No need to tart up fruit; berries and currants are already irresistible when displayed, farm stand-style. Attach escort cards like these and stand them in the baskets. The finished product does double duty as an amuse-bouche that leads guests to tables.
Outdoor weddings are especially beautiful, but they can also be uncomfortably steamy. To keep your guests from overheating, pass out handmade fans -- trust us, they'll be grateful. Feature here is a floral motif on one side and a quote from Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" on the other: "My bounty is as boundless as the sea, my love as deep." Printing can be done at your local printers too.
Brightly-colored roses create the perfect tropical bouquet.
Yellow is a cheerful choice for summer. Let your ‘maids each choose their own dress in this happy color.
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Dress up your ceremony arch with kites and windmills.
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Cotton candy will have your guests feeling nostalgic for summer carnivals.
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Keep your guests hydrated in style with fruit-infused water.
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A clear tent gives you the best of both worlds — you’re protected from the elements while still dining and dancing under the stars.
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The black and white dance floor transforms a backyard into an elegant, glamorous location for a wedding reception.
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Make a plain tent more interesting with colorful side panels.
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String chandeliers and twinkle lights above the dance floor.
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Paper parasols in a warm, sunny palette were set out for guests to shield themselves from the hot sun.
Labeled glass bottles mark reception tables and help keep guests hydrated.
Nights can have quite a chill, so set out a basket of pashmina shawls to guard the female guests' shoulders at this reception.
Large pitchers of pink lemonade match the palette and quench everyone's thirst in the hot weather.