There are so many easy ways to “veganize” your nuptials—whether you want an intimate indie love fest or a royal-level extravaganza, planning a vegan wedding has never been so fun and easy.
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When you are having an outdoor wedding, the traditional unity candle ceremony is just not an option (need we say it…wind). So many of our brides begin the search for unity candle alternatives. Even our indoor brides are looking for a unity ceremony with a little twist. We’ve put together 11 of our favorite wedding unity ceremony ideas, and we must say, we think you will have a hard time deciding. They are all pretty great.
Here is more: http://blog.myweddingreceptionideas.com/2014/12/11-wedding-unity-ceremony-ideas.html
In the world of wedding trends, things are constantly changing, evolving and starting anew. Want to stay on the pulse of what’s new? Curious what not-to-do for next year’s weddings? We chatted with celebrity wedding planner extraordinaire David Tutera to uncover what he’d love to see change in the world of weddings, as well as his recommended trends for 2017 brides.
Ditch The After-Party
While you might be bummed to hear this at first, Tutera really believes guests should stay put, and you can bring the “after-party” to the party. “I want guests to stay in one location, and keep the energy escalating and flowing,” he explains. The wedding is the main event, so why risk losing the party vibes with a venue change? Tutera suggests couples can, “create movement and energy in one environment with lighting, entertainment, opening up a different bar or dessert station, etc.” We love this idea — the more “wedding time” the better!
You can read more here: http://www.brides.com/blogs/aisle-say/2016/09/2017-wedding-trend-predictions.html
The date you choose for your wedding can be really important for its success – so it is much better to be fully prepared and to plan your wedding date with great attention to detail, rather than wake up with not enough guests at your Big Day.
Read more: http://theashleycastle.com/wedding-dates-to-avoid-in-2016-and-2017/
You’re a planning bride: You’re constantly looking at top wedding blogs, pinning has become your second job, and your wedding coordinator is on speed dial (or, if you don’t have one, then you feel like you’re ready to become one). But you can never fully anticipate the wedding day until (gulp) it’s finally here.
To read the info: http://bridalguide.com/planning/wedding-tips-from-real-brides#138248