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  • Planning a tented ceremony or reception? Check out some of our favorite ways to adorn the ceilings!

    1. Suspended Stars

    Photo by Samuel Lippke

    Clusters of metallic stars bring an intimate feel to this stunning open air tent.

    2. Floral Wreaths

    Photo by Sarah Kate Photographer

    Add a touch of color and romance with a blooming wreath and hanging candles. 

    3. Pendant Lamps

    Photo by Michele M. Waite

    Drum shade chandeliers with black trim complete this contemporary look. 

    4. Unexpected Greenery

    Photo by Perez Photography

    We love the idea of using leafy greens to cover exposed beams! And these blown-glass pendants are to die for.

    5. Bare Branches

    Photo by Jeff Loves Jessica

    For a unique take on rustic decor, opt for branches mixed with twinkle lights, crystal beans, and votives.

    6. Classic White Draping 

    Photo by Theo Milo

    Of course, we had to include this stunning classic. White ruched draping and crystal chandeliers is always an elegant combination. 

    7. Cascading Florals

    Photo by Samuel Lippke

    Go over-the-top glam with lavish floral arrangements adorning the ceiling.

    8. Antler Chandeliers

    Photo by Perez Photography

    We especially love this concept for a wedding in the mountains!

    9. Skinny Stripes

    Photo by Jose Villa

    These geometric glass lanterns provide just the right amount of contrast against this classic, preppy pattern. 

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  • Here at PW, we're big fans of weddings in which the bridesmaids carries something a little different from the bride—and we're even bigger fans of bridesmaids carrying something different from flowers altogether! Not only does this cut down on flower costs, but it also lends a unique level of texture to wedding party photos. Nine of the most unique ideas we've come across follow below—here's to hoping they inspire you! 

    Related: Unique Bride Bouquets

    1. Pinwheels 

    Photo by Katelyn James

    A fun, festive idea for a preppy summer wedding. 

    2. Dreamcatcher

    Photo by onelove photography

    The ultimate boho-chic wedding accessory. 

    3. Wheat 

    Photo by onelove photography

    Sounds weird at first—but it totally works! 

    4. Fabric Flowers

    Photos by Abby Grace and Melissa Copeland

    Fabric flowers last forever—and double as a wonderful keepsake from the wedding. Gift each bridesmaid a pretty vase to store them in at home! 

    5. Porcelain Flowers

    Photo by Jessica Loren 

    Another excquisite-looking keepsake idea for your 'maids to cherish long after the wedding. 

    6. Single Stems 

    Photos by Jose Villa and Theo Milo 

    These can be paper flowers or regular blooms—either way the effect is absolutely striking when paired with a fuller bride bouquet! Head here for even more single stem inspiration. 

    7. Ribbon Streamers 

    Photo by Ariane Moshayedi

    This is more of a fun idea for what's below the bouquet. Wrap stems in multiple ribbons, and use different shades for the bridesmaids.

    8. Strictly Greens

    Photo by Melissa Oholendt

    Fun for an eco-friendly wedding—or for a couple that just really likes the shade!

    9. Shoots

     

    Photos by Melissa Oholendt

    You know those interesting looking berries and leaves that typically surround flowers in a bouquet? Well, why not create arrangements using just those? Clearly the effect is jsut as striking. 

    SEE MORE BRIDESMAID BOUQUETS

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  • From ruffles and bows to suspenders and plaids, here are some looks all southern couples are sure to love.

    1. Neutral Dresses and Cowgirl Boots

    Photo by Earthmuse Photography

    The variation of neutral above-the-knee dresses with lace detailing make for a quintessential southern bridal party, especially when paired with cowgirl boots. 

    2. Pinstripe Suspenders

    Photo by Maxwell Monty Photography

    The classy southern gent will feel right at home in these pinstripe suspenders. Ditch the coat and just pair with dress pants for a more casual groomsmen look. 

    3. Pale Purple Dresses

    Photo by Feather and Twine Photography

    From the bateau neckline and off-center bow, these knee-length bridesmaids dresses are perfect for a southern-style wedding. 

    4. Chinos

    Photo by Jodi Miller Photography

    We love these chinos paired with a pale green tie, creating both a fashionable and comfortable southern look for the groomsmen. 

    5. Spring Floral Dresses

    Photo by Oz Visuals 

    These voluminous flared pale floral dresses are the perfect way to embrace your inner southern belle. 

    6. Plaid Bow Ties and Suspenders

    Photo by Steven and Lily Photography

    Add a pop of southern style to your wedding with small details like these orange plaid bow ties and skinny gray suspenders. 

    7. Pastel Pink Dresses

    Photo by Suzanne Rothmeyer Photography

    These dresses are fun, flirty and feminine, reminiscent qualities of a charming southern belle. 

    8. Trendy and Tan Suits

    Photo by Joielala Photography

    Calling all charming southern gentleman! Opt for preppy tan suits paired with a matching pink tie and pocket square. 

    9. Cowgirls and Cowboys

    Photo by Troy Grover Photography

    Don't hide that southern pride! Ladies, go all out with cowgirl hats and boots. Gents, don rustic dress pants and classic suspenders. 

    10. Pastels and Stripes

    Photo by Melissa Oholendt Photography

    Bold stripes on the bridesmaids dresses and groomsmen ties create an adorable matching look fit for a southern spring wedding. 

     

     

     

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  • We get it. Mini bags of candy and kitschy beer coozies aren't for everyone—and that's OK! If you're skeptical when it comes to wedding favors, there are more than enough alternative options out there. Our general advice: stick to something experiencial/edible. Guests are more likely to opt into the favor if they feel it's part of the wedding process, and, as far as edible goes, we bet they're going to be hungry after boogeying down on the dance floor :)

    Related: Boozy Wedding Favors

    1. Fast Food 

    Photo by Troy Grover Photographers 

    Have your wedding planner/a helpful guest discreetly place a tray of burgers and fries at the exit door. Guests will be glad to have something yummy to help them soak up the alcohol—and this keeps them from having to make the late-night run themselves! 

    2. Making a Donation 

    Photo by Spindle Photography 

    Put the money you would have used on wedding favors towards a cause that's near and dear to your heart—guests will be touched that you're contributing to the common good in their honor. 

    3. Send-Off Tools 

    Photo by Melissa Copeland Photography 

    Hand out bubble wands or sparklers towards the end of the night, and tell guests to use them as you make your getaway. They'll be instantly more inclined to use them if they know it helps to make your day special! 

    4. Surprise Food Truck 

    Photo by This Modern Romance

    Go one step further with the late night snack idea and have your favorite food truck show up! This foodie trend will provide some truly memorable fuel for the wedding after party. 

    5. An After-the-Fact Favor 

    Photo by This Modern Romance 

    This idea works best for a smaller wedding: Browse through photo booth photos and find your favorite of each guest. Include the shot in your thank you note to them, or simply write your thank you note directly on the back of the pic. 

    BROWSE MORE WEDDING FAVOR IDEAS

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  • Photo by Anne Robert Photography

    Looking for an easy, stylish way to enhance your wedding decor? Try photo frames! Here are some clever ways to use these decorative elements to pretty up your big day. 

    1. Ceremony Backdrop

    Photo by Genevieve Renee Photographie

    Frame a large piece of fabric to use instead of a traditional altar or chuppah. 

    2. Escort Card Display

     

    Photo by Dixie Pixel Photography

    Fasten strands of ribbon, thread, or fishing wire across a large photo frame and hang your escort cards from mini clothespins. 

    3. Hanging Family Photo Display

    Photo by Ryan Ray

    Frame old family photos of your parents and grandparents on their wedding day and hang them from trees for a unique display. 

    4. Frame Backdrop

    Photo by EE Photography

    Cover a wall with empty frames of various sizes, shapes, and styles for a creative backdrop. 

    5. Giant Photo Backdrop

    Photo by Heather Kincaid

    Instead of a traditional photo booth, have guests pose in front of an oversized frame!

    6. Floating Frames

    Photo by Leila Brewster

    Suspend frames to create faux "walls" in an outdoor space. 

    7. Hanging Flowers

     

    Photo by Whitmeyer Photography

    Arrange blooms in little bud vases and hang them from the top of a large photo frame for a unique floral display. 

    8. Framed Place Cards

    Photo by Shannon Cronin Photography

    Display the guests-of-honor's place cards in nice silver frames they can keep forever. 

    9. Centerpiece Accents

    Photo by Kara Schultz

    Stack mixed frames at the base of your centerpieces for a vintage-inspired look. 

    10. Framed Table Numbers

    Photo by Paper Antler Photography

    Photo frames are a perfect way to instantly dress up your table numbers!

    11. Framed Signage

    Photo by Blush by B

    Make your wedding signs extra lovely with large, decorative frames.

     

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  • Photo booths are our favorite way to encourage one-of-a-kind pics of your weddings guests. Be the star of their Instagram feed by setting up one of these cool backdrops—all of which you can pretty much pull off on your own! 

    1. Flower Wall 

    Photo by Ali Harper 

    Definitey one of the coolest ideas we've come across as of late. Cut individual blooms (or use fake flowers) and tape to a clean white wall in a haphazard fashion. 

    2. Hanging Fabric 

    Photo by Maria Mack Photography 

    This idea is super easy for an outdoor wedding. Hang a clothesline between two trees, then drape two similarly colored fabrics using clothespins. White or ivory lace tablecloths work well if you want guests' outfits to pop but don't want to sacrifice texture. 

    3. Arranged Antiques 

    Photo by Maxwell Monty Photography

    This option takes a bit more styling, but we know you can do it! Gather an assortment of vintage furniture and other props, and make sure there are layers to your "set". This gives guests something to interact with, which will make their photos even more fun. Psst—love those oversized flowers? Get a similar style at BHLDN. 

    4. Streamer Ribbons

    Photo by Matushek Photography

    Maximum impact for minimal work—simply hang streamers in your wedding colors from the ceiling! 

    5. Light Pendants 

    Photo by The Nichols

    A simply designed way to add some electricity to an evening reception. 

    6. A Pre-Built Wall 

    Photo by Rebecca Amber Photography 

    Wallpaper and painted frames offer a bunch of fun spaces for guests to pop their heads through. Set a chair or two in front of the wall to encourage guests to pose on both sides. 

    7. Vintage Furniture + String Lights 

    Photo by Jen Yuson Photography

    Proof positive that photo booths don't need a completely covered back drop to be effective.  

    BROWSE MORE PHOTO BOOTH IDEAS

     

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  • Can't help falling in love - Ingrid Michaelson 

    Lights (Acoustic?) - Ellie Goulding 

    We Found Love - Lights/Rihanna 

    Don't You Worry Child - Anthem Lights cover 

    MIrror - Justin Timberlake, Anthem Lights cover

    (End) 2012 Mash-up - Anthem Lights 

    Clarity - Zedd, cover (acoustic?) 

    The Other Side - Jason Derulo 

    Love Somebody - Maroon 5 (?) 

    Stay - Rihanna 

    I Need Your Love - Calvin Harris / Pentatonix cover

     

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  • Innovative ways for you and your guests to dine and drink the night away!

    1. Intimate Family Dinner

    Photo by Jodi Miller Photography

    If your wedding guests are strictly family and close friends, opt for a cozier seating arrangement so it feels just like a classic family dinner. 

    2. Squared Seating

    Photo by Happy Confetti Photography

    These square-shaped tables can fit 9 people comfortably around it. This set-up allows everyone at the table to easily interact, no shouting required.

    3. Cafeteria-Style Dining

    Photo by Andi Mans Photography

    Throwback to your high school days with this arrangement. Interacting with guests just became easier with this back to back set-up.

    4.  Raised Platform

    Photo by Meg Perotti Photography

    Place your table a step up from your guests so all eyes stay glued to you. It's also a great place for your best pals to give their toasts. 

    5. U-Shaped Table

    Photo by Julie Cate Photography

    If you're being somewhat selective about your wedding guests, opt for a u-shaped arrangement, with chairs on either side. This gives people space to easily mingle with others.

    6. Round Arrangement

    Photo by Jodi Miller Photography

    A classic choice for many couples, seating people around a table gives people a more personal and intimate experience with other guests. 

    7. A Long, Rectangular Table

    Photo by Weston Neuschafer Photography

    Crowding around one big table after the ceremony will make everyone feel more connected to one another. Go with family-style serving to match the lay-out. 

    8. Dining Room Tables

    Photo by Viera Photographics

    Want an intimate dinner for a few hundred people? By setting up tables of 8-10 guests, everyone can have the family dinner experience without feeling overwhelmed. 

    9. Mix and Match

    Photo by Birds of a Feather Photography

    Give guests the communal dining feeling with longer tables, but go for a u shape for your wedding party and close family.

     10. Backyard Seating

    Photo by Landon Jacob Photography

    If you've got a few hundred people and very limited space, try multiple u-shaped arrangments beside one another to create a community feel while avoiding overcrowding. 

    11. Romantic Private Dinner

    Photo by Birds of a Feather Photography

    Whether it's strictly close family, or you just want to stand out from the crowd, this private arrangement is perfect for the couple craving rustic intimacy. 

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  • Fun and unique ways to guide your guests to their tables! 

    1. Magnetic Field

      Photo by Kurt Boomer Photography

     

    A modern twist on the refigerator magnet, this is a fun way for guests to find their seats.  

    2.  Dog-loving Cards

    Photo by Caroline Tran Photography

    Animal lovers, let these precious pooches capture the hearts of your guests. 

    3. Rustic Keys

    Photo by Christa Elyce Photography

    Your guests hold the key to their seats with this adorable DIY touch. 

    4. Clothes Line

    Photo by Jeff Loves Jessica

    Put a twist on this old-fashioned drying technique by using it as a modern way for guests to find their tables. 

     

    5. Flower Pots

    Photo by Jodi Miller Photography

    Bring your reception to life with springtime pastel flowers and fancy calligraphy to get people into their seats.

    6. Luggage Tags

    Photo by KT Merry Photography

    Transform never-before used luggage identifiers into escort cards, the perfect accent to a rustic southern wedding. 

    7.  Dangling Diamonds

     

    Photo by Landon Jacob Photography

    Hang paper cut-outs with ribbon from the branch of a tree over head and have guests search for their names. 

    8. Brown Paper Packages 

    Photo by Millie Holloman Photography

    The calligraphy on each packaged escort card adds a touch of elegance to a rustic display. 

    9. Chalk It Out

    Photo by Hello Studios Photography

    These easy, mini blackboards are a creative touch for a DIY-inspired wedding. 

    10. Go Graphic

     

    Photo by Amelia Lyon Photography

    These bold graphic designs will catch the eys of your guests and allow them to easily find their name and number. 

    11. Lock It Up

    Photo by Meg Perotti Photography

    Your guests can unlock the mystery of their seat all on their own with these glam lock & key sets. 

    12. Mini Compass

    Photo by Millie Holloman Photography

    This mini compass will be essential in finding the proper seat, especially if you've got a lot of of guests and tables to maneuver.

    13. Plane Tickets

    Photo by Spindle Photography

    A fun idea for a destination wedding or couples who caught the travel bug, give guests one-way tickets to their assigned tables. 

    BROWSE MORE ESCORT CARD IDEAS

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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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  • Planning a tented ceremony or reception? Check out some of our favorite ways to adorn the ceilings!

    1. Suspended Stars

    Photo by Samuel Lippke

    Clusters of metallic stars bring an intimate feel to this stunning open air tent.

    2. Floral Wreaths

    Photo by Sarah Kate Photographer

    Add a touch of color and romance with a blooming wreath and hanging candles. 

    3. Pendant Lamps

    Photo by Michele M. Waite

    Drum shade chandeliers with black trim complete this contemporary look. 

    4. Unexpected Greenery

    Photo by Perez Photography

    We love the idea of using leafy greens to cover exposed beams! And these blown-glass pendants are to die for.

    5. Bare Branches

    Photo by Jeff Loves Jessica

    For a unique take on rustic decor, opt for branches mixed with twinkle lights, crystal beans, and votives.

    6. Classic White Draping 

    Photo by Theo Milo

    Of course, we had to include this stunning classic. White ruched draping and crystal chandeliers is always an elegant combination. 

    7. Cascading Florals

    Photo by Samuel Lippke

    Go over-the-top glam with lavish floral arrangements adorning the ceiling.

    8. Antler Chandeliers

    Photo by Perez Photography

    We especially love this concept for a wedding in the mountains!

    9. Skinny Stripes

    Photo by Jose Villa

    These geometric glass lanterns provide just the right amount of contrast against this classic, preppy pattern. 

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  • Here at PW, we're big fans of weddings in which the bridesmaids carries something a little different from the bride—and we're even bigger fans of bridesmaids carrying something different from flowers altogether! Not only does this cut down on flower costs, but it also lends a unique level of texture to wedding party photos. Nine of the most unique ideas we've come across follow below—here's to hoping they inspire you! 

    Related: Unique Bride Bouquets

    1. Pinwheels 

    Photo by Katelyn James

    A fun, festive idea for a preppy summer wedding. 

    2. Dreamcatcher

    Photo by onelove photography

    The ultimate boho-chic wedding accessory. 

    3. Wheat 

    Photo by onelove photography

    Sounds weird at first—but it totally works! 

    4. Fabric Flowers

    Photos by Abby Grace and Melissa Copeland

    Fabric flowers last forever—and double as a wonderful keepsake from the wedding. Gift each bridesmaid a pretty vase to store them in at home! 

    5. Porcelain Flowers

    Photo by Jessica Loren 

    Another excquisite-looking keepsake idea for your 'maids to cherish long after the wedding. 

    6. Single Stems 

    Photos by Jose Villa and Theo Milo 

    These can be paper flowers or regular blooms—either way the effect is absolutely striking when paired with a fuller bride bouquet! Head here for even more single stem inspiration. 

    7. Ribbon Streamers 

    Photo by Ariane Moshayedi

    This is more of a fun idea for what's below the bouquet. Wrap stems in multiple ribbons, and use different shades for the bridesmaids.

    8. Strictly Greens

    Photo by Melissa Oholendt

    Fun for an eco-friendly wedding—or for a couple that just really likes the shade!

    9. Shoots

     

    Photos by Melissa Oholendt

    You know those interesting looking berries and leaves that typically surround flowers in a bouquet? Well, why not create arrangements using just those? Clearly the effect is jsut as striking. 

    SEE MORE BRIDESMAID BOUQUETS

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  • From ruffles and bows to suspenders and plaids, here are some looks all southern couples are sure to love.

    1. Neutral Dresses and Cowgirl Boots

    Photo by Earthmuse Photography

    The variation of neutral above-the-knee dresses with lace detailing make for a quintessential southern bridal party, especially when paired with cowgirl boots. 

    2. Pinstripe Suspenders

    Photo by Maxwell Monty Photography

    The classy southern gent will feel right at home in these pinstripe suspenders. Ditch the coat and just pair with dress pants for a more casual groomsmen look. 

    3. Pale Purple Dresses

    Photo by Feather and Twine Photography

    From the bateau neckline and off-center bow, these knee-length bridesmaids dresses are perfect for a southern-style wedding. 

    4. Chinos

    Photo by Jodi Miller Photography

    We love these chinos paired with a pale green tie, creating both a fashionable and comfortable southern look for the groomsmen. 

    5. Spring Floral Dresses

    Photo by Oz Visuals 

    These voluminous flared pale floral dresses are the perfect way to embrace your inner southern belle. 

    6. Plaid Bow Ties and Suspenders

    Photo by Steven and Lily Photography

    Add a pop of southern style to your wedding with small details like these orange plaid bow ties and skinny gray suspenders. 

    7. Pastel Pink Dresses

    Photo by Suzanne Rothmeyer Photography

    These dresses are fun, flirty and feminine, reminiscent qualities of a charming southern belle. 

    8. Trendy and Tan Suits

    Photo by Joielala Photography

    Calling all charming southern gentleman! Opt for preppy tan suits paired with a matching pink tie and pocket square. 

    9. Cowgirls and Cowboys

    Photo by Troy Grover Photography

    Don't hide that southern pride! Ladies, go all out with cowgirl hats and boots. Gents, don rustic dress pants and classic suspenders. 

    10. Pastels and Stripes

    Photo by Melissa Oholendt Photography

    Bold stripes on the bridesmaids dresses and groomsmen ties create an adorable matching look fit for a southern spring wedding. 

     

     

     

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  • We get it. Mini bags of candy and kitschy beer coozies aren't for everyone—and that's OK! If you're skeptical when it comes to wedding favors, there are more than enough alternative options out there. Our general advice: stick to something experiencial/edible. Guests are more likely to opt into the favor if they feel it's part of the wedding process, and, as far as edible goes, we bet they're going to be hungry after boogeying down on the dance floor :)

    Related: Boozy Wedding Favors

    1. Fast Food 

    Photo by Troy Grover Photographers 

    Have your wedding planner/a helpful guest discreetly place a tray of burgers and fries at the exit door. Guests will be glad to have something yummy to help them soak up the alcohol—and this keeps them from having to make the late-night run themselves! 

    2. Making a Donation 

    Photo by Spindle Photography 

    Put the money you would have used on wedding favors towards a cause that's near and dear to your heart—guests will be touched that you're contributing to the common good in their honor. 

    3. Send-Off Tools 

    Photo by Melissa Copeland Photography 

    Hand out bubble wands or sparklers towards the end of the night, and tell guests to use them as you make your getaway. They'll be instantly more inclined to use them if they know it helps to make your day special! 

    4. Surprise Food Truck 

    Photo by This Modern Romance

    Go one step further with the late night snack idea and have your favorite food truck show up! This foodie trend will provide some truly memorable fuel for the wedding after party. 

    5. An After-the-Fact Favor 

    Photo by This Modern Romance 

    This idea works best for a smaller wedding: Browse through photo booth photos and find your favorite of each guest. Include the shot in your thank you note to them, or simply write your thank you note directly on the back of the pic. 

    BROWSE MORE WEDDING FAVOR IDEAS

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  • Photo by Anne Robert Photography

    Looking for an easy, stylish way to enhance your wedding decor? Try photo frames! Here are some clever ways to use these decorative elements to pretty up your big day. 

    1. Ceremony Backdrop

    Photo by Genevieve Renee Photographie

    Frame a large piece of fabric to use instead of a traditional altar or chuppah. 

    2. Escort Card Display

     

    Photo by Dixie Pixel Photography

    Fasten strands of ribbon, thread, or fishing wire across a large photo frame and hang your escort cards from mini clothespins. 

    3. Hanging Family Photo Display

    Photo by Ryan Ray

    Frame old family photos of your parents and grandparents on their wedding day and hang them from trees for a unique display. 

    4. Frame Backdrop

    Photo by EE Photography

    Cover a wall with empty frames of various sizes, shapes, and styles for a creative backdrop. 

    5. Giant Photo Backdrop

    Photo by Heather Kincaid

    Instead of a traditional photo booth, have guests pose in front of an oversized frame!

    6. Floating Frames

    Photo by Leila Brewster

    Suspend frames to create faux "walls" in an outdoor space. 

    7. Hanging Flowers

     

    Photo by Whitmeyer Photography

    Arrange blooms in little bud vases and hang them from the top of a large photo frame for a unique floral display. 

    8. Framed Place Cards

    Photo by Shannon Cronin Photography

    Display the guests-of-honor's place cards in nice silver frames they can keep forever. 

    9. Centerpiece Accents

    Photo by Kara Schultz

    Stack mixed frames at the base of your centerpieces for a vintage-inspired look. 

    10. Framed Table Numbers

    Photo by Paper Antler Photography

    Photo frames are a perfect way to instantly dress up your table numbers!

    11. Framed Signage

    Photo by Blush by B

    Make your wedding signs extra lovely with large, decorative frames.

     

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  • Photo booths are our favorite way to encourage one-of-a-kind pics of your weddings guests. Be the star of their Instagram feed by setting up one of these cool backdrops—all of which you can pretty much pull off on your own! 

    1. Flower Wall 

    Photo by Ali Harper 

    Definitey one of the coolest ideas we've come across as of late. Cut individual blooms (or use fake flowers) and tape to a clean white wall in a haphazard fashion. 

    2. Hanging Fabric 

    Photo by Maria Mack Photography 

    This idea is super easy for an outdoor wedding. Hang a clothesline between two trees, then drape two similarly colored fabrics using clothespins. White or ivory lace tablecloths work well if you want guests' outfits to pop but don't want to sacrifice texture. 

    3. Arranged Antiques 

    Photo by Maxwell Monty Photography

    This option takes a bit more styling, but we know you can do it! Gather an assortment of vintage furniture and other props, and make sure there are layers to your "set". This gives guests something to interact with, which will make their photos even more fun. Psst—love those oversized flowers? Get a similar style at BHLDN. 

    4. Streamer Ribbons

    Photo by Matushek Photography

    Maximum impact for minimal work—simply hang streamers in your wedding colors from the ceiling! 

    5. Light Pendants 

    Photo by The Nichols

    A simply designed way to add some electricity to an evening reception. 

    6. A Pre-Built Wall 

    Photo by Rebecca Amber Photography 

    Wallpaper and painted frames offer a bunch of fun spaces for guests to pop their heads through. Set a chair or two in front of the wall to encourage guests to pose on both sides. 

    7. Vintage Furniture + String Lights 

    Photo by Jen Yuson Photography

    Proof positive that photo booths don't need a completely covered back drop to be effective.  

    BROWSE MORE PHOTO BOOTH IDEAS

     

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  • Can't help falling in love - Ingrid Michaelson 

    Lights (Acoustic?) - Ellie Goulding 

    We Found Love - Lights/Rihanna 

    Don't You Worry Child - Anthem Lights cover 

    MIrror - Justin Timberlake, Anthem Lights cover

    (End) 2012 Mash-up - Anthem Lights 

    Clarity - Zedd, cover (acoustic?) 

    The Other Side - Jason Derulo 

    Love Somebody - Maroon 5 (?) 

    Stay - Rihanna 

    I Need Your Love - Calvin Harris / Pentatonix cover

     

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  • Innovative ways for you and your guests to dine and drink the night away!

    1. Intimate Family Dinner

    Photo by Jodi Miller Photography

    If your wedding guests are strictly family and close friends, opt for a cozier seating arrangement so it feels just like a classic family dinner. 

    2. Squared Seating

    Photo by Happy Confetti Photography

    These square-shaped tables can fit 9 people comfortably around it. This set-up allows everyone at the table to easily interact, no shouting required.

    3. Cafeteria-Style Dining

    Photo by Andi Mans Photography

    Throwback to your high school days with this arrangement. Interacting with guests just became easier with this back to back set-up.

    4.  Raised Platform

    Photo by Meg Perotti Photography

    Place your table a step up from your guests so all eyes stay glued to you. It's also a great place for your best pals to give their toasts. 

    5. U-Shaped Table

    Photo by Julie Cate Photography

    If you're being somewhat selective about your wedding guests, opt for a u-shaped arrangement, with chairs on either side. This gives people space to easily mingle with others.

    6. Round Arrangement

    Photo by Jodi Miller Photography

    A classic choice for many couples, seating people around a table gives people a more personal and intimate experience with other guests. 

    7. A Long, Rectangular Table

    Photo by Weston Neuschafer Photography

    Crowding around one big table after the ceremony will make everyone feel more connected to one another. Go with family-style serving to match the lay-out. 

    8. Dining Room Tables

    Photo by Viera Photographics

    Want an intimate dinner for a few hundred people? By setting up tables of 8-10 guests, everyone can have the family dinner experience without feeling overwhelmed. 

    9. Mix and Match

    Photo by Birds of a Feather Photography

    Give guests the communal dining feeling with longer tables, but go for a u shape for your wedding party and close family.

     10. Backyard Seating

    Photo by Landon Jacob Photography

    If you've got a few hundred people and very limited space, try multiple u-shaped arrangments beside one another to create a community feel while avoiding overcrowding. 

    11. Romantic Private Dinner

    Photo by Birds of a Feather Photography

    Whether it's strictly close family, or you just want to stand out from the crowd, this private arrangement is perfect for the couple craving rustic intimacy. 

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  • Fun and unique ways to guide your guests to their tables! 

    1. Magnetic Field

      Photo by Kurt Boomer Photography

     

    A modern twist on the refigerator magnet, this is a fun way for guests to find their seats.  

    2.  Dog-loving Cards

    Photo by Caroline Tran Photography

    Animal lovers, let these precious pooches capture the hearts of your guests. 

    3. Rustic Keys

    Photo by Christa Elyce Photography

    Your guests hold the key to their seats with this adorable DIY touch. 

    4. Clothes Line

    Photo by Jeff Loves Jessica

    Put a twist on this old-fashioned drying technique by using it as a modern way for guests to find their tables. 

     

    5. Flower Pots

    Photo by Jodi Miller Photography

    Bring your reception to life with springtime pastel flowers and fancy calligraphy to get people into their seats.

    6. Luggage Tags

    Photo by KT Merry Photography

    Transform never-before used luggage identifiers into escort cards, the perfect accent to a rustic southern wedding. 

    7.  Dangling Diamonds

     

    Photo by Landon Jacob Photography

    Hang paper cut-outs with ribbon from the branch of a tree over head and have guests search for their names. 

    8. Brown Paper Packages 

    Photo by Millie Holloman Photography

    The calligraphy on each packaged escort card adds a touch of elegance to a rustic display. 

    9. Chalk It Out

    Photo by Hello Studios Photography

    These easy, mini blackboards are a creative touch for a DIY-inspired wedding. 

    10. Go Graphic

     

    Photo by Amelia Lyon Photography

    These bold graphic designs will catch the eys of your guests and allow them to easily find their name and number. 

    11. Lock It Up

    Photo by Meg Perotti Photography

    Your guests can unlock the mystery of their seat all on their own with these glam lock & key sets. 

    12. Mini Compass

    Photo by Millie Holloman Photography

    This mini compass will be essential in finding the proper seat, especially if you've got a lot of of guests and tables to maneuver.

    13. Plane Tickets

    Photo by Spindle Photography

    A fun idea for a destination wedding or couples who caught the travel bug, give guests one-way tickets to their assigned tables. 

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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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