Cranberry is a perfect color for both fall and winter weddings. It looks good with other reds, yellows, greens, ivory, browns, and black. We rounded up some of our favorite ways people have used cranberry in their weddings.
Lighting can be one of the hardest things to “figure out” when it comes to planning a wedding reception, especially if your reception is outside. If you’re feeling stumped when it comes to lighting (or even with centerpiece ideas!) consider using lanterns! Lanterns create the perfect amount of cozy lighting and they look great paired with
We are going to start off with a quick history lesson. Back in the day, brides did not wear white. White (as we all know) is extremely difficult to keep clean so regular folk couldn’t afford such a luxury as a white wedding dress. It wasn’t until 1840 when Queen Victoria wore a white wedding
Garden weddings are completely intimate and maybe a little bit secretive. Outdoor weddings are a great way to connect you to nature, and they feel elegant and completely relaxed. One of the biggest upsides to having an outdoor wedding is that it is so easy to save money on decor! Because you’re surrounded by nature,
Sometimes you just want to add a little sparkle to your life, so why not your wedding? Whether you want to go all-out shine, or add subtle hints of it, here are seven ways to add some shine to your big day.
Alright, my pun might be really bad, but when it comes to your wedding, Sage isn’t a bad option! Sage is the next big thing when it comes to wedding colors, dresses, and bouquets. Sage and Thyme are a great way to add subtle touches of rustic charm on your big day. Here are ten reasons