Pinterest Pins Of The Week
Flower guide: Ah, yes Springtime is here! The flowers are in bloom! Well, if you live in the Midwest, not quite, but we can still dream right? For all of the Spring Brides, however, fear not. The idea that every flower, bloom, bud, and berry is at perfect peak is a silly thought since throughout the year, different florals and botanicals are blooming and are at their peak in different seasons. The key to fabulous flowers for any season is ALWAYS sticking to what is in season. Certainly you can have expensive Tahitian orchids flown in from, you guessed it, Tahiti whenever you want, but the idea of using fresh, seasonal foliage is the perfect way to maximize your flower budget! And as for those brides who simply don’t think that flowers are in their overall budget? Keep this pin for reference in your wedding folder and compare your season to the price per bloom… you may just be pleasantly surprised!
Young at Heart: Involving the most people possible when it comes to you wedding is always a good idea. It makes them feel welcome and important and obviously invested in the big event. We have seen lots and lots of super cute flower girls and ring bearers and inevitably they end up stealing the show. We’ve also seen Uncles, Aunts, and other adult wedding guests filling the role despite their age. We love the idea of having the Grandmas spread flowers and of course make everyone smile before the big entrance. It really sets a tone of family, fun and letting everyone enjoy the day and have their special moment.
Photo by Geneieve Leiper
DIY bar stations: This one is perfect for wedding day and beyond. Today, there is just about every DIY for every type of wedding. A DIY bar for a small wedding, engagement party or bridal brunch is a great way to show off your excellent food styling skills, but also budget friendly and very modern. For this fiesta theme pin, we love the pre- mixed margs is chic glasses resting in large glass champagne buckets. You can make custom labels that go with the rest of your motif and simply replace the container when the stock gets low. This allows guests to serve themselves and affords the host the opportunity to enjoy themselves and not hand shake 100 margaritas all night. Genius!