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  • Photo: This Modern Romance 

    Photo booths are all the rage at weddings, and why not? They keep your guests entertained! Here's our step-by-step guide to make your own. 

    Materials Needed:

    Digital point-and-shoot camera Camera tripod  Remote shutter release  Backdrop Props 

    The Camera - Place a digital point-and-shoot camera on top of an extended tripod at eye level, tunr on the flash (unless you're having a spotlight) and connect a remote shutter release so guests can take their own photos. As backup, have polaroid cameras on standby. 

    Photos (from left to right): This Modern Romance and Anjuli 

    The Backdrop - Pick a colored or patterned piece of fabric that you can hang. If you're having an indoor wedding, pin it to a wall, or if you're having an outdoor wedding hang from curtain rods, secure with rope, and nail into the ground. 

    Photos (from left to right): Shelly Kroeger Photography and Birds of a Feather

    The Props - Go on a scavenger hunt! Look for props in your own home (like scarves, hats, glasses, frames). or make your own from paper (lips, mustaches, ties). Even provide chalkboards or dry erase boards for guests to write messages on. 

    Photo: This Modern Romance 

    The Location - Choose an area that doesn't obstruct the flow of the reception, but is still easily accessible. If you're having an indoor reception, consider a hallway or corner of the ballroom, or if you're having an outdoor wedding, consider next to the DJ that way guests can pose to the beat. 

    Photo: This Modern Romance

    The Extras - After the wedding is all said and done, you're back from your honeymoon, and all the gifts are unwrapped and put away, go through the camera's SD card and save the ones you'd like to put into a scrapbook. Those memories will last a lifetime! 

     

     

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  • Green and yellow wedding color palettes are perfect for classic, vintage, or rustic weddings. These colors work perfectly with gold or ivory accents, and can be used seamlessly in flowers, dresses, cocktails, and invitations. We can't get enough of this beautiful combination, as it's truly timeless. Incorporate patterns throughout to give your decor some texture, but keep things on the simpler side. As for the dress - we suggest something loose with an empire waist, or a fitted lace gown that gives you the vintage feel. 

    Reception Photo courtesy of XOXO Bride

    Invitation by: Momental Designs via Swoon Over It Studio

    Bridesmaid Dresses Photo courtesy of Absolutely Events

    Bouquet Photo courtesy of Floral and Bloom Designs

    Cake by: Flour and Flower Designs via Rachel Thurston

    Discover more green wedding ideas!

     

     

     

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  • Romantic red! This is another timeless color that we see at all times of the year. More popular in the fall and winter, we've pulled together ideas that would be perfect for an autumn wedding. Add a bit of rustic with classic details to create this theme:

    Bridesmaid Dresses: Photo by Caroline Tran | Save Photo

    Ceremony Program: Photo by Emilia Jane Photography | Save Photo

    Bridal Bouquet: Photo by Abby Jiu Photography, Florals by Sidra Forman | Save Photo

    Jar Favors: Photos by Gideon Photography | Save Photo

    Shoes: Photos by Jennifer Kloss Photography | Save Photo

     

    See more of our favorite romantic red wedding ideas!

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  • By: Jeffra Trumpower

    Feeling lucky? How about this lovely shade of green for your wedding inspiration? We love this hue for a spring and summer wedding. A subtle color palette that looks beautiful against a vineyard, garden, or backyard setting. Ensure your reception and ceremony location doesn't have any other strong accent colors, as this light pastel will fade away quickly. Make sure to include other pretty pastels such as pinks, yellows, and oranges.  For this combination we decided to pair it with citrus hues, including lime, orange, and grapefruit, oh my!

    Shoes Photo by Oz Visuals | Save Photo

    Bridesmaids Photo by KT Merry | Save Photo

    Paper Lantern Decor Photo by Anushe Low | Save Photo

    Wreath Design by Beauty in the Making | Save Photo

    Bouquet Photo by Amy Arrington | Save Photo

     

    See more Mint Green Wedding Ideas »

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  • By: Jeffra Trumpower

    Pretty, pretty pink palettes!  Pale Pink wedding themes are typically seen in classic, modern, and shabby chic styled weddings. You'll often see them in a spectrum of hues, or accented by muted grays, blues, and lavender.  If you are looking for a romantic look, than a pale pink color palette is for you!   See below for some of our favorite pale pink color combination ideas. 

    Pale Pink & Lavender Weddings ~

    Seasons: Spring, Summer, Winter

    Accent Colors: Muted grays, Blues, Lavender

    Style: Classic, Modern, Shabby Chic

    Reception Photo by KT Merry | Save Photo

    Bouquet Photo by Erin Hearts Court | Save Photo

    Ranunculus Flowers Photo by Landon Jacob, Floral Design by Fern Studio | Save Photo

    Invitation Photo by NBarrett Photography, Stationery by Southern Fried Paper | Save Photo

    ~~~

    Pale Pink, Mint Green & Gray Weddings ~

    Seasons: Spring, Summer, Early Fall

    Accent Colors: Muted Grays and Greens

    Style: Classic, Shabby Chic, Rustic Chic

    Ribbon Chair Decor Photo by Ryan Ray | Save Photo

    Centerpiece Photo by Byron Loves Fawn | Save Photo

    Bouquet Photo by Desi Baytan | Save Photo

    Cake Photo by: At First Blush and Co. Events | Save Photo

    ~~~

    See More Pale Pink Wedding Photos »

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  • By: Sarah Zlotnick 

    From early love lessons to SAT prep, moms teach us a lot. They're by our sides through thick and thin, and, with any luck, have been the major helping hand in many of life's biggest moments. Sometimes it seems near impossible to pay Mom back for all her love and support, but hey—she is your mom. And because she's your mom, we guarantee she'll go all misty-eyed from even the smallest of gestures. Which is precisely why we're using this Mother's Day to brainstorm thoughtful ways to show some appreciation for the lady at your wedding. Our favorite ideas (besides wearing her wedding dress, of course) follow below—let us know what you'll be doing in the comments!  

    1. Have her walk you down the aisle!
    Don't think you need to find a male replacement for that moment if Dad's no longer in your life. In one of our favorite features on our blog One Lovely Day, Silka was escorted by her mother, and we have never seen a woman look more proud. Another idea: give one arm to Dad, one arm to Mom, and have both parents walk you down the aisle. |
    2. Give her a flower before the altar. Dad still doing the giving away? Take a moment before you step onto the altar to give your mother a flower from your bouquet. Purposefully singling her out right before you say your vows will show her (and everyone in attendance) how crucial her support has been in getting you there. The gesture will become even more special if you tuck one of her favorite blooms into your bouquet and present her with that.   3. Set aside a space dedicated to her memory. This beautiful idea comes from one of our Twitter followers (@MsMakeItRain29): If your mother has since passed, place a framed photo of her and her favorite flowers on the chair where she would have sat.   4. Include Mom in the getting ready fun. Book her a seat next to yours while you and your bridesmaids are getting your hair and makeup done. Involving her in this girls-only tradition will let her know know that you see her as a friend and confidant, which is the ultimate compliment.   5. Incorporate her wedding wear into your ceremony. In her New Jersey wedding, Marisa draped a dear late aunt's veil over her chuppah. We think this is an excellent compromise if you'd prefer to keep your bridal ensemble to yourself, but still want to show mom some respect for her marital history.   6. Recreate a moment from her wedding day. Sort through Mom's wedding pics and select a photo you find particularly striking (bonus points if it includes her parents). Suprise her by bringing the shot to your wedding and recreating the pose with your photographer—we guarantee she'll be touched by the gesture.     Photo by Briana Marie Photography
     
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  • Can't decide on your cake style? Then mini cakes may be the perfect solution for you.

    Let's start with a true mini! We love this individual cake, one for each and every guest. This is preferable if you are having a smaller wedding, naturally!

    White fondant and yellow frosting complete this simple yet sophisticated look.

    For the love of polka dots! Why not place a cake on each table as a centerpiece?!

    Sticking with a simple color palette, like yellow and white used here, keeps your dessert table looking clean and fresh. Opt for simple flowers, like these yellow rosebuds, as your cake topper.

    The grand master of the mini cake display!

    Another wonderful thing about a variety of cakes - all of the different flavors you can choose!

    Photos by: i am baker

     

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  • Cookouts are the best part of summer, especially on the 4th of July with family and friends. Who doesn't love hot dogs, hamburgers, and fireworks? Bring that laid-back vibe to your rehearsal dinner. Here's how to do it: 

    1. Big-Batch Chilled Beverages

    Photo by Katelyn James Photography

    Mix up big batchees of flavored water, lemonade, or sweet tea and let guests serve themselves! Use mason jars as glasses for an extra picnic-y feel. 

    2. Gingham & Sunflower Decor

    Photo by (from left to right) Chelsea Fuss and Nami Dadlani Photography

    Set your wooden banquet tables with checkered linens or napkins and use bright yellow sunflowers in your centerpieces. Here's our step-by-step guide to styling a summer table.

    3. Finger Foods

    Photo by Jose Villa

    Pass around bite-size burgers, BBQ sliders, pigs in a blanket, french fry shooters, and corn on the cob halves as appetizers. 

    4. Strawberry Shortcake

    Photo by Chelsea Fuss 

    We all scream for ice cream! As much as it would coof off guests, it would also quickly melt in the heat. Instead, try a strawberry shortcake. Light and sweet, it will leave guests feeling satisfied but not heavy. Here's a complete step-by-step receipe for creating the one pictured above. 

    5. Lawn Games

    Photo by Orange in Bloom

    Entertain your guests with lawn games such as cornhole, croquet, hula hoops, bocce ball, and badminton. 

    6. Outdoor Lounge

    Photo by Katelyn James Photography

    Countrify your backyard with an outdoor lounge of hay bales, quilts, and wooden barrels. 

    7. Bonfire Desserts

    Photo by MaryBeth Clouser Photography

    S'mores kits are an edible favor that your guests can enjoy while keeping warm by the fire. 

     

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  • Not sure which wedding style you want? If you’re searching for a venue filled with charm  — garden , vineyard, library, or historic home — our Style Editor’s ultimate romantic wedding guide is just for you:

    From the Stationery Editor – Choose a modern invitation suite with fun graphics (like Andie and Andrew’s orJennifer and Jamie’s).

     

    Photo: Jeff Loves Jessica 

    From the Fashion Editor - Flutter sleeves and delicate beading are just two of the dress details we love for romantic brides. Check out our top 10 romantic wedding dresses from Spring 2014 list!

    Photos (from left to right): Jenny Packham and Sarah Janks

    From the Beauty Editor - Equal parts ethereal and whimsical, a floral wreath is a must-have accessory for a romantic garden ceremony.

    Photos (from left to right): Jen Huang Photography and Ryan Ray Photography

    From the Jewelry Editor - Does it get any more lovely than this heart-shaped engagement ring?

    Photo: The Bird and The Bear 

    From the Favors Editor - Boxed up or on a platter, pink macarons are a sweet send-off for guests.

    Photo: Meg Perotti Photography

    From the Flowers Editor - Go for loose arrangements of fluffy pastel blooms and cascading greens in your bouquets and centerpieces.

    Photos (from left to right): Caroline Joy and Jessica Burke

    From the Decor Editor - A delicate bloom tied with a pretty bow makes a perfect place setting accent. And, of course, there’s nothing more romantic than soft candlelight.

    Photos (from left to right): Caroline Joy and Absolutely Events 

    From the Cakes Editor – Adorn your buttercream wedding cake with florals: garden roses, peonies, or dusty millers. See more floral wedding cakes here.

    Photos (from left to right): Sweet and Saucy Shop

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  • After you've found your cake baker, it's time to get down to business with deciding on a shape. Don't know how to choose? That's okay, here's a list of the most common: 

    Photo: Shelly Kroeger Photography

    Round - Some may think that it's too traditional for their liking, but it's actually the perfect (plain) shape for adding textured, swirled, or sculpted frosting. 

    Photo: Sweet & Saucy Shop

    Square - This is the modern alternative to a round shape because it's different yet still not over-the-top. Tip: Add a geometric or chevron pattern. 

    Photo: Dewey's Bakery

    Octagon - An eight-sided wonder that will draw attention to your dessert display even without decorations. 

    Photo: Three Little Blackbirds

    Petal - Referred to as the "scalloped" option because of it's resemblence of a flower, this is a must-have for garden wedding.

    Photo: Vanilla Bake Shop 

    Multi-Shape - A combination of round, square, and octagon. It can even be topsy turvy too! 

     

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  • Photo: This Modern Romance 

    Photo booths are all the rage at weddings, and why not? They keep your guests entertained! Here's our step-by-step guide to make your own. 

    Materials Needed:

    Digital point-and-shoot camera Camera tripod  Remote shutter release  Backdrop Props 

    The Camera - Place a digital point-and-shoot camera on top of an extended tripod at eye level, tunr on the flash (unless you're having a spotlight) and connect a remote shutter release so guests can take their own photos. As backup, have polaroid cameras on standby. 

    Photos (from left to right): This Modern Romance and Anjuli 

    The Backdrop - Pick a colored or patterned piece of fabric that you can hang. If you're having an indoor wedding, pin it to a wall, or if you're having an outdoor wedding hang from curtain rods, secure with rope, and nail into the ground. 

    Photos (from left to right): Shelly Kroeger Photography and Birds of a Feather

    The Props - Go on a scavenger hunt! Look for props in your own home (like scarves, hats, glasses, frames). or make your own from paper (lips, mustaches, ties). Even provide chalkboards or dry erase boards for guests to write messages on. 

    Photo: This Modern Romance 

    The Location - Choose an area that doesn't obstruct the flow of the reception, but is still easily accessible. If you're having an indoor reception, consider a hallway or corner of the ballroom, or if you're having an outdoor wedding, consider next to the DJ that way guests can pose to the beat. 

    Photo: This Modern Romance

    The Extras - After the wedding is all said and done, you're back from your honeymoon, and all the gifts are unwrapped and put away, go through the camera's SD card and save the ones you'd like to put into a scrapbook. Those memories will last a lifetime! 

     

     

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  • Green and yellow wedding color palettes are perfect for classic, vintage, or rustic weddings. These colors work perfectly with gold or ivory accents, and can be used seamlessly in flowers, dresses, cocktails, and invitations. We can't get enough of this beautiful combination, as it's truly timeless. Incorporate patterns throughout to give your decor some texture, but keep things on the simpler side. As for the dress - we suggest something loose with an empire waist, or a fitted lace gown that gives you the vintage feel. 

    Reception Photo courtesy of XOXO Bride

    Invitation by: Momental Designs via Swoon Over It Studio

    Bridesmaid Dresses Photo courtesy of Absolutely Events

    Bouquet Photo courtesy of Floral and Bloom Designs

    Cake by: Flour and Flower Designs via Rachel Thurston

    Discover more green wedding ideas!

     

     

     

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  • Romantic red! This is another timeless color that we see at all times of the year. More popular in the fall and winter, we've pulled together ideas that would be perfect for an autumn wedding. Add a bit of rustic with classic details to create this theme:

    Bridesmaid Dresses: Photo by Caroline Tran | Save Photo

    Ceremony Program: Photo by Emilia Jane Photography | Save Photo

    Bridal Bouquet: Photo by Abby Jiu Photography, Florals by Sidra Forman | Save Photo

    Jar Favors: Photos by Gideon Photography | Save Photo

    Shoes: Photos by Jennifer Kloss Photography | Save Photo

     

    See more of our favorite romantic red wedding ideas!

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  • By: Jeffra Trumpower

    Feeling lucky? How about this lovely shade of green for your wedding inspiration? We love this hue for a spring and summer wedding. A subtle color palette that looks beautiful against a vineyard, garden, or backyard setting. Ensure your reception and ceremony location doesn't have any other strong accent colors, as this light pastel will fade away quickly. Make sure to include other pretty pastels such as pinks, yellows, and oranges.  For this combination we decided to pair it with citrus hues, including lime, orange, and grapefruit, oh my!

    Shoes Photo by Oz Visuals | Save Photo

    Bridesmaids Photo by KT Merry | Save Photo

    Paper Lantern Decor Photo by Anushe Low | Save Photo

    Wreath Design by Beauty in the Making | Save Photo

    Bouquet Photo by Amy Arrington | Save Photo

     

    See more Mint Green Wedding Ideas »

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  • By: Jeffra Trumpower

    Pretty, pretty pink palettes!  Pale Pink wedding themes are typically seen in classic, modern, and shabby chic styled weddings. You'll often see them in a spectrum of hues, or accented by muted grays, blues, and lavender.  If you are looking for a romantic look, than a pale pink color palette is for you!   See below for some of our favorite pale pink color combination ideas. 

    Pale Pink & Lavender Weddings ~

    Seasons: Spring, Summer, Winter

    Accent Colors: Muted grays, Blues, Lavender

    Style: Classic, Modern, Shabby Chic

    Reception Photo by KT Merry | Save Photo

    Bouquet Photo by Erin Hearts Court | Save Photo

    Ranunculus Flowers Photo by Landon Jacob, Floral Design by Fern Studio | Save Photo

    Invitation Photo by NBarrett Photography, Stationery by Southern Fried Paper | Save Photo

    ~~~

    Pale Pink, Mint Green & Gray Weddings ~

    Seasons: Spring, Summer, Early Fall

    Accent Colors: Muted Grays and Greens

    Style: Classic, Shabby Chic, Rustic Chic

    Ribbon Chair Decor Photo by Ryan Ray | Save Photo

    Centerpiece Photo by Byron Loves Fawn | Save Photo

    Bouquet Photo by Desi Baytan | Save Photo

    Cake Photo by: At First Blush and Co. Events | Save Photo

    ~~~

    See More Pale Pink Wedding Photos »

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  • By: Sarah Zlotnick 

    From early love lessons to SAT prep, moms teach us a lot. They're by our sides through thick and thin, and, with any luck, have been the major helping hand in many of life's biggest moments. Sometimes it seems near impossible to pay Mom back for all her love and support, but hey—she is your mom. And because she's your mom, we guarantee she'll go all misty-eyed from even the smallest of gestures. Which is precisely why we're using this Mother's Day to brainstorm thoughtful ways to show some appreciation for the lady at your wedding. Our favorite ideas (besides wearing her wedding dress, of course) follow below—let us know what you'll be doing in the comments!  

    1. Have her walk you down the aisle!
    Don't think you need to find a male replacement for that moment if Dad's no longer in your life. In one of our favorite features on our blog One Lovely Day, Silka was escorted by her mother, and we have never seen a woman look more proud. Another idea: give one arm to Dad, one arm to Mom, and have both parents walk you down the aisle. |
    2. Give her a flower before the altar. Dad still doing the giving away? Take a moment before you step onto the altar to give your mother a flower from your bouquet. Purposefully singling her out right before you say your vows will show her (and everyone in attendance) how crucial her support has been in getting you there. The gesture will become even more special if you tuck one of her favorite blooms into your bouquet and present her with that.   3. Set aside a space dedicated to her memory. This beautiful idea comes from one of our Twitter followers (@MsMakeItRain29): If your mother has since passed, place a framed photo of her and her favorite flowers on the chair where she would have sat.   4. Include Mom in the getting ready fun. Book her a seat next to yours while you and your bridesmaids are getting your hair and makeup done. Involving her in this girls-only tradition will let her know know that you see her as a friend and confidant, which is the ultimate compliment.   5. Incorporate her wedding wear into your ceremony. In her New Jersey wedding, Marisa draped a dear late aunt's veil over her chuppah. We think this is an excellent compromise if you'd prefer to keep your bridal ensemble to yourself, but still want to show mom some respect for her marital history.   6. Recreate a moment from her wedding day. Sort through Mom's wedding pics and select a photo you find particularly striking (bonus points if it includes her parents). Suprise her by bringing the shot to your wedding and recreating the pose with your photographer—we guarantee she'll be touched by the gesture.     Photo by Briana Marie Photography
     
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  • Can't decide on your cake style? Then mini cakes may be the perfect solution for you.

    Let's start with a true mini! We love this individual cake, one for each and every guest. This is preferable if you are having a smaller wedding, naturally!

    White fondant and yellow frosting complete this simple yet sophisticated look.

    For the love of polka dots! Why not place a cake on each table as a centerpiece?!

    Sticking with a simple color palette, like yellow and white used here, keeps your dessert table looking clean and fresh. Opt for simple flowers, like these yellow rosebuds, as your cake topper.

    The grand master of the mini cake display!

    Another wonderful thing about a variety of cakes - all of the different flavors you can choose!

    Photos by: i am baker

     

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  • Cookouts are the best part of summer, especially on the 4th of July with family and friends. Who doesn't love hot dogs, hamburgers, and fireworks? Bring that laid-back vibe to your rehearsal dinner. Here's how to do it: 

    1. Big-Batch Chilled Beverages

    Photo by Katelyn James Photography

    Mix up big batchees of flavored water, lemonade, or sweet tea and let guests serve themselves! Use mason jars as glasses for an extra picnic-y feel. 

    2. Gingham & Sunflower Decor

    Photo by (from left to right) Chelsea Fuss and Nami Dadlani Photography

    Set your wooden banquet tables with checkered linens or napkins and use bright yellow sunflowers in your centerpieces. Here's our step-by-step guide to styling a summer table.

    3. Finger Foods

    Photo by Jose Villa

    Pass around bite-size burgers, BBQ sliders, pigs in a blanket, french fry shooters, and corn on the cob halves as appetizers. 

    4. Strawberry Shortcake

    Photo by Chelsea Fuss 

    We all scream for ice cream! As much as it would coof off guests, it would also quickly melt in the heat. Instead, try a strawberry shortcake. Light and sweet, it will leave guests feeling satisfied but not heavy. Here's a complete step-by-step receipe for creating the one pictured above. 

    5. Lawn Games

    Photo by Orange in Bloom

    Entertain your guests with lawn games such as cornhole, croquet, hula hoops, bocce ball, and badminton. 

    6. Outdoor Lounge

    Photo by Katelyn James Photography

    Countrify your backyard with an outdoor lounge of hay bales, quilts, and wooden barrels. 

    7. Bonfire Desserts

    Photo by MaryBeth Clouser Photography

    S'mores kits are an edible favor that your guests can enjoy while keeping warm by the fire. 

     

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  • Not sure which wedding style you want? If you’re searching for a venue filled with charm  — garden , vineyard, library, or historic home — our Style Editor’s ultimate romantic wedding guide is just for you:

    From the Stationery Editor – Choose a modern invitation suite with fun graphics (like Andie and Andrew’s orJennifer and Jamie’s).

     

    Photo: Jeff Loves Jessica 

    From the Fashion Editor - Flutter sleeves and delicate beading are just two of the dress details we love for romantic brides. Check out our top 10 romantic wedding dresses from Spring 2014 list!

    Photos (from left to right): Jenny Packham and Sarah Janks

    From the Beauty Editor - Equal parts ethereal and whimsical, a floral wreath is a must-have accessory for a romantic garden ceremony.

    Photos (from left to right): Jen Huang Photography and Ryan Ray Photography

    From the Jewelry Editor - Does it get any more lovely than this heart-shaped engagement ring?

    Photo: The Bird and The Bear 

    From the Favors Editor - Boxed up or on a platter, pink macarons are a sweet send-off for guests.

    Photo: Meg Perotti Photography

    From the Flowers Editor - Go for loose arrangements of fluffy pastel blooms and cascading greens in your bouquets and centerpieces.

    Photos (from left to right): Caroline Joy and Jessica Burke

    From the Decor Editor - A delicate bloom tied with a pretty bow makes a perfect place setting accent. And, of course, there’s nothing more romantic than soft candlelight.

    Photos (from left to right): Caroline Joy and Absolutely Events 

    From the Cakes Editor – Adorn your buttercream wedding cake with florals: garden roses, peonies, or dusty millers. See more floral wedding cakes here.

    Photos (from left to right): Sweet and Saucy Shop

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  • After you've found your cake baker, it's time to get down to business with deciding on a shape. Don't know how to choose? That's okay, here's a list of the most common: 

    Photo: Shelly Kroeger Photography

    Round - Some may think that it's too traditional for their liking, but it's actually the perfect (plain) shape for adding textured, swirled, or sculpted frosting. 

    Photo: Sweet & Saucy Shop

    Square - This is the modern alternative to a round shape because it's different yet still not over-the-top. Tip: Add a geometric or chevron pattern. 

    Photo: Dewey's Bakery

    Octagon - An eight-sided wonder that will draw attention to your dessert display even without decorations. 

    Photo: Three Little Blackbirds

    Petal - Referred to as the "scalloped" option because of it's resemblence of a flower, this is a must-have for garden wedding.

    Photo: Vanilla Bake Shop 

    Multi-Shape - A combination of round, square, and octagon. It can even be topsy turvy too! 

     

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