Hi, loves! Emma here and we’re talking about where to buy wood charger plates. I know, quite specific, aren’t we? We received this question from Stephanie who wanted to know where to get charger plates for her upcoming rustic wedding next summer. She writes,
Ok, if you’ve ever wondered how to StitchFix, listen up! As a person who has gotten my share of ‘fixes’, I’m going to share the seven things I learned while trying the home delivery clothing service. If you’re slightly curious about how StitchFix works, get ready for everything you need to know (+ didn’t even think of) in today’s post. Enjoy!
Hi loves! Emma here. If you’ve been to many weddings or showers as I have, you may be wondering… are there any cool gift ideas out there? I do love shopping from a good registry, and man-oh-man I love me some Bed Bath & Beyond wandering-with-coffee-in-hand. But sometimes there’s a couples gift so amazing you can’t help but balk tradition and go outside the list. This custom couple illustration is definitely one of those times and your gift recipient won’t own anything like it. That’s why it makes such a great gift for weddings, bridal showers, anniversaries, and even Christmas! You’ll probably like this print so much, you’ll want to add it to your universal registry or even order the version made for wedding invitations. Intrigued? Read on for more!
There’s a problem with tossing petals down the aisle and we’re here to show you the solution: the flower girl wand. Bur first, let me explain. The flower girl typically tosses petals down the aisle ahead of the bride at the ceremony. It’s cute, it looks pretty, and that’s her number one job. Easy, right? Well, it was all unicorns and sunshine until wedding venues began prohibiting it, for a multitude of reasons.
Rose petals, particularly the real kind, are most often selected for tossing because they look best and smell incredible; faux petals are great, too, and they’re super cheap. But what has happened in the past few years is, churches and other places of worship have figured out that couples aren’t cleaning up up after these petals. And when there are multiple weddings occurring in the same space following your ceremony, it can be a pain for venue staff to clean up since they have more important jobs to do (and only a short amount of time to do them).
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At your reception, centerpieces will be one of the focal points your guests will see first. Flowers or candles can make a centerpiece extraordinary with the help of the right vase or container. Typically, when selecting vases for wedding centerpieces, consider your wedding theme and what filler you plan to use. Are you dreaming of a modern candlelit centerpiece? Do you prefer a romantic and lush floral centerpiece? In today’s post, we’ll show you seven ideas to inspire you to create your own wedding centerpieces, all with links to the vases you can buy online and put together at home.
Once you finish looking over the list, let us know: which vases or containers do you like best? Tell us in the comment box. Enjoy!