5 Cupid's Arrow Wedding Details That Are Perfect for Valentine's Day

Arrows are a huge trend in weddings, and they're definitely not going anywhere. From bohemian drawings, to whimsical arrow invitation fonts and delicate Cupid details, we absolutely love this trend. And, since it's Valentine's Day, it's the perfect time to round up our favorite Cupid's arrow details! We combed through our real weddings gallery and... read more

Juliet Roses Are Having A Major Moment in Weddings Right Now

One of our favorite roses right now has to be the Juliet rose, and we're seeing it everywhere in weddings. These large-headed blooms add volume, texture and softness to your wedding day floral arrangements. They also come in a variety of colors. Think romantic pastel hues, a variety of neutrals and even deeper jewel and... read more

Our Favorite Game Night Wedding Details!

Board games -- yes, the kind you might have played during family game night -- are making their way into weddings. While Checkers or Bingo might seem like the sort of pastime for camp, not a wedding, there are dozens of couples who might beg to differ. From Krissy and Mickey's wedding in Minnesota, where... read more

6 of the Coolest Wheel Details We've Ever Seen in Weddings

When you think "wedding" you might not automatically think "wheels," but maybe you should! From nautical ship helm decor to antique farm mills, Ferris wheels and vintage bike or wagon wheels, these round statement pieces can really amp up your wedding decor. We love the idea of stringing Edison bulbs to... read more

6 Wedding Details for Coffee Addicts

If your love for coffee goes beyond one cup a day, consider adding some quirky caffeine details to your wedding decor or your favor ideas! From using the aromatic beans as a way to amp up your escort card display, to filling up glass vases with beans and candles, and creating a customized cappuccino bar... read more

11 of the Most Romantic Hydrangea Bouquets Ever

Romantic Hydrangea Bouquets | blog.theknot.comSwoon by Katie
Hydrangeas have serious staying-power, so if you're going for a timeless, romantic bouquet look, consider adding these soft, elegant flowers into the mix! Hydrangeas come in lush clusters, so they add a lot of volume to your bouquets and centerpieces. Plus, they fit in perfectly in any floral situation. They run the gamut... read more

Having a New Years Eve Wedding? Here Are Your Must-Have Details

If you're having a New Year's Eve wedding, there are a few details you simply can't miss. We're talking personalized champagne favors, sparkling, glitter tablecloths, celebratory hats with sequins or feathers, noise-makers and plenty of entertainment. Want to see what we mean? Take a look below for our favorite New Year's... read more

10 Cool Ways to Rock Paper Flowers at Your Wedding

paper flower aisle markers | Anna Kim Photography |
Fresh flowers are a wedding staple, but lately we've been seeing florists throwing something new into the mix: paper. For couples wanting to save a few bucks or just looking for something a little different, paper flowers offer a unique way to add personality, playfulness and bright pops of color to... read more

5 Ways to Serve Figs at Your Wedding

Around here, when we talk dessert, we're usually talking cake, but lately another sweet thing has been grabbing our attention: figs. We've seen the delicious, seedy fruit everywhere recently -- in color palettes, on charcuterie plates and as part of the dessert course. We've seen them topping cakes, placed delicately on guest place settings, in... read more

Tuck the Tux Away: Casual Groom Styles Are In!

Casual Denim Groomsmen Look | Q Weddings |
Put that tux back in the closet! With couples taking a more laid-back approach to their weddings, lavish duds are taking a backseat to more casual looks (think: faded Levi's, brightly colored corduroys and suspenders). We love this idea for a casual backyard affair, a rustic country celebration or a cool urban soiree at... read more
Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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