Incorporating Florals (2 of 2)

Fresh flowers bring life to every wedding! Take your wedding to the next level by creatively incorporating florals into your big day. Here are some more unique ideas to get you started!

Floral Backdrops:

Create a beautiful floral background to set the stage for your ceremony and/or to provide a fun photo opportunity for your guests! For a looser look, try stringing flowers to fishing line.

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Floral Wedding Cakes:

If you’re looking to turn heads when it comes to your wedding cake, look no further! Using flowers is an easy way to make your cake stand out. With so many different floral options, this idea can easily be applied to match any wedding style.

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Floral Arches:

Construct a floral arch to provide the perfect setting to say your “I Do’s.” Make sure to choose flowers that will hold their shape well and don’t lose their petals easily. Carnations are a great option!

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Romantic UK Lake District Garden Wedding: Chloe + Stuart

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Pretty Toronto Wedding From Laura Jane Photography

Luxurious Tented Naples Wedding from Anna Lucia Events


Vendor Spotlight: The Lageret

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We are so excited to have an inspiring new venue in the area. Nestled in the heart of downtown Stoughton, WI The Lageret is a vast, historical and industrial warehouse with enough room to host a separate ceremony, cocktail hour and reception.

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The 18,000 sq. ft newly renovated tobacco warehouse is on our short list for popular venues this upcoming season. Using a warehouse as a wedding venue ties in the popular elements of a barn wedding with modern comforts and amenities. The venue has two floors of functioning space with enough room to comfortably fit 240 people.

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Owner Jame Ramsden is no stranger to the wedding business. She has run Flora Designs by Jamae  for over 17 years, and is excited to start this new venture! The venue has already been featured on websites such as Style Me pretty and the Knot, and Jamae assured us that the inquiries are flying in! For more information on hosting your wedding or event at The Lageret, please contact Jame Ramsden, owner, at 608.921.6400 or

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Fall Wedding Myths (2 of 2)

Proving these stubborn fall wedding myths wrong is the perfect way to show off your personal style, and to incorporate this amazing fall weather!

You must hold your Wedding Inside

If you think that you can’t have your dream outdoor wedding and fall date coexist, think again. By incorporating pashmina-style wraps as favors, fire pits, and strategically placed heat lamps you can hold your ceremony, cocktail hour, and maybe even reception outdoors. With the unpredictable fall weather, especially in Wisconsin, it would be smart to have an indoor option for your guests. Finally, suggest to bring jackets or wraps in your invitations or on your personalized website in case it ends up being unseasonably cold on your special day.

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 You must incorporate Pumpkins into your décor

Pumpkin can be a festive treat to add to your dessert table, but don’t feel the need to incorporate it into your décor. To express the fall season in a pumpkin free way, try incorporating fruits like pears, apples, figs and pomegranates instead. Another popular trend is incorporating leaves, grains, and wood elements that reflect the season in a more subtle way

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Vendor Spotlight: Flora Designs

Looking for unique and personalized flowers for your wedding or special event? That’s Flora Designs by Jamae! With over 15 years of floral design experience, owner Jamae Ramsden is ready to help you create beautiful arrangements that show off your personal style. Flora Designs is a full-service custom floral design studio, which only uses the highest quality flowers purchased locally and globally. With an impressive inventory of vases, containers, stands and a huppah, Jamae is able to create stunning designs that meet any of your events needs. “Floral design is something I’ve always wanted to do. I love to work with flowers and make special occasions beautiful with the art of floral design. I am very committed to each bride and special event host, and strive to give each event its own ‘wow’ factor. My lifelong love of flowers shows in every arrangement I create.”

Flora Designs is located in Stoughton, Wisconsin. Consultations are always complimentary and by appointment only. You can contact Jamae by filling out the event questionnaire form on her website, link here.

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Inspired by Fall – Wedding Ceremony Decor (Post 1 of 2)

Inspired by Fall – Wedding Ceremony Decor (Post 1 of 2)

As the leaves change and temperatures drop, consider adding some of your favorite elements of fall to your upcoming wedding.  Rustic wood decor combined with romantic lighting and fall-inspired colors will create a timeless, seasonal affair.  Today, we’re focusing on integrating autumn into various aspects of your ceremony, but check back on Thursday for fall reception inspiration!

Bridal Bouquets

Inspired by the changing colors of autumn, incorporate deep jewel tones to create the perfect fall-inspired bouquet.  Combine deep bordeaux, a rich magenta or burnt orange with pastels and leafy greens to create a seasonal and stand-out floral arrangement.

Rustic Aisle Adornments

Line your aisle with various sized lanterns to create romance and warmth in your ceremony space.  For a more country feel, combine flowers and wood accents to create an outdoorsy yet chic aisle.  Finally, if you’re hosting an outdoor ceremony, consider offering guests blankets for the duration of the ceremony.  They’re cute yet practical during the unpredictable Wisconsin weather.

Check back on Thursday for more fall inspired decor and make sure you follow along on Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date with Cherry Blossom Events!

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Entertain your Guests Throughout your Whole Wedding Weekend (2 of 2)


The ceremony may be over, but the party is just getting started! A popular trend for many newlyweds is incorporating extra parties into their special weekend. This trend is gaining popularity because many guests and couples don’t want the evening to come to a close. In addition, many couples spend the majority of the reception greeting and chatting with guests and don’t get anytime to spend with close friends and family. Besides, consider it another chance to impress your guests with surprising details and personal touches. Here are some ideas to inspire you!

Cocktail Hour

A cocktail hour is a great way to set the tone and warm guests up for the reception. Keep it simple, but make sure there are enough servers so each guest gets something to drink and eat. Most guests won’t mind standing and mingling, but just in case make sure there are seating options available. Finally, it may be laid back but don’t be afraid to let your personality shine through! Bring in entertainment, exotic cuisine, or personalized drinks.









After Reception Party

Go out and hit the town! If you have a large wedding party consider booking a bar for a private event. Keep in mind that some of your guests may have already started drinking; plan accordingly with a shuttle or taxi service.

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Post-wedding Brunch

Newlyweds if you are not leaving for your honeymoon right away, a brunch can be the perfect way to bring the celebration to a close. It’s a great opportunity to thank guests for a lovely weekend, or to spend some quality time with loved ones.









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How to Beat the Heat for a Summer Wedding

One of the best seasons to have an outdoor wedding is the summer. Keeping guests, and yourself, cool is an important part to a successful day. Follow the tips below to help everyone keep happy and fresh.

When choosing dresses for you or your bridesmaids, look for light, airy fabrics that let the breeze in.

Let your groomsmen take off their jackets for a more airy, casual look.

Offer adorable paper parasols during the ceremony or cocktail hour.


Keep beverages and water on ice throughout the entire day. Staying hydrated is key!

Provide sunglasses for guests as a fun favor.

Hand out, or provide programs in the form of paper fans.

Have all the favorite summer treats like watermelon and ice cream out for guests to eat.