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May
22
2015
by Kelly Curtis

When planning your wedding, it's important to look at all colors. What goes well with colors and what goes with the season are both questions to think about. Have you thought about blue? This color is beautiful and comes in many shades. You can easily incorporate this color into your wedding throughout the year and compliments many other colors. This week's Inspirational Friday brings several photos that captures the beauty of blue.

There are so many different shades of blue to choose. From lights to darks, there's a wide variety. You can also pair it with lighter shades, darker colors, brights and pastels. Also, it can easily be incorporated into every aspect of your wedding without feeling overwhelming. How will you use blue in your wedding? Share pictures with us at social@weddingandpartynetwork.com

Planning for your fall wedding? Need help with choosing your colors? This week's Trending Tuesday will focus on what's trending in fall colors for 2015.

May
05
2015
by Kelly Curtis

 

This may sound a little odd but it truly adds something unique to your wedding decor. You can use them to display food, as centerpieces, vases, table accents or even in your floral arrangements. Pineapples add such an interesting layer to your tables or even centerpieces. They're something unexpected. Don't just limit yourself to these at your wedding. They also make a fun accent at any type of shower or party. Planning on incorporating pineapples into your event? Share your picture with us at social@weddingandpartynetwork.com

May
01
2015
by Kelly Curtis

Summer is just around the corner and we're bringing the latest color trends in this Inspirational Friday. We love seeing the variety of pastels, neutrals and pops of colors. Really, anything goes in the summer.

Don't forget, that your wedding colors help set the tone of your entire wedding. They are seen throughout your wedding, such as your wedding flowers, decor and attire. So, choose a palette that will work for you, your location and style. Don't forget to send us your photos at social@weddingandpartynetwork.com. We would love to feature your wedding.

Planning your wedding unity ceremony but want something that's different? This week's Trending Tuesday will focus on a few alternatives for your unity ceremony.

  1. Love Letter Ceremony – The bride and groom both write love letters to each other. The letters are sealed at the wedding ceremony and placed in a box to be opened on a specific anniversary date.
  2. Create a Time Capsule – With this ceremony, you place well wishes from guests and other sentimental items into this box that again is opened on a specific date.
  3. Branding Ceremony – This is a unique idea. Create your own personal brand and brand it onto something like a creative board. You can easily display this item in your home.
  4. Reverse Candle Unity Ceremony – The bride and groom light the two main candles. Then you pass the flame down to the bridesmaids and groomsmen who then light your guests' candles. Each guest gets a candle to light of their own. This ceremony is truly special as it includes everyone who is with you on your special day.

These unity ceremony alternatives all sound wonderful and meaningful. Choose which one best suits your personality and style. We'd also love to hear about your unity ceremony so send them to us at social @weddingandpartynetwork.com.

Apr
21
2015
by Kelly Curtis

So many times you see favors left behind on tables. Why is this? It's because the guest have no use for them or they think they'll never use it again so it gets left behind. What favors do you give then? One of the most popular ones that guests love are the ones that include food. How can you be different? Get your grandmother's recipe for jam or your mom's famous cookie recipe to gift. This is a more personal favor and guests won't mind having some delicious food to take home either.

Apr
17
2015
by Kelly Curtis

Need inspiration for your wedding boutonnieres? This week's Inspirational Friday focuses on just that. We are loving the latest trends and know you will find the perfect one for your wedding.

These styles are all so great. We love the variety of colors and styles chosen. They all match what the groom is wearing perfectly as well. There are a variety of styles to choose from. Rustic, elegant, contemporary or vintage are all types of styles you can go with. Go with what you're wanting but don't forget to ask for the groom's input. They'll be wearing it. Also, don't forget to talk with your florist, they'll have many wonderful ideas that you might not have thought of.

Apr
14
2015
by Kelly Curtis

Farm to table is a huge trend that we're seeing among weddings and events lately. Not only are you getting the freshest vegetables and fruits, but you're also helping out your local vendors. Your wedding will also have a bit of a personalization to it as your food came from where you live. This means, giving your guests a little taste of where you're from.

Apr
03
2015
by Kelly Curtis

Spring time is here and it's time to find inspiration for your spring centerpieces. It's time to bring out the pastels and spring flowers for your wedding or event. For this Inspirational Friday, it's all about beautiful centerpieces that are perfect for your wedding, party or special event.

Anything goes for spring. You can feature elaborate centerpieces or stick with a simple design. It's completely up to you and the theme of your party. Talk with your florist about what's in style and the theme of your event. They'll have great ideas to help you out.

Mar
31
2015
by Kelly Curtis

When planning the food for your wedding reception, think family style. Serving comfort food family style around the tables are trending in a big way for weddings this year. Why is this trending? It shows that you think of your guests as family and it's truly laid back and comfort at it's finest at your wedding.

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