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Five wedding décor trends 2020

As the world is fighting against coronavirus, the wedding season 2020 is officially postponed. There is so much stress associated with the spreading of the infection but isolation also allows us to gather our thoughts and reflect on important things. That’s how we came up with these wedding décor trends. Eco-friendliness. Sustainability is a big trend in all industries, and wedding planning is no exception. Some couples use their flower wall for both the ceremony and reception. Recently we asked in Instagram stories if our followers would decorate...

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Five tips on picking outdoor wedding decor

  If you are getting married outside, you have probably thought through the whole scenario. Obviously, you know that the weather is unpredictable, and sometimes it snows in May. But let’s imagine that the weather is just perfect, and your wedding is happening outside without any implications. How do you decorate an outside wedding of your dreams? Consider the color palette of the season. If it’s spring or summer, it will be mostly green outside (unless you are getting married on the beach). Fall is popular among couples because...

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Sweetheart table décor ideas

Sweetheart table or head table – which one to choose? If you are researching sweetheart table ideas, the chances are high you have already decided to have a sweetheart table instead of a head table. Just in case we remind you that sweetheart table is intended only for the couple. Head tables fit a bigger company usually consisting of the couple, maid of honor, and best man (and their dates). Ask yourself: would you prefer being at the table by yourself or do you need friends by your side?...

Wedding décor with roses: ideas and themes

Rose as an allegory of love and marriage  Thanks to marketing efforts, red roses have become a symbol of passion and love, and every year 224 million roses are grown for Valentine’ s Day in the US! As legends say, a red rose was the favorite flower of Venus – the Roman goddess of love. But rose also symbolizes hope and balance, as it’s not only beautiful but also dangerous – if you have ever pricked a finger on a rose thorn, you know how painful it is. Anne Bronte...

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How to decorate an Indian wedding celebration

Sangeet, Mehndi, and the reception South Asian weddings are so much different from the regular American weddings! Indian wedding celebrations can last several days or even a week. They usually begin with Sangeet, or what we would call now a pre-party. At sangeet, two families meet each other and celebrate by singing and dancing together. After Sangeet, Mehndi ceremony takes place. Mehndi is a more relaxed party, for which the bride gets her hands and feet painted with henna. The last part of the celebration is the reception. Key elements...

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Use our simple timeline to stay sane while planning a wedding

So, how to plan a wedding and not go crazy? The short answer would be “hire help”. But it’s not that simple. Hiring wedding planners can make the whole process easier but it doesn’t mean that the celebration of your dreams will be prepared without your participation. You will need to communicate your thoughts and ideas as clearly as possible making sure that you are heard and understood. What if you can’t afford planners and have to do everything on your own? First of all, don’t stress and...