Today’s Real Wedding features the country destination wedding of Adrienne and Matthew, which was held at Sampson’s Hollow in Walland, TN. With the majority of their guest coming from Indiana (groom’s side) and South Carolina (bride’s side), they wanted a place where they could all meet in the middle to celebrate.
Today’s Real Wedding features the beach wedding of Sarah and Kiley, which was held on the beaches of The Outer Banks, North Carolina. They had a wonderful steel drum band for their ceremony music and cocktail hour which set the most romantic, tropical feel for the entire event.
Today’s Real Wedding features the outdoor wedding of Kathryn and Eddie, which took place at the Hilton Oceanfront Hotel in Melbourne Beach, Florida. Kathryn is Canadian and Eddie is American, so it brought two families, and two countries, together for this special day!
A Camp Themed Wedding…..Doesn’t that make you reminiscence of summers around a bonfire when you were a kid? If you are planning a wedding this fall or winter with a camp theme we have chosen some of our favorite warm invitations with a natural and woodsy feel. These invitations provide a rustic and natural feel for a casual and cozy wedding atmosphere in the forest or even a backyard barn.
Wedding flowers can really come to life when you add a little unexpected twist to your bouquet. We saw these gorgeous ceremony flowers over at Style Me Pretty and fell in love with the flower and feather combination. Simply lovely! What are you planning for your ceremony flowers?
In our last DIY project, we showed you how to create easy and elegant-as-ever succulent party favors. Today, we’re going to show you how to turn your wedding programs into fans for the perfect way to keep guests cool… and they can be created in two simple steps!
Cute scrapbook paper or plain cardstock to complement your programs
Scrapbook tape or rubber cement
Step 1: Cut and Glue
If your program is simply designed, we recommend a colorful backing. If it features a graphic or bold design, we recommend simple cardstock for the backing… but in the end it’s up to you! If using scrapbook paper, cut it down to size. Then, secure your wooden stick to the back of your program.
Step 2: Tape
With your tape, secure your program to its backing counterpart (be it scrapbook paper or cardstock). Be sure to secure all four sides with your adhesive. Tip: To keep your fan from being flimsy, make sure to use a strong cardstock backing. If you’re using a thinner cardstock or scrapbook paper, use a longer stick as your base.
We know it’s only the beginning of March, but who isn’t eager for warmer temps and longer days? Spring is just around the corner, which means we’ll soon see a wealth of bright, vibrant decor details as weddings move outdoors. Here are a few of our favorite ways couples have played up color at their outdoor ceremonies.