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Good for: Modern summer wedding themes
Strategies for pulling it off: Allow the blossoms do most of the speaking with this particular palette so your guests are not overwhelmed by shade, by featuring straightforward table settings, accent mirrors and white backdrops.
Good for: Year round indoor or outdoor wedding themes
Hints for pulling it away: With such a color combo that is versatile, lean on seasonal weather and your place to inspire the decor. Be skeptical of trying to pull off this soft colour combo in a venue that is decked out in dark colours (think: carpet and wallpaper) You might end up spending more on decor than initially planned!
Good for: State summer wedding themes
Hints for pulling it away: Sharp, personalized details such as a custom invitation design, monograms and distinctive fashions (read: that adorable navy and yellow striped bow tie!) bring this preppy wedding colour combo down to earth and give it a thoroughly grown-up spin.
Good for: Refined autumn wedding subjects
Strategies for pulling it off: The noble Spanish vibe that comes from this color combo is accentuated by traditional wedding components, like a tall, tiered cake and classic place settings, complete with place cards chargers and gold -rimmed glassware.
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This really is the conventional alternative for the wedding recessional. This grand organ piece is certainly all about the high drama, so is ideal to larger or religious venues.
Frequently known as Here Comes The Bride, this piece of classical music is the conventional choice for the procession of the bride, and is usually played on an electric organ. We’ve chosen a slightly more modern arrangement by Vicente Avella on classical piano – that manner you'll be able to keep the component of tradition without the play!
If you would like a contemporary song but aren’t certain what kind of thing to really go for, then we think this a great option. The tune and lyrics are both lovely, as well as the tempo isn’t too quick for a processional.
For something slightly different, you can’t beat this stunning ukelele cover – it’s sure to get everyone smiling!
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With a boatload of drinks, ensure your guests are kept cool for summer brides.
By setting up a place where guests can sit and mingle make good use of all the outside space you've.
Old cupboards painted to match your colour palette would make lemonade stands that are great.
For your destination wedding, try draping your canopy with white linens to produce an elegant mood.
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Hire a photographer to capture your proposal, but tell your partner you have won a romantic couple's photo shoot. Get dressed up and propose mid-shoot, and follow it up with an intimate engagement shoot.
Decide the perfect place to propose and have a photographer conceal someplace discreet. After your suggestion, your photographer can snap some posed photographs also.
Tell your fiance-to-be that you've been selected for a couple's "casting call" at a studio, then propose in front of the cameras.
Pull off a tiny fake out by asking for your partner's ring size in clear ways (bringing home a ring graph is one). When they accuse you of destroying the surprise that you just are searching for a ring, say, "Okay, try this one instead."
Cut out the bottom of a huge fridge carton, wrap it with pretty paper and ribbon, and attach a card that says, "What Is inside the box is a present to last an eternity." Then, "deliver" yourself to your soon-to-be fiance's doorsill.
Make the ring the surprise in a box of Cracker Jack or in a Kinder Egg.
Reenact the scene of their favorite romantic movie. Go for the end of the movie: Rent a white limo, if it's Pretty Woman and climb through the sunroof with flowers in hand as you arrive at her place, to proclaim your love.
Add a custom proposal "tune" to their go to playlist on iTunes, or record an unexpected proposal podcast.
Have a friend take pictures of you with posters that say, "will," "you," "wed" and "me?" Then make plans to meet up in a special place, and before you arrive, text the pictures in order. When the last message goes through, show up and get down on one knee.
Leave a clue together with the internet address written on it, and produce a web page declaring your love and proposal —do not say a word. Following the proposal, announce the good news by sending the link to friends and loved ones.
Set up a live-stream channel (on Ustream.tv) and encourage all your relatives and buddies to see the proposal reside from wherever you choose to pop the question!
Rake the leaves in her or his yard to spell out your proposal.
During the holidays, use outdoor string lights to write out, "Will you marry me?" on the very front of your house, apartment or yard. Station your relatives and buddies in secret inside and produce an excuse to linger out front. Then have someone flip the switch to reveal the message.
Build a scene of a snowman and tell your soon-to-be-fiance to look outside. When they see the snowman, get down on one knee.
Write, "Will you marry me?" on the bottom of a kite and take flight on a breezy day.