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  • Project By: Janie Medley Photos By: Marvelous Things Photography   An easy and beautiful way for your guests to find their seating assignments, this escort card display board can be made with brightly colored carnations!     Materials Carnations (I used a mix of different shades of pinks – carnations from Fifty Flowers) Picture Frame Foam Board Pearl Pins Duct Tape Easel     Step One Place the frame over the foam board     Step Two Starting with the sides, cut the board down to the size of the picture frame.     Step Three Tape the foam board to the back of the picture frame with duct tape.     Step Three (cont).  Here’s the completed frame!     Step Four Cut the stems off the carnations.      Step Five Place the frame on the easel and insert the pearl pins through the middle of the carnation head to attach them to the board.     The completed board is so colorful and pretty!       Step Six Finally, attach the escort cards to the board with a pearl pin.      
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  • With the cooler weather and changing leaves, fall weddings are the perfect opportunity for the groom and his men to get a little more creative with their wedding day attire. Tweeds! Cardigans! Plaid shirts! Here's 7 fun examples of groomsmen looks we love for autumn. 

    1. CHECKED SHIRTS 

    Gingham and khakis are the perfect way compliment a solid suit at a more casual wedding. For a more coordinated look, have the groomsmen match their tie color to the groom's suit. Photo by Taylor Lord

    2. TWEED, TWEED, TWEED

    Heftier fabrics like courduroy and tweed will keep you warmer for an outdoor ceremony and add texture to photos. We love the way this groom paired his vest and jacket with the palette of reds and cranberries worn by his groomsmen. Perfect for Fall! Photo by Ryan Ray

    3. CHAMBRAY 

    A darker chambray shirt is the perfect undernote for a navy suit. When expertly pressed and fitted, the look acheives the near impossible: looking dressy without looking stuffy. Photo by Jen Huang 

    4. V-NECK SWEATERS

    V-neck sweaters and collared shirts are a polished casual look—why not bring it into your wedding party? We love the way this group differentiated the best man and groom with suspenders and a cardigan. Photo by Landon Jacob

    5. HUNTER GREEN ACCENTS

    When we think of Fall colors, we typically think of rustic reds and burnt oranges. But what about the color of pine trees? This wedding party looks totally dapper in their hunter green ties. Photo by Ryan Ray 

    6. CARDIGANS FOR EVERYONE 

    From cable knit to shawl collar, we love the way each guy in this wedding party is showing off his personality with a different kind of cardigan. The overall look is cozy and just a touch eclectic—perfect for a modern rustic wedding! Photo by Ryan Ray

    7. DARK JEANS 

    Normally we'd say jeans are an absolute no for any wedding party, but how cool does this group look? We love that they stuck with a darker wash and accessorized with tweed vests. Photo by The Nichols

    RELATED: 9 Creative Ways for Groomsmen to Show Off Their Style

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  • Photo by Taylor Lord Photography    Your girls worked hard to help you prepare for your wedding day -- now it's their turn to get ready! Indulge them while they prep for your I Do's with a thoughtful gift they can use on your wedding day and beyond. Five of our favorite ideas follow below. Stories You Might Also Like: Monogram Bridesmaid Gifts and Bow Gifts for Bridesmaids.    1. Pretty Robes  Matching putting-on-your-making ensembles is a fun way to bond the morning of your wedding. Our current favorite places to find pretty, feminine robes: Plum Pretty Sugar, Love Ophelia, and Journelle.    2. Monogrammed Oxfords  Oversized oxford button downs are another fun morning-of wardrobe option -- and they'll make for comfy sleepwear for your maids further down the road. Shop the men's section of department stores for a matching set, then take them to your local monogram shop to have them personalized. There's also several Etsy Vendors that will take care of the whole process for you -- we like the looks of Pretty Personal Gifts, Fine Thread Art, and Shop Mememto.    3. Garment Bags  She needs something to store her bridesmaid gown in, but a nice piece of luggage to use on business trips wouldn't hurt either. Equal parts stylish and chic, the options at Jen Darling Bags are fun choice.   4. Cosmetic Pouches   Gift each girl a roomy nylon or vinyl pouch to store their beauty supplies. The C. Wonder Monogram shop has some nice options, and Stephanie Johnson is our go-to for a plethora of on-trend sizes and styles.    5. Tube Socks  Don't have the budget to splurge on oxfords or robes? No worries -- cute pink-accented tube socks are a fun (and more affordable!) clothing option. We love the set over on Before The I Do's. 
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff     If you're looking for a simple wedding project that won't break the bank, these watercolor favor boxes are the perfect match. Use them as wedding favor boxes for guest, bridal party gifts, even as holiday packaging for presents wrapped sweetly under the tree.     Materials: Kraft box (any size) Scissors Super thick yarn White watercolor Paint brush

    How-To:

      1. Fold the box and prepare watercolors with a few drops of water in a small dish or palette.     2. Write a message with watercolors on the top of the box.     3. Fill with yummy bakery items or other sweet treats.     4. Add a card inside the box to say thanks to guests for coming to your wedding. Or pen a note to your bridal party to tell your bridesmaids how much they mean to you.     5. Close up the box and add a long piece of yarn. Tie it in a bow or add a giant yarn pouf to finish the package.   Voila!
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  • Hey, it's your big day! Why not glam up in style?

    1. Monogrammed Button Downs

    Photo by Andi Mans Photography

    The perfect personalized apparel for pampering. You don't have to worry about smudging make-up when you change! 

    2. Rhinestone Tank

    Photo by Meg Perotti Photography

    Primp in this skin-tight tank and remind everyone you're the star of the day with some rhinestone embellishment. 

    3. Colorful Floral Robes

    Photo by Christa Elyce Photography

    Channel spring's pallete by opting for robes with bright florals and loud colors.

    4.  Monogrammed Terry Cloth Robes

    Photo by Jodi Miller Photography

    Monogram your initials (or his!) into these cozy terry cloth robes for you and your best girls and enjoy a relaxing day of pampering. 

    5. Stylish & Slimming Robes

    Photo by Taylor Lord Photography

    Ditch your tired shower robe and opt for one with a shorter hemline and fun floral detailing.

    6.  Southern-inspired Plaids

    Photo by Katelyn James Photography

    Plaid button downs aren't just for crisp fall days and country concerts, get your gals to break out their old favorite to wear while you all get ready. 

    7.  Short & Silky Robes

    Photo by N. Barrett Photography

    These pastel pink and off-white robes will be a primping necessity long after your big day has come and gone. 

    8. Boyfriend Shirts

    Photo by Spindle Photography

    An over-sized dress shirt might just be the most comfortable thing since sweatpants, get matching monogrammed ones for your whole bridal party. 

    9. Playfully Pink Robes

    Photo by Millie Holloman Photography

    Get all gussied up in this girly get-up. There's no doubt that all your gals will look pretty in pink.  

    10.  Personalized Spa Robe

    Photo by Spindle Photography

    Inscribe your future last name onto the back of a comfy robe you can wear for years to come. 

    11. Full-coverage Wraps

    Photo by Caroline + Ben Photography

    Bundle up in these full-length robes, perfect for a fall or winter wedding. 

     

     

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  • Whether your ceremony is long or short, you want your guests to be comfortable during the proceedings. Gift your nearest and dearest with useful items pre-ceremony to make sure this important event is even more memorable and enjoyable.

    Ceremony Programs
    Your guests will have a lot of questions during the ceremony. Who’s in the bridal party? What types of rituals should I expect? What’s that song? Answer your guests’ questions by providing them with programs – or post a sign that includes all of the pertinent information.


    Photo by IQphoto Studio

    Something to Drink

    In warmer weather, provide your guests with a refreshment either before the ceremony, or if drinks are allowed in your venue, during the event. Bottled water is a good bet, since it’s in a sealable container that’s less likely to spill – and a custom label adds a cute, personal touch.


    Photos by (from left): PW Photography, Jason Burns Photography

    Fans

    Fans can be a nice giveaway for indoor or outdoor ceremony in warmer climates. And by printing your ceremony programs on a fan, it will do double duty.


    Photo by Aaron Watson Photography

    Parasols

    If your outdoor ceremony is under a blazing sun, your guests will appreciate having the extra shade.


    Photo by Whittaker Portraits

    Sunglasses

    It’s a good idea to check out your ceremony location at the exact time when you’re planning on getting married. If you’re concerned your guests will be squinting in the sun, sunglasses are a good favor idea.


    Photo by Hearts and Horseshoes Photography

    Shawls or Blankets

    Depending where you’re getting married, there may be a risk of a slight chill in the air during the spring and fall seasons. That doesn’t mean you should avoid an outdoor ceremony entirely, but consider your guests’ comfort by providing them with shawls or blankets to cuddle up with.


    Photo by Nelly - Photographer

    Tissues

    Place boxes of tissues at the end of every row in case your guests shed some (happy!) tears.


    Photo by Hearts and Horseshoes Photography

    Something Fun for the Recessional

    Whether it’s confetti, ribbon wands, streamers, flower petals, or something completely different, asking your guests to wave or toss something during the recessional can add a fun celebratory element and make for a great photo op!


    Photos by (from left): Gideon Photography, Rachel Robertson Photography

    Check out more fun favor ideas by following our Favors Editor »

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  • With the air getting chilly and crisp and Thanksgiving just around the corner, we've got our minds on rich autumn hues. Give your fall wedding a festive touch with one of these dreamy, seasonally inspired palettes. 

    1. Burgundy + Terra Cotta + Shale Green

    Photo Courtesy of Alisa Lewis Event Design

    The Aesthetic: Earthy and Natural

    Floral Picks: Ranunculus, Cosmos, Roses, Eucalyptus, Hypericum Berries

    2. Mustard + Pale Pink + Stone

    Photo Courtesy of Petal Floral Design

    The Aesthetic: Countryside Garden

    Floral Picks: Garden Roses, Alstromeria, Craspedia

    3. Ink Blue + Mushroom + Deep Mulberry

    Photo by Eyelet Images

    The Aesthetic: Old World Elegance

    Floral Picks: Dahlias, Ranunculus, Calla Lilies

    4. Fuchsia + Pomegranate + Raspberry

    Photo by OKRFOTO

    The Aesthetic: Vibrant and Glam

    Floral Picks: Roses, Dahlias, Ranunculus, Peonies

    5. Sienna + Ginger + Pale Rose

    Photo Courtesy of LB Floral

    The Aesthetic: Soft and Ethereal

    Floral Picks: Antique Roses, Waxflower, Cymbidium Orchids

    6. Thistle Blue + Persimmon + Butterscotch

    Photo by Langdon Photography

    The Aesthetic: Cheerful and Whimsical 

    Floral Picks: Thistle, Cornflower, Pincushion Protea, Calla Lilies, Bittersweet Berries

    7. Plum + Ice Blue + Platinum Gray

    Photo Courtesy of Naturally Yours Events

    The Aesthetic: Sophisticated Shabby Chic

    Floral Picks: Sweet Peas, Silver Brunia Berries, Hydrangeas, Dusty Miller

    8. Spruce Green + Mocha + Dove

    Photo Courtesy of Dishie Vintage Rentals

    The Aesthetic: Woodland Inspired 

    Floral Picks: Eucalyptus, Roses, Paperwhites, Queen Anne's Lace

    9. Copper + Lilac + Medium Purple

    Photo by Catherine Mac Photography

    The Aesthetic: Contemporary and Playful

    Floral Picks: Hydrangeas, Orchids, Calla Lilies, Sweet Peas

    10. Cranberry + Fawn + Pastel Pink

    Photo by Jen Dillender Photography

    The Aesthetic: Rustic Romantic

    Floral Picks: Peonies, Dahlias, Roses, Carnations

    You May Also Like: 

    Fall Bouquets

    Romantic Fall Vineyard Styled Shoot

    10 Fabulous Fall Place Settings

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  • Photos By: Mary Swenson     A super-affordable (and quite charming) alternative to a large, single centerpiece is a cluster of small containers in the center of your table. For this project, we use plain glass juice glasses, but mini vases and even votive holders can have the same effect. Simply cover the container with decorative paper or fabric, and fill them each with inexpensive flowers, and you've got a pretty centerpiece in no time. Here are some ideas to get you started!     Cheesecloth is available in most grocery stores, and is a very budget-friendly fabric that's perfect to use for your wedding - it's white, soft, and gauzy, and looks so pretty wrapped around our glasses! White affords you the ability to pair it with any color or colors, and we thought that cheery yellow and white tulips would be a happy match.     Wrap patterned fabric around your vessels and pair it with flowers in a contrasting color for a sophisticated look for your table. Even everyday, grocery-store bought flowers like mums look gorgeous when they're clustered tightly with flowers of a similar hue.     If you're using three or more mini-containers, covering each one in a variety of shades from the same color family creates a fabulous look for your table. We kept our flowers white with this arrangement so that our beautiful color palette could take center stage.     Scrapbook paper comes in an endless variety of prints and patterns; choose your favorite complimentary sheets and combine them for a funky, modern look. Fill them with flowers that mimic the colors on the paper.     These centerpiece containers can do double-duty as favors or even table numbers; here, we covered our glasses in kraft paper and used adhesive letters to spell out the table number.  
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  • By: Victoria Hudgins

    This DIY packaging is a fresh and modern way to present small favors to guests.         Fill each cocoon with something fun to keep your guests busy (like these bright and nostalgic finger pops) and something sweet to snack on.   Materials: 1/2 craft glue- 1/2 water mixture Large spool of embroidery thread Balloons (1 balloon for every 2 favors)   Instructions:   1. Blow up your balloons and tie a length of thread to the end of the balloon.   2. Begin wrapping thread around the balloon, the messier the wrap the better.   3. Once you have a good covering over the entire balloon, dip a brush into the glue mixture and coat the entire balloon. Hang the balloon by its end to dry. Note: You could also use liquid fabric stiffener for this step in the project, just fill a large bowl and completely dip your wrapped balloons in.     4. Once dry, cut the balloon in half at the center width. Each balloon will make two separate cocoon wraps.      5. Gently pop each balloon and pull away from the fabric. Fill your wraps and tie together with a ribbon and simple tag.     6. Rest each favor on a place setting for a creative, modern touch.  
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    By: Danyelle Mathews   Creating charming escort cards for your wedding doesn't have to take a lot of time or resources. Simply gather a few basic, inexpensive supplies to produce this budget-savvy, casual-chic concept.      Supplies: Manilla shipping tags Chalkboard paint Foam paintbrush   Step One Arrange your tags on a large work surface     Step Two Dip the foam paintbrush into the chalkboard paint and apply one brushstroke to each tag.     Step Three Allow the paint to dry completely, then write guests names and seating information on the tags with chalk.     Step Four Display the tags using a fabric backdrop, coordinating yarn or string and wooden clothespins.     {Photos by: Danyelle Matthews}
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  • Project By: Janie Medley Photos By: Marvelous Things Photography   An easy and beautiful way for your guests to find their seating assignments, this escort card display board can be made with brightly colored carnations!     Materials Carnations (I used a mix of different shades of pinks – carnations from Fifty Flowers) Picture Frame Foam Board Pearl Pins Duct Tape Easel     Step One Place the frame over the foam board     Step Two Starting with the sides, cut the board down to the size of the picture frame.     Step Three Tape the foam board to the back of the picture frame with duct tape.     Step Three (cont).  Here’s the completed frame!     Step Four Cut the stems off the carnations.      Step Five Place the frame on the easel and insert the pearl pins through the middle of the carnation head to attach them to the board.     The completed board is so colorful and pretty!       Step Six Finally, attach the escort cards to the board with a pearl pin.      
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  • With the cooler weather and changing leaves, fall weddings are the perfect opportunity for the groom and his men to get a little more creative with their wedding day attire. Tweeds! Cardigans! Plaid shirts! Here's 7 fun examples of groomsmen looks we love for autumn. 

    1. CHECKED SHIRTS 

    Gingham and khakis are the perfect way compliment a solid suit at a more casual wedding. For a more coordinated look, have the groomsmen match their tie color to the groom's suit. Photo by Taylor Lord

    2. TWEED, TWEED, TWEED

    Heftier fabrics like courduroy and tweed will keep you warmer for an outdoor ceremony and add texture to photos. We love the way this groom paired his vest and jacket with the palette of reds and cranberries worn by his groomsmen. Perfect for Fall! Photo by Ryan Ray

    3. CHAMBRAY 

    A darker chambray shirt is the perfect undernote for a navy suit. When expertly pressed and fitted, the look acheives the near impossible: looking dressy without looking stuffy. Photo by Jen Huang 

    4. V-NECK SWEATERS

    V-neck sweaters and collared shirts are a polished casual look—why not bring it into your wedding party? We love the way this group differentiated the best man and groom with suspenders and a cardigan. Photo by Landon Jacob

    5. HUNTER GREEN ACCENTS

    When we think of Fall colors, we typically think of rustic reds and burnt oranges. But what about the color of pine trees? This wedding party looks totally dapper in their hunter green ties. Photo by Ryan Ray 

    6. CARDIGANS FOR EVERYONE 

    From cable knit to shawl collar, we love the way each guy in this wedding party is showing off his personality with a different kind of cardigan. The overall look is cozy and just a touch eclectic—perfect for a modern rustic wedding! Photo by Ryan Ray

    7. DARK JEANS 

    Normally we'd say jeans are an absolute no for any wedding party, but how cool does this group look? We love that they stuck with a darker wash and accessorized with tweed vests. Photo by The Nichols

    RELATED: 9 Creative Ways for Groomsmen to Show Off Their Style

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  • Photo by Taylor Lord Photography    Your girls worked hard to help you prepare for your wedding day -- now it's their turn to get ready! Indulge them while they prep for your I Do's with a thoughtful gift they can use on your wedding day and beyond. Five of our favorite ideas follow below. Stories You Might Also Like: Monogram Bridesmaid Gifts and Bow Gifts for Bridesmaids.    1. Pretty Robes  Matching putting-on-your-making ensembles is a fun way to bond the morning of your wedding. Our current favorite places to find pretty, feminine robes: Plum Pretty Sugar, Love Ophelia, and Journelle.    2. Monogrammed Oxfords  Oversized oxford button downs are another fun morning-of wardrobe option -- and they'll make for comfy sleepwear for your maids further down the road. Shop the men's section of department stores for a matching set, then take them to your local monogram shop to have them personalized. There's also several Etsy Vendors that will take care of the whole process for you -- we like the looks of Pretty Personal Gifts, Fine Thread Art, and Shop Mememto.    3. Garment Bags  She needs something to store her bridesmaid gown in, but a nice piece of luggage to use on business trips wouldn't hurt either. Equal parts stylish and chic, the options at Jen Darling Bags are fun choice.   4. Cosmetic Pouches   Gift each girl a roomy nylon or vinyl pouch to store their beauty supplies. The C. Wonder Monogram shop has some nice options, and Stephanie Johnson is our go-to for a plethora of on-trend sizes and styles.    5. Tube Socks  Don't have the budget to splurge on oxfords or robes? No worries -- cute pink-accented tube socks are a fun (and more affordable!) clothing option. We love the set over on Before The I Do's. 
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff     If you're looking for a simple wedding project that won't break the bank, these watercolor favor boxes are the perfect match. Use them as wedding favor boxes for guest, bridal party gifts, even as holiday packaging for presents wrapped sweetly under the tree.     Materials: Kraft box (any size) Scissors Super thick yarn White watercolor Paint brush

    How-To:

      1. Fold the box and prepare watercolors with a few drops of water in a small dish or palette.     2. Write a message with watercolors on the top of the box.     3. Fill with yummy bakery items or other sweet treats.     4. Add a card inside the box to say thanks to guests for coming to your wedding. Or pen a note to your bridal party to tell your bridesmaids how much they mean to you.     5. Close up the box and add a long piece of yarn. Tie it in a bow or add a giant yarn pouf to finish the package.   Voila!
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  • Hey, it's your big day! Why not glam up in style?

    1. Monogrammed Button Downs

    Photo by Andi Mans Photography

    The perfect personalized apparel for pampering. You don't have to worry about smudging make-up when you change! 

    2. Rhinestone Tank

    Photo by Meg Perotti Photography

    Primp in this skin-tight tank and remind everyone you're the star of the day with some rhinestone embellishment. 

    3. Colorful Floral Robes

    Photo by Christa Elyce Photography

    Channel spring's pallete by opting for robes with bright florals and loud colors.

    4.  Monogrammed Terry Cloth Robes

    Photo by Jodi Miller Photography

    Monogram your initials (or his!) into these cozy terry cloth robes for you and your best girls and enjoy a relaxing day of pampering. 

    5. Stylish & Slimming Robes

    Photo by Taylor Lord Photography

    Ditch your tired shower robe and opt for one with a shorter hemline and fun floral detailing.

    6.  Southern-inspired Plaids

    Photo by Katelyn James Photography

    Plaid button downs aren't just for crisp fall days and country concerts, get your gals to break out their old favorite to wear while you all get ready. 

    7.  Short & Silky Robes

    Photo by N. Barrett Photography

    These pastel pink and off-white robes will be a primping necessity long after your big day has come and gone. 

    8. Boyfriend Shirts

    Photo by Spindle Photography

    An over-sized dress shirt might just be the most comfortable thing since sweatpants, get matching monogrammed ones for your whole bridal party. 

    9. Playfully Pink Robes

    Photo by Millie Holloman Photography

    Get all gussied up in this girly get-up. There's no doubt that all your gals will look pretty in pink.  

    10.  Personalized Spa Robe

    Photo by Spindle Photography

    Inscribe your future last name onto the back of a comfy robe you can wear for years to come. 

    11. Full-coverage Wraps

    Photo by Caroline + Ben Photography

    Bundle up in these full-length robes, perfect for a fall or winter wedding. 

     

     

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  • Whether your ceremony is long or short, you want your guests to be comfortable during the proceedings. Gift your nearest and dearest with useful items pre-ceremony to make sure this important event is even more memorable and enjoyable.

    Ceremony Programs
    Your guests will have a lot of questions during the ceremony. Who’s in the bridal party? What types of rituals should I expect? What’s that song? Answer your guests’ questions by providing them with programs – or post a sign that includes all of the pertinent information.


    Photo by IQphoto Studio

    Something to Drink

    In warmer weather, provide your guests with a refreshment either before the ceremony, or if drinks are allowed in your venue, during the event. Bottled water is a good bet, since it’s in a sealable container that’s less likely to spill – and a custom label adds a cute, personal touch.


    Photos by (from left): PW Photography, Jason Burns Photography

    Fans

    Fans can be a nice giveaway for indoor or outdoor ceremony in warmer climates. And by printing your ceremony programs on a fan, it will do double duty.


    Photo by Aaron Watson Photography

    Parasols

    If your outdoor ceremony is under a blazing sun, your guests will appreciate having the extra shade.


    Photo by Whittaker Portraits

    Sunglasses

    It’s a good idea to check out your ceremony location at the exact time when you’re planning on getting married. If you’re concerned your guests will be squinting in the sun, sunglasses are a good favor idea.


    Photo by Hearts and Horseshoes Photography

    Shawls or Blankets

    Depending where you’re getting married, there may be a risk of a slight chill in the air during the spring and fall seasons. That doesn’t mean you should avoid an outdoor ceremony entirely, but consider your guests’ comfort by providing them with shawls or blankets to cuddle up with.


    Photo by Nelly - Photographer

    Tissues

    Place boxes of tissues at the end of every row in case your guests shed some (happy!) tears.


    Photo by Hearts and Horseshoes Photography

    Something Fun for the Recessional

    Whether it’s confetti, ribbon wands, streamers, flower petals, or something completely different, asking your guests to wave or toss something during the recessional can add a fun celebratory element and make for a great photo op!


    Photos by (from left): Gideon Photography, Rachel Robertson Photography

    Check out more fun favor ideas by following our Favors Editor »

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  • With the air getting chilly and crisp and Thanksgiving just around the corner, we've got our minds on rich autumn hues. Give your fall wedding a festive touch with one of these dreamy, seasonally inspired palettes. 

    1. Burgundy + Terra Cotta + Shale Green

    Photo Courtesy of Alisa Lewis Event Design

    The Aesthetic: Earthy and Natural

    Floral Picks: Ranunculus, Cosmos, Roses, Eucalyptus, Hypericum Berries

    2. Mustard + Pale Pink + Stone

    Photo Courtesy of Petal Floral Design

    The Aesthetic: Countryside Garden

    Floral Picks: Garden Roses, Alstromeria, Craspedia

    3. Ink Blue + Mushroom + Deep Mulberry

    Photo by Eyelet Images

    The Aesthetic: Old World Elegance

    Floral Picks: Dahlias, Ranunculus, Calla Lilies

    4. Fuchsia + Pomegranate + Raspberry

    Photo by OKRFOTO

    The Aesthetic: Vibrant and Glam

    Floral Picks: Roses, Dahlias, Ranunculus, Peonies

    5. Sienna + Ginger + Pale Rose

    Photo Courtesy of LB Floral

    The Aesthetic: Soft and Ethereal

    Floral Picks: Antique Roses, Waxflower, Cymbidium Orchids

    6. Thistle Blue + Persimmon + Butterscotch

    Photo by Langdon Photography

    The Aesthetic: Cheerful and Whimsical 

    Floral Picks: Thistle, Cornflower, Pincushion Protea, Calla Lilies, Bittersweet Berries

    7. Plum + Ice Blue + Platinum Gray

    Photo Courtesy of Naturally Yours Events

    The Aesthetic: Sophisticated Shabby Chic

    Floral Picks: Sweet Peas, Silver Brunia Berries, Hydrangeas, Dusty Miller

    8. Spruce Green + Mocha + Dove

    Photo Courtesy of Dishie Vintage Rentals

    The Aesthetic: Woodland Inspired 

    Floral Picks: Eucalyptus, Roses, Paperwhites, Queen Anne's Lace

    9. Copper + Lilac + Medium Purple

    Photo by Catherine Mac Photography

    The Aesthetic: Contemporary and Playful

    Floral Picks: Hydrangeas, Orchids, Calla Lilies, Sweet Peas

    10. Cranberry + Fawn + Pastel Pink

    Photo by Jen Dillender Photography

    The Aesthetic: Rustic Romantic

    Floral Picks: Peonies, Dahlias, Roses, Carnations

    You May Also Like: 

    Fall Bouquets

    Romantic Fall Vineyard Styled Shoot

    10 Fabulous Fall Place Settings

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  • Photos By: Mary Swenson     A super-affordable (and quite charming) alternative to a large, single centerpiece is a cluster of small containers in the center of your table. For this project, we use plain glass juice glasses, but mini vases and even votive holders can have the same effect. Simply cover the container with decorative paper or fabric, and fill them each with inexpensive flowers, and you've got a pretty centerpiece in no time. Here are some ideas to get you started!     Cheesecloth is available in most grocery stores, and is a very budget-friendly fabric that's perfect to use for your wedding - it's white, soft, and gauzy, and looks so pretty wrapped around our glasses! White affords you the ability to pair it with any color or colors, and we thought that cheery yellow and white tulips would be a happy match.     Wrap patterned fabric around your vessels and pair it with flowers in a contrasting color for a sophisticated look for your table. Even everyday, grocery-store bought flowers like mums look gorgeous when they're clustered tightly with flowers of a similar hue.     If you're using three or more mini-containers, covering each one in a variety of shades from the same color family creates a fabulous look for your table. We kept our flowers white with this arrangement so that our beautiful color palette could take center stage.     Scrapbook paper comes in an endless variety of prints and patterns; choose your favorite complimentary sheets and combine them for a funky, modern look. Fill them with flowers that mimic the colors on the paper.     These centerpiece containers can do double-duty as favors or even table numbers; here, we covered our glasses in kraft paper and used adhesive letters to spell out the table number.  
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  • By: Victoria Hudgins

    This DIY packaging is a fresh and modern way to present small favors to guests.         Fill each cocoon with something fun to keep your guests busy (like these bright and nostalgic finger pops) and something sweet to snack on.   Materials: 1/2 craft glue- 1/2 water mixture Large spool of embroidery thread Balloons (1 balloon for every 2 favors)   Instructions:   1. Blow up your balloons and tie a length of thread to the end of the balloon.   2. Begin wrapping thread around the balloon, the messier the wrap the better.   3. Once you have a good covering over the entire balloon, dip a brush into the glue mixture and coat the entire balloon. Hang the balloon by its end to dry. Note: You could also use liquid fabric stiffener for this step in the project, just fill a large bowl and completely dip your wrapped balloons in.     4. Once dry, cut the balloon in half at the center width. Each balloon will make two separate cocoon wraps.      5. Gently pop each balloon and pull away from the fabric. Fill your wraps and tie together with a ribbon and simple tag.     6. Rest each favor on a place setting for a creative, modern touch.  
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    By: Danyelle Mathews   Creating charming escort cards for your wedding doesn't have to take a lot of time or resources. Simply gather a few basic, inexpensive supplies to produce this budget-savvy, casual-chic concept.      Supplies: Manilla shipping tags Chalkboard paint Foam paintbrush   Step One Arrange your tags on a large work surface     Step Two Dip the foam paintbrush into the chalkboard paint and apply one brushstroke to each tag.     Step Three Allow the paint to dry completely, then write guests names and seating information on the tags with chalk.     Step Four Display the tags using a fabric backdrop, coordinating yarn or string and wooden clothespins.     {Photos by: Danyelle Matthews}
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