Today’s elegant New Orleans wedding is a stunner. Less is more in this case and using the beautiful city architecture makes me feel like I have been transported into another time. I just love it!
Wedding budget breakdowns are one of the hardest things to do. Knowing what is important to both of you and having a list of “must-have” items is a good place to start. As the bride below says, you may have to forfeit something to be able to have something else.
The bride in today’s post was creative in that instead of having expensive floral arrangements on every table, she decided to use tea lights as center pieces and was then able to afford the all-time-favorite peony for her bouquets.
Candles add a sense of warmness to a room, not to mention creating a romantic atmosphere. A friend of mine found and bought these really cool candles the other day. I am so impressed with I am going to get a set for my own wedding, especially since my wedding venue doesn’t allow real candles. These are Submersible Tea Lights that you can put in a mason or vase to illuminate the water. I love this idea and can’t wait to use them in my champagne fountain decor idea.