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  • This is the closest, most convenient airport to Irvine.

    10 minutes to Irvine, 25 minutes to Laguna Beach

    18601 Airport Way, Santa Ana, CA 92707

    949.252.5200

    http://www.ocair.com/

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  • This is a popular location, for those who want to stay in a hotel on the beach.

    211 N Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

    800.544.4479  949.497.9722

    http://www.innatlagunabeach.com/

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  • Please refer to Johnson/LaCorte Wedding Room Block.  Cut off date of 4/17/15.

    www.marriott.com/meeting-event-hotels/group-corporate-travel/groupCorp.mi?resLinkData=Johnson%20%26%20LaCorte%20Wedding%20Room%20Block%5esnasi%60JLWJLWA%7cJLWJLWB%60114.00-134.00%60USD%60false%605/15/15%605/17/15%6004/17/2015&app=resvlink&stop_mobi=yes

    888.321.2211

    7955 Irvine Center Dr, Irvine, CA 92618

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  • Please refer to Johnson/LaCorte Room Block.  Cut off date of 4/24/15.

    doubletree.hilton.com/en/dt/groups/personalized/O/ONAISDT-JLW-20150515/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG

    949.471.8888

    90 Pacifica, Irvine, CA 92618

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  • You should have seen me! Every day I was searching on Pinterest trying to find that perfect, elegant but budget friendly centerpiece. Everything I fell in love with I was trying to see if I could recreate it myself for a total of less than $10 per table. I wanted something unique that I hadn't seen people in my immediate group of friends do already and was wanted something that I could do myself. Needless to say I wasn't having much luck, that is until I found these!

     

    These Candle Luminary's can make for a beautiful and unique centerpiece for your wedding. The best part of these is they are pretty budget friendly and easy to make. 

    Materials: 

    Metal Sheeting (Home Depot offers 12 x 24 inch, 24 x 36 inch and 36 x 36 inch sheets) Multi-Purpose Snips Super Glue

    Optional:

    Cylander template Spray Paint

    Instructions:

    The first thing you want to decide is how big you want your luminarias. I bought a 12 x 24 inch sheet to practice with. My goal was to get three, different sized luminaries out of one sheet. The really great thing about these metal sheets is that they are flexible and you can test to see what size you want to do before you cut. 

    Once you have found the size you want, cut the metal and then form it into a circle. This can be the most time consuming part as you may need to bend and re-bend it to get it just about as circular as you would like. 

    Tip: You can use a cylinder template around the size of the luminary you are wanting. For example: soup cans, candles, etc.

    Use super-glue or some sort of adhesive glue to hold the luminaries shape. Below is a picture of the finished project. 

    Put votive candles inside and voila! Your one of a kind candle luminary centerpieces. 

    Tip :My suggestion is to get the 36 x 36 inch metal sheets and cut them into 5 12 x 24 sheets. I made the 3 luminaries above from 1 12 x 24 inch sheet. Depending on the design, the 36 x 36 sheets can run about $32+, and will get you about 5 tables worth of luminaries. That makes 5 tables for about $7 a piece (not including votive candles).

    Other Options:

    If you aren't satisfied with the silver color, there are black metal sheets or you can spray paint it to match your wedding colors.

    You can also use the cylinder's as vases for either fresh or silk flowers. 

    Either way you choose to use it, these can make for a great centerpiece for your wedding that will surely have your guests talking!

     

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  • We all know dessert is the best part of the wedding meal, so why not dress it up a bit? Here's 9 ideas for taking it above and beyond while showcasing your sweets. 

    RELATED: FIND CAKES & BAKERIES IN YOUR AREA >> 

    1. Flirty and Fun

    Photo by Ten·2·Ten Photography, Anne Edgar Photography, CGE Photography,Vision Photography, Lyn Ismael: Evocative Imagery of Love Stories

    Between the bright colors, pretty ribbon, and whimsical paper decor, we could stare at this display for hours. 

    2. Rustic Treats

    Photo by June Lion

    The mouth-watering assortment of treats paired with the light-up sign makes this display especially swoon-worthy. 

    3. Cool Cakes

    Photos by Anna Kim Photography and Lauren Peele Photography

    These creative cakes and sparkly linens are certainly dazzling to the eye. 

    4. Playful & Preppy

    Photo by Lindsay Docherty 

    Bright colors and fun patterns are the perfect recipe for a cool dessert display. Throw some blooms and fruit into the mix and you've got a winner. 

    5. French Fare

     

    Photos by Calli B Photography and Tealily Photography

    The mastermind behind these croquembouche displays sure knows how to make mouths water. 

    6. Sweet Treats

    Photo by The Bird & The Bear Photography

    This pretty-in-pink display full of sugary goodness has us craving candy!

    7. Creative Cupcakes

    Photos by KJS Photography and Shelly Kroeger Photography 

    Whether your day is rustic or girly glam, cupcakes are easily arranged to match your wedding day style. We love the tree branch idea!

    8. Nature-Inspired Display

    Photo by Troy Grover Photographers

    The burlap, tree slice cake stand, array of greens, and naked cake makes this display perfect for a rustic wedding.

    9. Ombre Macaroons

    Photos by Blaine Siesser Photography and The Nichols Photography

    We can't take our eyes off of the pretty shades of pink on these macaroons. 

    NEXT: The 20 Best New Cake Cutting Songs for 2014

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  • Project by Janie Medley

    Photos by Alisandra Photography

    This festive wreath is the perfect addition to an autumn wedding! 

    Ingredients:

    Grapevine wreath (purchase at local craft store) Bittersweet Grevillea or any type of flowering plant, you could also use rose hips Scissors

    How To: 

    Step One: I started the design process at the base of the wreath by inserting stems of the grevillea into the wreath. You don’t need to wire it on the wreath. Being that we are using a grapevine wreath, the stems will stay in place by forcing them within the wreath.

    Step Two: Continue this process until you are satisfied with the look you are going for.  I placed the grevillea on the bottom and the sides.

    Step Three: Now it’s time to add the bittersweet! Cut the bittersweet into smaller stems and begin filling in the wreath. You can add as much as you like to get the look that you desire. 

    There you have it! So perfect and for a fall wedding and for your home!

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  • Using fruit in your wedding décor can be a unique (and tasty!) idea. However, it’s important to make sure you’re using the right produce. It’s important to pick the hardiest types of fruit to ensure that there won’t be any rotting or unfortunate odors during the wedding. Here are five of our favorite fruits to use in wedding décor.

    Apples

    Apples are strong and firm fruit, meaning they can be used throughout your wedding décor, from centerpieces to escort cards and more. And because they are available in many colors, they can work with a variety of palettes.


    Photo by Richard Bell Photography

     

    Citrus

    Lemons, limes and orange are also quite versatile. Fill a clear centerpiece vase with whole fruit, or line a vase with slices. 


    Photos by (from left): Brandy and Beau, KLK Photography

     

    Pineapple

    What could be more ideal for a tropical wedding? Pineapples are certainly unique and modern, and can also be a little offbeat and edgy. We love seeing them used whole in centerpieces.


    Photos by (from left) Ali Harper, Rachel Robertson Photography

     

    Peaches

    This sweet fruit can add a lot of Southern charm to a wedding reception. Place a single peach on each place setting or a whole bunch in wooden boxes for a rustic (and budget-friendly!) centerpiece. 


    Photos by (from left) onelove photography, Daniel Kim Photography

     

    Plums

    We love the deep purple hue of a plum! Scatter them on the escort card table, or place a single fruit on each place setting for a detail that’s both lovely and totally edible.


    Photos by (from left): Aaron Watson Photography, Gina & Ryan Photography

    For more unique decor ideas, be sure to follow AlexandraDecorEditor »

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  • If you are intending to host a winter wedding, the first and also the most important thing you should do is choosing a unique for winter.

    As winter is a cold season, the first factor you should think when you are selecting the sweetheart mermaid wedding dress is keeping you warm. Avoid short length, high-low hemline, V-neck, backless and some other styles that will expose your skin largely. You can go for the sweetheart mermaid wedding dress with jackets. You can pick the best style sweetheart mermaid wedding dress from the various styles. Heavier fabrics such as taffeta, satin trimming are excellent choices for winter sweetheart mermaid wedding dress. These fabrics are considerably heavier than most other fabrics used for sweetheart mermaid wedding dress, making them great choices for winter weddings.

    If you follow the tips above, I believe will end up getting a great winter sweetheart that can make you feel warm and still look amazing for your wedding.

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  • This is the closest, most convenient airport to Irvine.

    10 minutes to Irvine, 25 minutes to Laguna Beach

    18601 Airport Way, Santa Ana, CA 92707

    949.252.5200

    http://www.ocair.com/

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  • This is a popular location, for those who want to stay in a hotel on the beach.

    211 N Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

    800.544.4479  949.497.9722

    http://www.innatlagunabeach.com/

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  • Please refer to Johnson/LaCorte Wedding Room Block.  Cut off date of 4/17/15.

    www.marriott.com/meeting-event-hotels/group-corporate-travel/groupCorp.mi?resLinkData=Johnson%20%26%20LaCorte%20Wedding%20Room%20Block%5esnasi%60JLWJLWA%7cJLWJLWB%60114.00-134.00%60USD%60false%605/15/15%605/17/15%6004/17/2015&app=resvlink&stop_mobi=yes

    888.321.2211

    7955 Irvine Center Dr, Irvine, CA 92618

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  • Please refer to Johnson/LaCorte Room Block.  Cut off date of 4/24/15.

    doubletree.hilton.com/en/dt/groups/personalized/O/ONAISDT-JLW-20150515/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG

    949.471.8888

    90 Pacifica, Irvine, CA 92618

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  • You should have seen me! Every day I was searching on Pinterest trying to find that perfect, elegant but budget friendly centerpiece. Everything I fell in love with I was trying to see if I could recreate it myself for a total of less than $10 per table. I wanted something unique that I hadn't seen people in my immediate group of friends do already and was wanted something that I could do myself. Needless to say I wasn't having much luck, that is until I found these!

     

    These Candle Luminary's can make for a beautiful and unique centerpiece for your wedding. The best part of these is they are pretty budget friendly and easy to make. 

    Materials: 

    Metal Sheeting (Home Depot offers 12 x 24 inch, 24 x 36 inch and 36 x 36 inch sheets) Multi-Purpose Snips Super Glue

    Optional:

    Cylander template Spray Paint

    Instructions:

    The first thing you want to decide is how big you want your luminarias. I bought a 12 x 24 inch sheet to practice with. My goal was to get three, different sized luminaries out of one sheet. The really great thing about these metal sheets is that they are flexible and you can test to see what size you want to do before you cut. 

    Once you have found the size you want, cut the metal and then form it into a circle. This can be the most time consuming part as you may need to bend and re-bend it to get it just about as circular as you would like. 

    Tip: You can use a cylinder template around the size of the luminary you are wanting. For example: soup cans, candles, etc.

    Use super-glue or some sort of adhesive glue to hold the luminaries shape. Below is a picture of the finished project. 

    Put votive candles inside and voila! Your one of a kind candle luminary centerpieces. 

    Tip :My suggestion is to get the 36 x 36 inch metal sheets and cut them into 5 12 x 24 sheets. I made the 3 luminaries above from 1 12 x 24 inch sheet. Depending on the design, the 36 x 36 sheets can run about $32+, and will get you about 5 tables worth of luminaries. That makes 5 tables for about $7 a piece (not including votive candles).

    Other Options:

    If you aren't satisfied with the silver color, there are black metal sheets or you can spray paint it to match your wedding colors.

    You can also use the cylinder's as vases for either fresh or silk flowers. 

    Either way you choose to use it, these can make for a great centerpiece for your wedding that will surely have your guests talking!

     

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  • fdasfas

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  • We all know dessert is the best part of the wedding meal, so why not dress it up a bit? Here's 9 ideas for taking it above and beyond while showcasing your sweets. 

    RELATED: FIND CAKES & BAKERIES IN YOUR AREA >> 

    1. Flirty and Fun

    Photo by Ten·2·Ten Photography, Anne Edgar Photography, CGE Photography,Vision Photography, Lyn Ismael: Evocative Imagery of Love Stories

    Between the bright colors, pretty ribbon, and whimsical paper decor, we could stare at this display for hours. 

    2. Rustic Treats

    Photo by June Lion

    The mouth-watering assortment of treats paired with the light-up sign makes this display especially swoon-worthy. 

    3. Cool Cakes

    Photos by Anna Kim Photography and Lauren Peele Photography

    These creative cakes and sparkly linens are certainly dazzling to the eye. 

    4. Playful & Preppy

    Photo by Lindsay Docherty 

    Bright colors and fun patterns are the perfect recipe for a cool dessert display. Throw some blooms and fruit into the mix and you've got a winner. 

    5. French Fare

     

    Photos by Calli B Photography and Tealily Photography

    The mastermind behind these croquembouche displays sure knows how to make mouths water. 

    6. Sweet Treats

    Photo by The Bird & The Bear Photography

    This pretty-in-pink display full of sugary goodness has us craving candy!

    7. Creative Cupcakes

    Photos by KJS Photography and Shelly Kroeger Photography 

    Whether your day is rustic or girly glam, cupcakes are easily arranged to match your wedding day style. We love the tree branch idea!

    8. Nature-Inspired Display

    Photo by Troy Grover Photographers

    The burlap, tree slice cake stand, array of greens, and naked cake makes this display perfect for a rustic wedding.

    9. Ombre Macaroons

    Photos by Blaine Siesser Photography and The Nichols Photography

    We can't take our eyes off of the pretty shades of pink on these macaroons. 

    NEXT: The 20 Best New Cake Cutting Songs for 2014

    1
  • Project by Janie Medley

    Photos by Alisandra Photography

    This festive wreath is the perfect addition to an autumn wedding! 

    Ingredients:

    Grapevine wreath (purchase at local craft store) Bittersweet Grevillea or any type of flowering plant, you could also use rose hips Scissors

    How To: 

    Step One: I started the design process at the base of the wreath by inserting stems of the grevillea into the wreath. You don’t need to wire it on the wreath. Being that we are using a grapevine wreath, the stems will stay in place by forcing them within the wreath.

    Step Two: Continue this process until you are satisfied with the look you are going for.  I placed the grevillea on the bottom and the sides.

    Step Three: Now it’s time to add the bittersweet! Cut the bittersweet into smaller stems and begin filling in the wreath. You can add as much as you like to get the look that you desire. 

    There you have it! So perfect and for a fall wedding and for your home!

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  • Using fruit in your wedding décor can be a unique (and tasty!) idea. However, it’s important to make sure you’re using the right produce. It’s important to pick the hardiest types of fruit to ensure that there won’t be any rotting or unfortunate odors during the wedding. Here are five of our favorite fruits to use in wedding décor.

    Apples

    Apples are strong and firm fruit, meaning they can be used throughout your wedding décor, from centerpieces to escort cards and more. And because they are available in many colors, they can work with a variety of palettes.


    Photo by Richard Bell Photography

     

    Citrus

    Lemons, limes and orange are also quite versatile. Fill a clear centerpiece vase with whole fruit, or line a vase with slices. 


    Photos by (from left): Brandy and Beau, KLK Photography

     

    Pineapple

    What could be more ideal for a tropical wedding? Pineapples are certainly unique and modern, and can also be a little offbeat and edgy. We love seeing them used whole in centerpieces.


    Photos by (from left) Ali Harper, Rachel Robertson Photography

     

    Peaches

    This sweet fruit can add a lot of Southern charm to a wedding reception. Place a single peach on each place setting or a whole bunch in wooden boxes for a rustic (and budget-friendly!) centerpiece. 


    Photos by (from left) onelove photography, Daniel Kim Photography

     

    Plums

    We love the deep purple hue of a plum! Scatter them on the escort card table, or place a single fruit on each place setting for a detail that’s both lovely and totally edible.


    Photos by (from left): Aaron Watson Photography, Gina & Ryan Photography

    For more unique decor ideas, be sure to follow AlexandraDecorEditor »

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  • If you are intending to host a winter wedding, the first and also the most important thing you should do is choosing a unique for winter.

    As winter is a cold season, the first factor you should think when you are selecting the sweetheart mermaid wedding dress is keeping you warm. Avoid short length, high-low hemline, V-neck, backless and some other styles that will expose your skin largely. You can go for the sweetheart mermaid wedding dress with jackets. You can pick the best style sweetheart mermaid wedding dress from the various styles. Heavier fabrics such as taffeta, satin trimming are excellent choices for winter sweetheart mermaid wedding dress. These fabrics are considerably heavier than most other fabrics used for sweetheart mermaid wedding dress, making them great choices for winter weddings.

    If you follow the tips above, I believe will end up getting a great winter sweetheart that can make you feel warm and still look amazing for your wedding.

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