Throw in varied shapes and sizes of tables, different mis-match chairs to create a stylish, vintage feel. Ditch the assigned seating and placecards, creating more freedom to move around, like a lounge atmosphere.
Combination of breakfast and lunch items are much less expensive than dinner meals. Bring on the mini french toast, ambrosia salad and mimosas!
You don't need another cheese grater; ask guests to make a donation in your name to your favorite charity.
Rent a house or mansion so you can truly take your time to celebrate with your guests and not feel so rushed.
The key is to keep things unpredictable; the first dance doesn't have to be after dinner. Create your own sequence of events!
There's nothing more special than handmade elements weaved into the details of your wedding. How about a DIY wedding quilt? Ask friends and family to send scraps of meaningful fabric and perhaps include it in your wedding ceremony to symbolize unity.
Vintage, simple, elegant. Recycle mom's old wedding gown or incorporate your grandparent's photos into the decor.
A trend i'm NOT particularly a fan of! Pictured below is a ball gown by Priscilla of Boston, "Lindsey" of the Vineyard Collection. Gorgeous bodice but the pockets kill it for me.
What do you think?