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If you’re looking beyond the traditional registry, Wedding Republic is for you. With them you can register for experiences and unique things you may need more than another set of towels, like help put a down payment towards a house, help with your dream honeymoon and even mix charity with a few things you’d like to receive. Guests can give group gifts for those big ticket items, and setting up your registry is super easy. You can do it from your couch, laptop in hand and future one sitting right next to you. It will probably be one of the easiest planning tasks you will have to do for your wedding.

You can customize your registry down to the images of the gifts you need. You can even get creative and take photos of yourselves to illustrate whatever you’re registering for :)

Creating your registry is easy, just add items from a gallery of gift suggestions or add your own gift ideas. Every gift is customizable, so you can add your own price and description, giving it that personal touch your guests will love. With Wedding Republic’s signature puzzle piece feature, you can break apart expensive gifts, say your trip to Italy, into smaller, affordable pieces so guests can each contribute to a portion of the trip. You can find out how it works right here.

Check out a registry example before you get started on your own!

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Concertina Press

Sailboats, waves, octopus and jellyfish are just a few of the amazing seaworthy designs featured in Concertina Press’s line of vintage inspired nautical wedding invitations and stationery.

“Ruth is an exceptional artist and artisan! She was very prompt to stay in communication with me throughout my ordering process. She worked with me to make sure that all my needs were met exactly. It was so comforting to work with her through the stressful process of ordering the perfect wedding invitations! I absolutely LOVE the way her products turned out, and cannot wait to send them to all my guests! Thank you SO MUCH Ruth, your kindness and professionalism have helped me more than you know!” ” – Emily D.

After living in the small town of Woods Hole on Cape Cod for nearly 11 years, Ruth, the owner and designer of Concertina Press, moved down to the sunny East coast of Florida to be closer to family. Her Cape Cod map save the date is still widely popular with couples getting married on the Cape, along with the matching wedding invitation. Since moving south she’s added more tropical designs including seahorses, sand dollars and waves.

Ruth takes pride in customer service, and making the online ordering process as easy as possible while still remaining personalized. You can purchase samples of any of her invitations online, or contact her directly with any questions or for a quote.

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Fresh Delray Beach Wedding

Beach Weddings

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Today’s wedding from Kat Braman is just what we need to perk up our Thursday: a punch of yellows and blues, with a beach setting to boot! We’re blown away by the cool styling of Desiree Dawn Events and the simply striking paper goods designed by Make Merry! — we could go on and on! Luckily, the images speak for themselves, so take a gander:

yellow background portraits

florida beach weddings

From the photographer, Kat: Jen and Tim’s day was full of love, beautiful details and personalized touches. It was obvious how much family and friends meant to them and I feel so lucky to have been a part of their unique celebration. Their personalized vows included an excerpt from Edward Sharpe’s and The Magnetic Zeros “Home” and the quirky, heartfelt lyrics were such a perfect match for the two them. Tears and laughter are always my favorite part of a wedding day, and this one had plenty of both.


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green yellow ties

fingerprint guest books

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yellow succulent bouquet

florida beach weddings

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florida beach weddings

beach ceremony altars

florida beach weddings

bridesmaids in blue

florida beach weddings

beach wedding portraits

florida beach weddings

beach wedding portraits

florida beach weddings

simple table arrangements

yellow teal weddings

handkerchief stations

florida beach weddings

teal yellow cakes

florida beach weddings

bride and groom seats

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Wedding Location: Palm Beach, FL / Wedding Photographer: Kat Braman / Wedding Planner and Coordination: Desiree Dawn Events / Wedding Venue: The Seagate Hotel and Beach Club / Wedding Flowers and Lighting: Creations Production, Inc. / Wedding Dress: David’s Bridal / Hair and Makeup: Jenny Berger / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: David’s Bridal / Bridesmaids’ Accessories: Prairie Blossoms / Robes: Plum Pretty Sugar / Groom and Groomsmen’s Suits: Men’s Wearhouse / Ties: Divine Domestication / Wedding Cake and Desserts: The Sugar Monkey / DJ: 84 West Studios / Lounge Furniture: AFR / Ring Bearer Box: Forever Darling Shop / Wedding Favors: David’s Bridal / Fingerprint Tree: Your Keepsake Co. / Wedding Invitations and Paper Goods: Make Merry! / Videographer: Lovebug Productions

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Casey Brodley, Photographer

I’m not a traditional wedding photographer. My background and training is steeped in photo journalism, so that’s how I approach a wedding. My goal is to document the day, not stage it. I let moments unfold naturally, with minimal prom posing and minimal “say cheese” interference.

As a photo journalist, I come prepared for anything. Every wedding is different. I have witnessed full-grown men weep more times than I can count. I have seen smiles so wide that I’m concerned someone may burst a blood vessel. I have climbed mountains with all my gear. And this one time a sprinkler system was triggered during a ceremony.

As a wedding photographer, I walk into every job with the guarantee that I will witness pure joy. But more importantly, I walk into every job with the probability that my day will end with cake. I like to keep my cake-to-work ratio balanced. For health reasons.

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DIY Flour Aisle Runner

DIY Projects

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If you’re anything like us, then you love any high-impact decoration with little damage to your wallet. That’s precisely what Sweet Sunday Events has produced for her Print and Pattern styled shoot with EE Photography, a striking geometric design made out of flour! The ideas for different patterns are absolutely endless, so read on to see how to make your very own:

flour aisle runner


For this project you will need:
-Flour
-Wrapping paper
-Utility Knife or scissors
-Cutting mat or cardboard
-Pencil

flour diy tutorial

Prep work: Begin by unrolling and laying out the wrapping paper flat. Cut the paper to the correct length of your aisle. Once you have decided on a design for your aisle, begin to draw it out on the paper. We chose a tribal print with easy triangle cut outs for a simpler, clean design.

After you have your design drawn on the paper, place cardboard or cutting mat underneath the paper to protect the surface you are using. Using the utility knife, follow the design you have mapped out and remove all unwanted paper remains.

flour diy tutorial

Ready to use: Lay your completed paper runner down on the ground and begin sprinkling flour in the cutouts. You may choose to use a flour sifter for a more controlled application.

flour diy tutorial

flour diy tutorial

Once you have sprinkled flour in all cutouts, slowly and carefully remove the paper runner to avoid excess flour from tarnishing the design you have created.

diy flour art


Ta-da! With that, you have your very own DIY flour runner, perfect for any part of your wedding ceremony, reception, or any event that just needs a little jazzing up!

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ARTE DE VIE

Husband and wife wedding photographers based in New Orleans, Paris and destination locations. We love documenting emotion across the globe, family and best friends, yummy food and delicious wine!

As romantics at heart, we really strive to capture a romantic and timeless look in all of our photographs. We think when you look at your images now, or 20 years from now, they should evoke a sense of romance, real life, real love and who you are at this stage of your relationship. We also realize the details that go into making your wedding unique and reflective of your personalities are important too. You can rely on us to capture those details as story-telling elements on your wedding day. Our style can best be described as classically modern.

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