Photo: Vicki Grafton Photography
Introducing WeddingWire’s Spring 2015 e-magazine, hot off the (e-)presses and brimming with expert advice, fresh ideas, and pretty inspiration you won’t want to miss. Flip through four stunning real weddings, including cover couple Ifraj and Alfred‘s sophisticated DC museum soiree and Kelsey and Noah’s celebration against a cherry blossom backdrop. Read up on tips for creating your wedding day timeline, sticking to your budget, and determining which registry type suits you best. Take a peek at some of the country’s most scenic venues, get insight on the anatomy of a wedding bouquet, and get crafty with 17 clever ways to dress up a favor box. Plus, be sure to check out our bridesmaid guide, which covers everything from bachelorettes to thank-you gifts and lots more. Happy reading!
Categories: Decor, Etiquette + Advice, Fresh Ideas, Ideas + Trends
Tags: Spring Wedding Planning, Spring Weddings, SpringBook, SpringBook 2015, Vicki Grafton Photography, wedding advice, wedding inspiration, Wedding Planning, weddings, WeddingWire E-Magazines, WedingWire SpringBook 2015
Photo by Keepsake Memories Photography
Calla lilies are a popular wedding flower for fall and winter weddings, and for good reason. These flowers come in a variety of colors (including deep, almost-black burgundy, orange, lavender, and – our favorite – cream with a purple center), and create a chic and elegant look. From bouquets to centerpieces to boutonnieres, calla lilies can be used in a variety of arrangements throughout your wedding day. Check out these 20 pretty designs featuring calla lilies in our gallery here.
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So obviously Valentine’s Day just passed, and I’m so happy to report that it was my last one as a single lady! Apple Sauce and I kept it low-key with a romantic meal at home and a bottle of prosecco; but don’t worry, we’ll pull out all the stops on the honeymoon 😉
Anyway, with all the adorable paper crafts and red hearts hanging in every shop window, I was really inspired to do a Valentine’s Day-themed inspiration board. There is just something so romantic and timeless about soft, red hearts. Hope you enjoy!
I’m finding that I’m in the part of my planning process that requires real, concrete decisions. Inspirations that can be turned into a reality. A vision, for lack of a better word, of the wedding. So I headed on over to the Mosaic Maker and uploaded my favorite images from my inspiration file. And here’s what the result was: