Weddings can quickly go over budget, therefore, DIY decorations are a great option. Bring your wedding day visions to life without breaking the bank. DIY decorations add a touch of personalization and uniqueness to your celebration. Pinterest is a great… Read More
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Purple Rain Lavender Farm in Harford County serves as a standout source for beautiful and budget friendly bouquets, lavender gifts and decor, bridal party location and portrait backdrop. Read “An Oasis Of Purple Calm In Harford County” from Wedding411 The… Read More
Balloons have always symbolized a fun party and celebration. Recently they’ve made a comeback in wedding décor in a big way! Whether it’s at the engagement photo shoot, bridal shower, or part of the ceremony and reception decor, balloons are… Read More
The dress. The venue. The cake. The honeymoon destination. When it comes to wedding planning, there are so many elements that immediately come to mind. But this means that other details can be overlooked, no matter how important they are… Read More
The look of marble is cool and luxe, lending a sophisticated vibe to wedding decor. Pairing perfectly with warm metallics, using marble in your wedding decor is a 2017 wedding trend that you’re sure to love…
Getting married in conventional fairytale castles and ballrooms is no longer a dream come true for future brides and grooms that want their big day to be memorable. Truth be told, everyone wants a wedding that exudes originality inside out.
Botannical prints, decor, and accents are so on trend for 2016. Incorporating this look into your wedding scheme can be easy, with a few touches of green and beautiful bouquets; you can take it to another level by turning your ceremony and reception location into a floral paradise. Read on for some of our favorite ideas!
In the age of Pinterest, WeddingWire, the Knot, and social media in general, a lot of new traditions have come about over the past few years. But are they good or bad?? Change can be a good thing, such as non-matching bridesmaids’ dresses, walking down the aisle with both parents, but when it comes to these few traditions, I’d rather they stay well…traditional.