Turn balloons from childrens' party essentials to wedding-worthy accents! Instead of the regular-sized ones, consider big, circular ones for a more grown up appeal. Ombre tassels pretty the look up.
These intricately patterned napkins do more than just dress up your place setting - string them up and they make for fabulous ceiling decor too!
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You'll look enchanting gliding up the aisle under these captivating twinkling lights.
Rich purple blooms lend decadence. Crystal add extra sparkle.
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Colourful lanterns bring festive cheer to this garden-inspired luncheon. What we really love? The whimsical umbrellas and waterign cans suspended above the tables.
Your first dance will feel all the more magical under the night sky, and glowing lanterns interpersed with fairy lights.
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Think lightbulbs deocr and a gritty industrial feel comes to mind. Who knew they could look so pretty? Go for lightbulbs with screw threads in white rather than black for a feminine, charming vibe.
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Planning and design: @lauriearons
An eclectic mix of glass terrariums, bird cages and lush foliage give a mysterious, enchanting secret garden feel.
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Photography: @jessicaclaire Planner: @detailsmichelle Specialty rentals: @revelryeventdesign
Illumination: @gblighting Rentals: @palacepartyrental
Stefy Kronemeyer & Michael Prentiss tied the knot with an alfresco setting with a canopy of star-shaped lanterns and illuminated candles.
Planning: Easton Events
Photography: Eric Kelly
This image was published in Female Brides Lookbook Issue 13.