Must Haves for a Wedding Day Survival Kit

May 14, 2018 | Comments 0


Wedding Day Survival Kit Must-Haves

When it comes to your wedding day, the old saying “it’s better to be safe than sorry,” is one that you’ll want to take to heart. While you’re bridesmaids are furiously checking their weather apps and doing every possible rain dance to prevent any weather mishaps on your big day, you’ll want to make sure you’re covering all of the other bases. That’s why we created our Wedding Day Survival Kit, filled with anything and everything you might need for a smooth, stress-free wedding. If you’re wondering exactly which essentials we stocked up on (and which ones you should stock up on too), look no further!

1. A Sewing Kit with Pre-Threaded Needles

Whether it’s a loose button, a small tear or a strap that just won’t stay in place, a mini sewing kit is going to be your best ally on your wedding day. Our Mojuba kit is equipped with Gilchrist and Soames sewing kit with pre-threaded needles to solve any last minute sewing woes.

2. Fashion Tape 

Any blogger or fashionista you ask will tote the importance of having fashion tape on hand at all times. We stock our Mojuba Wedding kit with BugCatcherz fashion tape so that you don’t have to worry about keeping things in place. This is especially important if you have a deep v or low-cut dress, as you don’t want anything to come out of place while you’re enjoying your time on the dance floor.

3. Madame Paulette Stain Remover Kit

On your wedding day a simple drop of champagne or splash of juice can ruin your pristine white dress. To combat any spills or splashes, a professional-quality stain removal kit from the famed New York City dry cleaner is a must-have. Trust us, even your bridesmaids will be looking for this handy essential at some point in the night.

4. Eye Drops

When you’re pulling long nights to get everything prepared for your wedding, it’s no secret that you might wake up morning of with tired, red eyes. The Knot suggests to use a few drops if your eyes are red or tired the day of. Some magazines even suggest use them to emphasize the whites of your eyes and really brighten them up for your big day, but be sure to use a brand you’ve tried out before as no one wants any unwanted reactions.

5. Scissors

Why does it always seem that whenever you need a pair of scissors, they are nowhere to be found? Stop this problem in its tracks, and be sure to include a handy pair of scissors to snip away any unruly or out of place threads.

6. Krazy Glue

Call us crazy, but we’re under the impression that there are very few things that Krazy Glue can’t fix. Whether it’s a broken heel that you need to glue in place or a jewel on your earring that can’t seem to stop falling off, this superstar crafting essential is something you won’t want to forget on your wedding day.

7. Dancin’ Feet Shoe Cushions

After you’ve spent all this time crafting the perfect playlist for your wedding DJ or band, you won’t want to miss out on the fun just because your heels are killing you. This is why we include a pair of Dancin’ Feet Cushions in our wedding emergency kits. Trust us, when you hit dance floor for the 20th time to “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun,” your feet will thank you.

8. Rice Paper Sheets

Even if you had your makeup professionally done, there’s little you can do about that dreaded mid-afternoon oiliness. Our favorites way to banish that forehead glisten and smooth out your complexion is with a swipe of the Palladio Soft Rice Papers. Trust us, these makeup bag essentials will stop shine right in its tracks.

9. Nail Files

Don’t let a broken nail put a damper on your wedding day. Make sure you’re prepared with a few nail files in case of any snagged or unruly nails.

10. Band-Aids

Last but certainly not least, don’t forget about band-aids. From paper cuts to blisters, you’ll want to make sure you’re prepared for any little thing that could happen!

Want to see what else is in our wedding day survival kit for brides? Take a peek at all its big day-saving contents, here

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Fresh Wedding Flower Ideas for 2018

Apr 10, 2018 | Comments 0


When it comes to wedding flowers, 2018 is all about the unexpected. While last year’s focus was on romantic, soft pastels, this year is all about a bold, vibrant color palette and unique flower choices. Whether you’re on the hunt for the next big trend in wedding flowers or just want a few fresh, fun ideas for your wedding, take a look at some of our favorite fresh flower ideas below.

Protea Bouquets

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The incredibly versatile protea flower makes for a gorgeous centerpiece for your bouquet. This flower has over 81 different varieties and the colors vary from yellow to red and everything in between, making it the perfect addition to your bouquet. The protea flower also represents hope and change, making it symbolic to the new adventure you and your partner are about to embark on. We love this beautiful arrangement from Shotgun Floral Studio, which includes peach and yellow garden roses, dahlias, scabiosa, and king protea tied together with a sequined sash.

Dahlias

Fresh Wedding Flower Ideas for 2018

Move over peonies, dahlias are the new flower of choice! While peonies have long dominated the wedding scene, dahlias are slowly becoming a popular flower for those looking for something fresh and new for their bouquets. Not only are these stunning florals a real eye-catcher, but they also pair really well with other blooms. We love this bouquet from That Flower Shop, which includes light pink dahlias and dark greenery for a moody, cool-girl vibe. Dahlias are also in season from May to November, making it one of the most versatile flowers out there.

Deeper Hues

Fresh Wedding Flower Ideas for 2018

2018 is taking a moodier turn and switching things up from pastels and neutrals to deep burgundies and plums. These darks colors pair especially well with nature-inspired accents like succulents, eucalyptus and dusty millers.

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Wreaths and Garlands

Fresh Wedding Flower Ideas for 2018

If you take a look at any wedding blog or magazine, you’ll see that wreaths and garlands are making their way onto 2018’s trend list. Circular wreaths are being seen everywhere—including in hanging installations above the alter as well as in centerpieces. They’re even making their way into the bride’s hands as many people are choosing to replace traditional bouquets with wreaths. Garlands are also making a splash this year and being used as statement greenery to bring some color to the day. Whether they’re being used as an accent for the tables, draped over chairs or used in archways, garlands are definitely having a moment in 2018!

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Anthuriums

Wedding Flower Ideas for 2018

While anthuriums are a staple at bohemian and beach weddings, many brides are opting to use them in traditional settings for a modern, contemporary look. Trust us, this statement floral will really make your wedding stand out! Whether they’re used in a bouquet or as a way to add a pop of color to the décor, you can’t go wrong with this tropical flower.

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Carnations

Fresh Wedding Flower Ideas for 2018
Before you close your tab after seeing carnations on our list, give us a chance to explain! This year, floral designers are switching things up and giving carnations a cool-girl spin. Mixing carnations with the right accents will give your wedding bouquet a soft, romantic feel. If you want to go the adventurous route, many floral designers are finding alternate ways to use carnations by dying and spray painting them to give your wedding decorations a creative, artistic vibe.

Photo via DeFiore Photography and Hana Style Designs

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The Best Viral Wedding Videos of All Time

Mar 08, 2018 | Comments 0


Whenever we hear about a new viral wedding video, we can’t help but to stop everything we’re doing and watch. Whether it’s a hilarious maid of honor speech or an epic dance party, these videos are like our wedding kryptonite. If you are just like us and love to spend your afternoon laughing, crying and gasping at viral weddings videos, then you’re in luck! We’ve handpicked some of our favorites ones that have stolen our hearts and grabbed our attention below.

If you’re in the wedding planning process, be sure your wedding video goes viral for the right reasons! After all, no one wants to be that one bride whose dress splits open midway through her first dance. Mojuba Wedding Day Emergency Kits can save your day in hundreds of ways, from repairing a split hem, to stopping static cling, to keeping blisters off of your feet so you can wow the crowd with your first dance routine. Trust us, after you watch these videos (and bloopers), you’ll want to be prepared for anything!

1. Epic Wedding Entrance

Sometimes the most unsuspecting videos turn out to be the best. What started out as a simple church wedding turned it to one of the most epic wedding entrances we’ve ever seen. This bride, groom and their wedding party choreographed a dance to Chris Brown’s “Forever” and the result was a hilarious and unforgettable wedding entrance. Take a look at the video (if you haven’t already seen it) and join the 96 million (!!) people that have made this video a viral sensation.

2. Michael Bublé Wedding Surprise

Full disclosure—this video gives us all the feels! While the most surprising part of most weddings is usually the speeches, this groom shocked his bride in a totally different way. The bride, Amanda, had casually mentioned (on their first date no less) that she always wanted her husband-to-be to sing a certain Michael Bublé song at her wedding. This groom took it to heart and shocked her with a spot-on rendition of “I’m Your Man.” Be sure to check it out and get ready to be pleasantly surprised by his singing chops.

3. A Father Daughter Dance That Surpasses All Others

While most father/daughter dances are usually done to an emotional song like Unforgettable,” by Natalie Cole and Nat King Cole or “The Way You Look Tonight” by Frank Sinatra, this father and daughter duo opted for something a little different. They instead chose a medley of some of pretty amazing songs (hint: it includes, Beyoncé and Jump On It). If you’re planning a wedding anytime soon, you might want to rethink your father/daughter dance!

4. A Wedding Reception Turns Into a Music Video Filming

What makes the most epic wedding video of ALL time? We’re glad you asked! All it takes is a great playlist, a videographer and some pretty willing wedding guests. Robert and Teresa took this to heart and did the impossible… they enlisted their 250 wedding guests to create a music video during their wedding reception. Guests were briefed for 10 minutes and put into position before the impromptu music video. The only thing we thought when watching this is where was our invite?!

5. Maid of Honor Rap

This maid of honor decided to forgo a traditional wedding toast and instead opted to rap her entire speech instead. Not many people are brave enough to take on “Ice Ice Baby” in front of a room full of wedding guests, but this cheeky maid of honor did just that, shocking everyone in the room. Check it out and get ready to be seriously impressed.

6. Wedding Fails

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We have to admit, sometimes wedding bloopers are a guilty pleasure of ours. Whether it’s an adorable ring bearer who just happened to drop the rings, a flower toss gone wrong, or a broken shoe that turns into an epic fall, these weddings fails will definitely make you laugh, cringe or something in between. 

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The Top Wedding Color Trends for 2018

Feb 19, 2018 | Comments 0


Looking for a pop of color to add to your big day? We’ve broken down 2018’s top color trends with inspirational details for each. After all, we know that choosing the right colors for your big day is a tough decision, so we did all the hard work for you. Just call us your color gurus! Take a look at 2018’s on-trend hues, and get ready for some major inspiration to come your way. 

Dusty Rose & Green

We’ve already toted our love for all things dusty rose this year, and this time is no different. To offset this pink hue, we love it paired with pops of green. Whether this lends itself to succulents in your bouquet, eucalyptus in your centerpieces or scattered greenery around your venue, the sky is the limit with this romantic combo. Plus this color combination is great for outdoor weddings as it really helps you to take inspiration from the natural elements around you (all you forest wedding gals out there, we’re looking at you)!

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Ultra Violet

Pantone named ultra violet its 2018 Color of the Year, and of course wedding experts couldn’t wait to incorporate this color into this year’s ceremonies. This magical hue is definitely one way to really add a pop of color to your big day. We love the idea of a watercolor wedding invitation too, as the purple really helps the stationary to pop. You may also want to consider adding florals like stunning lilacs and deep purple roses to your bouquet and centerpieces. It’s also a great color for fall, so any September through November wedding gals, this one is for you!

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Black, White & Gold

While dusty rose will give your wedding a romantic, whimsical feel and ultra violet will give it an exciting pop, black, white and gold on the other hand will help your wedding take a turn for the glamorous. Channel some major Old Hollywood vibes with this decadent combination. From sleek black bridesmaid dresses to beautiful champagne colored accents, every little detail counts with this color trend. Plus this is a great opportunity to really go all out on your desserts and drinks. Champagne fountains anyone? In addition to the décor, a lot of brides going this route have extended this color palette to their guests, noting in the invitation the preferred attire colors!

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Burgundy & Navy

Take a turn for the dark side with this next color combination. This year we’re all about burgundy and navy. These deep colors will certainly make your wedding pop. If you’re worried that they are a little too dark for your spring wedding, fear not experts say these colors can work any season! Whether you choose burgundy bridesmaid dresses, have the groomsmen dress in navy suits, or have some fun navy heels be your “something blue”, this color combination will sure to be a crowd favorite. Plus, this unexpected pairing makes for a beautiful bouquet, so get ready to start pinning some amazing floral arrangements to your Pinterest boards. 

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6 Top Wedding Trends of 2018 (and 3 That Are Over)

Jan 29, 2018 | Comments 0


The start of a New Year doesn’t just mean champagne and New Year’s resolutions; it also means a whole new set of wedding trends! While many wedding traditions are timeless, there are a few that don’t quite stand the test of time. We dug through all of our bridal resources and pulled what’s in and what’s out in bridal this year. From new floral displays to eco-friendly weddings, we’ve pulled together all of 2018’s hottest trends and a few things that you should leave behind in 2017. Whether you’re planning a wedding this year, or just want to add a few new items to your Pinterest board (don’t worry we all have them), take a peek at what to expect this year:

Top Wedding Trends of 2018:

Nostalgia Rose Gowns

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Bridesmaids everywhere, rejoice! Cosmopolitan and Wedding Wire are reporting that the “it” color for bridesmaid gowns this year is “nostalgia rose.” This dusty, dark pink shade was seen in almost every 2018 bridesmaid dress collection! It has a subtle romantic vibe that’ll be a nice change from the soft and super girly blush tones that seemed to have taken over every wedding in the past few years. Plus, this color looks amazing in photos, so you can’t go wrong!

A Second Wedding Look

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Brides Executive Director Lisa Gooder is reporting that “this is the year that a second wedding look becomes the norm.” Bridal week was full of chic pants, mini-dresses, jumpsuits and even rompers that are the perfect second look to dance the night away in! This wedding season, expect to see brides slip away after speeches and cake and come back with an entirely new look!

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10 Perfect Engagement Season Gift Ideas

Dec 18, 2017 | Comments 0


It’s no secret that the holiday season is the unofficial start of engagement season. After all, what better time to pop the question than when you’re feeling the holiday cheer and you’re surrounded by and family and friends? Since we’re already midway though December, chances are you’ve seen quite a few ring photos pop up on your Instagram feed. With Christmas and New Year’s right around the corner, you better believe you’ll be seeing a lot more! If someone you know just put a ring on it, we’ve put together a list of 10 thoughtful, fun and budget-friendly gift ideas so you can get back to what’s really important— binge-watching holiday movies!

10 Engagement Season Gift Ideas

1. Mojuba Kit

Bride Wedding Emergency Kit;  Bride Mini Wedding Emergency Kit;
 Groom Wedding Emergency Kit; Groom Mini Emergency Kit

What better engagement present to gift a bride- or groom- to be than the Wedding Emergency Kit? Filled with high-quality products that’ll stop any wedding emergency in its tracks, this thoughtful gift is sure to come in handy on the big day.

2. Monogrammed Hand Towels


If you’re looking for a personalized gift, a monogrammed set of hand towels makes for the perfect present. Bed Bath & Beyond, Pottery Barn and Etsy all have some really great ones.

3. A Robe

Every girl loves feeling glamorous in a silky, soft robe, so why not gift the bride with a gorgeous robe she can get wedding-ready in. We love this ASOS Robe or this Kate Spade Mrs. Robe. 

4. A Necklace with the Wedding Date


If your bride has set the date, gift her with a personalized necklace with her wedding date on it. She’ll love nothing more than to get a beautiful reminder of her upcoming nuptials every time she looks in the mirror. 

5. Nail Polish


It’s no secret that your BFF will be taking approximately 1,000 photos of her sparkly new ring, so be sure her fingers are polished and Instagram-ready with some cute nail polish. If you’re unsure of her favorite color, we suggest sticking with a simple, nude/pink theme like this Deborah Lippmann set.

6. Monogrammed Decanter


 Don’t forget about the groom! A timeless gift like this monogrammed glass decanter is perfect for a mixology-loving groomsman.

7. Champagne Bucket 

You know at least one guest will arrive to the engagement party with a bottle of champagne, so why not gift the newly engaged with something to chill all those bottles with. We love this Crate & Barrel bucket not only for its chic design, but also because it keeps bottles cool for up to 4 hours! How’s that for getting the party started?

8. A Glassware Set

An alternative to monogrammed glasses is a cute “yours and mine” set. After all, all good things come in pairs, and this sweet gift is the perfect way to celebrate a new engagement! Plus, the newlyweds will smile every time they go to reach for a glass in the cupboard.

9. Wedding Notebook

It’s no secret that as soon as the ring is on, every bride starts to mentally prepare for her big day. Jumpstart her wedding planning with a chic notebook that she can jot down any floral ideas, accessory needs or honeymoon plans. 

10. A Couple’s Cookbook

The couple that cooks together, stays together (or something like that)! For the culinary-inspired couple, we love this Newlywed Cookbook. It’ll be a great way for them to start a new activity together and make new memories in the kitchen!

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Inspiration for Your Newlywed Holiday Card

Oct 30, 2017 | Comments 0


Planning your first holiday card as a married couple is an exciting endeavor. Do you choose an engagement photo or a wedding photo for your card? Do you forgo the photo altogether and go the illustrated route? Whichever option you choose, we’ve pulled together some inspiration to guide you through the process.


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1. Use a photo from your wedding

If you recently got married, it’s a no-brainer to use one of your wedding photos for your holiday card. After all, a lot of planning and money went into those photos, so why not get the most use out of them? Now the only tough decision is which wedding photo to use!

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2. Use an engagement photo

If you don’t want to use a wedding photo, or your wedding photos haven’t arrived in time, you can always use one of your engagement photos. Not only is this a great way to reuse those beautiful photos you had done, but it’s also a cute way to spread the love to your family and friends. After all, how many times do you hear your grandmother or aunt beg you for cute photos of you and your new hubby? This way they’ll have a photo reminder ever time they look at your holiday card on their fridge!

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3. Skip the photo and go with an illustrated card

How adorable is this card from Minted.com? A cute illustrated graphic is a great way to celebrate the holidays in style. The best part… there are a ton of different routes you can go with an illustrated card, so you and your spouse can choose something that represents your couple style (don’t worry, that’s a thing!) If you guys are the class clowns of your friend group, you can even find a comical card that will give everyone a much-needed laugh during the holidays.


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4. Use your new monogram

Your holiday card is the perfect chance to show off your brand new last name! Whether you choose a simple one like the above card from Pinterest, or you use your combined initials, you can’t go wrong with this simple, yet sophisticated concept.

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5. Plan a holiday photo shoot

It’s no secret that in today’s day and age, everyone loves an excuse for a photo shoot. Whether it’s an engagement shoot or a full on photo shoot for your dog’s first birthday, people love a good photo op. With holiday photos in particular, there’s such a big opportunity to have fun and get creative with your theme. Grab that mistletoe, break out your favorite red sweater and get ready to do some Pinterest stalking for inspiration.

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6. Keep your messaging simple

If you are newly married, chances are you’ve already had to send out quite a few invitations, save the dates and thank you notes this year. So when it comes to your holiday card, it’s time to keep it simple. Cute, straightforward messaging like “our first Christmas together as Mr. + Mrs.” is a great way to spread the love and cheer without being over the top. You can even include a letter to your close family and friends talking about any new career or life developments you and your new husband have had. Whether it’s talking about your honeymoon travels or finding a new house, it’s always nice to include a little note.

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Our Favorite Dresses from New York Bridal Fashion Week Fall 2018

Oct 18, 2017 | Comments 0


Every bridal season we continue to be blow away by each designer’s take on wedding gowns.  Just when we start to think that they couldn’t possibly outdo themselves, they amaze us with new, innovate creations! This season was all about the return to classic silhouettes with full, lightweight skirts owning the runway. Gone were last season’s revealing dresses, and in its place designers chose to show some skin in subtle ways with plunging v-necklines, off-the-shoulder cuts, and thigh-high slits. 

While we could go on and on about the beadwork and silhouettes, we know you’re here to gape at the beautiful dresses. Here are a few of our favorite looks from the Bridal Fall 2018 collections:

Badgley Mischka
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From the curve-hugging silhouette to the breathtaking train, this Badgley Mischka number is a total win in our book.

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How gorgeous is the beaded bodice on this gown? When asked to describe this collection, Badgley said, “we don’t believe in harsh lines in bridal. Everything is glamorous and soft and beaded and sensual.”

This gown just might have you rethinking your white wedding dress plans. If you took one look at this dress and thought it belonged on the red carpet, you’re not wrong! The designers named all of the dresses in this collection after their Hollywood clientele. This gown, called the Bianca, is the perfect red-carpet number… don’t be surprised if you see it on a Hollywood starlet this upcoming award season!

BHLDN

This floral-printed gown is the perfect mix of playful and elegant. If you’re planning a garden wedding, this dress hits all the right marks!

New BHLDN bridal gowns

These vintage-inspired gowns are great for any brides looking to put a modern spin on a retro look.

Marchesa

It’s no secret that Marchesa gowns have a special place in our hearts, and this collection was no exception. It’s been days and our jaws are still on the floor over this dress! With its plunging neckline, thigh-high slit, sheer design and beautiful bow detail, to say we’re in love is an understatement!


If you’re planning on going off-the-shoulder, this is a great way to do it!

Leave it to Marchesa to perfect the boho, romantic vibe. With the plunging neckline and bowed sleeves, this dresses is one of our favorites to date. 

Reem Acra


The tight bodice and flowy skirt make for the perfect princess gown. All you need is a crown (or a floral headpiece) and you’ll be giving Kate Middleton a run for her money. 

Acra is known for her signature embroideries, and this dress with its beautifully crafted threadwork is a perfect example.

Lela Rose


You really can’t go wrong with a simple, sophisticated gown. With this collection, Lela Rose took some of her favorite old world gowns and re-imagined how they would be on modern-day brides. 

Lela Rose Bridal Fall 2018

Artful simplicity and structured silhouettes are key in Rose’s collection.

Vera Wang


We couldn’t have a bridal roundup without including Vera Wang! Wang described this season’s 13-piece collection as having “a volume that’s quite theatrical, in a strange way.” With a mix of lace, embroidery, and unique silhouettes, this assortment is all about “a new way of looking at grandeur.”

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9 Wedding Instagram Accounts to Follow for Inspiration

Sep 29, 2017 | Comments 0


When it comes to wedding planning, there’s no such thing as too much inspiration. It used to be that when you started to wear your sparkly new engagement ring, you would start picking up a few bridal magazines to help start the planning. Now, inspiration is (literally) at your fingertips. You can endlessly scroll through the ‘gram for inspiration on everything from your dress to your table centerpieces. To feed into your guilty pleasure scrolling, here are our top wedding Instagram accounts to follow for inspiration:

1. @stylemepretty
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Coined as “your wedding BFF” this account shares everything from beautiful engagement photos to floral inspiration. …The best part? They tag all of the vendors in the photos, so you won’t have to do any digging to find their information.

2. @bhldn

BHLDN (which is actually Anthropologie’s sister company) is your source for vintage-inspired, beautifully crafted attire and decorations. Beware: their dresses are to-die-for and once you take a look, you might just fall in love with your dream dress.

3. @weddingdream

This is your ultimate source for all things wedding related. From bridal hair to honeymoon destinations, this account has got you covered!

4. @aislesociety

If you could put all of the wedding blogs you follow into one place, this would be it.

5. @poppiesandposies

Who doesn’t want to open up their Instagram app to photos of beautifully curated floral arrangements? This account has been featured on top wedding sites like The Knot and Brides, so you know they have to be doing something right. Our favorite part about this account is that they give you a behind-the-scenes look at their work, and you know we’re suckers for a good #BTS pic!

6. @stonefoxbride

This is a must-follow for all the boho brides out there. The founder of Stone Fox bride, Molly Guy, started this anti-bridezilla showroom in NYC and it morphed into a site for girls that are tired of seeing princess gowns and mermaid silhouettes. With a motto of “f*ck weddings,” their site and their Instagram is dedicated to those who like their wedding inspiration photos with a side of sass. If boho-bridal isn’t your style, the engagement stories they post will either have you laughing or in tears (or both)!

7. @ericaobriencake

We couldn’t create this list without adding in a wedding cake account. The one thing we know your guests are going to look forward to is of course the cake. Before you start making tasting appointments, be sure to follow this account for inspiration.

8. @theknot

Chances are you’re already following this all-in-one account, but just in case we had to add it to our list. The Knot eats, sleeps and breathes weddings, and if you’re looking for inspiration this account has got it all. Plus, we know it’s every girl’s dream to have their engagement ring featured here, so be sure to polish those nails and tag them in your best ring shot!

9. @mojubawedding

We might be biased, but we’ve got a pretty good thing going on over on our ‘gram too. Follow us to stay up to date with our latest products, blog posts, and inspiration photos!

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Chic Centerpiece Ideas for a Fall Wedding That Aren’t at All Kitschy

Sep 13, 2017 | Comments 0


When you envision fall weddings, centerpieces filled with yellow foliage and orange pumpkins no doubt pop into your mind. While you may love these fall accessories to decorate your home, they don’t always go along with your wedding theme. If you’re planning a fall wedding, here are a few centerpiece ideas that aren’t at all kitschy.

1. Accentuate with Kale

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Yes, we really did mean to type kale. While you might dread this vegetable in your salad, it makes for a beautiful centerpiece. Flowering kale is actually quite common in wedding bouquets and centerpieces and we love how it contrasts against the purple flowers and various greenery. Women are even using kale in their wedding bouquets, so you could always consider incorporating it into different aspects of your big day.  

2. Brighten up with Fall Oranges

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We get it; you’re probably skeptical about adding orange into your wedding colors. After all, that’s why you’re staying away from any kitschy orange leaves. A classy way to bring this color into your centerpiece is with this tangerine rose and branch combo in a wine glass. We love how the greens and dark branches contrast with the orange, giving you an elegant nod to the season without being too over the top.

3. Opt for Greenery

It’s becoming more and more common for couples to decorate their wedding tables with foliage instead of a big floral arrangement. For a fall wedding especially, what better way to get rustic than with greens. We love this fern and fig arrangement from The Merrythought. The dark hues of the ferns and figs against the stark white tablecloth really help to make the table pop. The differentiation in the mason jars and vases really adds to the rustic vibe as well.

4. Lantern & Eucalyptus

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While we’re on the subject of greenery, why not incorporate a bit of a rustic vibe with this eucalyptus and lantern combo. The lantern adds a vintage feel and the dark green of the eucalyptus really helps to balance out the lighter hues. (Plus this color combo will go really well with your silver or gold flatware!)

5. Get Woodsy

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Channel your inner country girl and start to get creative with nature. Fall is all about embracing your surroundings and what better way to do that than with this beautiful tree stump centerpiece. Instead of your typical vase, arrange your florals inside of a piece of wood. This is a great DIY project for you and your bridesmaids if you’re looking to get creative. You can even incorporate wood into other places in your wedding as many people are using wooden slabs as their cake stands too. 

6. Deep Purple


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When the weather turns a bit colder, so does your color palette. This is why we love deep purple and burgundy florals to accent your wedding tables. This color combo really brings out a harvest feel and combined with wood and gold accents, it’s sure to make your table pop.

7. Opt for a Wheat Centerpiece


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Don’t worry we’re not going full farm girl on you here… but if you’re sticking to a neutral color palette, we love this wheat centerpiece design. The browns and tans go well with a rustic table and the bronze ribbon really helps to tie (see what we did there) the colors together. It’s a simple way to save money and go along with your fall/rustic theme.

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