Recent Wedding reception Posts
Photo: Priscilla Thomas Photography
What’s your favorite moment during a wedding? If you’ve ever watched the movie 27 Dresses, Katherine Heigl’s character states that it is NOT seeing the bride walk down the aisle but the groom’s face as he sees her for the first time. We could not agree more! Our Real Weddings Editors gathered 10 awesome reactions from recent features that will make you get goosebumps. Click through the slideshow here.
Photo courtesy of Amore Events by Cody, LLC
Winter weddings are meant to be intimate, especially when it comes to your reception seating floor plan. Creating your chart isn’t the most fun-filled task, but, thankfully, WeddingWire has a FREE tool to help keep you organized. You can easily drag and drop guests at different shapes and sizes. Our Decor Editor suggests to opt for a combination of square and rectangle tables in lieu of circle. Read all the pros and cons from real event planners here.
Music goes hand in hand with love and weddings, so we’ve sorted through the tunes and sussed out the lyrics that are guaranteed to make your heart gush. Let these romantic song lyrics inspire your vows, determine your first dance song, or even serve as signage at the ceremony or reception. Whatever your musical preference, we’ve got something in here for you!
50 MOST ROMANTIC SONG LYRICS FOR WEDDINGS >>
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Need receipes for transfoming a netural reception space into the beautiful scene you have in your head? WeddingWire’s FallBook 2014 will walk you through four key areas that are often overlooked — the welcome table, the lounge, the bar, and the sweetheart table — and show you how to outfit each according to three different styles, using rental furniture and shoppable accessories.
Photos (from left to right): Donna Von Bruening Photography and Sun & Sparrow Photography
Been there, seen that — numbering each of your reception tables one through let’s say 25 might be the traditional go-to choice, but you don’t have to go that route! Feel free to steal some of our recently-married couples ideas of oh-so brilliant names like robin (birds), recess (school-themed), daffodil (flowers), dewey (beaches), farenheit 451 (books), charlotte (cities), sycamore (trees), or the notebook (movies) here.