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  • Project by Janie Medley Photos by Rachel May Photography     Decorate your ceiling with hanging floral arrangements! We'll show you how to create your own blooming chandeliers in a few easy steps.      Ingredients: Seeded Eucalyptus and Silver Dollar Eucalyptus Fresh Flowers (I used ranunculus and zinnias) Scissors Floral Wire Green Wire Wreath – I used one large and two small ones How To:     Step One: Separate the eucalyptus into smaller bunches.     Step Two: Place the eucalyptus on the wire frame and secure it on with the floral wire. Continue this process until the frame is completely covered. Note..you want to make sure some of the eucalyptus is hanging over the sides of the wreath.      A completed wire wreath covered with the eucalyptus.       To add the flowers to the wreath, you can use floral water picks or you can wire them on.     You can hang the flower chandeliers with ribbon or use the 12 gauge silver Aluminum wire.     Voila!  
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  • Due in part to their versatility, tree slices have become popular among brides wishing to bring an organic flare to their wedding decor. Here are our 10 favorite ways to style them!

    1. Charger Plates

    Photo by Laura Murray Photography

    Tree slab chargers are a great way to bring texture to a rustic tablescape. 

    2. Serving Platters

    Photo by Clarence Chan Photography

    Have your cateres pass cocktails and hors d'oeuvres on these makeshift trays.

    3. Guest Book Alternative

    Photo by Vallentyne Photography

    Instead of a traditional guest book, have friends and family jot notes on a large wooden slab you can display as artwork in your home. 

    4. Signage

    Photo by Wren Photography

    Carve script into smaller slices for festive signs.

    5. Tea Light Votives

    Photo by Your Story by Jeremy

    Use these romantic, woodsy votives to accent your reception tables or give them to guests as favors!

    6. Ring Pillow

    Photo by Christa Elyce Photography

    What a clever detail for a countryside ceremony!

    7. Lounge Tables

    Photo by Coco Tran Photography

    Add a natural touch to your cocktail lounge with tree stump ottomans. 

    8. Centerpiece Pedestals

    Photo by Julie Cate Photography

    Prop your centerpieces on stacked tree slices for a little more impact.

    9. Makeshift Lanterns

    Photo by Laurelyn Savannah Photography

    Create romantic, glowing centerpieces from hollowed-out tree slices. 

    10. Cake Stand

    Photo by Shaun & Skyla Walton

    For a rustic dessert display, serve your wedding cake, cupcakes, and other treats on tiers of bark. 

    You Might Also Be Interested In: 

    10 Natural Wedding Decor Ideas

    5 Stylish Eco-Friendly Wedding Ideas For Earth Day!

    Top 10 Rustic Decor Ideas

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  • Hooray! It's the morning of your wedding (and you've probably started hair and makeup at 7 a.m.) but that's what it takes to look absolutely picture perfect before you walk down the aisle to meet your handsome husband. Just as your photographer arrives, make sure he/she gets a few of these snapshots in the making: 

    1. Patterned Robes - Gift your bridesmaids floral patterned robes, oversized monogrammed button-up shirts, or rhinestone tank tops and shorts to wear. Get more outfit ideas here. 

    Photo: Andi Mans Photography 

    2. Curlers In, Eyelashes Out - There's nothing better than being pampered, right? That should definitely be worth smiling over. 

    Photo: LeAnna Theresa Photography

    3. Sharing an Intimate Moment With Your MOH - Reminscence of the good times with your maid of honor on the couch with a comfy blanket. 

    Photo: Katelyn James 

    4. Reading a Love Letter While Sipping Champagne - You'll need at least one libation to relax those nervous jitters. 

    Photos (from left to right): Rachel Marie Photographie and Clary Photo

    5. Opening a Gift - OMG, it's a _______! 

    Photo: Katelyn James 

    6. Zipped or Buttoned Up by Bridesmaids - Whether it's just one, two, or maybe three helping hands, it takes a lot of work. 

    Photos (from left to right): Katelyn James 

    7. Or Zipped or Buttoned Up by Mom - Let the woman who loved you first do the honor. 

    Photo: Kristina Cipolla Photography

    8. First Reactions - Obviously, there won't be a dry eye around. Be prepared to have tissues. 

    Photo: Katelyn James 

    9. Standing in the Mirror - Don't hesitate to check yourself out from head to toe. 

    Photos (from left to right): Kurt Boomer Photo and iZO Photography

    10. Putting On Your Shoes - Last but not least, the final touch. 

    Photos (from left to right): Joshua McDonald Photography and Sequins and Candy 

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  • Photo by Jack Looney Photography

    For some couples, choosing a first dance song is super-easy. Maybe you have a song you danced to in high school or a tune you always blast in the car. But for other couples, choosing a first dance song can be a little more complicated. So we looked at our recent real weddings on Project Wedding to see which songs were resonating with couples to provide some inspiration.

    “Better Together” by Jack Johnson “Close Your Eyes” by Michael Buble “You are the Best Thing” by Ray LaMontagne “Hey Pretty Girl” by Kip Moore “All of Me” by John Legend “Marry Me” by Train “I Won’t Give Up” by Jason Mraz “La Vie En Rose” by Louis Armstrong “Can’t Help Falling in Love With You” by Ingrid Michaelson “Then” by Brad Paisley “Harvest Moon” by Neil Young “At Last” by Etta James “Lego House” by Ed Sheeran “The Book of Love” by Magnetic Fields “Make You Feel My Love” by Bob Dylan (Adele cover) “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” by Frankie Valli “The Way You Look Tonight” by Frank Sinatra “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri “Let’s Stay Together” by Al Green “For Once in My Life” by Stevie Wonder

    Be sure to follow our Real Weddings Editor for more gorgeous real wedding inspiration! 

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  • Feathers are not only the perfect complement to a boho-chic aesethetic, they're budget-friendly too! Here are 11 creative ways to incorporate feathers into your wedding decor.

    1. Centerpieces

    Photo by Sweet Little Photographs

    Love the dramatic look of tall centerpieces? What better way to create height than with long, lavish plumes?! 

    2. Chandelier

    Photo by Dixie Pixel

    In lieu of crystals or lanterns, decorate your tent ceiling with something a little offbeat and unexpected.

    3. Invitations

    Photo Courtesy of Southern Fried Paper

    Accent your invites with mini spotted feathers for an organic, bohemian edge.

    4. Ceremony Aisles

    Photo by Sweet Little Photographs

    What a fun, eco-friendly alternative to traditional floral aisle markers!

    5. Bouquet

    Photo by Nadia D Photography

    Mixing in a few non-floral fillers can be a perfect way to add texture to your bouquet without breaking the bank.

    6. Garland

    Photo Courtesy of BHLDN

    Incorporate a little laid-back glamour with this Dipped Feather Garland, $26 at BHDLN.

    7. Wreath

    Photo by Jodi Miller Photography

    Dress up your entryway with feathers for a fabulous first impression!

    8. Escort Cards

    Photo by onelove Photography

    Just one of many ways to get creative with your escort card display.

    9. Place Setting

    Photo by Live View Studios

    Add a whimsical touch to your tablescape with feather-topped place settings.

    10. Mobile

    Photo by Sweet Little Photographs

    This enchanting DIY mobile would look great arranged above an altar, suspended over dining tables, or hanging over the dance floor! 

    11. Cake

    Photo by Christine Choi Photography

    You Might Also Like: Boho-Chic Wedding Decor and Boho-Chic Bouquets

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  • It seems more hard to pick out the perfect wedding dresses for pregnant bride. Elegant brides to be and moms to be are now challenging more option and specific pregnant wedding dresses which are fitted to flatter the pregnant form, with a excellent variety of designs, colors and materials. Then how to find the right pregnant wedding dresses for your big day? Here are some tips for you, read on and find your dream dress.

    How to choose the right pregnant bridal gown for you? Well, the choice of any wedding dress, pregant or otherwise is of course very personal. You always need to focus on as with the choice of any outfit the features that you are comfortable with. For example, you are conscious of your upper arms, a strapless pregant wedding dress may not be your first choice but then again, you could still purchase that fabulous strapless gown and perhaps consider either a wrap or bolero jacket.

    Ensure when you go for your dress fitting and indeed choosing your pregant wedding gown initially that you tell the shop how you feel personally they will be able to advise you which styles empire line, sheath dress, full ball gown that they have which will meet your needs. Also think about the fabrics. Each fabric gives a certain style to the gown. Your supplier should be able to advise you on options available depending on the style you want and your budget. Have a clear idea in your head as to how much you want to spend and make sure the shop is aware of this.

    During the selection of pregnant wedding dresses to note that one should be very soft and comfortable with that. If you can not get the right one according to their size, then you can prepare a customized accordingly.These days, pregnant dresses wedding provides a wide range of options sexy, elegant, stunning and sophisticated for the pregnant bride-to-be, including a sleek, shoulder, strapless, full skirts, formal , casual dresses, beach wedding. You can also say that most of the same range of styles such as the pregnant girlfriend are available.

    Related Bolgs:

    http://www.addoway.com/looring/blog/b/Fashion-Wedding-Dresses-AlineBall-GownEmpire

    http://lashoring.xviomobile.com/a-guide-of-how-to-choose-wedding-dress/

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  • Everyone wants to make a statement for their walk down the aisle, but your wedding exit is just as important! Get inspired by the super creative wedding send-off ideas below. 

    RELATED: Sparklers & Other Memorable Wedding Exits

    1. PICK-UP TRUCK

    Photo by Katelyn James Photography

    What better way to leave your southern-inspired wedding than in an ol' fashioned pick-up truck?

    2. GOLF CART

    Photos by Gideon Photography and Cramer Photo 

    Make a quick escape with a decorated golf cart. Perfect for weddings that take place at a sprawling resort! 

    3. HORSE-DRAWN CARRIAGE

    Photos by Meg Smith Photography and Jonathan Canlas Photography 

    If you're in search of the perfect fairytale ending, look no further than a horse-drawn carriage. 

    4. DOUBLE-DECKER BUS

    Photo by Maxwell Monty Photography

    Talk about a unique send-off idea! Perfect for your wedding party's arrival, and even more special for your exit as husband and wife. 

    5. MOTORCYCLE

    Photo by Tim Harman Photography

    Channel your inner rebel and jet off on your honeymoon with your new partner in crime.

    6. RETRO CAR 

    Photo by Meg Perroti Photography

    Throwback to the 1950s and speed off in an old-school convertible right out of Grease. 

    7. SPEEDBOAT

    Photo by Browers Photography

    Sail off into the sunset on a well-decorated boat after your beachside nuptials.

    8. CHARIOT 

    Photos by Mustard Seed Photography and J Henderson Photography

    Re-visit medieval times by waving goodbye to your guests in the comfort of your very own chariot. 

    9. TROLLEY

    Photo by Chrissy Lynn Love

    Take public transit and turn it into your private ride to married life! 

    10. TANDEM BIKE

    Photos by Liz Caruna Weddings

    A great option if your honeymoon suite is nearby! (Unless you're ready for a post-reception work out). 

    NEXT: Find Transportation Vendors Near You >>

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  • We love when couples add personal touches to their wedding day, but our favorite details are often the ones that really tell the story of their relationship. True, many of your guests may already know some of the details of how you got together, but there may be some who may need or want a refresher. Here are some creative ways to tell your love story:

    A Sweet Sign – Display a chalkboard or other signage with a timeline of how you two met and got together. 

    Photo by Filda Konec Photography

    Photo Display – There are many creative ways to share photos from throughout your relationship (you can even include baby and childhood pictures in there as well!). Check out these creative ways to use your engagement photos in your wedding. 

    Photos (from left to right): Tia & Claire Studio, Jill Lauren Photography

    Create a Video – A video montage of images can be shown during the reception or at your rehearsal dinner 

    Photo by Earthmuse Photography

    Special Mementos – If you’re so inclined, we love when couples display their (funny or sweet) love notes or emails from throughout their relationship to really get a sense of their personalities and story

    Photo by Filda Konec Photography

    In Your Programs – Add a list of fun facts about the two of you for guests to read while they’re waiting for the ceremony to begin. For more ceremony program ideas, visit this board from our Stationery Editor!

    Photos (from left to right): Erin Lindsey Images, Daniel Kim Photography

    Table Names and Numbers – Use your table names and numbers as an opportunity to be creative. Name your tables after meaningful places you’ve visited, or put a twist on traditional table numbers by adding a fun fact to each. Want more table name ideas? Check out this article!

    Photos (from left to right): Jason Burns Photography, Cory Ryan Photography

    On the Paper Goods – Print a detail about your relationship on cocktail napkins or straw flags! Check out more cute cocktail napkin ideas here!

    Photo by Jim Kennedy Photographers

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  • Project by Janie Medley Photos by Rachel May Photography     Decorate your ceiling with hanging floral arrangements! We'll show you how to create your own blooming chandeliers in a few easy steps.      Ingredients: Seeded Eucalyptus and Silver Dollar Eucalyptus Fresh Flowers (I used ranunculus and zinnias) Scissors Floral Wire Green Wire Wreath – I used one large and two small ones How To:     Step One: Separate the eucalyptus into smaller bunches.     Step Two: Place the eucalyptus on the wire frame and secure it on with the floral wire. Continue this process until the frame is completely covered. Note..you want to make sure some of the eucalyptus is hanging over the sides of the wreath.      A completed wire wreath covered with the eucalyptus.       To add the flowers to the wreath, you can use floral water picks or you can wire them on.     You can hang the flower chandeliers with ribbon or use the 12 gauge silver Aluminum wire.     Voila!  
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  • Due in part to their versatility, tree slices have become popular among brides wishing to bring an organic flare to their wedding decor. Here are our 10 favorite ways to style them!

    1. Charger Plates

    Photo by Laura Murray Photography

    Tree slab chargers are a great way to bring texture to a rustic tablescape. 

    2. Serving Platters

    Photo by Clarence Chan Photography

    Have your cateres pass cocktails and hors d'oeuvres on these makeshift trays.

    3. Guest Book Alternative

    Photo by Vallentyne Photography

    Instead of a traditional guest book, have friends and family jot notes on a large wooden slab you can display as artwork in your home. 

    4. Signage

    Photo by Wren Photography

    Carve script into smaller slices for festive signs.

    5. Tea Light Votives

    Photo by Your Story by Jeremy

    Use these romantic, woodsy votives to accent your reception tables or give them to guests as favors!

    6. Ring Pillow

    Photo by Christa Elyce Photography

    What a clever detail for a countryside ceremony!

    7. Lounge Tables

    Photo by Coco Tran Photography

    Add a natural touch to your cocktail lounge with tree stump ottomans. 

    8. Centerpiece Pedestals

    Photo by Julie Cate Photography

    Prop your centerpieces on stacked tree slices for a little more impact.

    9. Makeshift Lanterns

    Photo by Laurelyn Savannah Photography

    Create romantic, glowing centerpieces from hollowed-out tree slices. 

    10. Cake Stand

    Photo by Shaun & Skyla Walton

    For a rustic dessert display, serve your wedding cake, cupcakes, and other treats on tiers of bark. 

    You Might Also Be Interested In: 

    10 Natural Wedding Decor Ideas

    5 Stylish Eco-Friendly Wedding Ideas For Earth Day!

    Top 10 Rustic Decor Ideas

    Greenery

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  • Hooray! It's the morning of your wedding (and you've probably started hair and makeup at 7 a.m.) but that's what it takes to look absolutely picture perfect before you walk down the aisle to meet your handsome husband. Just as your photographer arrives, make sure he/she gets a few of these snapshots in the making: 

    1. Patterned Robes - Gift your bridesmaids floral patterned robes, oversized monogrammed button-up shirts, or rhinestone tank tops and shorts to wear. Get more outfit ideas here. 

    Photo: Andi Mans Photography 

    2. Curlers In, Eyelashes Out - There's nothing better than being pampered, right? That should definitely be worth smiling over. 

    Photo: LeAnna Theresa Photography

    3. Sharing an Intimate Moment With Your MOH - Reminscence of the good times with your maid of honor on the couch with a comfy blanket. 

    Photo: Katelyn James 

    4. Reading a Love Letter While Sipping Champagne - You'll need at least one libation to relax those nervous jitters. 

    Photos (from left to right): Rachel Marie Photographie and Clary Photo

    5. Opening a Gift - OMG, it's a _______! 

    Photo: Katelyn James 

    6. Zipped or Buttoned Up by Bridesmaids - Whether it's just one, two, or maybe three helping hands, it takes a lot of work. 

    Photos (from left to right): Katelyn James 

    7. Or Zipped or Buttoned Up by Mom - Let the woman who loved you first do the honor. 

    Photo: Kristina Cipolla Photography

    8. First Reactions - Obviously, there won't be a dry eye around. Be prepared to have tissues. 

    Photo: Katelyn James 

    9. Standing in the Mirror - Don't hesitate to check yourself out from head to toe. 

    Photos (from left to right): Kurt Boomer Photo and iZO Photography

    10. Putting On Your Shoes - Last but not least, the final touch. 

    Photos (from left to right): Joshua McDonald Photography and Sequins and Candy 

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  • Photo by Jack Looney Photography

    For some couples, choosing a first dance song is super-easy. Maybe you have a song you danced to in high school or a tune you always blast in the car. But for other couples, choosing a first dance song can be a little more complicated. So we looked at our recent real weddings on Project Wedding to see which songs were resonating with couples to provide some inspiration.

    “Better Together” by Jack Johnson “Close Your Eyes” by Michael Buble “You are the Best Thing” by Ray LaMontagne “Hey Pretty Girl” by Kip Moore “All of Me” by John Legend “Marry Me” by Train “I Won’t Give Up” by Jason Mraz “La Vie En Rose” by Louis Armstrong “Can’t Help Falling in Love With You” by Ingrid Michaelson “Then” by Brad Paisley “Harvest Moon” by Neil Young “At Last” by Etta James “Lego House” by Ed Sheeran “The Book of Love” by Magnetic Fields “Make You Feel My Love” by Bob Dylan (Adele cover) “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” by Frankie Valli “The Way You Look Tonight” by Frank Sinatra “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri “Let’s Stay Together” by Al Green “For Once in My Life” by Stevie Wonder

    Be sure to follow our Real Weddings Editor for more gorgeous real wedding inspiration! 

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  • Feathers are not only the perfect complement to a boho-chic aesethetic, they're budget-friendly too! Here are 11 creative ways to incorporate feathers into your wedding decor.

    1. Centerpieces

    Photo by Sweet Little Photographs

    Love the dramatic look of tall centerpieces? What better way to create height than with long, lavish plumes?! 

    2. Chandelier

    Photo by Dixie Pixel

    In lieu of crystals or lanterns, decorate your tent ceiling with something a little offbeat and unexpected.

    3. Invitations

    Photo Courtesy of Southern Fried Paper

    Accent your invites with mini spotted feathers for an organic, bohemian edge.

    4. Ceremony Aisles

    Photo by Sweet Little Photographs

    What a fun, eco-friendly alternative to traditional floral aisle markers!

    5. Bouquet

    Photo by Nadia D Photography

    Mixing in a few non-floral fillers can be a perfect way to add texture to your bouquet without breaking the bank.

    6. Garland

    Photo Courtesy of BHLDN

    Incorporate a little laid-back glamour with this Dipped Feather Garland, $26 at BHDLN.

    7. Wreath

    Photo by Jodi Miller Photography

    Dress up your entryway with feathers for a fabulous first impression!

    8. Escort Cards

    Photo by onelove Photography

    Just one of many ways to get creative with your escort card display.

    9. Place Setting

    Photo by Live View Studios

    Add a whimsical touch to your tablescape with feather-topped place settings.

    10. Mobile

    Photo by Sweet Little Photographs

    This enchanting DIY mobile would look great arranged above an altar, suspended over dining tables, or hanging over the dance floor! 

    11. Cake

    Photo by Christine Choi Photography

    You Might Also Like: Boho-Chic Wedding Decor and Boho-Chic Bouquets

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  • It seems more hard to pick out the perfect wedding dresses for pregnant bride. Elegant brides to be and moms to be are now challenging more option and specific pregnant wedding dresses which are fitted to flatter the pregnant form, with a excellent variety of designs, colors and materials. Then how to find the right pregnant wedding dresses for your big day? Here are some tips for you, read on and find your dream dress.

    How to choose the right pregnant bridal gown for you? Well, the choice of any wedding dress, pregant or otherwise is of course very personal. You always need to focus on as with the choice of any outfit the features that you are comfortable with. For example, you are conscious of your upper arms, a strapless pregant wedding dress may not be your first choice but then again, you could still purchase that fabulous strapless gown and perhaps consider either a wrap or bolero jacket.

    Ensure when you go for your dress fitting and indeed choosing your pregant wedding gown initially that you tell the shop how you feel personally they will be able to advise you which styles empire line, sheath dress, full ball gown that they have which will meet your needs. Also think about the fabrics. Each fabric gives a certain style to the gown. Your supplier should be able to advise you on options available depending on the style you want and your budget. Have a clear idea in your head as to how much you want to spend and make sure the shop is aware of this.

    During the selection of pregnant wedding dresses to note that one should be very soft and comfortable with that. If you can not get the right one according to their size, then you can prepare a customized accordingly.These days, pregnant dresses wedding provides a wide range of options sexy, elegant, stunning and sophisticated for the pregnant bride-to-be, including a sleek, shoulder, strapless, full skirts, formal , casual dresses, beach wedding. You can also say that most of the same range of styles such as the pregnant girlfriend are available.

    Related Bolgs:

    http://www.addoway.com/looring/blog/b/Fashion-Wedding-Dresses-AlineBall-GownEmpire

    http://lashoring.xviomobile.com/a-guide-of-how-to-choose-wedding-dress/

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  • Everyone wants to make a statement for their walk down the aisle, but your wedding exit is just as important! Get inspired by the super creative wedding send-off ideas below. 

    RELATED: Sparklers & Other Memorable Wedding Exits

    1. PICK-UP TRUCK

    Photo by Katelyn James Photography

    What better way to leave your southern-inspired wedding than in an ol' fashioned pick-up truck?

    2. GOLF CART

    Photos by Gideon Photography and Cramer Photo 

    Make a quick escape with a decorated golf cart. Perfect for weddings that take place at a sprawling resort! 

    3. HORSE-DRAWN CARRIAGE

    Photos by Meg Smith Photography and Jonathan Canlas Photography 

    If you're in search of the perfect fairytale ending, look no further than a horse-drawn carriage. 

    4. DOUBLE-DECKER BUS

    Photo by Maxwell Monty Photography

    Talk about a unique send-off idea! Perfect for your wedding party's arrival, and even more special for your exit as husband and wife. 

    5. MOTORCYCLE

    Photo by Tim Harman Photography

    Channel your inner rebel and jet off on your honeymoon with your new partner in crime.

    6. RETRO CAR 

    Photo by Meg Perroti Photography

    Throwback to the 1950s and speed off in an old-school convertible right out of Grease. 

    7. SPEEDBOAT

    Photo by Browers Photography

    Sail off into the sunset on a well-decorated boat after your beachside nuptials.

    8. CHARIOT 

    Photos by Mustard Seed Photography and J Henderson Photography

    Re-visit medieval times by waving goodbye to your guests in the comfort of your very own chariot. 

    9. TROLLEY

    Photo by Chrissy Lynn Love

    Take public transit and turn it into your private ride to married life! 

    10. TANDEM BIKE

    Photos by Liz Caruna Weddings

    A great option if your honeymoon suite is nearby! (Unless you're ready for a post-reception work out). 

    NEXT: Find Transportation Vendors Near You >>

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  • We love when couples add personal touches to their wedding day, but our favorite details are often the ones that really tell the story of their relationship. True, many of your guests may already know some of the details of how you got together, but there may be some who may need or want a refresher. Here are some creative ways to tell your love story:

    A Sweet Sign – Display a chalkboard or other signage with a timeline of how you two met and got together. 

    Photo by Filda Konec Photography

    Photo Display – There are many creative ways to share photos from throughout your relationship (you can even include baby and childhood pictures in there as well!). Check out these creative ways to use your engagement photos in your wedding. 

    Photos (from left to right): Tia & Claire Studio, Jill Lauren Photography

    Create a Video – A video montage of images can be shown during the reception or at your rehearsal dinner 

    Photo by Earthmuse Photography

    Special Mementos – If you’re so inclined, we love when couples display their (funny or sweet) love notes or emails from throughout their relationship to really get a sense of their personalities and story

    Photo by Filda Konec Photography

    In Your Programs – Add a list of fun facts about the two of you for guests to read while they’re waiting for the ceremony to begin. For more ceremony program ideas, visit this board from our Stationery Editor!

    Photos (from left to right): Erin Lindsey Images, Daniel Kim Photography

    Table Names and Numbers – Use your table names and numbers as an opportunity to be creative. Name your tables after meaningful places you’ve visited, or put a twist on traditional table numbers by adding a fun fact to each. Want more table name ideas? Check out this article!

    Photos (from left to right): Jason Burns Photography, Cory Ryan Photography

    On the Paper Goods – Print a detail about your relationship on cocktail napkins or straw flags! Check out more cute cocktail napkin ideas here!

    Photo by Jim Kennedy Photographers

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