White Pumpkins for Fall Wedding Décor

Decorating for a fall wedding naturally lends itself to the use of pumpkins in the décor. If  you are looking for something a little more elegant and unique than orange pumpkins, you might want to consider using white pumpkins either instead of or paired with orange ones. White pumpkins are easy to decorate with because you can decorate or paint them in just about any color to coordinate with your wedding color scheme. For an outdoor wedding a beautiful scene can be created [...]

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Pom-Poms for Festive Wedding Décor

If you want to add an instant festive air and lots of pizzazz to your wedding ceremony and reception, do it with pom-poms! Pom-Poms are a simple DIY project made from tissue paper and they are very easy and inexpensive to make. There are many ways that pom-poms can be added to a wedding décor. The photos below will give you some inspiration, as well as our Wedding Lanterns and Pom-Poms Pinterest Board. Pom-Poms make inexpensive and colorful aisle markers. Pom-Poms and lanterns add a riot [...]

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Wedding Tip – Ceremony Music

Over the years, I have discovered a myriad of valuable wedding tips that help take the stress out of planning for the big day. I share these wedding tips regularly on our Facebook page; and, from time to time, I will share them here on our blog. Today I have a “hot tip” for you: If marrying in a house of worship, inquire about the music policy well before you begin choosing your favorite pieces for the processional, ceremony and recessional. [...]

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Wedding Tips – The Formality of the Event

Many elements contribute to the style of your wedding, including the expected size of your guests list, where you plan to marry and your personality as a couple. You’ll know from the start if the two of you favor the elegance and tradition of a church wedding with a reception in a grand ballroom, or a more casual setting such as a garden, an art museum or by the sea. The time of day you marry will also affect [...]

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