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Trendy Pastel and Glitter Bridal Shower by Jillian Lee Photography
Posted by Sarah Zlotnick. Filed under bridal shower

Secretly wishing for an extra-feminine wedding but don’t want to overpower your spouse’s wants and needs? Go all out for your bridal shower instead! We’re majorly inspired by the gathering photographer Jillian Lee threw for a good friend. Filled with confetti, sequins, and plenty of pops of coral, mint, and gold, this celebration is perfect fodder for a design-conscious bride. Enjoy!

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Wendy + Mike: A Fun and Playful West Coast Wedding by Lili Durkin Photography
Posted by Sarah Zlotnick. Filed under Real Weddings

Our favorite way to brighten up a Monday? Pretty flowers, of course! And it doesn’t get much more cheerful than the tropical-inspired bouquets and centerpieces Twig Floral Design whipped up for Wendy and Mike’s playful California wedding. Special thanks to Lili Durkin for sharing the day with us! What follows is just a snippet of the pretty—be sure to check out our full gallery for the complete set of details!

Wendy and Mike met on! After ten months of dating, Mike proposed during Wendy’s birthday week. He planned a slew of fun surprises, including the Newport Harbor cruise where he officially popped the question. They said ‘I do’ at Pacific Grove’s famous Lover’s Point Park, which overlooks the Monterey Peninsula. Though it rained through most of their ceremony (oh no!), the clouds finally cleared up as the couple was saying their vows.

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Heather + Tyler: A Springy Backyard Tennessee Wedding by Ulmer Studios
Posted by Sarah Zlotnick. Filed under Real Weddings

Spring is (almost) in the air here in DC, and Heather and Tyler’s lovely Southern wedding has us thinking the warmer weather can’t come soon enough! Shot by the talented Josh and Amber of Ulmer Studios, the crisp, clear images depict a classic backyard celebration filled with springy pastels and plenty of Etsy-inspired finishing touches. Prepare to fall in love from start to finish!

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DIY Wednesday: Moss Heart Décor
Posted by Kate. Filed under DIY Wednesday, Do It Yourself

By: Victoria Hudgins

Moss is a beautiful greenery accent to use during the winter wedding season. It instantly warms up a space and is rich and earthy in texture. Moss is easy to mold and in the form of heart shapes, brings a dose of charm to a ceremony or reception space.  They can be used as bunting, a chair back, wall display or as a darling solution for aisle dividers.

Step One. First decide what shapes you would like the moss to be molded into. Trace and cut the shape out of thick card stock or cardboard.

Step Two. Purchase moss at your local craft store and tear it apart to create a more organic (wild) feel.

Step Three. Using hot glue, secure the moss to your molded cut out by the handful.

Step Four.  Glue string along the backside for bunting or use removable sticky tack to secure the molds directly to a wall (be sure to get permission from your venue first)!

What a cute craft!

Project Design by A Subtle Revelry; Photos by Pictilio

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