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Wedding Ideas

Wedding Ideas

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Simple, short video clip recognizing a form of bullying for young students - Recommended by Charlotte's Clips

Cute idea for your little ring bearer

For the flower girl...I almost teared up

Dogwood Cake


Gift For Mother In Law... Love this

9 Totally Free Caligraphy Fonts

Christina Perri - A Thousand Years (Piano/Cello Cover) - Would be beautiful to replace the traditional wedding march.

The bride had her married name sewn in under her dress as her something blue.

Cute wedding favor idea: Watch our love grow flower seeds. Love this!

Love these!!

Gracious bride & groom :)

Jillian Michael's Recipe for Losing 5 Pounds in 7 Days

vests and no coats, and her dress (:

pretty flowers and sweet color scheme

blue and old: brides initials embroidered in burlap sash - carry your old monogram one last time!

VINTAGE Salmon & White Photo Thank You Post Card by PipPipHoorayWedding

Letterpress Wedding Calligraphy #letterpress #calligraphy

Wedding invitations

Neon Hand Lettered Wedding Invitations by Ladyfingers Letterpress

Makeup Forever HD powder- seriously THE most Uuuhhhh-MAY-ZiNg finishing powder- a life changing product!!!

This is what the Disney Princesses use to set their makeup after applying. Even if you sweat, hug, or rub, your makeup will stay in place and your face won't be shiny. You can't see or feel it either once it's dried, but this stuff is legit!

20 Details Every Bride Forgets... Hanger for dress, reserved seating, pack phone charger, pack wedding night bag, change last name, bring cash for tips, get a passport, write thank-you speech, assign someone to gifts, arrange transportation, someone to hold onto your dress, an emergency day-of kit, eat dinner + cake, feed bridal party morning of, "just married" sign, give gifts to bridal party, bring cake cutter, something old/new/borrowed/blue, an itinerary, enjoy the day!

Our bridesmaids and flower girls were given two criteria when searching for their
 attire: 1) choose a dress that they absolutely loved and would wear again, and 2) choose a color in the blush-tone, neutral color family. It couldn’t have been more perfect! Our groomsmen wore gray vests and slacks, paired with a crisp white shirt. We loved how everything came together to create a unique, mismatched collection of textures and colors.