Creative Ways to use Watercolor

We love the watercolor trend! Whether it’s delicate calligraphy, soft subtle ombre or bold jewel tones, watercolor can add an artistic touch to just any wedding detail. Check out these romantic watercolor creations for inspiration!




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Geometric Wedding Trend

Geometric décor is a current trend that will continue to be seen more and more in weddings. It adds great detail to any theme and color palate. The unique shapes give your wedding the perfect chic vibe. So why not try incorporating this awesome trend into your wedding day with invitations, centerpieces, backdrop, or even your cake.

Metallic gold and bronze are the most popular for geometric décor, while adding darker colors into flowers or table settings will make any wedding more modern. Maybe you’re more of a vintage or whimsical bride. Soft romantic colors, and adding in some greenery or succulents will do just the trick. Below are some of our favorite geometric décor ideas!



































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Christmas Table Ideas

Tis the season of sparkling snow falls, warming up by the fire and Christmas parties. Whether it be for work, family, or friends, hosting a party can be stressful, especially with everything else going on during the holidays, which is why we have compiled some of our favorite festive table centerpiece and place setting ideas. All are perfect for a small get together or a large family event that your guests will be sure to love.

As the cold continues to creep in on us, remember to enjoy these wonderful times with loved ones. Happy Holidays!

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Have a Seat: Table Number Ideas

One of the first things your guests will see or search for when arriving at your wedding reception are the table numbers. They are just as much a part of your decorations as they are a guide for guests. Check out these creative and unique table number ideas to show off your design style while leaving a personal touch.

Use photographs of you and husband as children to correspond with a certain age or year. Some photos might be awkward or embarrassing, but your guests will love it.











Incorporate your love story. Use engagement photos and/or the dates of your first kiss, first date, engagement, wedding day, etc. to add sentimental value for your guests.











This is a fun way to get your guests involved. Instead of numbers, use songs titles and their artists. When their table song plays, they have to get up and dance. This will help break the ice and probably provide a few laughs.











Another great way to get guests involved by having them personalize your table numbers for you. Have them leave messages that you and your husband will then read on the corresponding anniversary. This is an awesome way for you to look back on your big day.


Calligraphy adds a simple yet sophisticated feel to your centerpieces and table.











If your wedding has a rustic theme, these ideas will fit perfectly into your design.










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Minimalist Wedding Design (2 of 2)

Earlier this week, we looked at minimalist trends in wedding invitations, dresses, and bouquets.  In the second half of our series on pared-down wedding style, we’ll share some simplified tablescape and cake ideas!

Keep your table tops simple with dainty floral centerpieces.  Also consider keeping tabletop decor low so as not to obstruct conversation and views.  Thrift various glass bottles and vases (or recycle your own!) and don’t worry about decor looking too sparse—the simplicity itself is the statement.

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A minimalist wedding cake can still have lots of character, texture, and personality without being over-the-top.  Add flowers and greenery that tie in with your other decor to bring in more naturalness and life.

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Spring Trend: Relaxed Florals

Relaxed floral centerpieces and bouquets are Spring’s signature.  Instead of ultra buttoned-up arrangements, this very natural style is making appearances during ceremonies and at receptions.  The style can contribute to a laid-back vibe without ever looking too undone.  These arrangements are also perfect as decor for a guest-book or gifts & cards table!


The wide fronds and light colored roses in this table arrangement can add movement and depth to the tablescape while smaller vases of only a few stems look delicate and relaxed at the same time.

collage aLeave bouquet stems unwrapped or unsecured (secure at one point just under blooms) to achieve the look as you head down the aisle.
collage bA satin bow adds a bit of luxury and design without detracting from this bouquet’s laid-back style.


What do you think of the more relaxed Spring floral trend? Would you incorporate this trend into the florals at your own wedding?


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Springtime Celebration—DIY Ideas

Springtime Celebration—DIY Ideas

Did you know that March 20th was National Proposal Today? It’s also the first day of Spring! Between the two, we think some celebration is in order.  So whether you’re hosting Easter, planning a proposal to a special someone, or just looking to ring in the warmer weather, the DIY ideas below will make your springtime celebration unique and memorable.

National Proposal Day

Already engaged?  Pop the question—to your Person of Honor! Ask your best friend, your sister, whoever to be your Maid of Honor by planning an egg hunt for them.  Draw them a treasure map.  Along the path, fill plastic eggs with pretty slips of paper that share why this person is important to you (like, “you have been my best friend since we were 13 years old” or “I know I can always be my unedited self around you”).  At the end of the map, hide one last egg with a message asking them to be your Maid of Honor.  Be sure to be nearby at this point—with tissues!—to ask them in person.


Playing Easter Hostess

These clever egg decorating projects are a new take on classic Easter decor.  Choose one that speaks to your style most, and craft away!  Feeling competitive?  Have guests decorate an egg and judge each other’s work.  Winner gets glory!

+Glitter Eggs

Simple, pretty, and so fun!

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+Pantone Eggs

What could be cuter and more on-trend than these Pantone dyed eggs?! Pick your favorites and display with pride.

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+Silk Tie Eggs

How beautiful are these? And what a great use for pretty silk that doesn’t get much play anymore!

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+Babushka Eggs

These little dolls are sure to please guests of every age.  

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Whatever your style (or skill level!), dress up your table this Easter with these adorable egg DIYs—they’ll be a hit, and your creative prowess will be the talk of the party.

Celebrating Spring

Perhaps you don’t celebrate Easter or are hosting a gathering unrelated.  These tabletop decor ideas will be a breath of fresh air.

+Decorating with Vegetables

Incorporating produce into your table decorations may sound strange, but can be such a beautiful and unique way to celebrate the new season.  Combined with lots of fresh Spring flowers (and even eggs!), it all flows seamlessly together to create a refreshing, cool, creative centerpiece.  

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+Egg Place Cards

These are an understated way to incorporate Easter and Springtime decor for those who aren’t too keen on a pastel palette.  With pretty calligraphy style writing on undyed but varying colored eggs, they’re a nice mix of elegant and seasonal.  

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How about you? Are you planning any springtime celebrations or events?  How do you incorporate seasonal decoration in new, fresh ways?


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