These days brides look for ways to spice up their decorations with wedding centerpieces. Some of them really dream big- tabletops that are overflowing with blooms and berries; candelabra dripping with ranunculus and roses and peonies as far as the naked eye can see. But there are weddings that may call for a more toned-down tabletop décor. Simplicity is not always synonymous with being boring. Having it less fussy can actually translate it into trendsetting. Centerpieces are some of the easiest and definitely effective ways to make it happen. Though traditional flower arrangements are still gorgeous, there are many other centerpieces alternatives that exist to amp up the wedding reception and make this once-in-a-lifetime celebration an extraordinary memory.
Be Inspired by the Season
Utilize the environment as your guide, especially when you want an outdoor wedding. During the fall season, think of the colorful leaves, the branches and the pumpkins. You can use the mini pumpkins as seating cards. Opt to be natural or artsy by spraying painting elements in gold or silver to make it striking and unique. When in winter, the small evergreens which are decorated with berries, or ornaments would surely be lovely. Consider hanging some escort cards on a beautiful Christmas tree to your guests would find their table assignments. Summertime would be perfect with glass containers filled with seashells, sand, and colored sea glass. This would be great for a beach wedding.
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A wedding is a time for a lot of things and this includes giving wedding favors. This is not only the time for two people to say “I do”, but also to say “thank you”. Wedding favors are tokens given to those people who have spent their time and effort to serve as witnesses for the couple’s big day. But doing so does not necessarily mean being extravagant with the budget. By the mere use of imagination and creativity you would find various ways on how to turn your ubiquitous wedding favor into a charming and highly personalized one that would reflect a lot about your guest. The tradition of having a homemade wedding favor is as old as the tradition of marriage. Before the advent of technology and online shopping, brides would pack their little nuts and fruits to give to their guests on their wedding day. And of course, this traditional way is still much appreciated in this modern time and some of the still most popular wedding favors are the following.
The calm waters softly kisses the satin sand as the western sun brightly splatters its bronze dust upon the indigo skies. It was near dusk, and the giant fire-ball signals to bound home, waving his lofty rays into the golden-drenched seas. It was a picture that a poet can hardly find the right words to fully describe. An enthralling beauty that a witness can never be forget in a lifetime…
What if the picture described above is the backdrop of your wedding. Overly romantic it may read, but it is a beautiful scene to speak your vows. Wedding is a romantic moment, a celebration of love, an event of complete surrender. While there are many fun ideas to plan for your big day, it wouldn’t hurt, if you will make it extra romantic.
Summer is coming near, and not many couple consider it as a good wedding season. With the scorching hot sun, and all the preparations to be make to make the guests comfortable, spring, autumn, and winter may provide a much better atmosphere. In truth, summer is wonderful season when you know to find the perfect timing. Having the wedding scheduled in the late afternoon until night can make you take the advantage of the sunset for a beautiful and wonderfully romantic wedding.