Recent Decor Posts
Of course, we love mason jar aisle markers, but why not try something different. Try hanging mason jars filled with beautiful florals and lit candles to fill your venue with ambiance. Here are three ways to incorporate hanging mason jars into your wedding decor:
Photos (from left to right): Tanja Lippert Photography and Amy Majors Photography
2. Wall Decor
Photo : Kristen Marie Photography
3. Ceremony Lighting
Photos (from left to right): Steven Michael Photo and Tin Can Photography
Wedding lounges create an intimate setting for socialization. So, why not give your guests an area where they can get away and watch the entertainment unfold throughout the night? Pillows, a throw rug, candles, uplighting and floral centerpieces will make your lounge complete but also will enhance your theme. Here are some lounges we love:
Lounge: Arc de Belle
Photo: The Bird and The Bear
“Glamping” is a term referred to as glamorous camping. Why would we associate this with weddings? For those couples who think that the average wedding lasts 5-6 hours–think again–weddings are turning into weekend-long events more than ever these days. Couples want their closest family and friends to stay with them to create lasting memories and kick off the start of their marriage. Think about having an outdoor reception, luxury tents for your guests to stay in and lots of food and games to keep the entertainment going all weekend. Here’s some ways you can add a few glamorous touches to your wedding:
1. Add a lounge area or two for your guests.
Photo (from left to right): Bound By and NLC Productions
2. Have lawn games such as: croquet, bocce, horsehoes, cornhole and ring toss.
Photos: Jodi Miller Photography
3. Rent or purchase chandeliers, drape white lights or hang paper lanterns to add lighting to your outdoor reception.
Photos (from left to right): Cooper Carras and Raquel Reis
As you start heading off for your Labor Day weekend plans (we hope you’re doing something fun!), we just wanted to sneak in one last inspirational summer style shoot that came to us from a group of talented Missouri vendors. We were huge fans of the whole nautical theme this summer, and this shoot is a perfect example of doing the whole seaside-wedding thing without going overboard (pun completely intended).
Have a great long weekend – we’ll be back next week with lots more wedding inspiration to kick off fall!
We’re so sad to say it, but summer is coming to an end (we can’t believe it, either!). We wanted to take a look back at some of our favorite beachy, nautical, and seaside wedding and style shoot details from the past few months for all you future summer brides!
We loved the relaxed and natural feel of Lyndsey and Scott’s beach wedding in North Carolina, photographed by Carolina Studios by Gillian Reinhardt.