21 Cool Ideas To Use A Canoe At Your Rustic Wedding

21 Cool Ideas To Use A Canoe At Your Rustic Wedding
When it comes to wedding décor, there are basically no strict rules. In styled shoots we share with you on our blog we often see lots of unexpected details that somehow blend in oh-so-great with the rest of the décor. For example, a canoe is usually a boat people use for little cruises on the... 
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Fun DIY Flower Balloon For Your Wedding Decor

Fun DIY Flower Balloon For Your Wedding Decor
If you think that simple flower wedding décor is way too boring, add some balloons for extra fun! These ones look so cute, they’d be a perfect adornment for any wedding related party from a bridal shower to rehearsal dinner. They’re beyond easy to make, using just these supplies: Balloon Time Helium Tank, scissors, 11”... 
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Lovely DIY Spring Flower Garland To Make

Lovely DIY Spring Flower Garland To Make
Whether for a bridal shower, rehearsal dinner or your big day this blooming spring flower garland is the sweetest backdrop possible. It easily freshens up the space, making it look much more organic and unique. It’ll take like a few minutes to make with these supplies: jute twine, washi tape, seasonal spring flowers like peonies... 
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Whimsical Urban Garden Wedding Shoot

Whimsical Urban Garden Wedding Shoot
Mixing industrial space with fresh greenery décor installations is a win-win idea – today’s shoot from Emily Sacco Photography proves. Together with Revel+Bloom and Sweet Pea Flowers they’ve created a beautiful contrast between the edgy space and lush botanicals for the shoot that is called “Urban Garden Party”. It’s probably one of the most inventive,... 
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Graceful DIY Papel Picado Wedding Backdrop

Graceful DIY Papel Picado Wedding Backdrop
Looking for some original and interesting backdrop ideas for your wedding ceremony or photo shoot? So we have one! You’ll need Fiskars AdvantEdge Punch System Starter Set, Fiskars Original Orange-Handled Scissors and butcher paper. First you need to cut a piece of butcher paper at the length you need your backdrop to be plus 3″... 
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