Larisa and Captain Murphy Bright’s Glen Manor House wedding is the perfect way to kick off our Fourth of July holiday week. From cutting the cake with a saber to the cutest four-legged gift from the bride to the groom (a bulldog puppy named Bone Digger) this Marine and his wife’s wedding was our summer dream!
Today’s couple you might recognize from a styled engagement shoot we did this summer on Nantucket. While working with them on the shoots, we heard about their beautiful wedding and instantly knew we would want to see the pictures! Think glamorous woodsy and romantic and fit for a fairy princess. Continue reading
Meredith and Jim were married this summer in beautiful Newport with a stunning ceremony at St. Mary’s and a reception at the new Newport Beach House. This fun-loving couple perfectly matched polished decor and personalized DIY elements. The Newport Beach House was the perfect backdrop for their big day. Plus, their pictures by Molly Lo Photography are AMAZING! Scroll down for their full wedding day pics and their love story as told by Meredith.
I know what you’re thinking… didn’t you just do a pumpkin decor post a few weeks ago? Yes, we did. But there are so many adorable ways to use pumpkins in your fall wedding, we couldn’t resist doing another one! With the original 30 Ways to Use Pumpkins in Your Wedding Decor, and these 15, that’s 45 ways to use pumpkins! Think of all the possibilities… Better get going!
As escort cards
As a ring bearer pillow alternative
As an adorable cake topper
As a unique vase filler
And if pumpkins really aren’t your thing, just go for fun fabulous and orange!
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Whether you love over-the-top or super-simple decor, a ceremony arch can be a great addition to where you say your vows. There’s something nice about a feature that defines the space. In case guests were wondering, it says “look here!”. These beautiful fall themed arches are a gorgeous way to showcase the season.
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You’ve probably heard of BirtchBox or Ipsy, or one of those other services that sends monthly goodie deliverables. There’s ones for makeup, accessories, clothes, home decor, almost anything. Now, there’s one for brides!
Bride Box sends you a package full of fun accessories, planning materials, girls night out inspiration, or things for your new home. With almost 100 brands supplying products for the boxes, you’ll never get the same stuff twice. I wish this was around when I got engaged! You can choose to sign up for 1 month, 6 months, or 12 months and you can cancel at anytime. When you sign up there’s a questionnaire that helps the box fillers get to know you. If you choose to fill it out, some of the items in the box will come personalized. If you’re giving Bride Box as a gift, be sure to fill out your friends information so she can get the ultimate Bride Box experience.
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It’s October first! Fall is in full swing and we’re thinking of curling up beside the fireplace in a cozy plaid flannel. What’s more perfectly fall than plaid? What’s more perfect for a fall wedding than a plaid theme? It’s festive, it’s colorful, and it makes a great decor statement. Plaid weddings are my design obsession of the week. See if these pictures don’t make you feel the same way.
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Just like every great outfit needs some textural interest, every party needs a fun decor piece that’s pure whimsy. Moss is our favorite way to add texture to a wedding’s decor. It’s fun, it’s different, and it’s easy to use! The beauty of moss is it can be put into any shape, on any surface. there’s nothing you can’t cover in moss. It’s beauty is in it’s versatile nature. It fits in at a rustic outdoor causal party just as easily as it impresses guests at an elegant black-tie affair. Moss suits every party and every couple when used correctly.
See if these 16 moss wedding decor pieces can inspire you. As always, check Pinterest for more ideas!
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Event the best of photographers can’t be everywhere at once. That’s why you have wedding guests! Give them a wedding hashtag to post along side the pictures and everyone can see all the fun forever! Posting pictures is the easy part, coming up with a hashtag, that can be tricky. These 5 tips will help you come up with the perfect tag for your big day.
1. Make it easy to remember – Get clever but don’t get crazy. Your hashtag should be something easy to remember so guests aren’t struggling. The easier you make it for them to tag pictures, the more pictures you’ll get.
2. Get punny – Do your names ryme with anything? Is there a funny play-on-words? People love puns and they’ll love tagging your wedding pictures in a coupley-themes pun.
3. Capitalize first letters – When putting your hashtag on printed materials capitalize the first letter on each word to make it easier for guests to read and understand. It makes a run-on-sentence LookMoreIntentional andlesslikeaclutteredmess.
4. Check for other users – With millions of people using social media, there’s a chance your wedding hashtag has been used. Make sure it doesn’t link to anything unsavory and do a quick hashtag search before making a final decision.
5. Use your names or wedding date The more personalized your hashtag is, the less chance there is of someone else having already used it and the more likely your guests are to remember. Use your initials and wedding day, or your first and last names.
Check out some of the cutest wedding hashtags we’ve seen on Instagram.
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