10 Things We Love

Romantic ceremony settings, sustainable send-offs, monogrammed ice, bold cakes — these are just some of the things we love

Sumptuous Setting

Imagine standing in the midst of these fantastic florals to say your vows. Adding to it are candles to give the ceremony a soft, romantic glow. This installation, created by Emily Herzig Floral Studio, can also be repurposed once your vows are said. ehfloral.com 

Lindsey + Adam Submission

Photo by Lindsay Hackney

Eye-Catching Cake

A pop of deep burgundy on this stunning cake from Chickadee Hill Cakes makes it perfect for fall and winter. The burgundy, along with a bit of blush, is spatula-iced on the bottom tier to create a spackled canvas look. Accenting the cake are groupings of fresh flowers that coordinate with the bride’s bouquet. chickadeehillcakes.com

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Chilling

Thinking of a whiskey bar for your wedding? Some guests will like it neat; others like ice to chill it. For those who chill it, these monogrammed ice cubes will add a dash of sophistication. Choose your custom silicone ice cube mold with either the date of your wedding or the letter of your last name. speakeasyicemolds.etsy.com

Chilling

Single Servings

Gone for the moment are the days where your guests could sample from spreads of fruits, cheeses and vegetables during cocktail hour. Stick to single servings like these beautiful oysters created by the talented team at White Apron. thewhiteapron.com

Perfectly Portioned

Yes, Hats

For brides who love the boho look and are willing to make a statement, hats are big. This floppy Panama-style hat can be worn as is or with a floral band. The boho bride’s ensemble shown here is by Mary Trombley of Lotus Floral Designs. lotusfloraldesigns.com

Hat

Photo by Kate Preftakes Photography

Eco-Friendly Send-Off

Looking for a sustainable — but still charming — way for your guests to send you off after your wedding? Try these ribbon wands by TheBridesMadeShop on Etsy. Customize the satin ribbon to match your colors, or add bells and lace for added personality.   

A Whimsical Send Off

Vibrant Vibe

Garden blooms in yellow, orange and pink are just the thing to brighten your big day. Your guests will love the always-popular sunflowers and the on-trend dahlias in a casual table arrangement created by Paisley Floral Design. It’s just right for a rustic wedding. paisleyfloraldesign.com

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Triple Trend

Billowing sleeves, one-shoulder necklines and sleek fabrics are three of the biggest trends — and they all can be found on this gown by Alexandra Grecco. A dramatic off-white gown made of silk crepe, the Siren features a metallic fill coupe sleeve that adds texture to an otherwise simple style. alexandragrecco.com

Triple Trend

Elegant Ballgowns

If you are looking for that wow factor, try an elegant ballgown complete with pockets. The classic silhouette combined with metallic silver filaments woven throughout the fabric of this Eyre dress by Carol Hannah makes the dress pop, creating a romantic look that contrasts with the simple scoop-neck top. carol-hannah.com

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Photo by Jeremy Harwell Photography

On-Trend Invitations

Don’t be afraid to add a bold pop of color to your invitations, like this peachy suite by Ashley Elizabeth Designs. Add a ribbon and lace belly band, and you’ve got the complete package. ae-invitations.com

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Photo by Jenna Vanzant Photography

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