From Our Brides: 10 Pieces of Advice to Consider When Planning Your Wedding

This week we asked our brides to weigh in on our Facebook page.

We’ve chosen our top ten favorite, most valuable pieces of advice, as told by you, to consider when planning your wedding.

1)Make a list of everything you need to do and group them into what you have to do each month before your wedding. Use a couple of lists from different websites, then organize it in a way that works for you. Then only focus on what you have to do that month. Have a smaller list to focus on will help reduce the stress of everything you have to do.” — Sara Butkus

We have helped break down the average 12 month planning journey. If you have ever wondered when you need to buy what, we have a helpful list to ensure you stay on track. View our Buying Guide here.

2) “Dress, shoe shopping, hair and makeup pick yourself by yourself. It becomes a game of opinions and you may not end up with the results you want. — Shylah Karuks

When considering these details, it is a good idea to look at many different styles. Remember to keep an open mind because you just might surprise yourself! We have some great ideas on our Pinterest board if you are looking for somewhere to begin.

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3) “Planning a wedding is stressful enough. Your girls are there to support you and help you keep everything in check so you have less to worry about. Delegate duties to your bridesmaids and anyone else willing to help your plans and you. Stick to your plans and your choices. This is you and your future husband’s day and No one else’s.– Tricia Ann Chubb

If you are having a hard time asking for help, try to ask yourself “why?” You might be nervous about losing control of your vision or maybe you are afraid to bother anyone. It is important to remember that your bridesmaids and family care about you a lot and want to help make your day a success. Try starting with something small. You might find that planning gets easier with extra sets of hands.

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4) “Get a binder and make a list of what you need to get and mark it off once it is done. Keep guest lists and anything you are needing for the wedding all together in one binder. It is helping me A LOT. — Jess Woodward

It is important to pick a system that works best for you. Spreadsheets, lists, wedding apps and binders can be great assets to your planning. Find a way to keep everything together and you will be on your way to a smooth engagement.

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5) “I have defiantly learned a lot planning our wedding but I wish earlier on I knew about hidden prices in venues. I almost got ripped off at our first choice because they didn’t want to tell us until they signed until I requested I knew all before signing. We found a venue with all the fees laid flat out beforehand. Be careful of any hidden fees or extra costs from venues and even vendors. It’s defiantly helped me keep a eye out when picking things now. — Desiree Diamond

Don’t be afraid to ask lots of questions. Wedding vendors are experts in their field and have a lot of helpful information. The more you know, the more prepared you will be.

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6) I wish I knew how many little details went into planning and how much every little thing costs. You put wedding in front of anything and the cost doubles!! Advice: really do your research before you do ANYTHING. get prices. And certain themes cost more. Pick a theme that will go with your budget. I never knew this!! Good luck to future planners. — Taya Gorissen

Creating your wedding budget can be tricky business. That is why we have put together the Weddingstar-Budget-Planning-Document. Just place a few details in the cells and watch as it automatically gives you a guideline for your spending!

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7) Remember to breath, enjoy planning your wedding. Once your wedding day arrives, it is over in a flash with barely enough time for you to realize what has happened! Also, make a conscious effort to walk around to every table at the reception and thank everyone for making it to your big day – it goes a long way. — Valerie Richards

We really cannot stress enough how much organization helps. Try to do as much as you can in advance so that little things don’t creep up on you at the end. It will help your stress level stay low and keep things running smoothly.

8) When you think you’ve found the dress, sleep on it! You might realize the next day that you were so fixated on one part of the dress that you realized you didn’t like another part. — Lauren Connors

This tip is very useful in other areas as well. When it comes to the big decisions like color palette and theme, take a few days or even a couple of weeks before making your final decision. If it is still perfect for your day, then you will know it is the right decision.

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9) Make sure you put personal touches on your wedding! A “pinterest-perfect wedding” can be beautiful, but don’t forget to add some details that are uniquely you! It will set your wedding apart from the rest and make it really memorable for you and your guests.” — Jade Demers

Don’t be afraid to break tradition or bend the rules a little. If something isn’t your style, then make a few adjustments along the way. You and your husband are unique as a couple and your wedding is a wonderful chance to celebrate that.

10) Postage is expensive! Remember that! lol — Tanya O’Connor

Make sure to check the price of stamps beforehand. Visit your postal service’s website or even take an invitation to the post office. They will be able to weigh and measure it to tell you exactly what it will cost. It is always a good idea to try and avoid any surprises with your wedding budget.

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Product Spotlight: Inspired by Love

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Happy February Everyone! The month of love is upon us and so it will likely come as no surprise that we’re feeling a bit romantic this Monday morning. And with the countdown to Valentine’s Day officially underway, our money is on us not being the only one’s drawing hearts everywhere. As one of the most popular days of the year to get engaged and with this year’s holiday falling on a Saturday, we have no doubt that celebrations of devotion will be a plenty come February 14th. For our part in the festivities we’ll be spending the time leading up to the big day sharing romance infused ideas and inspiration, starting with today’s inspired by love product spotlight which will appropriately have you seeing hearts.

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heartfelt trims
featured here: grey wooden stake with heart cutout

birch paper straws

small signs of love 
featured here: birch print paper straws

blown glass hearts

love is in the air
featured here: white blown glass hanging hearts

heart plate

delicious love
featured here: heart shaped plates

heart bubble wand

share the love
featured here: heart shaped celebrations bubbles

wood veneer sign

heart marks the spot
featured here: personalized wood veneer sign

reception pen

put it in writing
featured here: raised heart silver plated pen set

Let the Love Fest Continue!

Come see and shop the full collection of love inspired products on weddingstar.com.

xoxo.

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5 Tips for an Unforgettable Beach Ceremony

Happy Friday Lovelies! And boy is it a happy Friday indeed. Not only is Emma Arendoski of Emmaline Bride back with us to share her tips for an unforgettable beach ceremony, but today is the first day to enter for your chance to win a copy of her brand new book, The Inspired Wedding. It is jam-packed with great ideas and gorgeous photography for seven popular wedding themes including vintage, rustic, beach, bohemian, free spirit, urban chic and traditional. You can enter the giveaway at the end of this post but first, here’s a sneak peak…

The Inspired Wedding by Emma Arendoski of Emmaline Bride

The Inspired Wedding by Emma Arendoski of Emmaline Bride

The Inspired Wedding by Emma Arendoski of Emmaline Bride

Last week, I presented some beach-themed wedding stationery ideas for your big day, and I’m back now to share with you some inspiration for an unforgettable wedding ceremony at the beach. The beach is such a romantic setting; its gently rolling waves, serene blue sky, and plenty of sunshine are the perfect backdrop for a day you’ll want to remember for the rest of your lives. But, when you’re planning a beach wedding ceremony, there are always some tips and tricks to consider. Here are five of my favorites to keep in mind.

1. Thoughtful Extras for You and Your Guests

Protect your guests and yourself by providing a few simple comfort items that both of you will appreciate. If the day is hot and sunny, walk down the aisle with a lightweight paper parasol and give your guests the same sun protection. Consider a basket of flip-flops in assorted sizes for guests to wear as they cross the sand. If there won’t be a boardwalk on your aisle, and you really want to wear high heels, think about having a burlap aisle runner to provide some stability — or you could wear a fabulous pair of sandals. A basket of sunglasses, bug repellent, and even shawls are a nice touch if there’s a chill in the air.

2. Accessorize, Accessorize!

The attire, colors, stationery design, setting, and décor all contribute to the overall look and feel of your wedding, especially when it comes to the ceremony. There are many ways to tie in beach-centric details wherever you can. Let’s begin with the ring pillow and flower girl basket. The offerings shown can be used by the smallest members of your wedding party: the flower girl and the ring bearer, as they make their way down the aisle. Aisle décor can include a decorative arbor or arch to define the ceremony area. Bunches of beach grass can be artfully tied with seashells and hung from the chairs that line the aisle, or have a one-of-a-kind aisle runner designed, like this one by Weddingstar. I especially like the tagline: “Love as deep as the ocean.” It’s proof that even indoor beach-themed weddings can exude a tranquil seaside mood.

3. A Unity Ceremony — With Sand!

Another fun idea is to include a unity ceremony. A fairly recent addition to the wedding repetoire, the unity ceremony traditionally uses candles, but what could be more perfect for the beach wedding theme than using sand? This new custom is a ceremonial joining together of two as they become one when two vessels of sand are united in one vase. And, you can even choose sand in colors that match your wedding color scheme.

Sand ceremonies make a great keepsake that you can cherish for years to come, and there are many unique designs to choose from. Weddingstar recently released an acrylic version where you can add special mementos from your wedding such as your menu, program or special poem and a picture.

4. Hand Fans for Guests

Even if you provide a shaded area for guests to sit during the ceremony, a hand-held fan is still a terrific idea. Weddingstar has a variety to choose from, and you can personalize each and every one.

5. Weather Woes

You can’t stop a storm, but you can be prepared in case your bright, sunny day takes a left turn and leaves you with rain and high winds. When planning your outdoor wedding, always have a contingency plan that includes adequate cover such as a rental tent. Or take it a step further, and note on your wedding invitation an “in case of bad weather” option. Include the address and location. As the date draws near, keep an eye on the weather report — it just may end up being your “perfect day.”

For more beach wedding ideas, be sure to pick up a copy of my new book The Inspired Wedding. I’ll be back next week here at Weddingstar to discuss your beach reception, so don’t miss it. And don’t forget to enter the giveaway below! The contest will close at 11:59pm on Sunday, February 1st so be sure to check back on Monday, February 2nd when we announce the lucky winner!

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2015 Weddingstar Magazine – The Reveal

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We’ve shared the sneak peeks (if you missed them click here, here and here) and now it’s finally time to officially launch the latest issue of Weddingstar magazine. Like no other bridal print publication, Weddingstar magazine provides you with 160 pages of inspiring, informative and most importantly shoppable wedding details. With page after page of uninterrupted eye candy, not a single ad along the way, the ideas are plenty and your opportunity to recreate what you see is just an online shopping experience away. From full feature inspiration shoots, to guides that act as your personal shopper, there’s not a single spread you’ll want to skip. But don’t take my word for it. Here’s your first look at exactly what you can expect to find in this latest issue.

The Big Picture

From Ceremony to Head Table, full feature inspirational editorials take you behind the details of the hottest wedding themes for 2015. Along side all the pretty pictures come comprehensive style guides, breaking down all the design essentials you need to recreate the look. Mix and match as you explore the various themes, or go with exactly what you see in any single one, either way you’re guaranteed a gorgeous wedding.

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The Must Haves

New to this year’s publication are editorials featuring all the must have products for the coming wedding season. Fresh ideas for all aspects of your wedding day design, your guests, and you pop off the page ready for the taking.

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Down in the Details

Showcased throughout the magazine you’ll find creative breakouts, teaching you the secrets behind styling your day like a pro. Say goodbye to all the guess work and hello to easy creative fun.

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Your Personal Shopper

To make sure you don’t miss a beat, each wedding theme featured within the 2015 magazine comes complete with a shopping guide, calling out every single wedding day accessory behind the look and available for purchase.

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And That’s Just Grazing the Surface

Discover the rest by picking up your issue here or look for it on all major newsstands, including Chapters / Indigo, Target and Walmart.

xoxo.

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Product Spotlight: Best Dressed Favors

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We’ve waited for what seems like forever, but the day has finally come. Today marks the official launch of Weddingstar’s new 2015 product line up, and with it loads of fresh eye candy! 100s of the hottest trending wedding day details have now gone live on weddingstar.com and in just days the 2015 edition of the inspiration filled print magazine will begin to pop up on newsstands across North America. To kick off the sharing of all that awaits Weddingstar brides in the year ahead, our first post featuring the latest and greatest not only showcases some fab new products, it also provides an exclusive look into one of the many editorials you can expect to find in the new issue of Weddingstar magazine. So without further delay, here’s a look at the 15 Best Dressed Wedding Favors for 2015, complete with a shoppable breakdown of everything you need to make the looks yours.

#15. Uncorked

Modern, sleek and smart. We love it when style and functionality come together, just like with this wine bottle shaped corkscrew opener.

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To Get This Look You’ll Need:

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#14. Always Fresh

C’est Chic! Bring a sophisticated twist to an eco inspired succulent giveaway by presenting it in a mini high top pot.

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To Get This Look You’ll Need:

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#13. From the Heart

Sincere and sweet, this pretty mini blown glass heart vase is an ideal fit for the modern day romantic.

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To Get This Look You’ll Need:

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#12. The Right Type

This one is all about the details. From the authentic looking old-fashioned typewriter key magnets to the unique ribbon cartridge packaging, these minis are sure to impress.

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To Get This Look You’ll Need:

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#11. Treasure Trove

Inspired by the carefree essence of a beach wedding, these carefully crafted tiny treasures are a clever accent and gift for any seaside themed affair.

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To Get This Look You’ll Need:

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#10. Bottled Brews

Homespun charm, bottled. Literally. Add these crafty trims, including a vintage key bottle opener, to any bottled beverage for your own personalized take on a refreshing treat.

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To Get This Look You’ll Need:

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#9. A Touch of Lace

Packaging perfection. A traditional guest favor treat gets a major face lift with one of the prettiest packages around, a lovely lace and burlap baggie.

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To Get This Look You’ll Need:

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#8. Well Noted

Unplug and bring it back to basics, the good old pencil and paper kind, with these rustic bundled beauties.

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To Get This Look You’ll Need:

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#7. Bear Hug

Just add rosemary. Or thyme. Or whatever other herb you like. The rest of this charming woodland inspired culinary accessory is made ready to order.

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To Get This Look You’ll Need:

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#6. Mix it Up

For a sweet summertime treat, give your guests a thirst quenching individual sized lemonade kit, tucked away in an adorable doily trimmed mini picnic basket, obviously! 

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To Get This Look You’ll Need:

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#5. Diner Style

The perfect mismatch. Go retro with these double duty pressed glass mini salt & pepper vase stationery holders, which are sold in a set of four varied vintage designs.

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To Get This Look You’ll Need:

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#4. True North

Inspire the wanderer in all your guests while showing them to their spot at your event with this travel essential.

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To Get This Look You’ll Need:

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#3. Coaster Chic

Creating your own personalized gift is a lot easier an undertaking (and less expensive) than it may seem with the blank slate provided by the main element in this favor equation.  Take a set of cork coasters, add your mark and your trims, bundle and you’re done.

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To Get This Look You’ll Need:

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#2. You’ve Got Mail

By way of the cheeky and fun. Is there a better way to delivery a homemade sweet treat and a note of thanks?

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To Get This Look You’ll Need:

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#1. Foreign Flavor

Treat them to something exotic you’ve collected along your adventures, presented in the most fitting of favor boxes, sold complete with travel trims. Add personalized stickers and tags to seal the deal.

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To Get This Look You’ll Need:

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Want More Inspired Wedding Ideas?

If you love what you see here look out for the release of the 2015 issue of Weddingstar magazine, hitting North American newsstands over the next few weeks, or pick up your copy here now. 

xoxo.

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This Week On The Details Blog

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The 2015 new product launch is just a day away! And we’re all busy preparing for the big event. Come back and join us tomorrow when we kick off the sharing of our latest and greatest with the release of the Best Dressed Favors for the upcoming wedding season, followed by back to back DIYs on Wednesday and Friday.

xoxo.

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DIY Wedding Wednesday: Bits of Boho – Painted Place Card Holders

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It never ceases to amaze me how far a little paint can go in the transformation of whatever it’s applied to. With the infusion of a bit of strategically selected color, and with some creative application, countless design specific details are possible. Today we’re using it and some stencils to apply a touch of the hottest trending wedding theme, Boho, to some organically appropriate place cards holders. From turquoise feathers to blush pink arrows, rocks never looked so good! Here’s how to add bits of the Boho design to your wedding day.

The Supplies

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  • natural rock place card holders 
  • autumn leaf design place cards 
  • multi surface acrylic paint in choice colors – we used the Craft Smart brand in Blush Pink, Native Turquoise and Deep Peach
  • paintbrushes – one small flat headed brush for use with stencils and one fine tip for freehand application
  • a selection of stencills featuring staple Boho graphics

The How-To

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  • select your stencils. Stick on stencils are best for this project, allowing for the most precise painted details.
  • use a mix of Boho inspired graphics and a varied complimentary color palette
  • using a flat headed paintbrush apply a coat of multi surface paint onto each rock. Don’t worry about a perfectly even application. An uneven finish makes for a more organic overall look.

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  • for those extra crafty brides, don’t hesitate to freehand a design if  you can’t find a stencil you like or if you just want to do it all on your own.

The End Result

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xoxo.

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DIY Wedding Wednesday: Rustic Fall Floral Arrangements

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Anytime of year is a good time to have a rustic themed wedding. But Fall may just be the best. With its cool days providing plenty of encouragement for a warm and welcoming reception, and its changing and glorious foliage the perfect inspiration for homespun charms, rustic and Fall simply go hand in hand. Since we had plenty of beautiful Fall blooms laying around the studio from this past Monday’s Fall Floral Guide post, I figured that for today’s DIY Wedding Wednesday feature it only made sense to whip up a few rustic inspired arrangements. From a billy button boutonniere, to a busting with color bouquet, to a radiant and rustic centerpiece, here are three ways to pull together the best of what Fall has to offer.

Look #1: The Billy Button Boutonniere – Supplies

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  • flowers: yellow spray rose, peach hypericum berry and craspedia (billy button)
  • floral tape, wire and pin
  • satin ribbon in willow green
  • floral shears

The Step by Step

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Step 1: layer your stems. Using the hypericum berry as your base, arrange your rose and craspedia stems on top, as shown in the image above.

Step 2: evenly trim your stem ends at 2 -3 inches in length.

Step 3: secure your stems together with floral wire. Start your wire as close to the blooms as possible, securing them such that they don’t bend over.

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Step 4: even out your stem base by wrapping it with floral tape.

Step 5: pretty up the finish by wrapping your floral tape with satin ribbon.

Step 6: on the backside of your boutonniere, secure your ribbon with a floral pin.

The End Result

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Look #2: The Bursting with Color Bouquet – Supplies

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  • flowers: dahlias (in red, orange and two tone yellow – two stems of each), yellow spray roses (three stems) and sedum (three small bunches)
  • burlap by the roll
  • floral shears and a good pair of scissors

The Step by Step

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Step 1: trim your stems of all excess leaves, leaving just a few for texture

Step 2: roll out your burlap and cut it in half, down the middle.

Step 3: lay out all your stems and supplies, grouping your stems by type.

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Step 4: begin building your bouquet, grouping one dahlia, a stem or two of spray roses and a bunch of sedum.

Step 5: build on your base by adding in additional dahlia stems, paying attention to color distribution when deciding how to bunch them.

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Step 6: continue to build your bouquet, taking care to maintain an even distribution of floral variety and color. Given the delicate nature of a dahlia’s bloom, use your roses and sedum to prop them up as much as possible.

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Step 7: evenly trim your stem ends.

Step 8: secure your stems together with either floral wire, or if you don’t have any, a rubber band will do.

Step 9: finish the look, and cover your wire or rubber band, by tying on your burlap ribbon.

The End Result

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Look #3: The Radiant and Rustic Centerpiece – Supplies

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  • flowers: queen anne’s lace, peach hypericum berry, craspedia, yellow spray roses, yellow chrysanthemum and orange dahlia. You’ll want to use several stems of each. approximately 4-5, exact number dependent on desired centerpiece fullness.
  • french provencal style pitcher
  • floral shears

The Step by Step

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Step 1: as we did with the bouquet, trim all excess leaves off of all your stems. Next trim the length of your stems such that they are just slightly taller than the rim of your pitcher.

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Step 2: start creating your arrangement stem by stem. Keep an even mix of floral variety and color throughout, and ensure your arrangement looks good from all angles.

The End Result

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xoxo.

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Real Weddings: Become a Feature Weddingstar Couple

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Behind the scenes at Weddingstar work on new inspirational wedding content is a constant. From the print magazine, to the Blog, to product development, there’s no downtime in the creation of fresh ideas and products. And the number one source of inspiration for the work is real weddings. It’s the love stories of couples all around the world that acts as the driving force for everything. And needless-to-say, nothing excites the team more than seeing images of Weddingstar products as parts of those stories.

If you’re one of the many couples who have made Weddingstar a part of your wedding day we want to hear from you! We’d love to see the details of your day and share how you put your personal touch on the products you used. Photographers, this goes for you too! If you’ve shot a wedding featuring a Weddingstar product, share it with us for your opportunity to have your images showcased. For more details on how to become a Weddingstar Feature Wedding check out the submission section right here on the Blog. In the meantime, here’s a glimpse at a couple of our recent submissions. Happy Friday!

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featured here: decorative birdcage

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featured here: blown glass globes filled with preserved petals

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featured here: paper parasols

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xoxo.

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Weddingstar News: A New Look. A New Wedding Shopping Experience.

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For those of you who know Weddingstar you know that its seen a lot of changes over the last 18 months. From a complete revamp of the Weddingstar print magazine to the redesign of The Details Blog, every single change has been made to better the wedding planning and shopping experience for brides everywhere. And today we’re thrilled to announce yet another improvement to the Weddingstar offering, the launch of a new Homepage. Here’s an inside look into all the great new features.

Shop by Theme

Because we understand how brides want to shop. Are you in love with all things Vintage, Art Deco, Shabby Chic or Woodland {just to name a few} and want your wedding to reflect it? Now you can directly shop all the wedding accessories perfectly suited to your theme. It just got a lot easier to get the look you love.

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Get Inspired

We appreciate how hard it is to decide on a wedding theme and design. If you’re still working through your personal quest to find the perfect look for your big day, get inspired with some window shopping of the Top Pinned products or connect to the latest planning tips and DIY projects from The Details Blog.

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What’s Hot and New

If you’re already familiar with the Weddingstar product offering or simply want to shop only the latest on trend wedding accessories, the “New” navigation feature will be your go to spot. With product categories organized for an easy shopping experience, you’ll find exactly what you want in no time.

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Want More of the New Look?

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Visit weddingstar.com to see all the new Homepage content, the improved wedding shopping experience and to get connected to all the inspirational content Weddingstar has to offer.

xoxo.

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