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Sage Wedding Inspiration

Posted on September 5th, 2012 by annalemberger

Throughout history, sage has been the go-to herb for curing several medical ailments and warding off evil spirits. One old saying even asks, “Why should anyone die who has sage in their garden?” A mighty herb indeed! Along with its amazing prowess as an herb, sage provides wonderfully earthy color inspiration for an autumn wedding. Pair sage with golden hues for an added elegance. Get creative with sage by including the fragrant leaves in the bridal bouquet and boutonnieres. Plus, you can feel confident knowing no evil spirits will be walking down the aisle with you!

Photos by: Mori Lee, Group USA & Camille La Vie, WeddingWire, WeddingWire

Where to buy: Fresh Foliage Decorative Table Runners; Elegance Unity Candle; Flower Girl Jewelry Set

Deal Alert! Create a crisp, fresh statement on your wedding tables with the Fresh Foliage Table Runners. Use code FB090312 to save 30% this week only!

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Rugged Chic: Arbor Inspired Outdoor Weddings

Posted on September 19th, 2011 by annalemberger

Take your first steps as a married couple on the lush grassy field of your leafy green and wheat colored wedding.  Inhale the fresh, crisp air and feel the soft breeze of new beginnings. Climb to new heights, literally and figuratively, at a refreshing and dazzling outdoor wedding. Whether your getting married outside or bringing the outside in, natural elements will bring your ceremony the perfect balance of strength and serenity.

Photos by: WeddingWire, Paul Houston Photography, The Arbors Events, BRC Photography

Where to buy: All Natural Wedding Invitations; Pocket Knife with Light 

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Bursting with Color Wedding Inspiration Board

Posted on August 3rd, 2011 by Mandy Webster

Photos by: Panache, Brooke Michaelson Photography

Where to BuyPersonalized Friendship Vase, Love is Sweet DIY Paper Pennant Bunting Kit, Bursting Flowers Wedding Invitation, Personalized Leather Passport Holder, Personalized Leather Clutch Wallet Read more »

Inspiration Board: A Summer Wedding in Pink and Green

Posted on July 22nd, 2011 by Mandy Webster

Photos by: Kathy Ireland Weddings by 2be, The Celebration Studio, Photographix, Advantage Bridal, LookLoveSend, LLC

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The Earthy Earth Day Bride

Posted on April 22nd, 2011 by Mandy Webster

Green Earth for Earth Day 2011It’s Earth Day, 2011. Whether you’re planning an Earth Day wedding or would simply like to plan an eco-friendly wedding any time of the year. we’ve got plenty of helpful hints and tips to reduce your carbon footprint on your Big Day.

Newlyweds Plant an Oak Tree on their Wedding DayThere are a plethora of opportunities to adjust your wedding plans to make your wedding more planet friendly. From flowers to lighting, and everything in between, there’s a better way to do almost everything. Here are a few ideas to get you started:

Eco-Friendly Wedding Ideas

  • Purchase wedding flowers that are in season and can be obtained in your local area. How does this help the Earth? Buying locally reduces the carbon footprint by reducing the amount of fuel required to import flowers from exotic locales.
  • Commemorate your wedding day by planting a tree, like the couple pictured at right.
  • Don’t register for items you don’t need. Take stock of what you have and what you actually need. If it turns out you don’t need much, consider asking your guests to donate to your favorite charity rather than offering traditional gifts. After all, you can only use so many toasters at once!
  • Plan your wedding festivities to minimize the amount of driving your guests will need to do between the wedding ceremony location, the wedding reception and hotels or other lodging for out of town guests.
  • Use eco-friendly wedding invitations made from tree-free or 100% recycled paper.
  • Bake your own wedding cake at home using local, organic ingredients. Provide a menu of all-local, sustainable, Earth friendly cuisine at your reception.
  • Choose environmentally friendly wedding favors like our Pink Ribbon Plantable Wedding Favors. After the wedding, your guests will take their favors home and plant them, creating zero waste and growing a patch of wildflowers to beautify their own little patch of the Earth.
  • Coordinate with a local homeless shelter in advance to determine regulations regarding the donation of left-over reception food. Wedding decorations and other items can also be donated to various organizations for re-use or passed around from one bride to the next. Read more »

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