Decor + Flowers

  • From cascading eucalyptus and ivy adornments to wreaths of myrtle and swags of fern, foliage is the new flower. 

  • Here are some of the important factors you should keep in mind when you design your bridal bouquet.

  • Whether you're allergic to flowers, eco-conscious, on a budget, or simply not a fan, it is completely okay to forego the flowers on your wedding day. These 25 alternatives will do the trick, and give your guests something to talk (or even Tweet) about.

  • No matter the size of your wedding budget, there's something so indulgent about browsing photos of the most luxurious weddings. 

  • Decorations live firmly in the world of logistical reality, no matter how pretty they are. That’s why when you start planning, it’s good to get off of the Internet and into your venue, if at all possible.

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    Check out 50 designs that are the stuff of wedding fantasies!

  • Floral décor can up the magic in a variety of ways, from luxurious bouquets to dramatic arches to centerpieces that seem to have fallen out of a storybook

  • Reception décor has the power to set the tone for your entire event, but centerpieces are just one part of the equation. Linens (or lack thereof), colored glassware, plates, candles, and other personal touches all work together to create a harmonious tabletop design.

  • Dupes (short for duplicates) are all the rage in the beauty world: drugstore versions of identical luxury products. But now, the concept has arrived to the world of flowers. 

  • As more couples move their nuptials outdoors and to other secular locations, brides and grooms of all faiths are opting to exchange vows beneath beautiful canopies and arches. Here, get inspired by some of the most beautiful ideas we've seen.

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