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I love the new trend of bridesmaids in skirts instead of dresses. This look works well for both casual and formal weddings, depending on the skirt. Green Wedding Shoes has a great article with tips on getting your bridesmaids looking wedding-ready in pretty skirts.
This minty green tulle skirt would look great with a white silk blouse.
In leui of a the traditional bouquet, consider carrying one giant paper bloom. Makes more of a statement than regular flowers and is considerably less expensive as well.Find these pretty poppies at House That Built Lars.
While you are on that site, take a look at all the other pretty paper flower decorations the offer.
A paper ring for your bridesmaids.
A paper boutonniere for your guy.
A pretty Scandanavian background for you to stand in front of during the ceremony.
I also love this flow and kite alter designed by Jesi Haack.
Add fun and whimsy to your wedding photos with giant balloons! The example below has attached some festive fringe for texture and color.
These stop-motion videos are such a fun alternative to regular paper Save The Dates!
This linen topper is great for dressing up your wedding or bridal shower linens. Learn to make this DIY linen topper at Martha Stewart Weddings.
Ready Go Paper Studio makes these cute wedding cake toppers that can be personalized to look like you and your groom!
Build anticipation for your moment down the aisle by having a young member of your family hold a “Here Comes The Bride” sign.
Instructions to DIY can be found at Martha Stewart Weddings
It’s reversible! “And they lived happily ever after” for your exit out.
This burlap sign has a natural vintage feel.
Cute and whimsical!