Tips And Decoration Ideas For An Outdoor Wedding

Your wedding day will be one of the most special days of your life. On your wedding day, all of your family and friends will join together to celebrate this special day with you and your significant other, so you want to be certain every detail is perfect. From choosing the right dress to finding the perfect location for your big event, a wedding includes plenty of planning if you want it to be a success. If you have chosen to have your wedding outside and you want your wedding to be truly memorable, here are some great tips and decoration ideas for an outdoor wedding. 1. Eyes On The Sky When planning an outdoor wedding, you are going to have to pay attention to the weather because the conditions outside can drastically impact your special


Summer Wedding Color Trends

It is summer, the wedding season, and that means that women all over the country are laying out dresses of a myriad of different colors for their bridesmaids to don on their big day.  So, how do you know what colors are best to theme your summer wedding around if you are going to be in the same situation next summer?  Well, perhaps the best way to go about choosing your color is to let the season be your guide.  Consider nature this time of year and take a cue from it.  What colors naturally appear together, and as a result, would look beautiful side by side on your wedding day?  Choosing one color is usually not too hard a task, but if you want to bring in splashes of more than one, then consider these color combos that are inspired by


Daisy Themed Wedding Ideas

If you’re in love with daisy flowers, you can incorporate them into many aspects of your wedding. If you are having one of many Summer weddings when daisies are plentiful, wonderful. If not, you can still use silk daisies for your accents. They’ll last forever. You may want to do a combination of both since florists can now get daisies any time of year. The daisy is a sweet white flower with a yellow center. That’s what most people think of when they think of the kind of daisies that grow wild. But did you know that there are many shades of daisies from bright red to bright orange and even all green? Make use of the many colors of daisies and you can add pops of color all throughout your day. Start off with your attire. You can either


How to Decorate a Wedding Arch

Many brides and grooms choose to incorporate a wedding arch into their wedding ceremony or reception. Whether you’re hosting your wedding outdoors in a backyard, at a fine resort, or indoors in a simple ballroom, you can have the arch you’ve always dreamed about. Outdoors, you can go big and bold with your arch and wedding reception decorations. Think about the setting. Is it on the beach? Bring your arch down to the sand and set it up. Have palm fronds decorating it or pick your favorite flowers to drape over it. Just secure the flowers with floral twine so they don’t blow away in the wind. That goes for any arch. Secure the flowers even if they are indoors so they don’t get bumped and knocked over. You can find lightweight arches


Real Wedding: Jessica and Kyle's Beach Wedding

Guest blogger: Marisa Taylor Photography I had the special opportunity of photographing the wedding of Jessica and Kyle on August 14, 2010.  Jessica and Kyle were married in a intimate ceremony at Canal Front Park located in Lewes, DE.  They were surrounded by their closest family and friends.  The decor was gorgeous. Lots of pinks, peaches, and blues with touches of the beach added in.  Jessica looked amazing in her wedding gown. After the ceremony, a boat passed by and all the sailors screamed their congratulations to the newly wedded couple, it was pretty awesome I must admit. The interesting part of the day was the time set aside for the formal pictures.  Myself, Jessica and Kyle headed to the beaches of Rehoboth


Going Yellow With Your Wedding

Chances are, if you are planning a spring or summer wedding, yellow may have crossed your mind for your main colors. However, it's sometimes tough to find a second color when it comes to yellow, because it's such a bold color as it is. You may even be worried about the black tuxes making your yellow dresses look like a giant bumble-bee wedding. Well just like any colors, if you play your cards right, the color scheme will make your wedding party sparkle almost as much as you. When it comes to yellow, you have two main options for yellow wedding cakes, dresses, flowers, decor and even wedding favors. There is the bright 'mango' or 'daisy' yellow or there is the subtle 'sunflower' or 'buttercup' yellow. We've put together a couple different


Teal & Champagne Wedding Colors

For an elegant spring or summer wedding, you might consider using teal and champagne as your main colors. The teal makes for a beautiful accent for the season, while the champagne really brings out the chic-factor. The colors blend together very well and really play off each other wonderfully. For a spring wedding, you might choose the bridesmaid dresses with ruffly flowers on the side to play with the spring theme. Your bouquet is also another opportunity to pull out your colors. Opt for ivory-toned roses or lilies and use some teal ribbon to make them pop. The placecards seen here are actually plantable wedding favors. When the fun is had and the party is over, your guests can bring them home as a souvenir and plant gorgeous wildflowers


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