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Hilarious wedding program.

Something Blue: a tiny charm, with the wedding date and initials engraved on it! Tie it with a ribbon on the bouquet, and after? Necklace.

This is awesome and if you put it in the same blue thread that you do the date on the underneath of the dress it'll be awesome and a great photo opportunity! --doing it!

can we please take a picture like this at the wedding of whoever gets married first?!

It's a long exposure shot with sparklers. All they had to do was stand there very still and someone else ran around them with a sparkler. It's like a fairy tale!

Throw sprinkles instead of rice! ♥

For the flower girl.. How adorable!

every girl deserves a picture like this ♥

Something Borrowed & Blue -- Patch of Dad's old shirt sewn into dress

This paper bouquet is just a taste of the handmade details you'll see in this pastel-pretty wedding. It's got TONS of DIY inspiration!

Year you were born, year you met, year you married, such a cute idea :)

WHY THE WEDDING RING IS WORN ON THE 4TH FINGER: The thumb represents your parents. The index finger represents your siblings. The middle finger represents yourself. The ring finger represents your life partner. The little finger/pinky represents your children. Hold your hands together like the picture. Join your middle fingers back-to-back, and the remaining fingers tip-to-tip. Now, try to separate your thumbs. They will separate because your parents are not destined to live with you forever. Rejoin your thumbs and separate your index fingers. They will separate because your siblings will have their own families and lead their own lives. Rejoin your index fingers and separate your little fingers/pinkies. They will separate because your children will grow up, get married, and settle down. Rejoin your little fingers/pinkies and try to separate your ring finger. They will not be able to separate because your life partner is meant to be with you throughout your entire life, through thick and thin.