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  • Planning a vineyard wedding? Incorporate some decorative elements to go with the venue. Here are some of our favorite festive details.

    1. Repurposed Wine Barrels

    Photos by (left to right): Sarah Maren Photography, Caroline Tran

    Wine barrels can be used in a variety of creative ways, from floral column alternatives to wedding sign anchors to welcome tables and more! 

    2. Wine Bottle Tree

    Photo by Amanda Jameson

    Getting crafty with recycled wine bottles can yield some awesome eco-friendly decor.

    3. Wine Cork Monograms

    Photos by Katelyn James

    This is perhaps the most clever interpretation of monogram decor we've seen yet!

    4. Green Grape Escort Card Display

    Photo by Lisa Lefkowitz

    Display classic escort cards in a bed of grape bunches as a fun way for guests to find their seats. 

    5. Wine Bottle Guest Book Alternative

    Photo by Palm Beach Photography

    Instead of going with a traditional guest book, mix things up and have guests sign a wine bottle you can enjoy on your first anniversary.

    6. Wine Crate Centerpiece Container

    Photo by Hilary Grace Photography

    Arrange flowers in recycled wine crates instead of vases for an on-theme look. (And bonus points for that wine bottle table number!)

    7. Wine-Themed Table Names

    Photo by Shelly Kroeger Photography

    Distinguish your reception tables by names instead of numbers for a fun twist.

    8. Grapevine Chair Decor

    Photo by Megan Clouse

    In lieu of ribbon, signs, or other popular chair decor picks, adorn the happy couple's dining chairs in lovely grapevine. 

    9. Cork Charger Plates

    Photo by Jess Barfield

    Playing up your place settings is the perfect way to incorporate a hint of theme without going overboard.

    10. Grape-Topped Wedding Cake

    Photo by Jennifer Skog Photography

    Top your tiers with fresh fruit instead of flowers!

    Want more inspiration for your vineyard wedding? Check out our Vineyard Wedding Decor board!

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  • The pairing of these polar opposite colors creates a glamorous color palette that is perfect for classic couples. Check out a few of our favorites ways to get the look, then browse more black and white wedding ideas on our Black Wedding Themes board!  

    1. BLACK BRIDESMAID DRESSES

    Photo by Cyn Kain Photography

    Channel a more formal wedding style by dressing your best pals in sleek black gowns. We love the contrasting all-white bouquets in the shot above. 

    2. CHECKERBOARD DANCE FLOOR

    Photo by Jennifer Skog Photography

    What better way to dance away the night than on an old-school checkerboard dance floor under gorgeous white drapery?

    3. FLOWY FABRICS

    Photos by Christine Arnold Photography and Danielle Poff Photography

    Whether you use them as an entry way to your reception, or marry under them, these striped fabrics are a great extra for a glam or whimsical wedding. 

    4. PLACE SETTINGS

    Photo by SheWanders Photography

    This playful pattern gets a modern upgrade with a black and white color scheme, and we're loving how eye-catching it is!

    5. BLACK AND WHITE DESSERTS 

    Photo by IYQ Photography and Ben Q Photography

    This color combo manages to make cake look that much more delicious. 

    6. STYLISH STATIONERY

    Photo by Paper Antler

    Between the detailed script and overall formal aesthetic of the suite, it makes for an invitation your guests won't refuse. 

    7. BLACK DRESS DETAILS

    Gowns by Allure Bridals and Maggie Sottero, Fall 2014; Photo by Dan Lecca

    Dare to be different in a white gown with black lace detailing. It takes your wedding day look to the next level. 

    8. SWEET SIGNAGE

    Photos by Sweet Little Photographs and Amy Arrington Photography

    Cool graphics like these will add a fun, personal touch to your wedding celebration. 

    9. BEAUTIFUL BLOOMS

    Photos by Eclectic Images and Caroline Tran Photography; Floral Design (left) by Merveille Events 

    Whether you use anemones or black calla lilies with white accents, nothing says glam quite like a clean bouquet. 

    NEXT: 8 Champagne-Tastic Wedding Ideas

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff   Make your wedding escort cards even more special with these fresh flower wreaths that display guest's names and table numbers. They smell great, look good hanging or displayed flat on a table, and double as a small favor for guests to take home. Want to make your own?        Supplies: Floral Tape Velvet Ribbon Scissors Wire Clippers Vine Wrapped Craft Wire Fresh Flowers - Solidago, Phlox, Limonium-Caspia How-To:     1. Cut a piece of wire that is roughly nine inches long (this may vary depending on how large you want each wreath to be).     2. Bend the wire into a circle and twist the side around the circle you've created, to make it strong and secure.       3. Attach a few flowers to the circle at a time, using floral tape, and then stacking the next round of flowers on top of the tape from the last. Repeat this process until the circle is completely covered with flowers, and you cannot see any of the floral tape.     4. Cut a piece of ribbon for the top of the wreath. This can be used solely for decoration or as a way to hang each wreath on a wall or board.     5. Lastly, print table numbers and guest's names out onto card stock. Cut and attach to each wreath.  
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff   Make your wedding escort cards even more special with these fresh flower wreaths that display guest's names and table numbers. They smell great, look good hanging or displayed flat on a table, and double as a small favor for guests to take home. Want to make your own?        Supplies: Floral Tape Velvet Ribbon Scissors Wire Clippers Vine Wrapped Craft Wire Fresh Flowers - Solidago, Phlox, Limonium-Caspia How-To:     1. Cut a piece of wire that is roughly nine inches long (this may vary depending on how large you want each wreath to be).     2. Bend the wire into a circle and twist the side around the circle you've created, to make it strong and secure.       3. Attach a few flowers to the circle at a time, using floral tape, and then stacking the next round of flowers on top of the tape from the last. Repeat this process until the circle is completely covered with flowers, and you cannot see any of the floral tape.     4. Cut a piece of ribbon for the top of the wreath. This can be used solely for decoration or as a way to hang each wreath on a wall or board.     5. Lastly, print table numbers and guest's names out onto card stock. Cut and attach to each wreath.  
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  • There's so much you can do with a glass of bubbly! Check out 8 of our favorite ideas for incorporating champagne into your wedding day. Cheers! 

    Related: 8 Awesome Wedding Ideas for Wine Lovers

    1. GREET YOUR GUESTS

    Photo by David Abel Photography

    Welcome your guests to the reception with a glass of the finest champagne! Use them as escort cards if you're feeling creative. 

    2. MINI BOTTLES

    Photos by Rebecca Yale Portraits and Jim Kennedy Photographers

    Who doesn't want their own little bottle of champagne at the end of the night?

    3. PRIMP & DRINK

    Photo by Shannon Cronin Photography

    While you and your best pals are getting glam, have a glass of bubbly (or two) to calm the wedding jitters. 

    4. FRUITY & FIZZY

    Photos by White Loft Studio and By Millie B Photography

    Add some fresh fruit to your drink as a fun and flavorful extra.

    5. DECORATIVE DISPLAY

    Photos by Jenny Demarco Photography

    Coordinate your bubbly bottles with your wedding decor. We're loving these preppy displays. 

    6. TOASTING FLUTES

    Photo by POPography

    Reserve special glasses for the big toast, and get them engraved to have as a momento you can cherish forever. 

    7. ICE BUCKETS

    Photo by Jose Villa Photographer and Paper Antler 

    Keep the champagne cold until the very last minute! Invest in an ice bucket that's just as pretty as it is practical. 

    8. BUBBLE ROOM

    Photos by Onelove Photography

    We love the idea of having a room totally devoted to drinking champagne, and we're sure your guests will too! 

    NEXT: GLAM WEDDING DECOR >>

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  • Let's face it, we all get a feeling of nostalgia when we think back to our younger, more carefree days. From games to fun decor, there are plenty of ways to bring out your inner-kid at your wedding. Check out some of our throwback ideas. 

    1. SILLY WEDDING PARTY POSE

    Photo by Aaron Watson Photography 

    These fun, cheerleader-inspired moves will make picture time that much more fun—and create a hilarious memory! Find 8 more funny wedding party pictures here.  

    2. WEDDING MAD LIBS

    Photos by Catie Bartlett Photography and Weston Neuschafer  Photography

    Put a twist on a favorite childhood game by asking guests to fill in the blanks! This is a creative way for guests to congratulate you on your wedding. 

    3. PAPER DECOR

    Photo by Josselyn Peterson Photography

    It's safe to say that paper streamers and garlands aren't just for kid birthday parties anymore. We love the whimsical touch they add to any wedding! 

    4. CANDY BUFFET

    Photo by Joel Bedford Photography

    Nothing is more kid (and kid-at-heart) friendly than a candy buffet. Provide to-go bags so guests can satisfy their sweet tooth long after the party ends. 

    5. LAWN GAMES

    Photo by Kim Schepperley Photography 

    Keep your non-dancing guests entertained at your reception by setting up activities such as bocce, cornhole, or any other game that was a childhood favorite. 

    6. CARTOON INVITATIONS

    Photo by Flora + Fauna Photography

    Creative cartoons and silly graphics are a great way to add a pop of personality to your wedding invitations. 

    7. PHOTOBOOTH FUN

    Photos by Ampersand Photography and Rachel Marie Photographie 

    Play dress-up in your very own photobooth! Gather props like hats and funny signs and prepare to make your silliest face! 

    8. KID TIME

    Photos by Jillian Mitchell Photography and Kristyn Hogan Photography

    Give your littlest guests some space to play by creating a kids lounge or giving them their own separate table!

    9. CONFETTI

    Photo by Julie Saad Photography 

    When you're a kid, the only proper way to celebrate is with confetti. Ask guests to toss it at you during the recessional, or as a send-off. 

    10. SPRINKLES

    Photos by Amy & Jordan and Calling all Cakes 

    Can you remember a time in your childhood when you had a cake without sprinkles? Add this colorful adornment to your wedding day confection for a pop of color. 

    11. WATER BALLOONS

    Photos by Katelyn James Photography

    Whether they're just for fun or to cool off, get inspired by this fun splash zone and consider using it as reception entertainment! 

    MORE: WHIMSICAL WEDDING DECOR IDEAS >>

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  • Project by Janie Medley Photos by Tori Watson   This DIY flower crown is perfect for the bohemian bride!       Ingredients:  Seeded Eucalyptus Waxflowers Tansy Flowers + the pretty green leaves Scissors Floral Tape Floral Wire How To:      Once you get the flowers home, give the stems a cut and place in a clean vessel with water to let them hydrate for about an hour or two.   Separate the flowers from the stems and make mini bouquets.       Take the 2 pieces of floral wire and place one piece midway on top of the second piece. Then, cover the wires with the floral tape. Note: to save time, you can also purchase floral cloth wire. This way, you would only have to tape the two pieces together.   Now bend the wired to form a circle and measure the crown around your head and cut off  the excess wire, but leave enough to make adjustments if necessary.     Start adding the mini bouquets of flowers and taping them on with the floral tape. Overlap the bundles of flowers as you add them on. Just have fun with this process and be creative as you like.     There you have it!!  
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  • Meherbani Mandap Creations is a Melbourne based Indian decoration company who specialise in unique mandaps. Mandap Creations also offer table centrepieces, live bollywood music, lok geet, Indian catering, mendhi night decor, dhol & DJ services, photography and a photo booth service

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  • Who says portraits have to be all manly poses and serious faces? These groomsmen are cracking me up with their hilarious picture ideas. 

    1. The Gender Flipped Ring Pic 

    Photo by j.woodbery photography 

    Everyone's always asking to see the bride's bling, so kudos to this guy for showing off his. 

    2. Jumping (Really High) for Joy 

    Photo courtesy Morais Vineyard 

    So high, in fact, that you're poised to jump right over the bridesmaids heads. 

    3. Hi-Ya!

    Photo by Suzanne Rothmeyer

    Karate chop! Well, sort of. 

    4. This Guy 

    Photo by onelove Photography 

    Just a couple of guys, cracking each other up. 

    5. Attack of the 50 Foot Bride 

    Photo by Secrest Wedding Photography 

    Ahh!!!!

    6. Street Musicians 

    Photo by Heather Kincaid

    More cowbell! 

    7. Going Topless 

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    Photo by Heather Kincaid

    When all else fails, just take off your shirt. 

    8. Going Topless (Pt. II) 

    Photo by J Wiley 

    Or, you know, just leave it mostly unbuttoned. 

    9. Dunce Cap 

    Photo by Weston Neuschafer 

    Gotta love a groom who isn't afraid to poke fun at himself. 

    NEXT: 8 Funny Pictures to Take With Your Wedding Party

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  • Many brides today are foregoing the traditional veil for their wedding day and replacing it with everything from flower crowns to headbands. Check out some of our favorite ideas! You'll find even more wedding hair inspiration on our beauty boards. 

    1. RHINESTONE HEADBAND

    Photos courtesy of Blooming Beauty by Cammy and Bridal Hair by Remona

    Add some sparkle to your bridal look with a fun headband that really lets you stand out. 

    2. RIBBONS

    Photos by Branham Perceptions Photography and Taylor Lord Photography 

    Weave a ribbon into your braid or tie it into your updo for a girly chic look! 

    3. ART DECO HEADBAND

    Photos by Marvin Tsai Photography and Blooming Beauty by Cammy 

    We love the intricate beading and dangling pearls on these vintage-inspired hair accessories. 

    4. FRESH FLOWERS

    Photos by Lisa Lefkowitz and Maggie Forston Photography 

    Nothing says romantic like beautiful blooms do, and we think this look is perfect for an outdoor spring wedding. 

    5. CLASSIC CLIPS

    Photos courtesy of Forever Makeup by Lily H

    If you want ditch the veil while still adhering to tradition, a sophisticated hair clip is a great way to go. 

    6. PEARL HEADPIECE

    Photo by William Innes Photography and Andi Mans Photography

    Pearls work well with any wedding style, and we're in full support of swapping out your veil for one of these stunning headpieces. 

    7. FEATHERS

    Photos by Shelly Kroeger Photography and Amanda Julca Photography

    This fun and whimsical look is sure to turn heads for your walk down the aisle!

    8. FLORAL CROWN

    Photos by Katelyn James Photography and Michael Radford Photography 

    Channel your inner garden princess by donning a floral crown. Tip: stick to smaller blooms so they don't overshadow your hair and make-up! 

    NEXT: 8 Hair + Makeup Ideas for the Glam Bride

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  • Planning a vineyard wedding? Incorporate some decorative elements to go with the venue. Here are some of our favorite festive details.

    1. Repurposed Wine Barrels

    Photos by (left to right): Sarah Maren Photography, Caroline Tran

    Wine barrels can be used in a variety of creative ways, from floral column alternatives to wedding sign anchors to welcome tables and more! 

    2. Wine Bottle Tree

    Photo by Amanda Jameson

    Getting crafty with recycled wine bottles can yield some awesome eco-friendly decor.

    3. Wine Cork Monograms

    Photos by Katelyn James

    This is perhaps the most clever interpretation of monogram decor we've seen yet!

    4. Green Grape Escort Card Display

    Photo by Lisa Lefkowitz

    Display classic escort cards in a bed of grape bunches as a fun way for guests to find their seats. 

    5. Wine Bottle Guest Book Alternative

    Photo by Palm Beach Photography

    Instead of going with a traditional guest book, mix things up and have guests sign a wine bottle you can enjoy on your first anniversary.

    6. Wine Crate Centerpiece Container

    Photo by Hilary Grace Photography

    Arrange flowers in recycled wine crates instead of vases for an on-theme look. (And bonus points for that wine bottle table number!)

    7. Wine-Themed Table Names

    Photo by Shelly Kroeger Photography

    Distinguish your reception tables by names instead of numbers for a fun twist.

    8. Grapevine Chair Decor

    Photo by Megan Clouse

    In lieu of ribbon, signs, or other popular chair decor picks, adorn the happy couple's dining chairs in lovely grapevine. 

    9. Cork Charger Plates

    Photo by Jess Barfield

    Playing up your place settings is the perfect way to incorporate a hint of theme without going overboard.

    10. Grape-Topped Wedding Cake

    Photo by Jennifer Skog Photography

    Top your tiers with fresh fruit instead of flowers!

    Want more inspiration for your vineyard wedding? Check out our Vineyard Wedding Decor board!

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  • The pairing of these polar opposite colors creates a glamorous color palette that is perfect for classic couples. Check out a few of our favorites ways to get the look, then browse more black and white wedding ideas on our Black Wedding Themes board!  

    1. BLACK BRIDESMAID DRESSES

    Photo by Cyn Kain Photography

    Channel a more formal wedding style by dressing your best pals in sleek black gowns. We love the contrasting all-white bouquets in the shot above. 

    2. CHECKERBOARD DANCE FLOOR

    Photo by Jennifer Skog Photography

    What better way to dance away the night than on an old-school checkerboard dance floor under gorgeous white drapery?

    3. FLOWY FABRICS

    Photos by Christine Arnold Photography and Danielle Poff Photography

    Whether you use them as an entry way to your reception, or marry under them, these striped fabrics are a great extra for a glam or whimsical wedding. 

    4. PLACE SETTINGS

    Photo by SheWanders Photography

    This playful pattern gets a modern upgrade with a black and white color scheme, and we're loving how eye-catching it is!

    5. BLACK AND WHITE DESSERTS 

    Photo by IYQ Photography and Ben Q Photography

    This color combo manages to make cake look that much more delicious. 

    6. STYLISH STATIONERY

    Photo by Paper Antler

    Between the detailed script and overall formal aesthetic of the suite, it makes for an invitation your guests won't refuse. 

    7. BLACK DRESS DETAILS

    Gowns by Allure Bridals and Maggie Sottero, Fall 2014; Photo by Dan Lecca

    Dare to be different in a white gown with black lace detailing. It takes your wedding day look to the next level. 

    8. SWEET SIGNAGE

    Photos by Sweet Little Photographs and Amy Arrington Photography

    Cool graphics like these will add a fun, personal touch to your wedding celebration. 

    9. BEAUTIFUL BLOOMS

    Photos by Eclectic Images and Caroline Tran Photography; Floral Design (left) by Merveille Events 

    Whether you use anemones or black calla lilies with white accents, nothing says glam quite like a clean bouquet. 

    NEXT: 8 Champagne-Tastic Wedding Ideas

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff   Make your wedding escort cards even more special with these fresh flower wreaths that display guest's names and table numbers. They smell great, look good hanging or displayed flat on a table, and double as a small favor for guests to take home. Want to make your own?        Supplies: Floral Tape Velvet Ribbon Scissors Wire Clippers Vine Wrapped Craft Wire Fresh Flowers - Solidago, Phlox, Limonium-Caspia How-To:     1. Cut a piece of wire that is roughly nine inches long (this may vary depending on how large you want each wreath to be).     2. Bend the wire into a circle and twist the side around the circle you've created, to make it strong and secure.       3. Attach a few flowers to the circle at a time, using floral tape, and then stacking the next round of flowers on top of the tape from the last. Repeat this process until the circle is completely covered with flowers, and you cannot see any of the floral tape.     4. Cut a piece of ribbon for the top of the wreath. This can be used solely for decoration or as a way to hang each wreath on a wall or board.     5. Lastly, print table numbers and guest's names out onto card stock. Cut and attach to each wreath.  
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff   Make your wedding escort cards even more special with these fresh flower wreaths that display guest's names and table numbers. They smell great, look good hanging or displayed flat on a table, and double as a small favor for guests to take home. Want to make your own?        Supplies: Floral Tape Velvet Ribbon Scissors Wire Clippers Vine Wrapped Craft Wire Fresh Flowers - Solidago, Phlox, Limonium-Caspia How-To:     1. Cut a piece of wire that is roughly nine inches long (this may vary depending on how large you want each wreath to be).     2. Bend the wire into a circle and twist the side around the circle you've created, to make it strong and secure.       3. Attach a few flowers to the circle at a time, using floral tape, and then stacking the next round of flowers on top of the tape from the last. Repeat this process until the circle is completely covered with flowers, and you cannot see any of the floral tape.     4. Cut a piece of ribbon for the top of the wreath. This can be used solely for decoration or as a way to hang each wreath on a wall or board.     5. Lastly, print table numbers and guest's names out onto card stock. Cut and attach to each wreath.  
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  • There's so much you can do with a glass of bubbly! Check out 8 of our favorite ideas for incorporating champagne into your wedding day. Cheers! 

    Related: 8 Awesome Wedding Ideas for Wine Lovers

    1. GREET YOUR GUESTS

    Photo by David Abel Photography

    Welcome your guests to the reception with a glass of the finest champagne! Use them as escort cards if you're feeling creative. 

    2. MINI BOTTLES

    Photos by Rebecca Yale Portraits and Jim Kennedy Photographers

    Who doesn't want their own little bottle of champagne at the end of the night?

    3. PRIMP & DRINK

    Photo by Shannon Cronin Photography

    While you and your best pals are getting glam, have a glass of bubbly (or two) to calm the wedding jitters. 

    4. FRUITY & FIZZY

    Photos by White Loft Studio and By Millie B Photography

    Add some fresh fruit to your drink as a fun and flavorful extra.

    5. DECORATIVE DISPLAY

    Photos by Jenny Demarco Photography

    Coordinate your bubbly bottles with your wedding decor. We're loving these preppy displays. 

    6. TOASTING FLUTES

    Photo by POPography

    Reserve special glasses for the big toast, and get them engraved to have as a momento you can cherish forever. 

    7. ICE BUCKETS

    Photo by Jose Villa Photographer and Paper Antler 

    Keep the champagne cold until the very last minute! Invest in an ice bucket that's just as pretty as it is practical. 

    8. BUBBLE ROOM

    Photos by Onelove Photography

    We love the idea of having a room totally devoted to drinking champagne, and we're sure your guests will too! 

    NEXT: GLAM WEDDING DECOR >>

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  • Let's face it, we all get a feeling of nostalgia when we think back to our younger, more carefree days. From games to fun decor, there are plenty of ways to bring out your inner-kid at your wedding. Check out some of our throwback ideas. 

    1. SILLY WEDDING PARTY POSE

    Photo by Aaron Watson Photography 

    These fun, cheerleader-inspired moves will make picture time that much more fun—and create a hilarious memory! Find 8 more funny wedding party pictures here.  

    2. WEDDING MAD LIBS

    Photos by Catie Bartlett Photography and Weston Neuschafer  Photography

    Put a twist on a favorite childhood game by asking guests to fill in the blanks! This is a creative way for guests to congratulate you on your wedding. 

    3. PAPER DECOR

    Photo by Josselyn Peterson Photography

    It's safe to say that paper streamers and garlands aren't just for kid birthday parties anymore. We love the whimsical touch they add to any wedding! 

    4. CANDY BUFFET

    Photo by Joel Bedford Photography

    Nothing is more kid (and kid-at-heart) friendly than a candy buffet. Provide to-go bags so guests can satisfy their sweet tooth long after the party ends. 

    5. LAWN GAMES

    Photo by Kim Schepperley Photography 

    Keep your non-dancing guests entertained at your reception by setting up activities such as bocce, cornhole, or any other game that was a childhood favorite. 

    6. CARTOON INVITATIONS

    Photo by Flora + Fauna Photography

    Creative cartoons and silly graphics are a great way to add a pop of personality to your wedding invitations. 

    7. PHOTOBOOTH FUN

    Photos by Ampersand Photography and Rachel Marie Photographie 

    Play dress-up in your very own photobooth! Gather props like hats and funny signs and prepare to make your silliest face! 

    8. KID TIME

    Photos by Jillian Mitchell Photography and Kristyn Hogan Photography

    Give your littlest guests some space to play by creating a kids lounge or giving them their own separate table!

    9. CONFETTI

    Photo by Julie Saad Photography 

    When you're a kid, the only proper way to celebrate is with confetti. Ask guests to toss it at you during the recessional, or as a send-off. 

    10. SPRINKLES

    Photos by Amy & Jordan and Calling all Cakes 

    Can you remember a time in your childhood when you had a cake without sprinkles? Add this colorful adornment to your wedding day confection for a pop of color. 

    11. WATER BALLOONS

    Photos by Katelyn James Photography

    Whether they're just for fun or to cool off, get inspired by this fun splash zone and consider using it as reception entertainment! 

    MORE: WHIMSICAL WEDDING DECOR IDEAS >>

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  • Project by Janie Medley Photos by Tori Watson   This DIY flower crown is perfect for the bohemian bride!       Ingredients:  Seeded Eucalyptus Waxflowers Tansy Flowers + the pretty green leaves Scissors Floral Tape Floral Wire How To:      Once you get the flowers home, give the stems a cut and place in a clean vessel with water to let them hydrate for about an hour or two.   Separate the flowers from the stems and make mini bouquets.       Take the 2 pieces of floral wire and place one piece midway on top of the second piece. Then, cover the wires with the floral tape. Note: to save time, you can also purchase floral cloth wire. This way, you would only have to tape the two pieces together.   Now bend the wired to form a circle and measure the crown around your head and cut off  the excess wire, but leave enough to make adjustments if necessary.     Start adding the mini bouquets of flowers and taping them on with the floral tape. Overlap the bundles of flowers as you add them on. Just have fun with this process and be creative as you like.     There you have it!!  
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  • Meherbani Mandap Creations is a Melbourne based Indian decoration company who specialise in unique mandaps. Mandap Creations also offer table centrepieces, live bollywood music, lok geet, Indian catering, mendhi night decor, dhol & DJ services, photography and a photo booth service

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  • Who says portraits have to be all manly poses and serious faces? These groomsmen are cracking me up with their hilarious picture ideas. 

    1. The Gender Flipped Ring Pic 

    Photo by j.woodbery photography 

    Everyone's always asking to see the bride's bling, so kudos to this guy for showing off his. 

    2. Jumping (Really High) for Joy 

    Photo courtesy Morais Vineyard 

    So high, in fact, that you're poised to jump right over the bridesmaids heads. 

    3. Hi-Ya!

    Photo by Suzanne Rothmeyer

    Karate chop! Well, sort of. 

    4. This Guy 

    Photo by onelove Photography 

    Just a couple of guys, cracking each other up. 

    5. Attack of the 50 Foot Bride 

    Photo by Secrest Wedding Photography 

    Ahh!!!!

    6. Street Musicians 

    Photo by Heather Kincaid

    More cowbell! 

    7. Going Topless 

    \

    Photo by Heather Kincaid

    When all else fails, just take off your shirt. 

    8. Going Topless (Pt. II) 

    Photo by J Wiley 

    Or, you know, just leave it mostly unbuttoned. 

    9. Dunce Cap 

    Photo by Weston Neuschafer 

    Gotta love a groom who isn't afraid to poke fun at himself. 

    NEXT: 8 Funny Pictures to Take With Your Wedding Party

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  • Many brides today are foregoing the traditional veil for their wedding day and replacing it with everything from flower crowns to headbands. Check out some of our favorite ideas! You'll find even more wedding hair inspiration on our beauty boards. 

    1. RHINESTONE HEADBAND

    Photos courtesy of Blooming Beauty by Cammy and Bridal Hair by Remona

    Add some sparkle to your bridal look with a fun headband that really lets you stand out. 

    2. RIBBONS

    Photos by Branham Perceptions Photography and Taylor Lord Photography 

    Weave a ribbon into your braid or tie it into your updo for a girly chic look! 

    3. ART DECO HEADBAND

    Photos by Marvin Tsai Photography and Blooming Beauty by Cammy 

    We love the intricate beading and dangling pearls on these vintage-inspired hair accessories. 

    4. FRESH FLOWERS

    Photos by Lisa Lefkowitz and Maggie Forston Photography 

    Nothing says romantic like beautiful blooms do, and we think this look is perfect for an outdoor spring wedding. 

    5. CLASSIC CLIPS

    Photos courtesy of Forever Makeup by Lily H

    If you want ditch the veil while still adhering to tradition, a sophisticated hair clip is a great way to go. 

    6. PEARL HEADPIECE

    Photo by William Innes Photography and Andi Mans Photography

    Pearls work well with any wedding style, and we're in full support of swapping out your veil for one of these stunning headpieces. 

    7. FEATHERS

    Photos by Shelly Kroeger Photography and Amanda Julca Photography

    This fun and whimsical look is sure to turn heads for your walk down the aisle!

    8. FLORAL CROWN

    Photos by Katelyn James Photography and Michael Radford Photography 

    Channel your inner garden princess by donning a floral crown. Tip: stick to smaller blooms so they don't overshadow your hair and make-up! 

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