5 Ways To Use Rose Petals At Your Wedding

June is National Rose Month, so in honor of that, WhereBridesGo.com has listed a few wonderful ways that you can incorporate rose petals into your wedding day. One of the wedding decorations online that you will find in our shop is a rainbow of different rose petal colors, both in freeze dried and artificial form, that will add beauty and romance to any wedding. 


Toss Them
This is the most obvious way to use rose petals for your wedding. Put them in a pretty basket or other container and let an adorable flower girl toss them all the way down the aisle to announce the bride's grand entrance. You can find both the petals and the flower girl baskets online at WhereBrideGo.com. 

Throw Them
Your flower girl doesn't have to be the only person that gets to toss rose petals at your wedding. Let your guests throw them into the air instead of the classic birdseed when you exit the wedding. They are also great for throwing in the air just before the photographer snaps your wedding party photos. The effect is both fun and magical. 

Outline with Them
Outlining the entire aisle runner at the ceremony on both sides with rose petals makes for a gorgeous entrance. You can get even more creative and use them to outline the initial of your new last name on the ground or on a wall decoration. That's makes another nice photo opportunity. 

Sprinkle Them
Randomly sprinkling rose petals on the reception tables like confetti is an easy and beautiful way to fill up space without needing a lot of additional decorations. They can even be sprinkled on the wedding cake. Did you know that real rose petals are completely edible? If you do plan to eat them, make sure to tell your florist first.    

Float Them
A tall vase filled with water and rose petals makes an excellent centerpiece to float a candle on top of. They are also gorgeous in a wide bowl with floating candles. You can even go bigger and float them in the pool if your wedding happens to be next to one that is not being used.


Our freeze dried rose petals are the perfect solution for the bride wanting to use real rose petals but not worry about them wilting before the end of the reception. The petals are preserved in a way that looks incredible and allows them to last for up to a year. We recommend that you place your order for freeze dried rose petals from WhereBridesGo.com at least 3 months before the wedding date to reserve your quantity and color. This type of petal isn't always the best choice to float in water because when they re-absorb the moisture that was taken out of them, there is a chance they could get soggy and change color. 


Artificial rose petals last forever, and they are great for using in DIY decorations. They are durable and can be found in colors that roses are not naturally grown. This comes in handy if you are trying to match a specific wedding color. 


Both of these varieties of rose petals work wonderfully for any wedding. You can see all of the color choices available when you visit our online wedding accessory store. While you are there, have a look around at all of the other wedding items that we have to offer for your ceremony and reception needs. You won't be disappointed! 



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Creative Ideas For A Garden Themed Wedding

Spring and summer are the times when most outdoor weddings take place. (Unless, of course, you live in an area where it's warm all of the time.) A very beautiful and romantic setting for an outdoor wedding is in a garden full of gorgeous blooms. Our online wedding decoration store has lots of wonderful accessories for this type of ceremony and reception, and in today's blog, WhereBridesGo.com has featured a few ideas for how to incorporate them. 


An Enchanted Garden
A regular garden is awe-inspiring enough on its own to host a romantic wedding, but adding a few fantastic elements can turn an average garden into an enchanted one straight out of a fairy tale. 

Consider having the wedding ceremony early enough that it's still light outside to enjoy the garden's beauty, but late enough that as soon as the sun goes down the reception is enveloped in ethereal twinkle lights and lanterns filled with candles. 


Lots of natural elements are wonderful to decorate with. You can use tree branches in vases, or slices of tree trunks as centerpiece bases. Moss adds excellent color and texture to your decor, and of course, beautiful blooms woven into everything fits in perfectly. Imagine what you might see in a fairy garden and then arrange it on a bigger scale for your own celebration. 

A plainly iced cake, or possibly a naked cake, with a gorgeous wedding cake top can be embellished with real flowers. For favors, send your guests home with something to grow, like a potted succulent or flower seeds. Make a magical exit amid a cloud of bubbles blown by your wedding guests. 
    


An Afternoon Tea 
Gardens are lovely places for afternoon tea, and if you have your wedding earlier in the day, you can host a brunch before the ceremony or a variety of tea sandwiches & different teas among the flowers afterward. Lots of decor may not be necessary since the garden is stunning on its own, but a few additional floral elements here and there can add that extra special touch. 


Gardens also host some lovely wildlife, such as birds, bees, and butterflies. These are fun elements to add into your wedding decorations, and a perfect reason to use cute phrases like "Love is in the air," "Lovebirds," and "Meant to 'Bee'." Ceremony programs that double as fans can help to keep guests cool on the warmest of days. A wooden garden bench used as a wedding guest book alternative makes a wonderful decoration for the newlyweds' home after the wedding.    


WhereBridesGo.com can help you to create the most beautiful garden wedding, and there are also all kinds of other themed items to find when you visit our online wedding accessory store if you have something else in mind for your special day. Visit our website and find the inspiration to begin dreaming up your own perfect wedding. 


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The Reason June Is A Popular Month For Weddings

June has long been the month that is most associated with getting married. Depending on where you live and what the weather is like there, this may or may not be the most convenient for you. Since every person has varying opinions on when the best time to get married is, we wondered why June came to be known as the wedding month. After a little research, WhereBridesGo.com found out these interesting facts for you. 


The Reasons For June Weddings
The Roman goddess Juno is the protector of women, and she is also known as the goddess of childbirth and marriage. Since June is named after the goddess of marriage, it seems like the perfect month to tie the knot. People used to believe that getting married in this particular month brought extra prosperity and happiness to the newlyweds. 

Another reason we found that June was a very popular month to get married in the past, before indoor plumbing, was because people used to only bathe once a year! Baths took place in May once the weather began warming up after a season of wearing heavy winter clothing. Those getting married were anxious to do it in June because they still smelled fresher than they would the rest of the year! All of the wonderful aromatic flowers blooming that time of year also helped to mask unwanted body odors.  

One more reason that June weddings were convenient in the past is due to the planting schedule of farmers. Many families relied on the crops for their livelihood. A June wedding made it more likely that a post-wedding pregnancy wouldn't get in the way of the wife helping with the year's harvest. The pregnancy would be early enough in the fall that she could help with planting, and a spring birth meant that she would be recovered and ready to help again when is was time to harvest the new crops. 


Make Your Wedding Beautiful
There's a famous line from the 1954 musical, Seven Brides For Seven Brothers, that goes, "Oh, they say when you marry in June, you're a bride all your life; and the bridegroom who marries in June gets a sweetheart for a wife." That makes it sound intriguing, don't you think? If a June wedding is in your future (or any other month, for that matter,) we've got everything that you'll need to throw a beautiful one in our online wedding accessory store

From the pre-wedding parties, like bridal showers and bachelorette parties, to the ceremony and reception, and even well into your married life after the wedding, WhereBridesGo.com has a little bit of everything for your happy life together. We carry DIY invitation kits that you can design yourself or use our templates and print at home. You'll also find all of the wedding decorations online to make your wedding theme come to life at the ceremony and reception. 

Our wedding cake toppers come in a variety of styles to fit the personalities of every bride and groom, and many can be personalized. There are gifts for everyone in your wedding party, and even some fun items to take along with you on the honeymoon. Take a few moments to browse through the pages at WhereBridesGo.com and discover everything we offer to make your wedding the one you've dreamed about. After all, we're Where Brides Go... for What Brides Love! 




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Tips For Tackling 7 Common Wedding Planning Problems

There are many things to do before your wedding comes together, and with all of those tasks to take care of, you are bound to run into a few problems here and there. Today WhereBridesGo.com has a few tips on how to handle 7 common problems that may arise while you are planning a wedding. Follow our advice to make the solutions a snap. 


Too Much On Your "To Do" List
Wedding planning checklists involve long lists of many things to do, but there is absolutely no reason that you should expect to have to do all of them by yourself. Delegation is the key to getting all of those tasks tackled without having to do tackle them all on your own. There will be plenty of people that are eager to help, so let them. If that's not the case, don't force someone to help that doesn't want to. Hire a professional wedding planner to take some of the "to do" list off of your plate.  

Bossy Helpers
One problem that can arise from some of your wedding helpers is if they try to take over rather than simply assisting you. Sometimes parents or very opinionated friends think that they know what you want better than you do. If you run into this, one way to appease them (and stop them from driving you crazy) is to divert their attention. 

Find tasks to point them toward that don't involve decisions, like addressing invitations or making rental confirmations (that you've already picked out.) If you give them things to do so that they feel useful, they are more likely to stay out of your way while you plan the wedding you and your future spouse truly want. 

Overwhelming Guest Lists
As you get closer to the wedding day, it seems like people keep trying to add names to your guest list, which adds to the cost and amount of wedding items you will be needing, not to mention the size of the space you'll need for the ceremony and reception. Decide early on how many people you can accommodate (due to budget, venue space, etc...) and stick to your guns. Reasonable people should understand those constraints. 

We suggest starting with 4 lists: the bride's, her parents', the groom's, and his parents'. Combine those, eliminate duplicate names to create a master list, and if that number is above what you want, begin making cuts. Adjust the list to fit your needs, don't adjust your wedding to fit in extra people that you may not even know that well.  
Missing RSVPs
It's easy for guests to receive your wedding invitation, look over the RSVP, set it aside to respond to later, and then completely forget about it. Most wedding vendors don't need your final guest count until a week before the wedding. Request that your guests have RSVPs back 2 weeks before the wedding date. If you haven't heard a yes or no from them by then, it is perfectly acceptable to gather your bridesmaids and start calling non-responsive guests for a final answer. You can even make a little party out of it for you and your girls! 

Detail Disagreements 
If you and the groom have differing opinions on what type of food should be served, the music that should be played, or the types of centerpieces that should be on the tables, this is a great time to practice one key to a happy marriage... compromise! When you can't make the same choice, look for ways to combine both or a way to incorporate them together. Serve one type of food for cocktail hour, and then the other for dinner or a late-night reception snack. If you want flowers and he wants candles, use both on every table or place your flowered centerpieces on the odd-numbered tables, and his candles on the rest. 

Wedding Vows
Writing your own wedding vows sounds incredibly romantic, but it can also be overwhelming. Don't over-think it. Simply think about all of the reasons that you fell in love with that person, and jot them all down in a list. Believe it or not, you just may see your vows writing themselves during this process. 

All you need to do is be honest and speak from your heart, but definitely have something prepared, don't wing it at the altar. If writing those vows is causing too much anxiety for you, skip it. The pre-written vows that your officiant can provide you with will do the trick, and you can say your personal feelings to each other in private when it's less intimidating than in front of a crowd of people. 

Thank You Notes
The easiest way to keep your wedding thank you notes under control is to write them immediately. If a gift arrives before the wedding, write the thank you for it right away. For those that are received at the wedding, you typically have 3 months to get them in the mail, but the sooner you write them, the better. One less thing to worry about. Get in a habit of writing a few every day while you have your morning coffee, or as you watch TV, and pretty soon they'll all be done. 

Another approach is to grab a bottle of wine, set aside an evening with your new spouse, and tackle them together, all at once. While the actual thank you note should be handwritten, feel free to print out the address labels, or even ask someone else to help and fill those out for you to speed up the process. 


We hope that the advice above helps to relieve some of the stress that comes with wedding planning. Another way to make part of that planning even more stress-free is to visit our online wedding accessory store. There you will find just about everything you need to plan for the wedding, decorate the wedding, and even some items to help you enjoy life after the wedding. After all, WhereBridesGo.com is where brides go... for what brides love!



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Where Brides (& Everyone Else) Go ...For What DADS Love! - Father's Day Gift Ideas

Now that Mother's Day has come and gone this year, it's time to start thinking about what you'll get Dad for Father's Day. That can be a tough one, because dads always seem to have everything already. Well, this year you can find the best Father's Day gift ideas at the same place you go to find everything you need to plan a beautiful wedding. WhereBridesGo.com is not only where to go for what brides love, but for what dads love too! 



If your father doesn't really seem to need anything, get him something fun that he might not buy for himself. Think about his favorite things, the hobbies he has, the activities he enjoys the most, and then start looking for cool items in those fields of interest. 



The Sports Fan
For the man that enjoys sports, there are lots of great gift ideas. Men that play golf probably own a set of clubs they love, but you can pick up a few other accessories. New balls, golf towels, or a personalized shoe bag to keep his gear together. We carry an awesome metal ammunition box for hunting enthusiasts that can be personalized with Dad's name and the hunting club emblem or American icon of your choice. For anyone that loves to fish in the great outdoors, we've got comfortable seats in a variety of color choices that double as a handy cooler to keep cold drinks within arms' reach on a hot, summer day.  



If Dad is more of a spectator when it comes to sports, be it professional teams of watching the kids or grandkids on the field, maybe he'd like some cool tailgating gear. The All-In-One Tailgate Cooler Chair from WhereBridesGo.com offers a comfy place to sit plus a place to keep beverages cold. If your father is more of a hot coffee drinker, a monogrammed, insulated mug just might be the perfect gift for him. 

King of the BBQ
Lots of dads love to grill. At home, he's probably got a setup he already loves, but what about when he's tailgating or out at a park or at the beach with the family? The Personalized Cooler with a Portable Grill pictured below is perfect for the grill-master on the go, and the case doubles as a handy insulated cooler.  



The Collector
Your dad needs a place to keep all of the cool stuff that he has, so maybe you should consider getting him a unique storage solution for his favorite things. A king of the BBQ should not only have his own specialized equipment, but also an incredible, personalized case to keep it in when he's not cooking. If your dad has a nice collection of watches, you could buy him a fancy case to store them all in. For the cigar loving men out there, a gorgeous Monogrammed Capri Glass Top Mahogany Humidor is just the thing to put a smile on his face.   


  
The Traveler
If your dad is on the road a lot, or you want to encourage him to make a trip to visit you more often, a few travel items could be an excellent Father's Day gift idea. A Canvas and Leather Messenger Bag is the perfect carry-on, and it also makes a wonderful laptop bag. A dopp kit or toiletry bag will hold all of his travel necessities in one spot. 

If you want to go with a classic gift, wallets are great. Our Zippo stainless and rubber wallet offers both style and protection. This unique gift is virtually indestructible, and it provides credit card theft protection by deflecting signals sent from a Radio Frequency ID chip. It's also extremely lightweight and comfortable to carry. If you're looking for something different than the usual present, this is it.    



Find more great ideas...
...when you head on over to WhereBridesGo.com. Right now is the perfect time to start looking for the best Father's Day gifts online so that you can make a decision, choose a personalization, and get it ordered to show up in time for Father's Day. If Dad lives in another town, you can even have it shipped directly to him! Your dad deserves an amazing gift, and we carry only the best when it comes to special items for that important man in your life. 




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Creative Ideas For A Wedding By The Water

Once the weather stays warm, that's the perfect time for planning a wedding by the water! The natural beauty surrounding bodies of water, whether pond, river, lake, or ocean, adds a wonderful feeling to the look of your wedding. We've come up with a few fun ideas for any bride and groom planning a nautical wedding by a lake or a sandy beach celebration, along with some adorable wedding decor you can find at WhereBridesGo.com


A Wedding in the Sand
Beach weddings aren't complete without a few lovely seashells scattered around. There are numerous ways to incorporate these natural decorations. As guests enter, you can ask them to each sign a shell for your alternative guest book, and these can be displayed in a beautiful vase or jar in your new home together. 


Flowers can wilt quickly if your outdoor wedding on the beach takes place on an extremely hot day. Carrying a seashell bouquet solves that problem and ties in with the theme wonderfully. There are lots of different types of unity ceremonies, but a sand ceremony in the sand sounds like the perfect choice for a beach wedding.

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When it comes to reception decor, you can pull more oceanic items into it in addition to seashells. Starfish add a glamorous touch, and sand dollars look great next to those. You may even want to incorporate some sort of fish or mermaid in there somewhere too. Candles on the tables will sparkle brilliantly as the sun sets over the water, and a few floating candles even allow you to bring the water element to the tables.     



A Nautical Wedding
While the color scheme for a beach wedding generally leans toward browns and tans like the sand and pastels that you might see in a gorgeous sunset, weddings near a lake seem to often go with a more bold color pattern. Nautical themed weddings usually use a lot of navy blues, yellows, reds, bright whites, and many times a thick, striped pattern often associated with this type of theme.


The word "nautical" relates to sailors, ships, and navigation. Key elements that you can incorporate are anchors, life preservers, sailboats, and ropes like the type used to tie a boat to the dock. "Tying the knot" is a much-used term for marriage, and there is actually a unity ceremony in which the bride and groom tie two pieces of rope together into a fisherman's knot, which is the strongest knot there is. The bond will not break, and the more pressure applied to it, the stronger it gets. 


Lighthouses can be great items to pull into the decorations in some way. Lanterns on every table are the perfect element to give the entire reception area a warm, romantic glow. 

A fun guest book alternative for a nautical wedding would be to have everyone sign a life preserver to be hung at your lake house, or maybe a big paddle that could also be displayed on the wall of your new home. You could even have your guests write sweet notes and place them in a huge jar for a "message in a bottle" idea. 


There are lots of other incredible things that you can do to tie a waterfront theme into your wedding decor, but the few we have included above should get your creative juices flowing. You can find everything pictured above, along with many more wonderful items, in our online wedding accessory store. No matter what your theme is or when you are getting married, WhereBridesGo.com is where brides go... for what brides love!   



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5 Special Ways To Show Mom Some Love At Your Wedding

Mother's Day is this month, which brings the special love that only a mother can show to the top of our minds. The bride and groom are the centers of attention at a wedding, but there are many ways that you can let Mom, and everyone else, know just how very special she is to you. Buying sentimental gifts for the mother of the bride is one way, and there are also other things that will make her feel especially loved and appreciated. WhereBridesGo.com has listed 5 of them here for you.



Include Mom
Some brides don't mind letting Mom plan every detail of the wedding along with them, while others prefer that she stay out of it. If you happen to be the latter, try to find at least one place where you can ask for your mother's input. She will feel included, but you aren't giving her free reign to make all of the decisions. 

Finding your wedding dress is a great place to ask for Mom's advice. It can be a very special time for the two of you. Another gesture that will include her is to invite her to a spa day or luncheon before the wedding with you and your bridesmaids. Feeling like she is a part of the wedding means a lot to most mothers, and it doesn't have to take a lot of effort to make that happen. Small gestures can go as far as big ones.

Incorporate Her Gown
Wearing your mother's wedding dress is a nice way to pay homage to her, but that isn't always possible. If you prefer to buy a bridal gown of your own, you may be able to incorporate a part of Mom's wedding day look into yours. Wear the veil or jewelry from her special day for example, or have a handkerchief made from a swatch of her gown. Even if it's not completely visible to everyone else, the two of you will know. 

Say Cheese
A picture's worth a thousand words! You definitely want to make sure that you and your mother have at least one portrait taken together, but there are some other pictures that you can have the photographer capture that have lots of sentimental meaning. You can recreate a pretty photo from her wedding album, or even a picture of the two of you from your childhood. Candid shots of her helping you get ready for the ceremony are lovely, or you can get ready privately and do a "first look" photo with Mom.    



Dance Together
The bride usually has a father/daughter dance at the reception, and the groom has a mother/son dance. There is absolutely no reason why there can't be a mother/daughter dance too! Whether it's a slow song that you can hug each other to or an upbeat tune where you can both really kick up your heels, your guests will love it, and so will your mother. 

Say A Public Thank You
Saying thank you to your mother for all the things she did to get you to your wedding day is a no-brainer, but doing it in front of all of your guests will happily surprise her. Write something heartfelt in the wedding program, or make a toast just for her at the reception. You can even make her feel like royalty in her own seat with a "Mother of the Bride" sign on her chair at dinner. 



In addition to incorporating the ideas above into your wedding planning, you can find many thoughtful mother of the bride gifts to give to your mom as a keepsake from your special day. WhereBridesGo.com not only has wonderful things for her, but also for Dad, the groomsmen, the flower girl and ring bearer, and gifts for bridesmaids at our online wedding accessory store. Take a look. You'll find something special for every special person involved in your wedding day. 


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20 Wedding Tips & Tricks To Simplify Your Life - Part 2

If you are in the process of planning a wedding, then hopefully you were able to use a few of the first 10 Wedding Tips & Tricks To Simplify Your Life in part 1 of this series last week. Today WhereBridesGo.com has 10 more suggestions to make everything about the wedding a little easier so you have more time to enjoy yourself. 


11. Duplicate Your Wedding Info

You have kept your trusty wedding binder close to you at all times during the planning process. On the wedding day, make sure that you have a couple of copies of all the important information (vendor & wedding party contact info, wedding day schedule, list of family photos, names of special dance songs, etc...) in case your copy gets lost. Give one copy to the groom, one to your maid of honor, and a copy to anyone else that's responsible enough to help you keep things running smoothly.  

12. Clean That Ring
The wedding ring will be brand new on your finger, but you've proudly been wearing that engagement ring for a while now. Have it professionally cleaned right before the wedding day so it sparkles and shines in all of your photos. The jeweler where the ring was purchased will often do this for free. 

13. Dress Down For Hair & Makeup
Button-down, that is! You and your bridesmaids won't be putting on your gorgeous gowns until after your hair and makeup are finished. Don't make the mistake of wearing the wrong thing to get ready and having to pull a shirt over your head and ruin all that work. Wear a button-down shirt, or even better, a fabulous robe from WhereBridesGo.com while you are getting ready. Our robes make the best bridesmaid gifts


14. Pack Drinking Straws
It's extremely important to stay hydrated during all of the hustle and bustle of the wedding day. Avoid smearing your beautifully applied lipstick by always having straws handy to drink out of. 

15. Avoid A Flyaway Veil
Have you heard about veil weights? These ingenious creations are small and inconspicuous items that keep your veil in place. These are incredibly helpful for an outdoor wedding just in case the wind decides to pick up during your vows or right in the middle of taking pictures.    

16. Protect Your Heels
Another useful item for an outdoor wedding that will be taking place on soft ground is a heel protector. These are small pieces of plastic that go onto the heels of a woman's shoe so that it stays above ground and doesn't sink into the dirt or grass. This way you can still make it gracefully down the aisle without your heels getting caught up. 

17. Sew Your Bra To The Dress
If you have a bridal gown that needs a bra underneath it, have someone sew the bra to the dress so that it stays in place and you don't have to keep checking it or adjusting it all day long. 

18. Hide Tissues
There's a very good chance there will be tears on your wedding day (happy tears, that is!) You can hide tissues in your bouquet for your walk down the aisle so that you're ready to dab your eyes and keep that mascara from running at a moment's notice. 

19. Stash Hidden Cake
Great big, elaborate wedding cakes can cost a lot of money. If you are trying to keep your budget under control, order a small decorated cake to place your wedding cake top on and to be cut at the reception, then have a sheet cake of the same flavor hidden in the kitchen to serve to your guests. It can even be cut ahead of time to speed up getting the cake served to everyone.  

A Kiss Above - Bicycle Wedding Cake Top

20. Create A Hashtag
Everyone at your wedding will have their phones out snapping pictures of your special day. If you have a wedding hashtag for them to use when they post those pictures, you will easily be able to locate each of them and save your favorites. If coming up with a creative hashtag sounds too difficult, simply do a Google search for "wedding hashtag generator" and let the computer do it for you. 


When it comes to your wedding, there are lots of simple things that you can do to keep everything running smoothly and keep the day positive and enjoyable. There is no reason to let small things put a damper on your wedding day. One last tip that we can offer you is to shop online at WhereBridesGo.com and take care of a large majority of your wedding needs all in one place. The easier you make things on yourself, the happier your entire celebration will be!  


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