Centerpiece ideas

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Wedding receptions are all about decking out the tables and adding dashes of personality to your space. Napkins, of all things, provide an easy way fun to dress up your wedding reception tablescape with creative napkin styling that will have guests talking ... and that adds that extra-special touch to the day's decor. Be inspired by these simple napkin folding ideas that you can easily do yourself

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Karli and Son's wedding is full of wow. With a vintage VW bus, the groom serenading the gorgeous bride, an exit with bubbles and confetti dancing in the sky, and a gondola boat ride ... there is so much eye candy to take in from their beachside burgundy wedding! Oh, and of course inspiration for our Spice winter wedding color trend. The fun-loving couple tied the knot overlooking the San Diego

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There is no doubt ... gold will always be a wedding classic! This pretty metallic hue is perfect across any wedding style, and it totally adds sophistication and glamour. From rustic outdoor weddings to industrial galas, gold wedding details definitely pack a shiny punch. A group of ultra-talented wedding vendors in South Texas came together to show that rustic weddings don't always have to be

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“Doable DIY” is our new recurring blog series about easy, affordable DIY wedding ideas. The centerpiece is the crowning jewel of the table. Here are 5 easy DIY wedding centerpiece ideas that will coordinate with the look of your wedding style + bring drama, color, and creativity to your reception tables. 1. Branded Hurricanes: Dress up your hurricanes as well as carry the look of your invitation

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Wedding cake centerpieces are a sweet alternative to "traditional" centerpiece decor. What an incredible display these individually decorated mini wedding cakes would make! Just gorgeous. {Maki's Cakes} These edible beauties are stunning too! A smaller version of the wedding cake... one per table. Guests simply cut their own piece. {image via Colorado Rose Cake Company} What do you think of

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I have to share this fabulous "small space" idea from Mary~ a northern Cali interior designer who writes the fab JPM Design blog. Essentially it's about getting creative with your space. In this case... long narrow reception tables without a lot of room for elaborate centerpieces. Well, you can have your table and your centerpiece too when you re-purpose your chandeliers! Drama without sacrificing

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I'm such a fan of container gardening and these fun and clever containers naturally drew me in. Edible centerpieces are simple and budget-conscious ideas! Fun and interactive... these DIY container gardens would be perfect for a country wedding or for the eco-conscious couple! In addition to the lettuce, you could also have herbs {tea and culinary} growing and let guests spice up their own plate