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Posted By Marlise Torres on May 28, 2012 at 5:03AM

Wedding Kimono

September Wedding -- Classic Country

Posted By Juliana Anderson Wilkins on May 1, 2012 at 8:04AM





My wedding was in September of 2011. I planned the colors/theme around our venue, a log cabin structure on a bend in the river. I wanted colors that       were timeless and reflected the season. The first photo is an inspiration board I put together for the wedding, and the others are photos of the wedding itself.

Wonderland Themed Ranch Wedding

Posted By Chandra Hicks on Apr 28, 2012 at 9:20AM

My now husband Andy and I are fascinated by the whimsical and fantasy. We already had a beautiful setting at Calimigos Ranch in Malibu, Ca and so it did not take much decorating to embellish it. All the invitations, programs, table numbers, and escort cards were DIY by me. The lovely photography was done by Flutter Glass Photography.

Moroccan accents, peacock feathers and jewel tones

Posted By Melissa Carlstedt on Apr 14, 2012 at 12:35PM

For my July 2010 wedding, I wanted to do something with peacock feathers.  While peacocks are native to South Asia, they are known to inhabit other areas and so I settled on the mystique of Morocco as a backdrop to feature beautiful peacock feathers and their gorgeous jewel tones.

Hindu mythology associates peacocks with the god Lakshmi. The feathers thus represent his qualities: kindness, patience and good fortune.  Feathers are also a symbol of renewal.  While many cultures view the symbolism of peacocks and peacock feathers differently, I chose to use them simply because of their beauty.


Purple and Green Flowers From Bride to Flower Girl to Ring Bearer

Posted By Stacia Firestone Firestone on Apr 5, 2012 at 12:29PM

These are inspiration pics used to create my flowers connecting me to my twin niece and nephew who will be the Flower Girl and Ring Bearer.

Bridal Bouquet

Flower Girl Purse

Ring Bearer Pillow

A Flower Tier Cake

Posted By Stacia Firestone Firestone on Apr 3, 2012 at 10:59AM

The hostesses for my bridal shower surprised me with a flower cake. Each table had part of the flower cake as the table centerpiece and then during the desserts, it was assembled to look like a wedding cake. I loved the final look of this cake, even though it was strictly for show, and nobody could sample it since it was made out of flowers.

A Modern Spring Wedding

Posted By Stacia Firestone Firestone on Apr 3, 2012 at 10:46AM

I'm getting married in less than a month (eeks!), and we're having our ceremony and reception at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco. I was inspired by the modern design of the ballroom, and decided to warm the space with deep shades of purple and light green to bring about a Spring feeling for our April wedding. Also,I was able to incorporate my love for orchids by having the flower represented throughout our wedding from the bridal bouquet to the ring bearer's pillow to the decor on our presentation cake.

Favors that Multitask

Posted By Angela Elias on Apr 2, 2012 at 1:43PM

For our California farm wedding, I wanted favors that enhanced the laid back country vibe of the event. I also wanted them to be useful during and after the wedding, and I didn't want to spend a fortune. Hence, the dolled up mason jar favors, which guests filled with signature drinks like aguas frescas, margaritas, and lime water.

Wrapping strands of ribbon in coral, peach, and pink hues around the jars and adding striped gray paper straws allowed us to tie in our wedding colors. Craft paper tags hanging from the ribbons contained names and table numbers so that guests could easily find their seats after grabbing a cool drink. Straw woven boxes filled with lids were placed at the end of the tables that held the mason jars so that guests could re-purpose the jars after the wedding. The stress-free favors were a hit! Since the wedding last Summer, I've used the leftover jars for everything from pickling vessels to flower vases.

Share Your Wedding Style in Our New Community Group

Posted By Angela Elias on Apr 2, 2012 at 1:09PM

Whether you're recently engaged, in the final stages of wedding planning, or have already tied the knot, you'd probably agree that the design elements of a wedding play an essential role. With boundless resources for inspiration available, we're betting that CasaSugar readers are planning — or have implemented — some amazing decor for their weddings.

Share all of your planned or finished decor and DIYs in the Wedding Decor and DIYs group. We see it as a vehicle for swapping ideas, organizing visuals, and sharing details of your wedding with family, friends, and the rest of the Wedding Decor and DIYs community.

Posts can run the gamut of everything related to wedding design and decor. Subjects can include, but aren't limited to, topics such as:

  • DIY decor
  • Centerpieces
  • Tablescapes
  • Florals
  • Venues
  • Stationery suites
  • Signage
  • Furniture
  • Photobooths
  • Cake toppers

If you've just gotten hitched and would like your wedding to be featured on CasaSugar, let us know! We're looking forward to being a part of the creative process and seeing the vision of your wedding come to fruition. Share inspiration in the new Wedding Decor and DIYs group now!


No-Effort Wedding Decor: Peacocks!

Posted By Elka Karl on Apr 2, 2012 at 1:01PM

At a friend's wedding in Austin, TX, the decor was minimal, since the site, a local historic park, was so picturesque. The most interesting part of the decor? The peacocks that strolled through the grounds of the park.

The peacocks were surprisingly tame and non-invasive, and they kept everyone from grandmothers to toddlers engaged. The bridesmaids at the wedding all wore peacock feather headbands or haircombs for the ceremony, inspired by the on-site birds.

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