Elaine and Ronnie’s Fall Wedding at Glendalough Manor!

Elaine and Ronnie were wed on a beautiful Fall afternoon at Glendalough Manor on October 2, 2016!

Thank you to Katie Snyder for the lovely photos.

Enjoy!

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Paper Cranes and 7 Ways To Use Them In Your Wedding!

Paper cranes have grown in popularity as an addition to wedding decor perhaps due to their symbolism.  Since Ancient China, the crane bird has and continues to represent eternal happiness and youth.  Who wouldn’t want that as part of their wedding day?!  As themes are starting to disappear, we are seeing more couples focusing on achieving an overall feeling for their special day rather than sticking to a certain color scheme or played out theme.  Blending different ideas, cultures, decor and hands on elements is a great way to make your wedding represent who you are as a couple!

Here are 7 fantastic and beautiful ways to incorporate paper cranes into your wedding decor.

Happy Planning and Pinning!

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A few paper cranes over the centerpieces or an extravagant crane chandelier!

 

 

 

 

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The perfect place card display!

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A stunning back drop!

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Use love stories!

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Pretty paper from the craft store for a vibrant look!

Wedding Hair 2013: Floral Head Crown

If you are want flowers in your hair for your wedding, consider wearing them as a floral head crown!  Although this trend is not for every bride, it is the perfect look for a bride wanting an ultra romantic and ethereal appearance. I especially love this look for an outside garden wedding.   This trend began on the runways and has caught on in Hollywood and now in the wedding industry.

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Floral head crowns can be delicate and made with small flowers and greenery.

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Or for a bold look use larger flowers and a larger quantity of flowers.  You can even add some feathers or jewelry to make it even more unique.

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Ask your florist to use some of the same flowers that are in your bouquet or the same color flowers to ensure everything matches perfectly.

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Most brides will wear their hair down with soft waves or in a side braid as the perfect compliment to the floral crown.

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If you like this look but unsure about wearing a floral crown, consider having the bridesmaids wear them in their hair.

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Would you wear a floral head crown?  Hate this trend or love it?

We want to know so leave us your comments!

Happy Planning!