Being invited to a wedding is a beautiful gesture. It means the bride and groom consider you to be an influential piece of their lives and want to include you, amongst other close friends and family, in their special day. Weddings go by quickly, and while pictures are a must – another way to capture mementos of love from guests is through the use of a guestbook. There are some out-of-the-box ideas on how to create something more dynamic than a book of guest names.
As preparations for Christmas at the end of this week have commenced, there are a few ways to add easy, yet eye-catching touches to a holiday table. Christmas floral décor utilizing other aspects of design is a way to create an ordinary centerpiece table into an extraordinary conversation piece.
Understanding some of the different types of event lighting that are utilized for an event is important. Event lighting helps achieve an overall mood and feel.
Let the gift of flowers shine! The Festival of Lights is a holiday of rejoicing for the Jewish community. It is a celebration of miracles, faith, and the beauty of belief.
2015 has been a big year for the growing rustic-chic trend. This laid back style is perfectly suited for wildflower wedding florals. This includes bouquets, table runners, as well as the ceremony and reception pieces. It is fairly easy to create a number of different looks with wildflowers that will fit any venue- whether your big day will take place in a barn or a banquet hall.
“Maintaining a connection to nature, either through the presence of indoor plants or artwork depicting the natural environment, has been shown to decrease stress levels and stimulate healing. Newly published research suggests it may also make us better people.”
– An excerpt from Immersion In Nature Makes Us Nicer – Pacific Standard Magazine
Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life. You want to make sure that everyone is included, remembered, and feels special. But what do you do if someone you love has passed on? How do you remember them at your wedding? They were an extremely special person in your life, and you wish they could be there for your big day. Whether it is to honor a grandparent, parent, aunt, uncle, sibling, or friend: there are several ways to pay tribute to the memory of a special someone on your special day.