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How to overcome the pre-wedding depression

31 Jul 2016 Posted by trubridal in Wedding Ideas

Do not spoil one of the most important days in your life with unnecessary worries

From early childhood most of us dream of a white dress and a big wedding. For some women, however, this becomes an obsession. If you are of that type of brides know that it is your obsession about this topic that prevents you from being completely happy and enjoy the preparations for the wedding. There are several ways that will help to overcome the pre-wedding depression. Here they are:

How to overcome the pre-wedding depression

  1. Finances

Finances can be a major cause for depression before the wedding, especially if the bride and groom pay all costs. Therefore, together with your fiancé discuss the budget of the wedding. Arrange your priorities and know that no matter how much you want to have a wedding like a Hollywood star, this is not the most important.


  1. Parents

Can you think of the movies “Meet the Parents” and “Meet the Fockers”? You probably already know what we mean. If the parents help with money for the wedding, almost always they want to participate more actively in its planning and exhibit their claims. And this can really be frustrating and depressing. Best talk to them and tell them where the line is. And in order everybody to be happy – think of some task for them with which to engage.

  1. Panic

Sometimes even the thought of the big day can make you anxious and panicked. You may have trouble sleeping. It is best to relax, listen to relaxing music for example. Keep your body and eat healthy food. If you are panicked, this would not help for the wedding – rather it can only spoil the day. Think positive, and everything will be fine. If you can not handle the preparations yourself, contact a wedding agency or relatives and friends to help you.

  1. Anger

When you are depressed the world always looks worse than it is and you much more often find reasons to be sad or angry. Sometimes even doubts sneak in as those that you are not ready for marriage or that the man is not right for you. You are facing a serious responsibility and your life is changing, it is normal to feel that way. Try not to think about these things, look how many happy married couples are there around you and draw on their expertise.

  1. Appearance

Every woman wants to be the most incredible and most beautiful in this special for her day. Be sure that you will be pretty. Which woman who is loved and happy is not beautiful? Make an appointment for the spa salon and let others take care of you.

Curious wedding facts

31 Jul 2016 Posted by trubridal in Wedding Ideas

Curious wedding facts

The wedding bouquet. For the ancient Greeks and Romans, the bouquet was a mixture of garlic, herbs and grains. The garlic was meant to protect from evil spirits, the herbs and the grains were to provide fertility. In ancient Poland, it was believed that if the wedding bouquet was sprinkled with sugar, it will sweeten the wedding day and the couple’s family life.


The wedding cake. The cake has always played the capital role of the wedding celebration. The ancient Romans broke the cake over the bride’s head in order to symbolize fertility and abundance. Some other cultures put wheat, flour or cake on the bride’s head and then ate the rest of it. The British had a tradition to give cookies to all wedding guests. In the Middle Ages, the guests brought little cakes to the wedding celebration and put them on a separated table – the bride and the groom stood on both sides of the table and kissed each other. A young baker decided to unite all the small cakes and this is the way the idea of a multiple layer wedding cake was born.


The dress. Traditionally, brides wore white Wedding Dresses. In XVIII century, brides put on their most beautiful dress on their wedding day. In the Middle Ages, red was the main color for Wedding Dresses. Some brides wore different colored dresses – blue meant constancy and green – youth. In time, white earned the title – clarity. Nowadays, white is a symbol of the wedding and it is worn even by brides that are not getting married for the first time.


Honey moon. The groom used to kidnap the bride and hide her from her family and the whole town. The bride and the groom spent a month together and drank mead in order to keep the love between them burning. Here is how the inscription “honey moon” was created. Nowadays, honey moon is the time after the wedding when the newly married couple isolate themselves from the entire world and spends some time alone with each other.


The kiss. The first kiss that the partners share with each other in the end of the wedding ceremony, has a special meaning through the centuries. Many cultures believe that the spirits of the bride and the groom become one with the first kiss.


The ring. The wedding ring is traditionally worn on the ring finger on the left hand, because it is believed that there is a vain, which is connected directly to the heart. Among the English speaking cultures, the wedding ring continues to be worn on this finger.


The veil. Mystery and romance hide behind the veil for a thousand years. At first, the veil served as a protection for the bride from potential dangers. The more romantic interpretation is that the hidden things are more valuable and the bride’s face is more valuable when it’s hidden under the veil. The veil is also a symbol of youth and clarity.

How To Plan A Right Royal Wedding!

29 Jul 2016 Posted by trubridal in Wedding Ideas

If you’ve always hankered after a princess-style wedding, then this year’s Brides The Show has everything you’ll need to make it a truly royal – and memorable – event.

Hugo Burnand


Created by the team behind Condé Nast Brides magazine, Brides The Show features over 130 exhibitors, and this year’s show is crammed with royal appointments guaranteed to fulfill every bride’s dream. Here’s our right royal run-down of what not to miss:

The royal photographer

Kate and Wills’ wedding photographer, Hugo Burnand – who is also Tatler magazine’s society pages snapper – has curated a one-off exhibition of wedding images especially for Brides The Show. He will also be appearing in conversation, spilling all the juicy the secrets behind Kate and Williams’ wedding shoot, as well as advising brides-to-be about how to get the best bridal shots. Plus one lucky couple will also get the chance to win an engagement portrait with Hugo!

The royal couturier

Jenny Packham is the Duchess of Cambridge’s designer du jour, and she will presenting an exclusive catwalk show at Brides The Show on the opening night only (tickets are still available). Packham, the queen of red-carpet glamour, will be on hand to talk about her designs and one lucky bride-to-be will even have the chance to win a Jenny Packham bridal gown, worth £3000!

The royal make-up artist

A favoured brand of the Duchess of Cambridge, Bobbi Brown’s subtle make-up is a must-have for brides to be. Hannah Martin, their PRO Artist for the UK & Ireland created Zara Phillips wedding look for her big day, and will be dishing out beauty advice – as well as free Bobbi Brown products! TBC – at Brides The Show.

The (mini) royal fashionista

Children’s designer Nicki McFarlane will be at Brides The Show, and is the go-to to give your minis a royal make-over. Themother and daughter duo designed the mini-maid dresses for William and Kate’s 2011 nuptials – who can forget little Grace von Cutsem, Lady Louise Windsor and Margarita Armstrong-Jones in their pretty silk flower-girl outfits?

The royal venue

Want to recreate your very own royal love story? Then book one of The Historic Royal Palaces. Venues include The Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace and London residence of Wills and Kate, the gorgeous Kensington Palace – come to the Show and book your dream venue. More of an outdoorsy bride?The Royal Botanical Garden Kew is also exhibiting at Brides The Show and offers a gorgeous backdrop for any wedding day.

The royal stamp of approval (literally)

Make your wedding feel like a royal affair right from the very start with Piccolo Press. Stationers to the Royal family, The Royal Society and the House of Lords and House of Commons. Alternatively,there’s The Wren Press, which earned itself a Royal Warrant in 2013. Heavily involved in the 60th anniversary coronation festival for Queen Elizabeth II, invites from The Wren Press are bound to impress your guests from the off.

The royal florist

Florist Zita Elze created a bouquet of flowers specifically for the Queen in celebration of the Alan Titchmarsh show, ‘The Queens Garden’ that aired in 2014. Could your wedding bouquet feel any more royal than knowing it was created by one of the Queen’s chosen florists?

The royal gift-list

Check out Wedgwood’s stand at Brides The Show for crockery and cutlery fit for a queen. Since the marriage of Queen Charlotte to George III in 1761, every British monarchy has had a Wedgwood collection. Time to give your gift-list a regal upgrade?

Wedding Events/Feast of Raynald Fossoway and Ceryse Hightower

28 Jul 2016 Posted by Guest in Wedding Ideas

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Gunthor Hightower had seen his share of weddings, but he had to admit none were more beautiful than this. His daughter looked especially beautiful in her cream dress adorned with emerald green jewels down the back, and Ser Raynald Fossoway looked particularly handsome in a fine velvet emerald green doublet to match. They were a perfect couple and a perfect match. The night was brilliant, as well. The stars were brightly lit outside, Gunthor could see out the window, the gods clearly looking down as the couples said their vows.


The ceremony was simple, but elegant. His daughter stood on the dais, her hands interlaced with her soon-to-be husband’s as the Septon said his words. He could see tears well up in her eyes, but she held her composure as befit a lady of the Reach, and eventually Lady of New Barrel. Ser Raynald, meanwhile, was the pinnacle of honor and virtue. He kept eye contact with his daughter, repeated the Septon’s words, and very politely kissed her when the vows were done. Gunthor must be honest, he had his doubts about the match that Otto arranged at first, but it was clear that Raynald was a good man, and that was no clearer than how he treated his daughter during the ceremony.


The High Table was made up of the two marrying families in addition to bride and groom. From the Hightowers of Sunhouse came Lord Gunthor, Alyssa, and their children: Otto, Addam and his wife Lyanna, and Alicent. From the Fossoways there was Addam and his wife Aemma, as well as Mira and her husband Horatio. The high table was set in front of the great hall in front of the arrangement of tables. The appetizer course was an assortment of apples, blood oranges, pomegranates, plums, olives, dragon peppers, olives, and turnips. The main course was roast boar caught just before the ceremony glazed in honey and spices. After the feast, the tables would be cleared away for dancing.

I’ve decided that it’s actively rude to bring your kids to a wedding! Argh!!! Feel free to change my view

28 Jul 2016 Posted by Guest in Wedding Ideas

I’m probably being completely unfair here, but i’m stressed and have decided to voice my unpopular opinion. I have decided that even if somebody’s wedding isn’t specifically a “child-free” wedding, parents should still try their hardest to leave the kids at home/with a babysitter/family member rather than bringing them along. UNLESS it’s a super child-friendly wedding with lots of other kids, activities, etc.

At a regular wedding, I actually can’t see a single reason why it would be fun for anybody to bring your young kids along when 95% of the other guests are adults. As far as I see it, the only benefit of bringing your kids is so that you don’t have to organise a babysitter. There are just a multitude of reasons why bringing your kids will suck for a) the parents, b) the kids, c) the bride and groom, 4) everybody else there.

  • Parents have to spend the whole night worrying about their kids, dealing with their behaviour, and keeping an eye on them in general.
  • They probably have to leave early so the kids can go to bed.
  • They probably can’t drink much, because, kids. Probably can’t dance much because, watching the kids.
  • There is great risk of the kids being disruptive during the ceremony, speeches, etc.
  • The children will most likely be bored out of their minds.
  • The bride and groom have to either make special arrangements for food, or accept paying for meals that fussy kids won’t want to eat.
  • Unless there is a “kids table” at dinner, (which in itself would probably be mayhem), you have to subject other child-free people to sitting at a table that includes other people’s annoying kids.

I am in general fine with kids, and we don’t want our wedding to be strictly “child-free” because everybody is having to travel to be there and stay the weekend etc. I wouldn’t want that to be a deal breaker for people that are important to us. But it just surprised me that nobody with kids thought to ask whether we were OK with the kids coming, they just assumed it would be fine. Or that they didn’t even try and work out a way of coming without the kids. Don’t they see that’s it’s just bad news for everybody?

Currently my main concern is tables. I don’t want anybody who has done us the service of leaving their kids at home to have to share with somebody who did bring their kids. It seems unfair. And I feel like it’s also unfair for somebody without kids to have to put up with a bunch of kids at their table. I don’t want a designated “kids table” because it would be chaotic, and the kids aren’t quite old enough to sort foody stuff out themselves (i’m talking like, 4 year olds). I feel like I have to put all the families with kids together, even though that may end up as a table of only 4 adults and like 8 kids. Its the only solution I can think of.

End rant.

Rustic Lavender and Lace Wedding Tablescape

28 Jul 2016 Posted by trubridal in Wedding Ideas

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding Tablescape

A theme truly sets the mood for a wedding and this Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding Tablescape is no exception. With a palette of lavender and lilac and a mix of soft, feminine lace alongside natural burlap details, this Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding will have you swooning and ready to say “I Do”!

What You’ll Need:

  • Kraft Lace Favor Box
  • Purple Jordan Almonds
  • Burlap Mini Drawstring Bags
  • White Lace Ribbon
  • Lilac Votive Holders
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Lilac High Count Cutlery Set
  • Natural Jute Cording
  • Lace Printed Cake Bags
  • Lace Paper Lanterns
  • Lilac Paper Lanterns
  • Burlap Print Paper Lanterns
  • Mr. & Mrs. Chair Signs
  • Lace Die Cut Place Cards
  • Quart Mason Jars
  • Ball Jelly Jars
  • Large Unfinished Wood Slices
  • Burlap & Lace Dinner Plates
  • Lavender Square Dessert Plates
  • Burlap & Lace Luncheon Napkins
  • Burlap Circles
  • Large Wooden Plaque
  • Purple Patterned Champagne Flutes
  • Lilac Tablecloth
  • Rectangle White Lace Tablecloth
  • Personalized Burlap Table Runner

Creating the Look:

Creating this Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding Tablescape was a dream using the vast array of gorgeous products offered by Oriental Trading! Their selection allowed us to not only pick from their fabulous wedding decor, but create a few new pieces of DIY decor that are simple and stylish; the perfect combination for any bride!

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding

We layered our table linens by using the Lilac Tablecloth as a base and the Rectangle White Lace Tablecloth as an overlay. This allowed the beautiful lilac color to peek through this vintage inspired linen. The Personalized Burlap Table Runner added the perfect natural touch to the outfitted table. Each place setting consisted of a Lace Die Cut Place Card,Burlap & Lace Dinner PlateLavender Square Dessert Plate, a Burlap Circle wrapped in White Lace Ribbon and topped with our DIY Cookie favor Box; house in lovely Kraft lace Favor Boxes

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding

Our DIY Lace Utensils incorporated the Lilac High Count Cutlery Set; was wrapped in White Lace Ribbonand placed on a Burlap & Lace Luncheon Napkin.

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding

We served our Lavender Lemonade in Purple Patterned Champagne Flutes atop Large Unfinished Wood Slices.

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding

Our centerpiece decor included a rustic wooden crate full of floral filled Quart Mason Jars and Ball Jelly Jars; a mix of Quart Mason Jars and Ball Jelly Jars adorned with Burlap Circles and White Lace Ribbon and filled with fresh baby’s breath atop Large Wooden Plaques; our DIY Floral Votive Candle Holders and Lilac Votive Holders.

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding

We loved adding our DIY Floral Chair Adornment to the beautiful, gold Chivari chairs. They were the perfect accompaniment to the rustic Mr. & Mrs. Chair Signs.

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding

Our dessert cart was home to a gorgeous, rustic naked cake topped with ivory and purple macarons and fresh flowers and greens. A display of lilac forks were placed in a White Lace Ribbon adorned Ball Jelly Jarand sat beside our display of DIY Burlap & Lace Favor Bags filled with Purple Jordan Almonds atop Lace Printed Cake Bag. It was made even more gorgeous with an array of Lace Paper Lanterns, Lilac Paper Lanterns and Burlap Print Paper Lanterns.

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding

Rustic Lavender & Lace Wedding

A Modern Inspired Bridal Shower

28 Jul 2016 Posted by trubridal in Wedding Ideas

Modern Bridal Shower Ideas

We’re heading into wedding season and now is the time for lots of bridal showers to plan! If you are planning a bridal shower and need some ideas on what to do, then this post is for you! Today I’m going to share with you my ideas on hosting a modern bridal shower with a trendy color palette of black and white stripes, aqua, pink and gold! To make it even more fun, I’ve given it a “Charmed” theme including charmed flowerpot DIY decor and fun charm bracelet guest activities.

What You’ll Need:

  • Goldtone Inspiring Charms Expandable Bracelets
  • Goldtone Fun Charms
  • Goldtone Word Charms
  • Gold Baker’s Twine
  • DIY Ceramic Flowerpots
  • Goldtone Fun Connectors
  • Gold, Aqua and Pink Napkins
  • Round Metallic Gold Dinner Plates
  • Black Striped Square Dessert Plates
  • Clear Bottle Vases
  • Gold Foil Striped Paper Lanterns
  • Black Striped Paper Lanterns
  • Mint Green Striped Paper Lanterns
  • Gold Caramel Chocolate Balls
  • Black & Gold Glitter Wedding Craft Bags
  • Glass Jar Set
  • Clear Candy Scoop Set
  • Mini Black Striped Popcorn Boxes
  • Black Candy-Coated Chocolates
  • White Candy-Coated Chocolates


Setting Up The Party

It can sometimes be intimidating to host a party in your home, but if you use these tips, it’s easier than you think. TIP: Use the furniture you already have in your home to create party stations. Here I used a few bar carts I have around my house to set up a Popcorn Mix-In Bar, Charmed Craft Table and Mini Dessert Table. If you don’t have bar carts, you could also set up party stations on sofa tables, bookcases and counters. Use your dining table as the party’s main seating area and you’re all set!

Decorating The Shower

When decorating your shower, first decide on a theme and color palette. This is my favorite part of planning any party. I normally start with an inspiration piece and when my friends at Oriental Trading challenged me to design a bridal around this set of 2-sided gold, aqua and pink napkins, I was all in! I now had my inspiration for the shower’s color palette. To give the shower a modern feel, I decided to add a bold pattern of black and white stripes to the design which is very on trend right now. Then I did what we all love to do…I scoured Oriental Trading’s website for fabulous tableware to go with the napkins for an amazing place setting like these gold metallic paper dinner plates and black and white square dessert plates.

Gold Aqua Black and White Partyware

To add some pop and sparkle to the dining table (every girl needs a little sparkle, right?) I decided to use an aqua sequin tablecloth and a bold black and white striped table runner I already own. Place gold mintand black and white striped paper lanterns all around the party space that match the shower’s colors. This is such an easy and inexpensive way to add a festive touch to any party space.

Next, it’s all about layering to create a dynamic place setting. I started with a sparkly gold place mat then topped it with aqua chargers, gold round dinner plates, a square black and white striped plate then topped it with the square dessert napkin. I also placed a pink and gold napkin topped with gold cutlery at each place setting. How amazing does this look? TIP: Disposable cutlery, napkins and plates paired with higher end items like charger plates and linen gives your table a chic “look for less”!

Black White Gold and Aqua Party SuppliesModern Bridal Shower Placesetting

DIY Charmed Flowerpot Centerpiece

Next, it’s time to design the centerpieces for the table. I love how this set of clear bottle vases look paired with a single flower in each. Since the main centerpiece has some height to it, I decided to pair it with shorter complimentary centerpieces to fill out the table. Here I thought it would be fun to create “charmed flower pots” to keep with the “Charmed” theme.

DIY Charmed Flowerpots

Bridal Shower Flower Vase Centerpiece

Aqua Flower Arrangements

Modern Bridal Shower Dining Table 2

Bridal Shower Flower Centerpiece

Charmed Shower Craft Activity & Favors

Give your guests a fun craft activity that everyone can do at the shower and then take home with them. Set all the craft supplies up on a table to add additional decor to your shower. Guests made their own charmed flower pots and charm bracelets. You can check out my DIY post here for a shopping list and instructions on what you’ll need to make these gorgeous charm bracelets.

Paper Lantern Bridal Shower Decorations

DIY Charmed Gold Flowerpots

Bridal Shower Charm Bracelet Craft Activity

Bridal Shower Craft - Gold Charm Bracelets

Gold Charm Bracelet Party Favor

Set Up Snack and Dessert Stations

Be sure to have a variety of sweet treats for your guests to enjoy during the party. One of my favorite & easy snack ideas to whip up for a party are these Sweet & Salty Popcorn Mix-Ins. Setting up a mini dessert station is super easy with these small apothecary style glass jar set, clear candy scoops and candy from Oriental Trading. The jars are smaller than normal size apothecary jars which makes them more economical when setting up a mini dessert station. Fill the jars with candy like these gold caramel chocolate balls that match your shower’s decor. Don’t forget to have take home bags available for your guests to carry their flower pots and take home sweet treats in. How amazing are these black & gold glitter wedding bags? They fit with the shower’s decor perfectly!

Bridal Shower Popcorn Bar

Black and White Striped Popcorn Boxes

Bridal Shower Dessert Table

Gold Caramel Chocolate Balls

Pink and Gold Cupcakes

Apothecary Candy Jars

Gold and Aqua Napkins

I hope this post has given you a lot of ideas for your next bridal shower.

Photography and styling by Tonya Coleman.


27 Jul 2016 Posted by trubridal in Wedding Ideas
Kate + Ben’s wedding embodies effortless charm and elegance. Replete with sparkling Bridesmaids gowns and a truly stunning backdrop, this celebration — photographed by A Visual Anthology — strikes the balance between Gatsby glamour and the warmth of a backyard wedding.

Dreamy South African Orchard Wedding

27 Jul 2016 Posted by trubridal in Wedding Ideas

Vanilla Photography

Jadine and Byron were surrounded by soft petals, gorgeous light, and loved ones for their dreamy South African orchard wedding. It’s clear that this couple is so in love, and the elements of their wedding reflect that sweet tenderness the newlyweds share. From a peony bridal bouquet to sequin Bridesmaids dresses, Bron Fourie of Vanilla Photography captured the wedding details that make Jadine and Byron’s affair unforgettable.

The Couple: Jadine and Byron

The Wedding: The Litchi Orchard, Salt Rock, South Africa

Vanilla Photography

Vanilla Photography

Vanilla Photography

Vanilla Photography

Vanilla Photography

Vanilla Photography

The Moment: “Seeing each other for the first time was such a special moment – cheesy we know. We loved everything about our wedding and will cherish the memories forever.

Vanilla Photography

Vanilla Photography

Vanilla Photography

Vanilla Photography

Vanilla Photography

Vanilla Photography


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Vanilla Photography

Vanilla Photography

Vanilla Photography


Vanilla Photography

Vanilla Photography

The Inspiration: “Jadine is absolutely addicted to Pinterest and I think she planned her whole wedding before she had been proposed to. We wanted it to be fun, memorable and full of things we love. From the ceremony to the garden party and the reception, we tried to make it as personal and as much of a representation of us. We wanted a rustic feel with an elegant twist, we used raw woods, blush and gold/champagne tones with a lot of candle light to set the mood. Our special day turned out to be better than we imagined.

Vanilla Photography

Vanilla Photography

Vanilla Photography

Vanilla Photography

The Couple Recommends: “We could not have asked for a more professional talented group of people that made our wedding so perfect. You can see the photos, they speak for themselves, these women involved are far too good at what they do. Thank you for making our day so special and unforgettable.

Vanilla Photography

Vanilla Photography

The Wedding Team:

Photography – Vanilla Photography
Venue – The Litchi Orchard
Event Coordination – Adore Weddings and Events
Floral Design – Adore Weddings and Events
Catering – JDS Events
Cake – Lemon Canary
Officiant – Bruce Hughes
DJ – Greig Lupke
Live Band – Gareth Purchase
Photo Booth – Retrobooth
Makeup Artistry – Camilla Smith
Hair Styling – Blue Taboo Hair & Style Studio
Bridal Apparel – Casey Jeanne
Groom’s Apparel – Zara
Favors – DeWaal Wines
Groom’s Ring – Vena Amoris

I seriously cannot get over how beautiful Jadine and her sparkling Bridesmaids look in these images! Hiring an expert team of professionals, from the planner, to the photographer, to the beautifiers can make all the difference. For more beauty from our blog, be sure to take a look at Ashleigh and Stasi’s gold and cream wedding in Johannesburg, South Africa.

18 Creative Proposal Ideas

27 Jul 2016 Posted by trubridal in Wedding Ideas

The story of how you proposed will be always in your memory, because it is incredible happy and romantic moment in couple’s life. Here you find some unbelievably sweet, lovely and perfect creative proposal ideas. Be inspired to great action!

Romantic Boat & Beach Proposal Ideas

Source: Oh So Perfect Proposal via instagram, Studio Phosart Photography, Missmelissa Lynn via instagram

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Source: Anna Sachs via instagram, Frenzel Studios Photography, Christina Marie via instagram

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Creative Proposal Ideas

Source: Slava Mishura Photography, Jackie Schultz via instagram, Hanna Campbell via instagram

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Source: Jessica Janae Photography , Mike via instagram, Ash Fox Photography

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Outdoor Marriage Proposal Ideas

Source: Loi Vo Photography , Julia Green Photography, Isaac Gautschi Photography

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Source: J.M.Hunter Photography , Elizabeth Looney Photography , CaraVPhoto Photography

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