Kelsey and Nick Wedding – Greenery Garland – Bowery Hotel – Anne Lee Photography
This blog post is all about candles, the illuminating decorative pieces that we love to display this time of the year. Adding to the wintry magic that fills the air, they can completely enhance the look and feel of a room. And we’ve all experienced how just lighting a few candles on the fireplace mantle creates a warm, inviting atmosphere for everyone to enjoy.
Many are feeling a loss of holiday tradition and trying to navigate these last days of 2020 has been difficult. One way to get over the heartache is to create new traditions. Since candles are ever-present right now, we decided to explore the tradition of decorating for the holidays with a focus on winter wedding centerpieces with candles that you can make at home. Read More
Aleah & Brenden – Low Centerpiece – Cosmopolitan Club – by Alicia King Photography
‘Home is where the heart is.” While the saying is true, our relationship to ‘home’ has drastically changed this past year due to Covid-19. You can love the apartment, house, or condo in which you live, but having to carry out every aspect of your professional and personal life day in the same confined space day after day takes a toll. The reprieve that the holiday season usually offers from the stresses of work and life such as traveling and joyous visits with friends and family are not on the itinerary for 2020. This being said, we still have much for which to be grateful. If you haven’t made a list yet, try jotting down just a few lines detailing what you are thankful for – the exercise helps to shift perspective and uplift the spirit – guaranteed. Read More
Shoshana & Michael Wedding – Low Centerpiece – Carlyle on the Green – Susan Stripling Photography
We are all spending A LOT MORE time at home right now. Many of us are using this period to declutter, organize, and redecorate in an effort to create a space that is warm, inviting, and well, feels good. Nothing lifts the spirit of the home like an arrangement of fresh flowers. Bountiful blooms at the center of the table or a petite bouquet on the window sill gives any room an instant mood makeover.
You are not alone if you meet the task of properly arranging flowers with hesitation. The eye-catching centerpieces peppering Instagram, Pinterest, and home decor magazines look incredibly complex, even to an expert’s eye. But this shouldn’t hold you back from exploring the joys of artful flower arranging. It is an accessible and easy to acquire skill and we are here to help. Going through the Real BB Wedding archives, we picked beautiful arrangements to get you started. Read on to learn how to recreate these blooming lovelies at home. Read More
Wedding season is just around the corner. And if you’re a best friend, mother, or sister of a bride-to-be, there’s a good chance you’re in the midst of organizing a bridal shower. The pre-nuptial soiree is a great way for everyone to get together, enjoy good food and cocktails, and shake off any jitters before the big event. As with all wedding-related parties, thanking friends for coming with a small token of appreciation is good etiquette. It doesn’t have to be expensive and fancy. In fact, a thoughtful gift you make yourself will do just fine. In need of a little inspiration? Here are ten DIY bridal shower favor ideas your guests will love. Read More