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  • Top off a wow-worthy tablescape with these creative table number ideas! 

    1. 

    Photo by Joielala Photo

    Stick vinyl numerals onto colorful geo rock slabs for a hint of bohemian glamour.

    2.

    Photo by Flora + Fauna Photography

    Mix things up with cutout cardstock!

    3.

    Photo by Loft Photographie

    Paint numbers onto bright, patterned tiles.

    4.

    Photo by Catherine Mac Photography

    Make a statement with wooden lasercut signs.

    5.

    Photo by BrancoPrata Photography

    Add a touch of vintage style with numbered bell jars.

    6.

    Photo by Flora + Fauna Photography

    Paint numbers onto pretty antique salad plates.

    7.

    Photo Courtesy of Foglio Press

    Channel modern glamour with lucite and glitter.

    8.

    Photo by Joielala Photo

    Incorporate a pop of pattern with a painted canvas.

    9.

    Photo by Julia Wade Photography

    Give your tablescapes a whimsical touch with fun flag table numbers.

    10.

    Photo Courtesy of A Good Affair Wedding and Event Production

    Make a scholarly statement with repurposed hardback books.

    11.

    Photo by Flora + Fauna Photography

    Paint table numbers onto carafes for a relaxed, eco-friendly feel.

    For More Ideas for Your Tablescapes, Don't Miss:

    Place Settings

    Table Linens

    DIY Centerpieces

    Tablescapes


     

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  • Props are a great addition to any engagement shoot for several reasons. They add visual interest, break up monotonous kissing and hugging shots, and, most importantly, help individuals who might be a bit uncomfortable in front of a camera loosen up a bit! Read on for 17 easy-to-find prop ideas to add to your session. 

    1. Photo Booth Props 

    Photo by Emily Blake 

    A little disguise never hurt nobody! 

    2. Balloons

    Photo by Ariane Moshayedi

    The perfect pop of color against more plain, classic outfit choices. 

    3. String Lights 

    Photo by Coburn Photography 

    An especially fun idea for holiday-themed engagement shoots! 

    4. Your Wedding Date!

    Photo by EE Photography

    Find a creative way to display to show off when you'll be getting hitched. 

    5. A bicycle! 

    Photo by Mark Brooke 

    The options for cute kissing poses are almost endless. 

    6. An Ampersand 

    Photo by Erica Velasco 

    Save it for your wedding. It will DEFINITELY come in handy again. 

    7. A Cool Backdrop 

    Photo by Dixie Pixel 

    Find an amazing mural, pose simply in front of it, and there you have it: an easy way to score an amazing engagement photo. 

    8. Coffee Mugs 

    Photo by Erin Walker 

    Bonus points if they're monogrammed with your initials! 

    9. Cotton Candy 

    Photo by Jennifer Roper Photography 

    This is a cute idea for early in the session, especially if it takes some time for you to warm up to a natural smile. 

    10. A Blanket 

    Photo by Kyle Hale

    Cozy photos = the best photos

    11. Funny Signs 

    Photos by Laurelyn Savannah 

    Just in case anyone's unsure of your feelings toward one another.

    12. Anything Heart Shaped 

    Photos by Maria Mack 

    Heart-shaped cookies are especcially sweet, though. 

    13. Instruments 

    Photo by Mark Brooke

    This couple definitely looks like they're having fun, don't you think? 

    14. Pool Toys 

    Photo by onelove photography 

    If you're brave enough to do an engagement shoot in your swimsuit, then you might as well go full tilt! Beach balls and floaty toys make the whole experience even more fun. 

    15. Skateboards 

    Photo by onelove photography 

    We love this idea for the sporty couple! 

    16. Polaroids 

    Photo by This Modern Romance 

    A picture of you kissing while you're holding pictures of you about to kiss. Very meta. 

    17. Your pet! 

    Photo by Erica Velasco 

    If anyone deserves to make a cameo in your engagement shoot, it's the third member of your family! 

    NEXT: 7 Ways to Tell Your Love Story at Your Wedding >>

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  • When it comes to creating a picture-perfect ceremony scene, an accessorized aisle will go a long way. Here are 8 unique ways to dress up your aisle. 

    1. Baskets

    Photo by Peaches and Mint

    Fill large wicker baskets with blooms and greenery for a fresh-from-the-garden look.

    2. Signage

    Photo by Suzanne Rothmeyer Photography

    Have romantic phrases scrawled onto little signs and hang them on the sides of your ceremony chairs.

    3. Pinwheels

    Photo by Josselyn Peterson

    Give your ceremony decor a whimsical touch with colorful paper pinwheels.

    4. Troughs

    Photo by Alexandra Grace Photography

    We love this rustic, relaxed take on traditional floral aisle markers for a ceremony in the countryside. 

    5. Topiaries

    Photo by Laura Murray Photography

    Go for clean, sophisticated aesethetic with green topiaries arranged in bold planters.

    6. Ribbon

    Photo by This Modern Romance

    Drape the aisles in lacy ribbons for a sweet, shabby chic look.

    7. Lamps

    Photo by Nadia D Photography

    Add an unexpected element to traditional decor with fabulous floor lamps.

    8. Bottles

    Photo by Simply Bloom Photography

    Take an eco-friendly approach to decorating and arrange flowers or greens in recycled bottles instead of vases. 

    For More Ceremony Inspiration, Don't Miss:

    Aisle Decor Ideas

    16 Breathtaking Ceremony Scenes

    10 Unique Ceremony Seating Ideas

     

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  • Celebrating your wedding day without a family member or friend who has passed on can feel bittersweet, but there are several ways to make sure his or her presence is felt throughout the day. Here are a few ideas.

    Include His or Her Photo in Your Bouquet
    A locket or pendant featuring a photo of a loved one can make a unique and lovely addition to your floral arrangement. 

    Photo by Clary Pfeiffer Photography

    Carry an Heirloom
    Whether it’s a handkerchief or a religious element like a rosary or Bible, you can carry a special possession that belonged to your late family member or friend as you walk down the aisle.

    Photos by Erin Leigh and onelove photography

    Special Rings
    Heirloom rings provide a memory that you’ll wear every day. 


    Photo by Emily Alt Photography

     

    Wear Jewelry and Accessories
    From necklaces to brooches, veils to hair combs, there are lots of ways to incorporate heirloom accessories into your wedding-day look. 


    Photo by J. Masciana Photography

    Add a Note to the Programs
    Honor loved ones by including their names and a special message in your ceremony programs. 


    Photo by Crystal Satriano Photography

    Save a Seat
    Reserve a seat at the ceremony and place your family member or friend’s favorite flower on the chair as you walk down the aisle. 


    Photo by Caroline + Ben Photography

    Play Special Music
    Whether it’s walking down the aisle to his or her favorite song or playing a beloved tune during the reception, appropriate music can be a subtle but poignant reminder of your family member or friend.  


    Photo by The Nichols

    Display Photos
    Share photos of your loved ones (perhaps alongside candles) during the reception.


    Photo by Arte de Vie

    Make a Donation
    In lieu of or in addition to favors, you may wish to make a donation to a cause that was meaningful to your family member or friend. 


    Photo by Kate Harrison Photography

     

     

    Add Vintage Décor
    If appropriate, you can utilize your loved ones’ favorite items in your wedding reception décor. We love how this bride used her grandfather’s film projector, among other items. 


    Photo by Marie Skerl Photography

    Share a Favorite Hobby or Activity
    If you and your grandmother loved to bake cookies together, why not serve her famous recipe as favors? Another idea from a real wedding: This bride shared her late father’s favorite cigars with her guests.  


    Photo by Michael Moss

    Looking for more sentimental touches to add to your wedding day? Check out this inspiration board full of great ideas!

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  • Celebrating your wedding day without a family member or friend who has passed on can feel bittersweet, but there are several ways to make sure his or her presence is felt throughout the day. Here are a few ideas.

    Include His or Her Photo in Your Bouquet
    A locket or pendant featuring a photo of a loved one can make a unique and lovely addition to your floral arrangement. 

    Photo by Clary Pfeiffer Photography

    Carry an Heirloom
    Whether it’s a handkerchief or a religious element like a rosary or Bible, you can carry a special possession that belonged to your late family member or friend as you walk down the aisle.

    Photos by Erin Leigh and onelove photography

    Special Rings
    Heirloom rings provide a memory that you’ll wear every day. 


    Photo by Emily Alt Photography

     

    Wear Jewelry and Accessories
    From necklaces to brooches, veils to hair combs, there are lots of ways to incorporate heirloom accessories into your wedding-day look. 


    Photo by J. Masciana Photography

    Add a Note to the Programs
    Honor loved ones by including their names and a special message in your ceremony programs. 


    Photo by Crystal Satriano Photography

    Save a Seat
    Reserve a seat at the ceremony and place your family member or friend’s favorite flower on the chair as you walk down the aisle. 


    Photo by Caroline + Ben Photography

    Play Special Music
    Whether it’s walking down the aisle to his or her favorite song or playing a beloved tune during the reception, appropriate music can be a subtle but poignant reminder of your family member or friend.  


    Photo by The Nichols

    Display Photos
    Share photos of your loved ones (perhaps alongside candles) during the reception.


    Photo by Arte de Vie

    Make a Donation
    In lieu of or in addition to favors, you may wish to make a donation to a cause that was meaningful to your family member or friend. 


    Photo by Kate Harrison Photography

     

     

    Add Vintage Décor
    If appropriate, you can utilize your loved ones’ favorite items in your wedding reception décor. We love how this bride used her grandfather’s film projector, among other items. 


    Photo by Marie Skerl Photography

    Share a Favorite Hobby or Activity
    If you and your grandmother loved to bake cookies together, why not serve her famous recipe as favors? Another idea from a real wedding: This bride shared her late father’s favorite cigars with her guests.  


    Photo by Michael Moss

    Looking for more sentimental touches to add to your wedding day? Check out this inspiration board full of great ideas!

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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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  • Top off a wow-worthy tablescape with these creative table number ideas! 

    1. 

    Photo by Joielala Photo

    Stick vinyl numerals onto colorful geo rock slabs for a hint of bohemian glamour.

    2.

    Photo by Flora + Fauna Photography

    Mix things up with cutout cardstock!

    3.

    Photo by Loft Photographie

    Paint numbers onto bright, patterned tiles.

    4.

    Photo by Catherine Mac Photography

    Make a statement with wooden lasercut signs.

    5.

    Photo by BrancoPrata Photography

    Add a touch of vintage style with numbered bell jars.

    6.

    Photo by Flora + Fauna Photography

    Paint numbers onto pretty antique salad plates.

    7.

    Photo Courtesy of Foglio Press

    Channel modern glamour with lucite and glitter.

    8.

    Photo by Joielala Photo

    Incorporate a pop of pattern with a painted canvas.

    9.

    Photo by Julia Wade Photography

    Give your tablescapes a whimsical touch with fun flag table numbers.

    10.

    Photo Courtesy of A Good Affair Wedding and Event Production

    Make a scholarly statement with repurposed hardback books.

    11.

    Photo by Flora + Fauna Photography

    Paint table numbers onto carafes for a relaxed, eco-friendly feel.

    For More Ideas for Your Tablescapes, Don't Miss:

    Place Settings

    Table Linens

    DIY Centerpieces

    Tablescapes


     

    3
  • Props are a great addition to any engagement shoot for several reasons. They add visual interest, break up monotonous kissing and hugging shots, and, most importantly, help individuals who might be a bit uncomfortable in front of a camera loosen up a bit! Read on for 17 easy-to-find prop ideas to add to your session. 

    1. Photo Booth Props 

    Photo by Emily Blake 

    A little disguise never hurt nobody! 

    2. Balloons

    Photo by Ariane Moshayedi

    The perfect pop of color against more plain, classic outfit choices. 

    3. String Lights 

    Photo by Coburn Photography 

    An especially fun idea for holiday-themed engagement shoots! 

    4. Your Wedding Date!

    Photo by EE Photography

    Find a creative way to display to show off when you'll be getting hitched. 

    5. A bicycle! 

    Photo by Mark Brooke 

    The options for cute kissing poses are almost endless. 

    6. An Ampersand 

    Photo by Erica Velasco 

    Save it for your wedding. It will DEFINITELY come in handy again. 

    7. A Cool Backdrop 

    Photo by Dixie Pixel 

    Find an amazing mural, pose simply in front of it, and there you have it: an easy way to score an amazing engagement photo. 

    8. Coffee Mugs 

    Photo by Erin Walker 

    Bonus points if they're monogrammed with your initials! 

    9. Cotton Candy 

    Photo by Jennifer Roper Photography 

    This is a cute idea for early in the session, especially if it takes some time for you to warm up to a natural smile. 

    10. A Blanket 

    Photo by Kyle Hale

    Cozy photos = the best photos

    11. Funny Signs 

    Photos by Laurelyn Savannah 

    Just in case anyone's unsure of your feelings toward one another.

    12. Anything Heart Shaped 

    Photos by Maria Mack 

    Heart-shaped cookies are especcially sweet, though. 

    13. Instruments 

    Photo by Mark Brooke

    This couple definitely looks like they're having fun, don't you think? 

    14. Pool Toys 

    Photo by onelove photography 

    If you're brave enough to do an engagement shoot in your swimsuit, then you might as well go full tilt! Beach balls and floaty toys make the whole experience even more fun. 

    15. Skateboards 

    Photo by onelove photography 

    We love this idea for the sporty couple! 

    16. Polaroids 

    Photo by This Modern Romance 

    A picture of you kissing while you're holding pictures of you about to kiss. Very meta. 

    17. Your pet! 

    Photo by Erica Velasco 

    If anyone deserves to make a cameo in your engagement shoot, it's the third member of your family! 

    NEXT: 7 Ways to Tell Your Love Story at Your Wedding >>

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  • When it comes to creating a picture-perfect ceremony scene, an accessorized aisle will go a long way. Here are 8 unique ways to dress up your aisle. 

    1. Baskets

    Photo by Peaches and Mint

    Fill large wicker baskets with blooms and greenery for a fresh-from-the-garden look.

    2. Signage

    Photo by Suzanne Rothmeyer Photography

    Have romantic phrases scrawled onto little signs and hang them on the sides of your ceremony chairs.

    3. Pinwheels

    Photo by Josselyn Peterson

    Give your ceremony decor a whimsical touch with colorful paper pinwheels.

    4. Troughs

    Photo by Alexandra Grace Photography

    We love this rustic, relaxed take on traditional floral aisle markers for a ceremony in the countryside. 

    5. Topiaries

    Photo by Laura Murray Photography

    Go for clean, sophisticated aesethetic with green topiaries arranged in bold planters.

    6. Ribbon

    Photo by This Modern Romance

    Drape the aisles in lacy ribbons for a sweet, shabby chic look.

    7. Lamps

    Photo by Nadia D Photography

    Add an unexpected element to traditional decor with fabulous floor lamps.

    8. Bottles

    Photo by Simply Bloom Photography

    Take an eco-friendly approach to decorating and arrange flowers or greens in recycled bottles instead of vases. 

    For More Ceremony Inspiration, Don't Miss:

    Aisle Decor Ideas

    16 Breathtaking Ceremony Scenes

    10 Unique Ceremony Seating Ideas

     

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  • Celebrating your wedding day without a family member or friend who has passed on can feel bittersweet, but there are several ways to make sure his or her presence is felt throughout the day. Here are a few ideas.

    Include His or Her Photo in Your Bouquet
    A locket or pendant featuring a photo of a loved one can make a unique and lovely addition to your floral arrangement. 

    Photo by Clary Pfeiffer Photography

    Carry an Heirloom
    Whether it’s a handkerchief or a religious element like a rosary or Bible, you can carry a special possession that belonged to your late family member or friend as you walk down the aisle.

    Photos by Erin Leigh and onelove photography

    Special Rings
    Heirloom rings provide a memory that you’ll wear every day. 


    Photo by Emily Alt Photography

     

    Wear Jewelry and Accessories
    From necklaces to brooches, veils to hair combs, there are lots of ways to incorporate heirloom accessories into your wedding-day look. 


    Photo by J. Masciana Photography

    Add a Note to the Programs
    Honor loved ones by including their names and a special message in your ceremony programs. 


    Photo by Crystal Satriano Photography

    Save a Seat
    Reserve a seat at the ceremony and place your family member or friend’s favorite flower on the chair as you walk down the aisle. 


    Photo by Caroline + Ben Photography

    Play Special Music
    Whether it’s walking down the aisle to his or her favorite song or playing a beloved tune during the reception, appropriate music can be a subtle but poignant reminder of your family member or friend.  


    Photo by The Nichols

    Display Photos
    Share photos of your loved ones (perhaps alongside candles) during the reception.


    Photo by Arte de Vie

    Make a Donation
    In lieu of or in addition to favors, you may wish to make a donation to a cause that was meaningful to your family member or friend. 


    Photo by Kate Harrison Photography

     

     

    Add Vintage Décor
    If appropriate, you can utilize your loved ones’ favorite items in your wedding reception décor. We love how this bride used her grandfather’s film projector, among other items. 


    Photo by Marie Skerl Photography

    Share a Favorite Hobby or Activity
    If you and your grandmother loved to bake cookies together, why not serve her famous recipe as favors? Another idea from a real wedding: This bride shared her late father’s favorite cigars with her guests.  


    Photo by Michael Moss

    Looking for more sentimental touches to add to your wedding day? Check out this inspiration board full of great ideas!

    0
  • Celebrating your wedding day without a family member or friend who has passed on can feel bittersweet, but there are several ways to make sure his or her presence is felt throughout the day. Here are a few ideas.

    Include His or Her Photo in Your Bouquet
    A locket or pendant featuring a photo of a loved one can make a unique and lovely addition to your floral arrangement. 

    Photo by Clary Pfeiffer Photography

    Carry an Heirloom
    Whether it’s a handkerchief or a religious element like a rosary or Bible, you can carry a special possession that belonged to your late family member or friend as you walk down the aisle.

    Photos by Erin Leigh and onelove photography

    Special Rings
    Heirloom rings provide a memory that you’ll wear every day. 


    Photo by Emily Alt Photography

     

    Wear Jewelry and Accessories
    From necklaces to brooches, veils to hair combs, there are lots of ways to incorporate heirloom accessories into your wedding-day look. 


    Photo by J. Masciana Photography

    Add a Note to the Programs
    Honor loved ones by including their names and a special message in your ceremony programs. 


    Photo by Crystal Satriano Photography

    Save a Seat
    Reserve a seat at the ceremony and place your family member or friend’s favorite flower on the chair as you walk down the aisle. 


    Photo by Caroline + Ben Photography

    Play Special Music
    Whether it’s walking down the aisle to his or her favorite song or playing a beloved tune during the reception, appropriate music can be a subtle but poignant reminder of your family member or friend.  


    Photo by The Nichols

    Display Photos
    Share photos of your loved ones (perhaps alongside candles) during the reception.


    Photo by Arte de Vie

    Make a Donation
    In lieu of or in addition to favors, you may wish to make a donation to a cause that was meaningful to your family member or friend. 


    Photo by Kate Harrison Photography

     

     

    Add Vintage Décor
    If appropriate, you can utilize your loved ones’ favorite items in your wedding reception décor. We love how this bride used her grandfather’s film projector, among other items. 


    Photo by Marie Skerl Photography

    Share a Favorite Hobby or Activity
    If you and your grandmother loved to bake cookies together, why not serve her famous recipe as favors? Another idea from a real wedding: This bride shared her late father’s favorite cigars with her guests.  


    Photo by Michael Moss

    Looking for more sentimental touches to add to your wedding day? Check out this inspiration board full of great ideas!

    0
  • 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

    2
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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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