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Rhode Island Wedding at the Waterman Grille from Jen Ing Photography

To be totally honest, I'm not usually one to be drawn to purple. Pink is just more my style. But after spending mere seconds with this Rhode Island wedding from Jen Ing Photography, I realized I might have been on the wrong team all along. Because if "team purple" looks anything like this elegant "I do," it's most definitely the side I...

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California Wedding from Tyler Branch Photo + Bride and Bloom

Southern flair and authentic Indian traditions in sunny California means candied pecans and saris all under that fabulous sunshine. Plus a stunning floral design from Bride and Bloom Wedding Flowers and breathtaking images from Tyler Branch Photo. That is this wedding. All of that and more. It's a gallery full of pinch-me-now moments, and...

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Austin Wedding at Palm Door by Thompson Poole Photography

Some people say "Keep Austin Weird," but in this case I would say "Keep Austin Beautiful" because that's what this wedding by Thompson Poole Photography is: beautiful. The personal touches to the day are as heartfelt and warm as the couple's love story and you simply cannot ask for more impeccable floral arrangements by Viridian Design Studio.  Read the full story...

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Boulder Wedding from Jason+Gina Wedding Photographers + Save The Date Events

Some like rustic weddings with vintage charm, some like chic soirees with a touch of the contemporary, but I'm fairly positive that ALL will love this fête with it's 1,000 origami cranes, the fabulous florals from Swank Stems, and it's gorgeous al fresco reception. With Save The Date Events behind the wheel and...

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Australia Engagement Session by White Wall Photography

I think this is an adorable idea for an engagement shoot or even a day-after or anniversary session.  The cute-as-can-be couple joined one of my favorite Aussie photographers, White Wall Photography, for a dreamy, picnic filled with items inspired by their heritage.  The sweet and playful picnic was styled with origami hearts, fortune cookies, and other delicious looking goodies.  I can't wait to see their wedding (hint...

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DIY Project: Origami Flowers

This next project isn't for the faint of heart...it's time consuming and detail driven, but if you have the patience, it's GORGEOUS. Love that the bride put so much TLC into her day. Materials 1.    Origami paper (6x6”) or medium-weight textured art paper (12x12” works best) -Origami paper available at Michael’s, AC Moore, or online at Paper-tree -Art paper available at Michael’s, AC Moore, or online at Scrapbook Paper or The Paper Mill Store 2.    Bamboo skewers or...

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Do-It-Yourself Wedding

Two of my absolute favorite DIY entries were the origami branches and the origami bouquets...what innovation! I honestly haven't ever seen a full set of wedding florals done this way, so of course, I was more than intrigued. And lucky for us, the oh-so-talented designer has offered up a few more of her wedding details for us to devour! All DIY...

Can you believe that all of this was handmade? From the ring pillow, to the cupcakes, to the GOWN. All of this was made with...

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Do-It-Yourself Wedding Projects

These drop dead gorgeous wedding invitations were created totally custom to reflected the couple's style and the feel of the wedding (which is actually just a few days after New Year’s!)... To Make These Invitations... Supplies bought at Archiver’s, The Photo Memory Store, Donahue Paper Emporium, Michael's Supplies Used: Curious Metallic Paper in Galvanized Neenah Paper in Red Linen, White Linen, Black Linen Wonder Tape Tombo Mono Adhesive Epson Stylus Photo 1400 Fiskars...

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Do-It-Yourself Wedding Projects

I haven't ever seen anything like this next entry...origami branches, used as a colorful touch to an elegant wedding. I can't believe how beautiful they are...

Instructions on Making Origami Branches...

I made these flowering branches by attaching small origami lilies (folded from 75 mm paper) to branches with thin silver wire. After making all of the flowers, cut 3-4" lengths of silver wire and form a small loop at the end of each piece of wire. Then poke a...

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