Merry Christmas!

December 25, 2020

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The Best Ways to Propose to Your Wedding Party 

Now that you’ve said yes, it’s time to pop the question to your wedding party! Whether you want something simple and sweet or something more elaborate, we’ve put together a list of the best ways to propose to your wedding party. 

Gift Box

Let your friends open up a thoughtful box packed full of products you know they will love. Fill it with their favorite items or go for wedding-themed gifts, like a mini bottle of champagne, a customized champagne glass, and sweet treats. 

Heartfelt Card

While simple, it’s a classic way to ask your friends and family to take part in your wedding. Take time to write a meaningful card to each person and slip in your favorite photo of the two of you. 

Proposal Puzzle 

Make your friends work for it! Gift them a puzzle with a hidden message. They’ll have to put the puzzle together to see the hidden question. It’s a fun way to ask friends to be a part of your special day and it’s a special keepsake for them to always remember. 

Coffee Date 

Invite your wedding party to be over for a cup of coffee or tea. Get custom mugs made with the big question at the bottom of the mug. They’ll be able to see the special message as soon as they finish their caffeinated drink of choice. 

Custom Cookies

Who doesn’t love a sweet treat?! Spoil your friends with custom made cookies with the big question designed on them. The best part? They get to be a part of your big day and get a delicious treat to enjoy, it’s a win-win!

Personalized Water Bottle

Help keep your friends hydrated with a personalized water bottle. It’s a practical gift they can use again and again and always think of you. Wrap with ribbon and attach a gift tag popping the question.  

Dinner Date 

Throw a dinner party for your closest friends. Make it fancy and cook a delicious meal or keep it low key and order in from your favorite pizza place. Write each party goer a meaningful note asking them to be a part of your big day and place it on each seat. 


Should You Video Stream Your Wedding Day? 

Video streaming allows you to share the intimate and memorable moment of saying “I do” with friends and family who cannot be there in person. Having your wedding captured not only lets you share your day but it’s an easy way for you to relive your day again and again. While the big day goes by fast, this is an easy way to capture things you may have missed, like the atmosphere filled with love for you and the beauty of the venue. 


If you are thinking about live streaming your wedding day, here are a few tips to consider. 

Check Internet Connection 

Internet is going to be key in the streaming. Be sure you have a strong wifi connection that can handle live streaming. It will make streaming easier and less frustrating for everyone watching. 

Don’t Forget About Audio

Audio is often overlooked but you want to make sure the video has clear sound so viewers can enjoy the steam without wondering what’s being said. You may have to wear a mic but it will allow video watchers to be able to hear your vows, no matter where they’re watching from. 

Placement is Key

The placement of the camera is key. Make sure where you place the camera, the video will catch the big moment without anything blocking the view. Test it out before the wedding ceremony to ensure you will be happy with the video stream. 

Consider Multi-Cameras

Consider having more than one camera and if you will want to stream both your ceremony and your reception. Having multi-cameras can only viewers to see more than one angle, so they can feel the magic of your big day. 

Surprise Virtual Guests 

If you decide to live stream, don’t be afraid to get creative with the guests that aren’t there in person. Surprise your virtual guests with an extra special gift for them to enjoy during your ceremony. Whether it’s a signature cocktail mix, bottle of champagne, or a sweet treat, it will make them feel like they are a part of your memorable day. 

Floral Trends We Are Loving for 2021

From simple centerpieces to cascading bouquets, florals are a big part of your wedding day. They are an easy way to add color, texture, and a breath of life to your decor. Keep reading for the must-see floral trends we are loving for 2021. 

Monochromatic Florals

We expect to see more monochromatic arrangements in 2021. Popular colors to use are white, green, and pink. While the colors are the same, using different types of flowers can make a big statement and creates a sophisticated texture look. For table centerpieces, try using flowers of various heights to create more interest. 

Potted Plants 

Sustainable options are going to make an appearance and 2021 and we are here for it. Expect to see more potted plant options for centerpieces and floral decor throughout the reception. Use the pot to showcase your wedding colors by option for painted or custom planters. 

Spray Painted Florals 

Floral designs have been using spray paint to turn ordinary blooms into vibrant arrangements. Baby’s breath is a popular option due to its affordability and shape but can expect succulents, ferns, and palm leaves to be making an appearance. Whether you are going metallic for a glam look, pastel colors for a bohemian look, spray painting flowers is a unique way to customize your florals to fit your wedding – no matter the theme! 

Dried Flowers

Dried flowers aren’t just for vintage-inspired weddings. You can expect to see them this upcoming year mixed in with fresh flowers to dress up their bouquets or centerpiece arrangements. It adds a different texture to the florals and makes for a great keepsake for years to come. 

Floral Circle Arches 

Photo friendly florals are making a statement in 2021. Expect to see Instagram-worthy circle arches full of florals in the couple’s wedding colors as photo booth backdrops. It’s an eye-catching statement and will look beautiful in both professional and photo booth photos. 

Bold Blooms

Expect to see bold and bright flowers, no matter the season. Couples are looking to make a statement with their flowers and aren’t afraid of vibrant colors throughout their big day.