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The Prettiest Ways to Put Pumpkins in Your Wedding

The days are getting shorter, leaves are beginning to drift from the trees, mornings have a just a hint of frostiness, there are pumpkins lined up at the grocery store and Bath & Body Works fall-scented candles have hit the shelves. These are all tell-tale signs that glorious autumn is upon us. Since the season has arrived we thought
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TREND ALERT: Living Walls & Living Bars for Your Wedding

Love all things green? Are plants your fave? Then we think you’ll love the wedding trend of using the beauty of nature to elevate your special day to the next level. Incorporating lots of lush greenery, beautiful plants, gorgeous blooms and all things living into your wedding decor is probably the way you want to go. After all, Aristotle wasn’t wrong when
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Trendy Boho Pampas Grass For Your Wedding

  Pampas Grass, a popular Instagram decor item, is currently showing up in wedding magazines, celebrity weddings, and Pinterest boards. We’re seeing it EVERYWHERE and for every aspect of wedding decor from bouquets, centerpieces, and backdrops, to boutonnieres and aisle decoration. It is showy, but in a relaxed, casual type of way plus it has a sculptural quality that is
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Rust: An Unexpected Wedding Color for 2019

Style Your Day Rust is trending hard for 2019 weddings. We just love this rich, throwback color which is so current yet also so retro and 70s inspired. A rust-hued palette adds natural richness to a wedding with shades of copper, terra cotta and orange. Bringing this color story into your wedding via your decor, your floral elements, your
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Balloons for your Wedding!

Whimsically light, airy and full of fun, balloons are such a cute way to decorate your wedding! Plus everyone associates balloons with happiness; after all, they are sweet, nostalgic reminders of birthday parties, circus visits, and childhood celebrations. Since balloons are traditionally associated with so many special occasions, using them for your ceremony and reception