Brides: Tips on How to Throw the Best Wedding Ever
floral chandeliers ~ Cover basic paper lanterns (available in the Card and Party Department at Hobby Lobby) with a flutter of delicate hydrangea blossoms. Just clip the lacy petals from the blooms and hot glue them into place. Tip: For added ambiance, string the flowers onto invisible thread, tie them to the bottom of the lantern, and then let them dangle.
Brides: "She's Her Lobster" Wedding Cake Topper. A Friends-inspired laser-cut topper by Jodi Wentz of Chicago Factory.
Brides: Bold Pink and White Bouquet of Roses, Protea, Ranunculus, and Greenery. A bold bouquet of garden roses, protea, ranunculus, stock, air plants, and greenery, created by Peony & Plum.
Brides: Rose Bud and Olive Leaf Bouquet. When you're hosting a fairytale destination wedding in Florence, Italy, dreamy blooms are practically a requirement. When Victoria married Jonathan abroad, she carried an arrangement of rose buds and olive leafs, created by La Rosa Canina Floral Design.
Brides: White and Green Peony, Stock, and Eucalyptus Bouquet. Each week for the past year, we've brought you five unique and beautiful real weddings, all of which are filled with inspiring details and heartwarming love stories. While we loved each and every part of these pretty fêtes, one of the aspects that really won our hearts were our brides' beautiful bouquets. So, if you're on the hunt for your own spectacular arrangement of blooms, look no further than these memorable bouquets.
Brides: Wedding Cake Ideas from Real Weddings
Brides: Succulent Wedding Escort Card Table. For a fun twist on the classic flower-covered escort card table, consider organizing seating assignments inside an arrangement of succulents, like Off the Beaten Path created here.
Brides: Rustic White and Burlap Tablecape. Reception tables were draped in white linens and accented with burlap table runners. Mason jars filled with candles and wildflowers—including rosemary, lavender, daisies and Billy balls—dotted the table tops.