28 8 / 2014
We know there are some aspects of your wedding that you can’t skimp on, but these 10 items under $30 will add beauty without breaking the budget!
1. Antique-finish place card holder/picture frame - $1.50
Add a personal touch to each place setting at your reception with these tiny picture frames.
2. Mercury glass table numbers - $8.00
These table numbers bring character to any table.
3. "I Do" shoe stickers - $8.00
Personalize your wedding shoes and add your something blue at the same time!
4. Rustic wedding advice box - $18.00
Use this adorable box to learn from the experts at your wedding.
5. Mr. and Mrs. burlap banner - $21.50
A perfect banner for an engagement party, bridal party or wedding reception!
6. Painted mason jar centerpieces - $22.00
These mason jars are the perfect summer colors! Use them to brighten up your centerpieces.
7. Bride/groom chair sashes - $23.90
Let everyone know where you’re sitting! Also available for the maid of honor, best man, bridesmaids and groomsmen.
8. Starry string lights - $28.99
These are perfect for lighting for an outdoor ceremony and reception this summer.
9. Pearl headband - $29.00
This simple headband adds just a touch of elegance to any wedding hairstyle!
10. “Pick a seat, not a side” sign - $29.95
Unite both families at the ceremony with this adorable sign!
27 5 / 2014
As wedding season comes into full swing, I’ve decided to compile a list of some of the hottest summer wedding colors. Enjoy!
Navy and yellow
Navy brings a sense of regality to any wedding. Pairing it with a bright yellow brings a pop of color to your wedding. Navy can be paired with many other colors as well — try a pale pink or light green. If you’re worried about navy clashing with black tuxedos, have the groom and groomsmen wear gray (an excellent complement to navy and yellow).
Pale blue, cherry and white
Together, these colors form the perfect combination for a backyard wedding. The blue and cherry go well with the bride’s white dress and add just enough color to anyone’s special day. If you’re looking for more color, try a brighter blue.
Lavender and sea foam
Light, whimsical and playful are the words I would use to describe this color palette. These colors are perfect for the free-spirited, fun-loving couple. Although the colors are very airy, they make a bold statement when put together.
Light green is perfect for the wedding that’s taking place on a warm, summer night. It brings an authentic nature feel to the ceremony and reception. Try adding a pastel yellow to the palette to bring in a new pop of color.
Coral and gray
For an air of sophistication on your wedding day, use coral and gray. The coral brings just the right amount of color, and contrasts with the gray perfectly to create simple elegance.
Lastly, for you non-conformists out there, who says you have to choose just a few colors for your wedding? Try using a whole assortment of pastel colors to bring your funky, fun wedding together.