Recent Decor Posts
Photo: j.woodbery photography
We always swoon when we spot a real wedding filled with monogrammed decor. Why? Because it’s a timeless trend! One that symbolizes your first initials intertwined with your (hopefully) new last name. Whether you choose to have this personal stamp embroidered on your linens, sculpted on ice, lit up on marquees, or spelled out with fragrant flowers, the possibilities are endless. See more photos here.
Photo: Kellie Michelle Photography
Hooray — now that those April showers are bringing May flowers, we can’t help but get excited for all of our favorite seasonal blooms. What if you’re looking for an alternative though? Consider candles! Here are 26 romantic ways to decorate (and add a flare) to your upcoming summer soiree.
Photo: Heidi Ryder Photography
There’s something so special about being set apart from the crowd looking out at all your nearest and dearest loved ones, who came to celebrate your big day, as you take a few quiet moments together as newlyweds at your reception’s sweetheart table. Check out our Decor Editor’s favorite set ups and ways to decorate your place settings, table numbers, and centerpieces too.
Photo: Laura Murray Photography
Looking for some truly unique extras for your wedding ceremony and reception? From oversized floral cascades on cakes (with a more haphazard assortment and placement of blooms) to unexpected floating pool letters and appropriately placed signage (cue groom pointing above to “best day ever”) to a date mason jar guestbook for guests to share their best ideas for the new Mr. and Mrs., click here to see what’s wowed our editors lately.
Photo: Sarah Whitmeyer Photography
Can you guess 36 ways to chalk up your reception? We can — welcome signs, ceremony programs, seating assignments, menu cards, table names and numbers, guest books, dessert displays, your juicy love story with exact dates and descriptions of each, photo booth and props, and signature cocktails. Gotcha! That’s not all of them, but it’s definitely a start. View the last but certainly not least here.