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Take your bridal party to the next level and outfit them in a fun pattern that will really wow the crowd. For even more more inspiration, click through our bridesmaid dress photos.
1. TWO-TONED PASTELS
Photo by Katelyn James Photography
We love the pastel color blocking on this perfectly preppy ensemble!
Photos by Heather Kincaid Photography
Chevron is a classic wedding pattern for reception decor, so try it out on your best pals!
3. FLOWY FLORALS
Photos by Ryan Ray Photography and Sharon Nicole Photography
There's something so romantic about a flowing chiffon dress, and we think the floral pattern makes it look even better.
4. BLACK AND WHITE
Photo by Kate Osborne Photography
The stark contrast of these horizontal stripes is both eye-catching and totally unique. Try it out for your winter wedding!
5. SEER SUCKER
Photos by Nine Photography
These short seer sucker frocks are the perfect fit for a nautical wedding.
6. FREE FOR ALL
Photo by Oli Sansom Photography
Having trouble deciding on just one look? Well, you're in luck because bridal parties with variety are definitely up and coming.
7. SOFT STRIPES
Photo by Ruth Eileen Photography
These short, sleeveless ensembles are just the ticket for a simple, outdoor wedding.
8. 50s-INSPIRED DRESSES
Photo by Oz Visuals
This fun and feminine throwback look is ideal for a garden wedding.
9. WHIMSICAL FLOWERS
Photo by Shelly Kroeger Photography
If you're going for a casual summer wedding, this whimsical flower pattern matches perfectly.
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Pretty up your place settings with any of these creative finishing touches!
1. A Single Flower
Photo by Rachel May Photography
Welcome guests to the table with a pretty fresh-cut bloom.
2. A Succulent
Photo by Coco Tran Photography
...Or opt for succulents for more of a modern, eco-friendly look.
3. A Piece of Fruit
Photo by Ruth Eileen Photography
Fresh fruit is a budget-friendly (and tasty!) way to dress up your tabletops.
4. A Party Popper
Photo by Jackie Wonders Photography
Create DIY poppers out of cardboard tubes and crepe paper. Fill them with confetti, favors, or fun little treats!
5. A Bow Napkin
Photo by Marta Locklear
Fold cloth dinner napkins into bow tie shapes and wrap the centers with strips of colorful ribbon or fabric.
6. A Feather
Photo by Milou + Olin
This natural accent makes a nice finishing touch to a boho-chic tablescape.
7. A Figurine
Photo by Meg Van Kampen Studios
Adding little themed objects to each setting is a perfect way to incorporate your decor scheme without going overboard.
8. A Favor
Photo by Ryan Ray
Surprise guests with little "thank you" gifts in pretty packaging!
9. A Sprig of Herbs
Photo by Abi Q Photography
Accent neutral place settings with fresh, fragrant herbs like rosemary, thyme, or basil. We especially love this idea for a wedding set on a farm, in a garden, or at a vineyard!
10. A Sweet
Photo courtesy of Floral & Bloom Designs
Give guests a sugary treat to save as an end-of-meal palatte cleanser (or eat right away!)
Looking for a little more tabletop inspiration? Check out our Table Linens, Tablescapes, and Place Settings boards!
Are you ready, the beautiful brides? This Autumn or Winter in 2014? Which wedding dress will be better for your unique wedding party? On the one day, every girl wanna to be the most beautiful bride. In all kinds of wedding dresses, what style dresses would be your better choice?
1. Brilliant Beaded Halter Neckline Ruffles Bodice Natural Waist with Beadworks Ball Gown Short Prom Dress could show your straight beautiful legs. The most beautiful part of your body would be revealed. White and ivory were often chosen by costumers.
2. Chiffon Gown with Beaded Waist might be a better choice for your Autumn or winter wedding party, especially for Garden Wedding Dresses . The Ivory color dress and the colors of Autumn or winter could form a natural picture. This would be very romantic! The feature of this style is its beaded waistband which wraps around the hips. This dress would highlight your beautiful waist.
3. Strapless Neckline Natural Waist with Black Tie Belt Zipper Back A-line Knee-length Wedding Dress with Applique on promeshop.com is also your better consideration for your wedding party. When on the wedding day itself, you and your husband walk through a field of freshly fallen leaves, the picture would be perfect! The pleated tiers of tulle and beaded lace embellishments give this dress a distinctively textured and glamorous appeal.
Besides just serving your favorite vintage at the reception, of course :)
Related: 9 Wine Wedding Decor Ideas.
1. GET MARRIED AT A VINEYARD
Photo by Lauren Hillary Photography
There's no better place to get married for a wine lover than a gorgeous vineyard. Talk about a great backdrop for photos!
2. CHEESE BOARD
Photos by Bryon Loves Fawn Photography and Cage and Aquarium Productions
Compliment your wine list with various cheese offerings during cocktail hour.
3. SPECIALTY WINES
Photos by Angie Silvy Photography and Christina Kiffney Photography
If you're hosting your reception at a vineyard or winery, chances are they have their own wine made on site. Serve it up (complete with a custom label) for guests to enjoy!
4. ENGRAVED GLASSES
Photos by Janelle Kappe Photography and Katelyn James Photography
Personalize your toasting glasses so you can enjoy the memory of your special day for years to come. Engaved wine glasses also make great favors.
5. STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE
Photo by Michael and Carina Photography and Jennifer Skog Photography
Grapes are a great decor choice for a vineyard wedding.
6. WINE-THEMED DECOR
Photos by Shelly Kroeger Photography
Showcase your love of wine on your table names. You can also craft adorable escort cards to match the theme!
7. WINE BOX
Photo by Lovebirds Photo by Chrissy Lynn
Use a personalized wine box as a prop on your welcome table for guests to leave well wishes or to organize favors.
8. ANNIVERSARY WINE
Photos by A. Blake Photography and Palm Beach Photography
Set aside bottles of wine to uncork on your 1st, 10th, even silver anniversary! Ask your guests to sign them as well.
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Every girl wants to look amazing on her wedding day, and that means more than finding your dream dress. Perfect hair and makeup is just as essential. If you're going glam for your nuptials make sure your beauty look matches. Get inspired by these real brides!
1. LOVELY LASHES
Photo by Woodland Fields Photography
Whether you opt for real or false lashes, it's important they look full and lucious! If you decide to glam up with faux ones, check out our tips here.
2. BEAUTIFUL BUN
Photos by Jen Huang Photography
Take a lesson from the brides above and ask your hair stylist for a gorgeous bun. Not only will it wow your guests, but you won't have to worry about stray hair getting in your way!
3. CURLY LOCKS
Photos by Lindsey Gomes Photography and Aubrey Joy Photography
We're loving the fun and flirty look of these tightly-wound girls. Whether you pull them back or show them off, you can't go wrong with this ultra-feminine look.
4. BOLD LIPS
Photos by Andy Sams Photography and Melvin Gilbert Photography
If there's ever a time to be bold, it's your wedding day. All eyes are on you- so why not rock that lipstick shade you love so much?
5. DETAILED UPDO
Photo by Dust Studios
Nothing says glamour like an intricate updo. Stun from the back with a detailed 'do like the one above.
6. REGAL ACCESSORIES
Photos by Michelle Warren Photography and Julie Napear Photography
If you're going the royal route by walking down the aisle in a beautiful ballgown, don't forget to accessorize with a crown hairpiece.
7. ELEGANT EYES
Photos by Robyn Preston Photography and Volatile Photography
Amp up the hue of your eye shadow for the day. Go metallic for a modern, edgy look or a pink tone if you're looking for something more romantic.
8. CURLY PONYTAIL
Photos by Hair + Makeup by Steph and Jewel Hair Design
These elegant 'dos take the average ponytail to the next level. Add some gurls and style it to the side for a jaw-dropping look.
Project by Janie Medley Photos by Tori of Marvelous Things Photography This is the perfect floral DIY for the décor at a wedding reception, dinner parties, baby showers...the list goes on! Ingredients: Bud Vases Wire Scissors Flowers (I used Bupleurum, Queen Anne’s Lace and Snow on the Mountain) How To: Step 1: Extend the wire about 12 inches. Next, wrap the wire around the top of the vase 2-3 times and pull it tight. Now, criss cross the wire 3-4 times. Step 2: Repeat Step 1 and remember not to cut the wire until you have connected all the vases with the wire. Also, make sure to leave at least 10-12 inches of wire between each vase! Step 3: I connected the vases to the mantel in my home with clear packing tape. Depending on what you are connecting the vases to, you could use nails to secure them. Once the vases were in place, I placed the flowers inside the vases and I decorated the mantel with flowers and lots of votives! Love the look of suspended blooms? Check out our Hanging Flowers board for more inspiration!
We've all had our fantasies of walking the red carpet with flashing lights in our face and sipping on champagne beside dozens of famous faces. Since you're basically a star on you're wedding day, why not celebrate like one? Check out the ideas below that will help you achieve the Hollywood dream.
1. MARQUEE SIGN
Photo by Onelove Photography
Let everyone know you're getting hitched by displaying a sign just like a movie so everyone can see!
2. POPCORN SNACKS
Photos by Jodi Miller Photography and Cory Ryan Photography
No Hollywood celebration is complete without popcorn. Use it as a favor or offer it as an alternative to dessert (or in addition to).
3. MOVIE REFERENCES
Photos by Andy Sams Photography and Dear Darling Photography
Get creative with your table names! Instead of using a number like everyone else, give your favorite movies a shout-out.
4. ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE
Photo courtesy of Capitol Theatre
This couple took Shakespeare's famous line to heart and tied the knot in a local theater in Tennesse. We love their creativity!
5. SPARKLY STYLE
Photo by Jodi Miller Photography
Channel old Hollywood glamour by outfitting your girls in sequin minis that are guaranteed to turn heads.
6. RAISE YOUR GLASS
Photos by Eli Turner Photography and White Loft Studio
Don't forget to fill your glass with Hollywood's favorite drink. Add fruit for a twist on the classic bubbly beverage.
7. BOLD LIPS
Photo by Michelle March Photography
Whether you're going for a deep red or a bright pink, go bold with your lip color! It's your day and your turn to feel glamorous.
8. SAY IT IN LIGHTS
Photo by Paige Winn Photo
Using illuminated signs throughout your reception is both eye-catching and practical, so guests can read them well after sundown.
Photos by Wink! and Onelove Photography
Celebs love to rock their sunglasses no matter if it's inside or at night. Let your guests feel just as stylish by giving them out as favors!
10. FUR SHAWL
Photos by Sur La Lune Photography and Abby Jiu Photography
What better way to feel like a top A-list celebrity than by rocking a fur shawl? We love this cozy look for a winter wedding.
11. MOVIE NIGHT
Photo by Earthmuse Photography
Turn your reception into your own movie theater by showing off pictures of your and your new spouse on the big screen.
12. RED-CARPET READY
Photo by Mihajaja Photography
Last but least, don't forget to use your aisle as your very own red carpet. It's your big moment as a couple and you deserve to have a grand enterance!
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If you and your significant other love seeking out new foods and value good quality ingredients, then you (understandably) have high standards for your wedding day grub. These delicious meal ideas from real weddings are sure to have your guests going back for seconds.
1. CHEESE PLATTER
Photo by Cage & Aquarium Productions
Let your guests indulge in various gourmet cheeses! Chances are, they'll be very thankful for your food expertise.
2. MADE-TO-ORDER CREPES
Photos by Viera Photographics and Eric Kelley Photography
Breakfast for dinner anyone? Set up a crepe station so guests can satisfy their sweet tooth early in the night (or serve these instead of cake).
3. HERB DISPLAY
Photos by onelove Photography
Add a kick to the meal by offering a variety of add-on herbs and spices. You can also set small bags or jars by the display and let guests take home a sampling of their favorites as favors!
4. DESSERT SHOOTERS
Photos by Sweet and Saucy Shop
Make dessert even more fun by putting your confections in a shot glass!
5. GRILL OUT
Photos by Millie Holloman Photography
Instead of the traditional fine dining at your reception, opt for something more casual—like a barbeque!
6. LATE-NIGHT FOOD TRUCK
Photo by This Modern Romance
Your guests are bound to get hungry after dancing up a storm, so ask your favorite food truck to make a late-night appearance at your reception!
7. CHEESE CAKE
Photos by Aaron Delesie Photography and Caught the Light
If you and your significant other are lacking a sweet tooth, serve a cheese wheel in lieu of a cake!
8. CLAM BAKE
Photo by Dreamlove Photography
A seafood broil is a great idea for an onceanfront reception.
9. BISCUIT BAR
Photos by Taylor Lord Photography
Tying the knot down south? Serve some traditional southern fare! A biscuit bar is just the ticket.
10. TACO BUFFET
Photos by Onelove PhotographyA
A build-your-own taco bar is pretty much always a crowd-pleaser.
11. BRICK-OVEN PIZZA
Photo by Sweet Little Photographs
We are totally on board with a brick-oven pizza dinner for your reception. Who doesn't want a cheesy slice of heaven?
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There's something so romantic about a garden wedding, don't you think? If you're thinking about exchaning vows while surrounded by blooms, try including a few of these pretty details! PS - want more inspiration? Check out our garden real weddings boards!
Photo by Wittaker Portraits
Since your walk down the aisle is going to be outside, give guests a parasol so they can keep cool in the shade while looking chic!
2. FLORAL ARCHES
Photo by Paige Winn Photography and Onelove Photography
We think a floral arch is the perfect decor element for a garden ceremony!
3. PLANTABLE FAVORS
Photo by Danyelle Matthews
Show off your love for the outdoors by giving each guest their own gardening project!
4. IRON WROUGHT CHAIRS
Photos by Meg Perotti Photography and Simply Bloom Photography
Seat your guests at tables with these Secret Garden-inspired chairs.
5. DECORATIVE WREATHS
Photos by Kate Osborne Photography and Vitalic Photo
Adorn your reception with gorgeous floral wreaths for a pop of color or a nature-inspired look.
6. REFRESHING DRINKS
Photos by Julie Napear Photography and J & E Fusion Photography
There's no doubt your guests will be parched after a few hours in the sun. Infuse water or lemonade with lavender or other herbs for a sweet way to quench their thirst.
7. WATERCOLOR INVITATIONS
Photo by Julie Song Ink
Set the mood for your romantic garden nuptials by sending out invites with lots of soft and feminine colors.
8. VINTAGE TEACUPS
Photo by PW Photography
Consider serving post-dinner coffee or tea in vintage china.
9. FLORAL-ADORNED CAKE
Photos by The Nichols Photography and Paige Winn Photo
Whether they're real or made of fondant, floral adornments are the perfect extra for the top of your cake.
10. PASTEL PALETTE
Photo by Katelyn James Photography
Show off your gorgeous girls by dressing them in romantic pastels like a soft pink or light green.
11. FLORAL CROWNS
Photos by Feather and Twine Photography and Fiore Beauty
Channel your inner garden princess with a a sweet, simply colored floral crown.
12. LACE DETAILS
Photos by This Modern Romance and Clary Pfeiffer Photography
Vintage lace is the perfect look for a lush garden wedding.
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