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Incorporating Vintage Touches into Your Wedding

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Vintage weddings are huge right now and many brides are going all out to make their ceremonies and receptions fit the popular trend. If you don’t want to do a completely vintage wedding, you can incorporate certain touches to give your wedding that romantic, vintage feel. Here are some great ideas:

Peonies

Peonies are gorgeous flowers and very popular for weddings.

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They have a vintage feel to them, so they work well to incorporate that feeling into a wedding. These are perfect centerpiece and bouquet flowers!

Vintage Teacups

Add vintage teacups to your reception tables for coffee or tea for your guests.

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Don’t worry if you can’t get your hands on a full set; they are stunning when mixed and matched! They also do a lot to provide a vintage feeling to your wedding.

Lace

Lace is incredibly romantic and always brings a vintage feel to anything it touches, from the wedding dress to the tablecloths.

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It’s also one of the most popular wedding trends for 2014! You can use it anywhere.

Vintage Embroidered Linens

Vintage embroidered linens are not only beautiful, they just scream vintage.

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Brides can use embroidered napkins for their place settings or take advantage of other embroidered linens to add a vintage feeling to their wedding.

Burlap

Another huge trend this year is incorporating burlap into your wedding.

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Whereas this was once a “poor woman’s fabric,” burlap is being used for absolutely everything. It’s beautiful when used in any way for a wedding and adds a vintage touch.

These are just a few ways that brides are adding vintage touches to their wedding ceremonies and receptions. With a little creativity, you can achieve just the right amount of vintage elegance!

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5 Funny Wedding Ideas for the Couple with a Sense of Humor

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If you want to inject a little humor into your wedding, you’ve come to the right place. Who says weddings have to be conservative and serious? If you’re a couple with a sense of humor, then your wedding should definitely reflect that. Check out these 5 funny wedding ideas.

Bridesmaid Mugshots

This adorable (and funny) idea is the perfect way to get some unique pictures of your bridesmaids.

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The photos are taken like mugshots, with each bridesmaid holding a sign with her title.

Mutual Weirdness

This couple definitely has a sense of humor, although it’s pretty romantic as well.

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This sign tells their guests exactly what they feel and plan: mutual weirdness forever!

Flipping the Ring Finger

At first glance, it looks like this funny couple is making a crude gesture but after looking closely, you see that they’re just showing off their wedding rings.

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This is a cute idea for the edgy couple that loves to make people laugh!

Photo Props

Photo props are a great way to get some hilarious pictures during your wedding.

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They’re also the perfect way for your guests to cut loose a little and act silly!

Outdrinking the Groomsmen

This is a hilarious photo idea and a great way to get the bride and the groomsmen in the photo together.

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This is definitely a funny and cute way to remember the day.

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