Brighten Up the BIG Day! with Y-E-L-L-OH!

Got the Winter Blues?

Here are some decor ideas to make your BIG day bright and happy

 

 

 

 

 

Choose a Seat

Chair decor is something you can personalize and help to tie in your wedding theme.

 

From beach to pew, urban to crochet, these personalized style show thru whether it is for ceremony or reception.

Unique Chair Decor Ideas for your next Wedding and Event

Don’t Be Left in the Dark, Create Right Decor with Paper Lanterns

Paper Lantern Decor

 

Paper Lanterns have long been an effective way to brighten up and decorate any room.  When placed over tables, vignettes or dancefloors, these inexpensive decor items scream “CELEBRATION!”

In today’s internet shopping abilities, it is easy to find unique shapes, sizes and color paper lanterns to match your wedding theme, and brighten up your reception area.

 

by Zohe Felci

Egg-cellent Decor Ideas

Decorating with Eggs:

With Easter quickly approaching, here are some ideas to incorporate all things egg into your decor

Japanese cartoon Totoro

 

Robin Blue Egg Head Wreath for the Flower Girl

Nest Egg from Etsy.com substituting a Ring Barer Pillow

EcoFriendlyGreenThings.com Lavender Egg as Favors

Bacon and Egg Savory Appetizer

Hail to the Cherry Blossoms in D.C.

Decor Ideas: Cherry Blossoms

One of our Twitter Followers posted about the amazing Cherry Blossom Trees coming to life in Washington D.C.  Inspired by this Spring-time phenomenon and gorgeous image by chictraveler.com, we have a cherry blossom inspiration board to get your Spring Time kick started!

Every Spring, D.C. celebrates Spring’s the National Cherry Blossom Festival, commemorating the March 27, 1912, gift of Japanese cherry trees. Mayor Ozaki donated the trees hoping to enhance a friendship between the United States and Japan and to celebrate a continued  partnership between the two countries.

Every year, the National Cherry Blossom Festival takes place for two-weeks at the start of Spring.  This year, 2012 commemorates 100 years since this Japanese gesture.