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Wedding Centrepiece Ideas That Will Never Go Out Of Style

Wedding Centrepiece Ideas That Will Never Go Out Of Style

Five timeless ways to pretty up your reception tables.
DIY Centrepieces That You Can Create With Almost No Effort

DIY Centrepieces That You Can Create With Almost No Effort

Easy craft projects that even the most time-starved bride can handle.
Awesome Non-Floral Centrepiece Ideas Your Friends Will Wish They Thought Of First

Awesome Non-Floral Centrepiece Ideas Your Friends Will Wish They Thought Of First

Who says your centrepieces have to be comprised of flowers?! Create memorable table decor with tickets, lemons, balloons, tissue paper streamers and more!
From Cakes To Favours, 5 Glamorous Ways To Use Glitter

From Cakes To Favours, 5 Glamorous Ways To Use Glitter

Host a celebration that sparkles with these jaw-dropping decor, stationery and dessert ideas.
15 Awe-Inspiring Wedding Centrepiece Ideas

15 Awe-Inspiring Wedding Centrepiece Ideas

Fun decor pieces that will totally transform your reception tables.
15 Pretty Reasons to Pick Pastels For Your Wedding

15 Pretty Reasons to Pick Pastels For Your Wedding

Romantic wedding inspiration in shades of light pink, blue, green and yellow.

25 Different Ways To Work Mason Jars Into Your Wedding

Looking for an easy and creative DIY project? Look no further! Mason jars are versatile and work well for every type of wedding. From summer garden parties to elegant winter affairs, Mason jars can serve as vessels for everything from

10 Unique Vintage Centrepiece Ideas

There’s nothing shabby about these chic antique table-toppers. Spend some time scouring your local thrift stores, rummage sales and antique markets and you’ll be rewarded with some fabulous vintage finds to fill with fresh flowers or candles to create lovely

9 Reasons You Should Make Your Own “Collectables” Centrepieces (And How To Do It)

Celebrity wedding planner David Connolly from Rich Bride, Poor Bride has joined Weddingbells as a guest blogger answering all of your burning wedding-related questions. Need some help with the planning process? Have a question about etiquette, organization or budgeting? Post

28 Sensational Fall Centrepieces

The crisp weather has inspired us to find the best in fall centrepieces. Warm autumn colours and unique textures are some of the things that we love most about fall. Whether you choose bouquets of wheat and pine cones for

13 Reasons To Add Veggies to Your Floral Centrepieces

This is one of those quirky ideas that you must see to believe. From the onset, you must be thinking, do veggies and flowers even go together? Um, yeah, they kinda do–especially when you see how the talented team from

Dreaming of Summer

I feel like this snowy winter day calls for a floral eye candy blog post! Fest your eyes on this pretty wedding we designed last August, let the soft hues warm you. Each bridesmaid’s bouquet was a unique cluster of

Pretty Peonies

Last week I was out for a business breakfast at Toronto’s Four Seasons Hotel. Walking into the lobby they had the most amazing display of peonies, blood orange-meets-coral in colour, presented in a tall, cylindrical vases. Seeing these dramatic arrangements

Embrace Halloween

What a fun weekend to have a marriage celebration! You may not want your guests wearing costumes, but there is subtle ways to celebrate this holiday, while keeping your wedding an elegant event. Pumpkin centrepieces are always a hit! I

Pumpkin Party

{from left to right: image courtesy Pottery Barn; image courtesy Love Life Images; image courtesy Flickr} Are pumpkins considered a fruit or a veggie? Well, whatever the answer, they’re great to use when in season and make for marvelous additions

Express Yourself

{All photography courtesy Ikonika} A wedding is a snapshot of a couple for all their guests to see. Their taste, likes, loves is all captured in a wonderful celebration. Don’t be afraid to show your guests who you are!  A

Final Details

Wow! The last post! I feel like I’ve barely shared all of my ideas with you and now I have but 500 very valuable words left to fill you in on the rest of the details. Here’s how we’ve put

Hello Harvest Table

Long rectangle tables are a hot new trend. They are a perfect fit for a modern venue,  sleek and streamlined. If you are planning on having rectangle tables, multiple centrepieces are a must. Now, I know what you are thinking…

The Recessionista Bride’s DIY Guide

It’s a pretty safe bet to say that we’re far from having the biggest wedding budget in the world. So when times are tight, what better way to save money (and have far too much fun!) than to attempt many

Flowerless Centrepieces

{Andrea Dozier Photography} Spring has definitely sprung here in Toronto!  And while the warm weather has many brides flocking to their florists for gorgeous flowers in season—some brides just aren’t flower people. I mentioned in last week’s post that opting

Going to the Chapel and We’re Gonna Get Married

{Proof that we were destined to be married.} *We’re not really getting married in a chapel; I just really like that song. I was actually singing it after we met with the priest…hehe* It was important for both me and

DIY Wedding Dos and Don’ts

{Photography courtesy Milkpod Studios.} To DIY or not to DIY. That is the question, isn’t it? Once a bride gets into DIY mode, it can be quite a high. It’s easy to think, “Hey, why don’t I just do EVERYTHING

Unique Floral Centrepieces

I enjoy seeing weddings that really push the envelope–especially when it comes to centrepieces. What do you think of these ideas from Rountree Flowers? Love or hate? I, personally, love them. They still have an air of elegance about them,

The Numbers Game

I’ve seen and heard tons of great alternatives to table number cards (i.e., using movie titles, road names, pictures and so forth in lieu of numbers). But if you want to keep it simple and basic, I suggest a cute

The Best Reason for a Winter Wedding…

The dramatic beauty of amaryllis is reason enough. Their blooms are the size of grapefruit, they come in whites, reds, burgundy’s, corals, pinks and two-tone reds. And although they look like a lily they have no fragrance – so you

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