Recent Wedding Ideas Posts
Photos (from top to bottom): Evin Photography and Shelby Leigh Photography
Of course, we know it’s hard for brides to find the perfect dress, and it’s not too hard for grooms to pick the perfect suit. One detail that should be hard for them to decide, though, is whether to wear a bow tie or neck tie. If your groom is preppy, he should pick a bow tie, but if your groom is traditional, he should pick a neck tie. Whatever your groom’s style may be, he’s bound to look handsome on your wedding day!
Photos (clockwise from top left): Troy Grover Photographers, Allison Stahl Photography, Love is a Big Deal and Jan Garcia Photography
Centerpieces are just as important as your bouquet. For any fall wedding, incorporate red, yellow, green and burnt orange colors into your theme, but add details! Wow your guests with details like pumpkins, fresh produce, candles and vases in different heights at each table. Be sure to check out our gallery full of festive centerpieces.
Do you want your wedding exit to be as dramatic as your entrance? Don’t bore your guests with the traditional throwing of the petals or lighting of the sparklers as you exit your reception. Try some of these unique ideas instead:
1. Old-Fashioned Car
Photo: William Walker Photography
2. Beach Balls
Photo: Larry Huffman Photography
3. Tandem Bike
Photo: Tracy & Riva
Photo: Allison Davis Photography
5. Glow Sticks
Photo: Pearl Events Austin
Categories: Ideas + Trends, Just for Fun, Wedding Ideas
Tags: Allison Davis Photography, balloons, beach balls, bike, glow sticks, Larry Huffman Photography, old-fashioned car, Pearl Events Austin, Tracy & Riva, wedding exits, William Walker Photography
Photos (from top to bottom): Cathy Stancil Photography and CINEMATICbyDavidM
Whether you’re planning a wedding on a budget or not, you still want your guests to be entertained and kept on the dance floor all night long. Here’s some tips to help you decide between a DJ or band:
1. Ask for recommendations.
2. See them perform live before you hire them.
3. Consider the size of your venue.
4. Think about playing music for all age groups.
Nicholas Sparks’ “The Notebook” is a classic, romantic, love-lettered inspired story just like this styled shoot. From the antique typewriter, custom-made gown and lots of books. This couple could write each other letters 365 days of the year just like Allie and Noah.