks, and entertainment. Over the past few years couples have decided to add more interactive elements to their cocktail hour—and we love all the wedding food station ideas, which allow guests to make their way around the room and choose for themselves various delectable and scrumptious items their hosts have planned for them. Couples should work with their caterer, event designer or florist and stationer, to create not just a delicious menu, but a beautiful display that complements the rest of the wedding décor. Check out these delicious wedding food stations and WOW your guests.
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