reception decor

15 Essential Signs to Have at your Wedding

Thursday, February 25th, 2016 | Filed under: reception planning, wedding planning, wedding receptions, Wedding Signs | author: By Keith Sly,    

15 Essential Signs to Have at your WeddingWedding signs add a personal touch to your NJ wedding, welcoming your guests to your big day, directing them to the events of your ceremony and reception, sharing your wedding menu and drink offerings, and – most importantly – adding your voice and your personalities to the day. Wedding signs have become a top wedding trend for 2016, and many couples design their wedding signs so that they can take them home from their wedding venue after the celebration to display them in their homes.

You’ve likely seen plenty of wedding signs on Pinterest, Instagram and on top wedding blogs, so you’re already inspired by some of the most cleverly-worded wedding signs, romantic wedding signs, and enticing signature drink signs. You can make these as wedding DIY projects, order them from talented Etsy wedding artists, or even borrow signs from your recently married friends as valuable wedding freebies. However you plan to acquire and display your wedding signs, we have some ideas on where and how to display them at your wedding:
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Second look for The Wedding Reception

Thursday, August 2nd, 2012 | Filed under: Party Planning, reception planning, wedding ceremony, Wedding Cocktail Party, Wedding Décor, Wedding etiquette, wedding ideas, wedding photography, wedding planning | author: By Keith Sly,    
Gown and Accessory Trends

Gown and Accessory Trends

Inspired by celebrity wedding trends, today’s brides wear not one wedding dress, but two or more, changing from a ceremony dress into a chic, stylish dress for the reception. At our wedding venue, we’ve seen brides wear cultural wedding dresses for the ceremony, then change into either a traditional wedding dress or shorter, sleeker dress for the reception.

Here are some additional 2nd-Looks for your wedding reception, garden wedding, or cocktail party wedding:

  • Go romantic and lacy with your first wedding dress, then change into a sparkly dress suitable for the nighttime reception lighting.
  • Wear a sleek, fitted wedding dress for the ceremony, then change into a dress that’s easier to dance in for the reception.
  • Wear a traditional white wedding dress for the ceremony, then change into a colorful dress for the reception.
  • Wear a traditional wedding headpiece and veil for the ceremony, then remove it and change into a tiara or jeweled hairclips for the reception Read more…

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