Planning

Flowers: Striking Flowers for Holiday Weddings

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Flowers are a beautiful part of wedding décor that can really help set the tone or theme of your wedding. If you’ve chosen a cozy winter wedding around the holidays, you’re in luck! There are so many beautiful flower options to complete your décor and subtly reinforce the holiday spirit.

 

Ceremony: Stylish Chuppahs

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A chuppah literally means a covering or a canopy. During a Jewish wedding, this is where the couple stands. A chuppah, at a minimum, consists of four poles with a cloth stretched between them. A chuppah can be very simple or it can be infused with the style of the couple and personalized to fit
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Fall Wedding Inspiration: Jewel Tones

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Move over, summer! Fall is quickly becoming the most popular season for couples to get married. While there are tons of fantastic ideas for a fall wedding, it can be too easy to fall into the trap of traditional autumn colors. For some couples, matching the orange, brown, and yellow colors of the leaves may
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Advice: Early Morning Boudoir Inspiration

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The months leading up to a wedding can be some of the most hectic you will ever experience.  Every day you are dealing with another aspect of planning. No matter what type of wedding you are planning, there is no escaping the ever-growing number of tasks to knock off the checklist before the day finally
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American Wedding: DIY Projects for Weddings

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The fall season is the perfect time to have a beautiful outdoor wedding. With the changing colors, there are endless ways to decorate. When planning your wedding, you likely won’t have the budget to include absolutely everything you’d like to in the festivities. Don’t worry. There is a solution. Do it yourself! Here are some
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Planning: 12 Tips for Planning an Engagement Party Part II

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In our first installment, we shared the first half of the tips you should have for planning an engagement party.  The second installment includes tips on delegating and personalizing the event. Select a venue. Classic venues include a restaurant or a home, but less traditional places work well, too.  Also consider someplace non-traditional, such as
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