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16 Unique Table Number Ideas

Posted by Caitlin on Jul 07, 2014

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Table numbers are an essential reception element: They are usually displayed at the center of each dinner table to help guests identify their assigned seats. But you don’t have to stick to basic (or boring) cards. Instead, use them as an opportunity to build upon your wedding’s overall sense of style. To help you get inspired, our Decor Editor has transformed these ‘tops with unexpected and not to mention affordable ideas such as petite paintings, nail heads, balloons, lucite, buttons, and chains. 

10 Wedding Decor Details Wowing Us Right Now

Posted by Caitlin on Mar 28, 2014

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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.

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After you get engaged it can be daunting to figure out where to start. Fortunately, WeddingWire’s 5-Step Planning Guide will help you get organized to begin planning your wedding, stress-free. Want a sneak peek? Check out the five wedding planning steps we recommend:

  1. Announce Your Engagement - Share one of our Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Google+ – friendly badges with family and friends. Our favorites? “We’re Gettin’ hitched,” “I have a sparkly new accessory!,” and “Bridezilla to-be.” 
  2. Set a Date - You’ve probably heard this question over and over since two minutes after you got engaged. “When’s the big day?” “Have you set a date?” Break out your calendar and figure out the season and date for your wedding celebration. Once you have that taken care of, receive a FREE personalized checklist to help you stay organized throughout the process.
  3. Create a Budget - Before you start searching for vendors, you’ll need to figure out how much you can spend on your wedding. Use our budget tool to manage your expenses, track spending, and set up payment schedules.
  4. Start Your Guest List - Are you going to have a big wedding with all of your nearest and dearest or a small and intimate one? While you don’t have to have your final guest list right away, you’ll still need an estimate in order to figure out your venue needs.
  5. Find Your Venue - Ballroom or beach? Barn or historic mansion? There are so many venues to choose from, so be sure to read our expert advice to figure out your venue style. And with WeddingWire’s vendor catalog, you can read newlywed reviews of venues near you to find the perfect place for your wedding celebration.

Want even more tips and advice about starting to plan your wedding? Visit WeddingWire’s 5-Step Planning Guide!

Ready for more? Click here to see what’s next!

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We’ve always loved Pinterest for its endless inspiration. And just when we thought it couldn’t get any better – it has!

WeddingWire was one of the first to try out Pinterest’s new Place Pins. With our new Place Pins, we make it easy for you to find local wedding content that inspires, and view the source of your wedding inspiration on a map. Voila! Just like that, finding wedding inspiration online – and making it come to life offline – is a little easier.

We’ve had so much fun curating content for our Place Pins from coast to coast and everywhere in between, and we hope you enjoy exploring them. Visit any of our newest place boards to find inspiration in your area:

Are you a capital area bride and groom? Check out Bo Obama’s picks for the city’s most fetch wedding venues. Getting hitched in a unique locale? Let us take you to some of the nation’s most uncommon venues. We’ve pinned all that and more.

Our Favorite Wedding Entertainment Trends for 2014

Posted by Caitlin on Sep 24, 2013

If you’re looking to go beyond the traditional DJ and band entertainment, here’s what we’re predicting to see more of in 2014:

Slow Motion Photo Booths – This video sensation went viral at the end of August, and everyone’s been asking, “What’s a slow motion photo booth?” According to Super Frogs Saves Tokyo, they used a RED Epic camera that shot 160 frames per second! Now, that’s a lot of photos. Since the music is muted, be sure to have Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” playing in the background.

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