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May
22
Editor’s Weekly Wrap-up: Shanelle and James: Columbus, Ohio, 17 Fun Ideas For a Southern Wedding, Watercolor Inspired Ranch Styled Shoot, DIY Ribbon Message Bridesmaid Bouquet, Hanging Flowers
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Weekly Wrap-Up

It’s that time of the week again! Check out our round-up of real weddings, styled shoots, and ideas that were featured on ProjectWedding. Don’t forget to share your favorites!

Shanelle and James: Columbus, Ohio– This glam wedding is full of inspiring ornate details!

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Photograpy: Seth and Beth Photography

17 Fun Ideas for a Southern Wedding– Getting married south of the Mason-Dixon line? We’ve got some great ideas for you!

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Photo by Clary Photo

Watercolor Ranch Inspired Styled Shoot– Swoon-worthy decor and details ahead!

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Photo by Lanny Nguyen Photography 

DIY: Ribbon Message Bridesmaid Bouquet– A cute way to ask your best friends to be in your wedding party!

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Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff of Paper & Stitch

Hanging Flowers– A unique way to display your blooms!

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Photo by Taylor Whitham Photography


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Jul
25
Editor’s Weekly Wrap-up: Fun Wedding Ideas For the Beer and Cocktail Lover, DIY Ombre Toasting Glasses, Reception Details You Probably Haven’t Thought Of, Rustic Bohemian Anniversary Shoot, And Balloon Decor
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Weekly Wrap-Up

It’s that time of week again! Here are some of our editor’s favorite boards and ideas that you may have missed:

13 Fun Wedding Ideas For the Beer and Cocktail Lover– Nothing gets a party started like alcohol-infused beverages (that’s not the only way of course, but it’s a good one!). Check out these fun ideas we found from real couples.

Photo by Sweet Little Photographs

DIY Ombre Toasting Glasses– Use these sweet champagne coups for a bridal shower, rehearsal dinner, or wedding reception! It’s just 5 easy steps.

Photo by Brittni Mehlhoff of Paper & Stitch 

12 Reception Details You Probably Haven’t Thought Of– From unique favors to a live artist painting your ceremony, there are so many ways to make your reception unique! Take a peek at one of our many ideas.

Photo by Natalie Bray Photography

Rustic Bohemian Anniversary Shoot– This wedding has everything from a pick-up truck to a live horse! If you’re having a rustic wedding, use this shoot as your inspiration.

Photo by Jasmine Lee Photography

Balloon Decor– This decor element is just for kid birthday parties! Use them at your wedding for whimsical or colorful accent.

Photo by Anneli Marnovich Photography 


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Apr
17
DIY Wednesday: All-White Bouquet
Posted by Kate. Filed under DIY Wednesday, Do It Yourself, Flowers

By Brittni Mehlhoff

Accent colorful bridesmaid dresses with all-white bouquets, for a high-contrast statement that really pops. Using just two types of flowers and one filler, you can create a gorgeous monochromatic bouquet that any bridesmaid, or bride for that matter, will love.

You will Need: anemones • ranunculus • veronica white flowers (filler) • 2 feet of ribbon • floral wire • scissors

Step One. Start by removing excess leaves from all the stems. Then, choose a couple of larger flowers and criss cross the stems underneath the blooms. A couple of anemones and one ranunculu is a good start. Keep in mind that the first few flowers you start with will be in the center of your finished bouquet. So choose good ones because they will be the focal point.

Step Two. Add  a few veronica white flowers next, balanced on opposite sides of the bouquet.  Make them slightly higher than the height of the rest of the bouquet, so they can peek out the top.

Step Three. Once you have that first little bundle of flowers in hand, begin surrounding it with additional ranunculus and anemones. Work all the way around the bouquet to create a balanced look.

Step Four. Finish things off with a few flowers that have a natural curve in the stem to fill in any holes and complete the rounded shape.

Step Five. Next, holding the stems with both hands, one hand at the top close to the flowers and the other toward the bottom of the stems, have a friend wrap floral wire around the stems several times as close to the top as possible. Holding the bouquet with both hands will help ensure that the flowers don’t move around while the wire is being wrapped around the stems.

Step Six. Lastly, cut a piece of ribbon approximately two feet long and wrap it around the stems a few inches below the floral wire to keep the stems in place and add a decorative element. Then, cut stems at the bottom of the bouquet so they are all the same length. Place in a few inches of water until heading out to the ceremony.

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Apr
10
DIY Wednesday: Springtime Boutonnieres
Posted by Kate. Filed under DIY Wednesday, Do It Yourself

By: Brittni Mehlhoff

Make cheerful boutonnieres in a pinch with beautiful, in-season blooms that will add a pleasant pop of color to your groom’s suit. These pretties are perfect for spring.

Supplies:  washi tape • scissors • ranunculus • yellow acacia • variegated kale

Step One • Trim one leaf from a variegated kale stem to use as the base for your boutonniere. Set the kale leaf down on a flat surface and add two sprigs of acacia on top, lining up the bottom of the stems with the kale.

Step Two • Next, trim one stem of budding ranunculus, making sure the stem is no more than four or five inches long. Then, nestle the in-season bloom on top of the acacia and kale.

Step Three • Using your fingers, wrap the kale leaf around the ranunculus so that the flowers look like they are being cradled by the leaf.

Step Four • Wrap decorative washi tape around the stems of the finished boutonniere, starting at the top of the stem base.  Leave one inch of the stems showing at the bottom, uncovered by tape. Add a straight pin. Fill a short glass with a little water to keep the boutonnieres fresh until the wedding (depending on the flowers you use, they should stay fresh this way for up to two days).

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