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July 19, 2017

Flower Girl Looks We Love

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There is that one moment during a wedding when the flower girl steals the show. All guests turn to see the sweetie in her adorable dress, sprinkling petals as she bashfully walks down the aisle. We love when one of our brides includes a flower girl in her bridal party. She adds a touch of charm and lightness to the ceremony. In addition to a basket full of petals, she may carry a mini-version of the bridesmaid bouquet or wear a pretty floral crown. For the bride who plans to have a flower girl or two, here are some of our favorite looks from Real BB Weddings to use for inspiration.

 

Becca & Dave - Flower Girl - Bouquet - Bridgehampton Tennis & Surf Club - Andre Maier Photography

Becca & Dave – Flower Girl – Bouquet – Bridgehampton Tennis & Surf Club – Andre Maier Photography

 

Is there a more fitting dress for a flower girl than one adorned with lovely little blooms? A petite bouquet of white hydrangea was the perfect complement to a lavender frock with floral appliqué that this little flower girl wore for a beach wedding at the Bridgehampton Tennis & Surf Club.

 

Deborah & Geraldo - Flower Girl - Head Wreath - Babys Breath - Pearl River Hilton - Cole & Kiera Photography

Deborah & Geraldo – Flower Girl – Head Wreath – Babys Breath – Pearl River Hilton – Cole & Kiera Photography

 

For a classically romantic wedding at the Pearl River Hilton, this gorgeous flower girl carried a white satin basket filled with blush colored rose petals, which accessorized her exquisite tulle dress perfectly. Her look was topped off with a floral head wreath composed of ivory spray roses and accents of seeded eucalyptus.

 

Jen & Adam - Flower Girl - Babys Breath - New York Botanical Garden - Joseph Lin Photography

Jen & Adam – Flower Girl – Babys Breath – New York Botanical Garden – Joseph Lin Photography

 

This flower girl is completely in her element as she gets ready for a wedding at the New York Botanical Garden. She carries a small wooden basket decorated with white lilies, ivory roses, and greenery. Her beautiful handmade flower crown is fashioned from white baby’s breath with a satin ribbon trailing down the back.

 

Carolyn & Mike - Flower Girl - Rose Bouquet - Mandarin Oriental - Off Beet Productions

Carolyn & Mike – Flower Girl – Rose Bouquet – Mandarin Oriental – Off Beet Productions

 

Jackie Kennedy said it best when she stated, “Pearls are always appropriate.” Is there a more classic pairing than pearls and roses? Just ask this little darling. Walking down the aisle, she wears a beautiful single stand necklace while carrying a tiny nosegay bouquet of blush roses.

 

Alice & Chris - Flower Girl - Crown - Babys Breath - 620 Loft & Garden - Samm Blake

Alice & Chris – Flower Girl – Crown – Babys Breath – 620 Loft & Garden – Samm Blake

 

When girls are really young, floral accessories should be small and delicate. Baby’s breath is an excellent choice, because the blooms are unfussy and will not overtake the wearer’s petite stature. The smile on this little flower girl says it all as she shows off her whispery baby’s breath crown at a 620 Loft & Garden wedding.

 

Rachel & Olly - Flower Girls - Flower Crowns - Manhattan Penthouse - Dreamlife Photography

Rachel & Olly – Flower Girls – Flower Crowns – Manhattan Penthouse – Dreamlife Photography

 

Getting ready for a Manhattan Penthouse wedding, this adorable trio stopped just long enough to pose for a picture. Complementing the girls’ dreamy dresses are lush, garden inspired crowns composed of burgundy ranunculus, Italian ruscus, asparagus fern, and a blackberry stem with cascading gold ribbon down the back.

 

Suzy & Jerry - Flower Girl - Head Wreath - Bourne Mansion - Ryon Lockhart Photography

Suzy & Jerry – Flower Girl – Head Wreath – Bourne Mansion – Ryon Lockhart Photography

 

This flower girl looks so much like a ballerina, you could take that exuberant smile for one that comes after finishing a solo performance on stage. She is actually smiling because celebrations for a wedding at Bourne Mansion are about to begin. A stunning natural wreath featuring blush, white, ivory hued blooms and greenery accents completes her ballerina princess look.

Choosing floral accessories for your flower girls depends on their age, the bridesmaid bouquets, and your overall wedding style. We hope these looks give you ideas for the flower girls who will be dusting petals down your aisle. And be prepared to share the spotlight with these sweethearts when they make their entrance.

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July 12, 2017

Boutonnieres We Love: Choosing Flowers for the Men in Your Wedding

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You couldn’t be happier with the bouquets you and your bridesmaids will be carrying down the aisle. Now, there’s just one more item to take care of before you can cross “wedding flowers” off the TO DO list – choosing the boutonnieres.

 

Adriana & James - Boutonniere - Wedding Invitations - Battery Gardens - Melissa Kruse Photography

Adriana & James – Boutonniere – Wedding Invitations – Battery Gardens – Melissa Kruse Photography

 

The custom of men wearing flowers can be traced all the way back to 2000 B.C., when the Aztecs wore brightly-colored blooms to show their allegiance during times of war. In wedding culture, the groom wears a flower from his bride’s bouquet to symbolize his bond with her. He also gives each of his groomsmen a flower to wear on the left side, just above their heart.

Aesthetically, boutonnieres look fantastic, adding a dash of color, style, and personality to the traditional wedding tuxedo. Looking for boutonniere inspiration? We rounded up our favorite looks from Real BB Weddings.

Rose

For a wedding at the Liberty Warehouse in Brooklyn, the groom wore a garden inspired boutonniere featuring a single Alejandra peach rose accented with seeded eucalyptus and wrapped with black ribbon.

Andrea & John Wedding - Groom - Boutonniere - Liberty Warehouse Brooklyn - by Popography

Andrea & John Wedding – Groom – Boutonniere – Liberty Warehouse Brooklyn – by Popography

 

Ranunculus

Looking very romantic, the groom wore a lovely blush-hued ranunculus and pink wax flower boutonniere to match his bride’s bouquet at their Essex House wedding.

Amanda and Thomas - Groom - Boutonniere - JWM Essex House - Photo by Kelly Guenther

Amanda and Thomas – Groom – Boutonniere – JWM Essex House – Photo by Kelly Guenther

 

Gerbera Daisy

This groom made a bold statement at his Studio 450 wedding by wearing a boutonniere that featured a vibrant pink mini gerbera daisy accented with a yellow mimosa and lily grass.

Brad and Manjil - Groom -Boutonniere - Studio 450 - NYC Wedding - Weddings by Two

Brad and Manjil – Groom – Boutonniere – Studio 450 – NYC Wedding – Weddings by Two

 

Dahlia

This groom’s boutonniere, fashioned with a white mini dahlia complemented with lavender and silver dollar eucalyptus, was picture perfect for an outdoor wedding at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden.

Cammie & Peter Wedding - Groom - Boutonniere - Brooklyn Botanic Garden - by Nicki Sebastian -Photography

Cammie & Peter Wedding – Groom – Boutonniere – Brooklyn Botanic Garden – by Nicki Sebastian – Photography

 

Anemone

How dapper does this white anemone with greenery accent boutonniere look against the rich blue of the groom’s suit at his Bowery Hotel wedding?

Courtney and Quinton - Groom -Boutonniere - The Bowery Hotel - Photography by Chad Cruz

Courtney and Quinton – Groom -Boutonniere – The Bowery Hotel – Photography by Chad Cruz

 

Rose with Greenery

For a wedding at the Ryland Inn, the groom’s lapel showed off an ivory garden rose accented with eucalyptus and ruscus. Mixing whimsy and elegance, the groomsmen’s boutonnieres featured an ivory spray rose, dusty miller, and a scabiosa pod.

Danielle and Jared - Groom - Groomsmen - Boutonnieres - Ryland Inn - Paul Francis Photography

Danielle and Jared – Groom – Groomsmen – Boutonnieres – Ryland Inn – Paul Francis Photography

 

Ranunculus with Greenery and Gold Ribbon

Exchanging vows at the Manhattan Penthouse, the groom wore a lavish boutonniere presenting two cream ranunculus complemented with greenery accents and gold satin ribbon.

Karla & Franklin - Ranunculus Boutonniere - Manhattan Penthouse - by Our Wedding Way (2)

Karla & Franklin – Ranunculus – Groom – Boutonniere – Manhattan Penthouse – by Our Wedding Way (2)

 

Spray Roses

Nothing could have been more fitting for a fairytale spring wedding at the Hudson Hotel Rooftop than seeing the men with exquisite pink and white spray roses adorning their tuxedos.

Mary & Galen Wedding -Boutonnieres - The Hudson Hotel NYC -Photography by Jac and Thom

Mary & Galen Wedding -Boutonnieres – The Hudson Hotel NYC -Photography by Jac and Thom

 

Ranunculus with Astilbe and Jasmine

The groom’s boutonniere of white ranunculus, astilbe, and jasmine vine had an old-fashioned feel to it, which was most fitting for a wedding at the Bourne Mansion.

Suzy & Jerry - Groom - Boutonniere - Bourne Mansion - Ryon Lockhart Photography

Suzy & Jerry – Groom – Boutonniere – Bourne Mansion – Ryon Lockhart Photography

 

Succulent

Succulents add fresh shape and texture to wedding florals. For a wedding at the Prospect Park Picnic House, the groom wore a lush succulent boutonniere accented with seeded eucalyptus.

Amanda & Corey - Groom - Succulent Boutonnière - Picnic House - DeNueva Photo

Amanda & Corey – Groom – Succulent Boutonnière – Picnic House – DeNueva Photo

 

Ranunculus with Greenery

The contrast between the petite white ranunculus and dark greenery of this boutonniere portrayed a natural elegance that was just right for a wedding at the Alger House.

Sabrina & Andrew - White Ranunculus - Groom - Boutonniere - Alger House

Sabrina & Andrew – White Ranunculus – Groom – Boutonniere – Alger House

 

Wedding blooms are not only beautiful to look at. The flowers you have at your wedding bear symbolic meaning and serve as a decorative feature that brings together the entire look and atmosphere of the ceremony and reception. And as you can see, even small details like boutonnieres are important to creating the overall style and feel of the most exciting day of your life!

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June 30, 2017

Popular Wedding Bouquet Styles for Every Bride

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When it comes to choosing your wedding flowers, the most important feature is the bouquet. The blooms a bride carries down the aisle make a statement – they are an expression of her personality, style, and the love she is feeling on her wedding day.

 

Jacqueline & Gary - Bridal Bouquet - Trump Soho - Casey Fatchett Photography

Jacqueline & Gary – Bridal Bouquet – Trump Soho – Casey Fatchett Photography

 

We love working with our clients, helping them to find the bridal blooms that are perfect for them. There are actually various types of wedding bouquets to choose from, each with a unique shape and floral arrangement. There are no rules, but some factors to consider are the style of your gown and type of ceremony you are planning.

To inspire the modern bride, we gathered examples from our #RealBBWeddings to show beautiful interpretations of the most fashionable types of bouquets.

 

Round: The round bouquet is perfect for the bride who considers Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, and Jackie Onassis as her fashion icons. It is the most traditionally classic in style and made with flowers that have been shaped into a perfect sphere and tied together tightly, usually with ribbon. Favored for formal, indoor ceremonies, they are often monochromatic, showcasing one type of flower such as roses. Planning an outdoor ceremony? Complement the roses with calla lilies, peonies, and a few sprigs of greenery for a garden-inspired feel.

 

Hand-Tied: A freer version of the round, the hand-tied bouquet can be fashioned to fit just about any bridal style, from classic to romantic to bohemian. It presents a dense arrangement of flowers and greenery that have been tied together with ribbon or twine. An elegant version brings together blush and ivory roses and ranunculus with just a hint of greenery. Make a stunning impression by complementing roses with anemones, pods, and eucalyptus. A colorful bounty of roses, orchids, and ranunculus with lush greenery evokes boho chic.

 

Cascade: Making a dramatic statement, the cascade bouquet is marked by a “waterfall” of flowers that drape down in front of the arrangement. This style is a real showstopper and pairs best with a simple and elegant gown. A teardrop shaped bouquet of roses set off with cascading Phalaenopsis orchids radiates sophisticated opulence. An arrangement of white roses and rancunculus accented with lush, flowing greenery looks breathtaking with a satin dress.

 

Posy: Essentially a smaller version of the round, the posy bouquet is a great choice if you want to keep things simple. Because of its size, this style is suitable for a petite bride and bridesmaids. A blend of pink and ivory roses radiates sweet romance. A combination of roses, peonies, and sweet peas looks lovely and vibrant. An all-white rose bouquet stuns against a regal blue bridesmaids gown.

 

Nosegay: The nosegay bouquet has been around since medieval times when flowers were used to perfume the air from offensive smells. Very similar to the posy, it is a smaller bouquet featuring a compact cluster of flowers that is usually carried by members of the bridal party. A coral and pink myriad of roses, peonies, ranunculus with verdant greenery is a dazzling spectacle for the eye. Soft pink and peach roses complemented by dusty miller looks like a garden daydream. For a charmingly romantic look, arrange red and pink roses with accents of olive leaf.

 

As you can see, there are no limits to the expressive beauty of the bridal bouquet. We hope you enjoyed looking at some of our favorite bouquets from the Real B&B Weddings archives. With these examples in mind, you’ll surely find the right bouquet for you!

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June 7, 2017

6 Custom Wedding Art Ideas

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The love and excitement you feel on your wedding day is like never before. You are about to start a new life with the person you care about most, surrounded by family and friends. This is a moment you’ll want to cherish and revisit for years to come. Capture the day in a personal way with a one-of-a-kind piece of art. Here are 6 inspiring custom wedding art ideas.

Portrait of a DressArtist Kristina Bailey was asked by a friend to paint his bride’s wedding dress as an anniversary gift. This sparked the idea to make portraits of wedding dresses, capturing the exquisite details and sumptuous fabrics. You absolutely loved your wedding dress. It was pretty enough for a painting! With Portrait of a Dress, you can go back to that day, and evoke the beauty and ease you felt wearing your gown whenever you want!

 

Kristina Bailey - Portrait of a Dress - via Portrait of a Dress.com

Kristina Bailey – Portrait of a Dress – via Portrait of a Dress.com

 

Wedding PortraitYou’ve finally received your wedding photos. Clicking through each image, you are immediately brought back to the happiest day of your life so far. You love them all, but there’s a particular photo of you and the hubs that makes your heart sing every time you look at it. Artist Jessica Marie Peddicord will take your favorite wedding photo and render it as a custom watercolor illustration. Beautifully depicted, Lisa Marie’s wedding portraits are sincere reflections of a couple’s personality and sentiment.

 

Custom Watercolor Wedding Portrait Painting - Wedding Portrait - The Wedding Shop - via Simply Jessica Marie.com

Custom Watercolor Wedding Portrait Painting – Wedding Portrait – The Wedding Shop – via Simply Jessica Marie.com

 

Wedding Bouquet PaintingThe flowers a bride chooses to carry down the aisle are an expression of her individuality and style. Bridal blooms are important and meaningful – we are not just saying this because we are in the business. Just ask Megan Carty, a Boston-based artist who makes bespoke paintings inspired by wedding bouquets. We love Megan’s expressive, fluid style and how her depictions reveal a blossom’s inner essence. Stimulating treasured memories from a special day, these vibrant images are wonderful enhancements to home décor.

 

Custom Wedding Bouquet Paintings by Megan Carty - via Megan Carty Art.com

Custom Wedding Bouquet Paintings by Megan Carty – via Megan Carty Art.com

 

Retro Wedding Art PrintChicago based artist Alexander Doll makes retro-inspired fine art prints commemorating your wedding day. His Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Wedding Collection brings to mind vintage liquor advertisements and movie posters. Couples can pick from an array of custom options like location, hair color, design color, and text to create a work of art that is modern, chic, and looks great anywhere in the home.

 

Retro Wedding Art Paint - Mr. and Mrs. Alexander - Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Catalog - via Custom Alexander.com

Retro Wedding Art Paint – Mr. and Mrs. Alexander – Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Catalog – via Custom Alexander.com

 

Intersection of Love PrintYour love story is still unfolding. But right now, the most important moments are when you first met and your wedding day. Memorialize these special dates in a pop art print by Portland based artist Patricia Carlin. The names of you and your honey intersect on street signs against a vibrant hued background. Printed on canvas, Patricia’s personalized works of art are available in a variety of fun, dazzling colors.

 

Intersection of Love - Pop Color Canvas - Created By Patricia Carlin - via Uncommon Goods.com

Intersection of Love – Pop Color Canvas – Created By Patricia Carlin – via Uncommon Goods.com

 

Map of Our Hearts ArtYou and your sweetie are from very different parts of the world. And to this day, you still can’t believe your paths crossed! Artist Melissa Schwall makes charming personalized map art that proves when it comes to love, distance is no matter. Cutting out half-hearts from vintage and modern maps of the each partner’s place of origin, Melissa constructs a heart-shaped world symbolizing a couple’s union. Just add your names and wedding date to create a touching, one-of-a-kind artwork.

 

Map of Our Hearts - Created by Melissa Schwall - via Uncommon Goods.com

Map of Our Hearts – Created by Melissa Schwall – via Uncommon Goods.com

 

We hope that these ideas inspire you to take what you loved most about your wedding and turn it in to a unique work of art.

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May 5, 2017

7 Favorite Trends from Bridal Fashion Week New York Spring 2018

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Designers revealed their latest creations during Bridal Fashion Week Spring 2018 in New York recently. The looks were diverse, ranging from billowing ball gowns to sleek and simple silhouettes. If you are a bride-to-be, the dress of your dreams surely lies in one of these collections from Oscar de la Renta, Carolina Herrera, and Monique Lhuillier among others. Bride & Blossom was so inspired by the wedding attire showcased on the runway and in showrooms that we rounded up our favorite trends for the upcoming seasons.

 

New York Bridal Fashion Week 2018 - Romona Keveza Collection - via Romona Keveza.com

New York Bridal Fashion Week 2018 – Romona Keveza Collection – via Romona Keveza.com

 

Bejeweled Details: Designers showed off glistening gowns with embellishments that varied from strand-of-pearls accents to all over beading. Monique Lhuillier’s vintage take on the trend paired an elegant fit and flare silhouette with a lavish shoulder necklace. Jenny Packham and Naeem Khan offer two versions of the beaded sheath – shimmering elegance and glittery white Goth. These wedding looks are so sparkly on their own, you can think about skipping jewelry.

 

 

Volume: This trend showed billowing ball gowns fit for a fairytale princess. Christian Siriano went for regal glam with an ornamented bodice and layer-upon-layer of tulle. Viktor & Rolf stunned with a multi-layered tulle skirt that looks like a work of art. Oscar de la Renta’s whimsical design paired a sugary spun bottom and top with delicate floral trimming. You may have a hard time getting around in any of these dresses, but at least you’ll look divine doing it.

 

 

Streamline Satin: Amid all the glitter and tulle were simple satin gowns. With the minimalist bride in mind, collections presented looks that proved understated elegance will never go out of style. Lela Rose paired bridal gloves with a silhouette echoing an old Hollywood screen siren. Carolina Herrera’s modern sheath was marked by black straps and drape sleeves. Austin Scarlett presented a relaxed column gown with a hint of side detailing.

 

 

Statement Veils: The bridal veil continues to have a moment. Designers’ treatment of the wedding accessory offered styles for the traditional and fashion-forward. Zuhair Murad’s chapel length design exudes grace and style. Viktor & Rolf re-imagined the elbow veil with striking architectural detail, matching it with a classic ball gown. Galia Lahav’s sparkling cathedral design is what wedding dreams are made of.

 

 

Flutter Sleeves: Delicate, wind-swept sleeves were seen on gowns of every style. Rita Vinieris encapsulated sheer romance with flowing tulle and lace sleeves on a trumpet silhouette. Radiating pure enchantment, Temperley London’s design is perfect for a woodland wedding. Galia Lahav’s design elevated bohemian with stunning floral embellishments.

 

 

Black Accents: For the most part, designers kept this fresh, yet classic look to just a dash of black here and there. Marchesa contrasted a beautifully embroidered gown with a simple black belt. A note of black gives Elizabeth Filmore’s signature lace slipdress an edgy vibe. Kelly Faetanini skipped subtlety for high drama, combining a luxurious black feather skirt with corset top.

 

 

Blue and Pink: And the bride wore something blue. A modern twist on wedding white, designers revealed dresses in soft of blue and pink hues. The opalescence of pearls inspired Theia’s dreamy blush ensemble. Expressing majestic elegance, Reem Acra fashioned a gilded overlay on a hush-of-blue ball gown. Mira Zwillinger’s charming version of the trend combined exquisite floral appliqué with whispering blue.

 

 

Every bride is unique and finding the perfect gown is an important part of her wedding story. We hope this trend guide to Bridal Fashion Week New York Spring 2018 helps you discover a wedding look that best expresses your style and personality.

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April 21, 2017

Outdoor Spring Wedding Ideas & Trends

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Spring has sprung and as we move into the new season, we are excited to spend as much time as we can outdoors and embrace Mother Nature for all of her glory! Planning your wedding in the spring months of March, April and May provides you with so many wonderful options in regards to your wedding’s theme, décor and itinerary, from start to finish. Including nature, landscapes and the environment around you to create a beautiful atmosphere can be a great advantage when planning an outside ceremony or reception. Outdoor weddings provide you with many great ideas, options and new trends for the 2017 spring wedding season.

 

Santa Ynez Wedding - Outdoor Wedding - by Jose Villa - via Style Me Pretty

Santa Ynez Wedding – Outdoor Wedding – by Jose Villa – via Style Me Pretty

 

An outdoor ceremony can acquire so many different aspects to bring your vision to life. Whether you’re getting married in the woods, on a beach or in an open field, there are many parts of nature to play up everywhere you look. A new fun trend if you are having a rustic forest wedding is to incorporate a big old oak tree into your space. A beautiful tree standing tall can be a perfect focal point behind the bride and groom. It provides color, texture and a dynamic in the bigger picture. Adding elements to the tree is a great way to play into your theme. This can include hanging lanterns or flowers, string lights and garland to decorate all of its branches. This idea will help present a stage for the couple as they say their vows and create a beautiful organic backdrop.

 

 

The next way to add a lot of ambiance to an open outdoor space is to spice up the reception setting. While the physical landscape is what you’ve always desired, it is also fun to add some new ideas without taking away from the natural beauty.

 

Lighting: A new exciting way to enhance an outdoor reception layout is by adding a ceiling quality, if you will. This can include a tent, hanging lanterns, string lights, floral or greenery garland and hanging accents. Stringing lights from tree to tree is a great way to manage the space without making it feel too crowded. It is often that many appreciate a canopy feature of lights above the guests seating or dance floor. This can create nice light space that resembles a starry night sky.

 

 

Lanterns: Incorporating paper lanterns is a funky way to bring a sense of cheerfulness into the scene. These look beautiful for a daytime wedding and can play off of a garden theme. They are light, airy and can complement many color schemes and wedding styles.

 

White Chinese Paper Lanterns - Outdoor Wedding Decor - via Weddbook.com

White Chinese Paper Lanterns – Outdoor Wedding Decor – via Weddbook.com

 

Suspended Blooms: Lastly, one of the newest trends in the industry is to incorporate hanging floral accents into your scenery. This can include single suspended blooms above the dance floor, a large floral display sitting gently behind the bride and groom, or long vertical garland that is inspired by hanging beads. They are fun and make a large open space feel charming and intimate.

 

 

Now that your reception space is decorated seamlessly to match your theme, the seating arrangement can also play into creating an outdoor space of your dreams. As the wedding industry is advancing each and every day, new trends are arising and we have moved into the world of individuality and unique designs. Breaking from the forever classic round table display, the newest trend is unique tables. This can include long tables, bench seating, square tables and even low tables featuring floor cushions. Mixing and matching a variety of table shapes while adding elements such as greenery and flowers, featuring natural wood and stone elements makes for a very pretty scape. It’s a fun way to add your own sense of personality, style and taste to your reception and a beautiful way to enhance the space even more.

 

 

The best thing about turning a raw and organic space into your own is that you can fully create your personalized fantasy outdoor setting. A space full of trees, a garden retreat or a hilly field can be easily flipped into a beautiful, one-of-a-kind space for a wedding. Have fun, be creative and think outside the box to bring your open-air wedding to life before your eyes! For all of our spring brides, there are so many great options right at your fingertips, and we are as excited as you are to watch them come to life.

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