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Editor’s Weekly Wrap-Up: Wedding Day Superstitions, Decorative Branches, Wedding Dress Details, DIY Bridesmaid Bouquet, And Leftover Wedding Cake Alternatives

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

5 Wedding Day SuperstitionsFrom seeing each other before the ceremony to looking at yourself in the mirror fully dressed and wearing something old, new, borrowed, and blue to getting carried over the threshold, read what we have to say about why it’s NOT bad luck.

Photo: Whitney Photo & Video

Decorative BranchesAdding branches multiple ways (i.e. table runners, centerpieces, aisle markers) creates a natural element in your decor.

Photos (from left to right): Page Bertelsen Photography

26 Swoon-Worthy Wedding Dress Details - Details, details, details complete your wedding dress look! Consider a beautiful bow, plunging v-neck, bustier top, or jeweled sash or belt.

Photos (from left to right): Nancy Aidee Photography and Marta Locklear 

DIY “Will You Be My Bridesmaid?” BouquetDon’t just ask your bridesmaids, show them with a do-it-yourself sweet-scented floral arrangement.

Photo: Brittni Mehlhoff 

5 Leftover Wedding Cake AlternativesIn case you don’t want to save (freeze) the cake until your first anniversary, eat the cake for your baby’s christening, newly-purchased home or -rented apartment or signing, sealing, and delivering thank-you notes.

Photos (from left to right): Krista A. Jones Photography




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Aubrey + Dave: A Vintage Fall South Carolina Historic Home Wedding By Whitney Photo & Video
Posted by czentgraf. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Whitney Photo & Video

 Aubrey and Dave were married on a rainy fall day underneath a tented patio at The Clebourne House in Fort Mill, S.C. Aubrey knew she wanted a vintage vibe. Hence, why she wore a Pronovias lace wedding gown, soft red leather saddle shoes, and a birdcage veil. Bridesmaids wore an array of fall hues in mix ‘n’ matched dresses. The bride worked for the florist, who made her arrangements, and when she came back from her honeymoon, the florist sold her her business! “Now I own it and am able to do flowers for brides; it’s a dream come true,” Aubrey said. A guest, who could not attend the wedding was able to watch via Skype (how tech-savvy, right?). During the reception, guests were greeted with movie posters, a love story timeline, and a sweet candy bar, including peppermints, which doubled as favors. Instead of sparklers, the couple chose to have a glow stick send-off. See the full board here.

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