Get wedding guests into the action with a decorated selfie station like this gorgeous one from Be Inspired PR's Tassels and Tastemakers party. In 2015, brides are encouraging partygoers to snap a few photos and have a little fun.
2015 is the year of simplicity. Minimalist yet elegant place settings set the stage for dinner and drinks.
Forget frilly floral centerpieces; 2015 is the year of simple greenery-topped tables. Mix and match leaves, herbs, and ferns for a fresh look that's uniquely yours.
Let partygoers play mixologist with a do-it-yourself cocktail station. It's sure to be the life of the party, plus it keeps bartender costs down. We love a personalized mimosa bar complete with champagne, assorted juices, and bitters.
Get five-easy tips for setting up the perfect self-serve bar!
Skip fancy bottles of wine and impersonal goodie bags -- handmade welcome kits are the best way to greet your guests.
Get more information on this project at Style Within Reach.
Photo credit: Caroline Ro.
A pretty palette of blush pink has taken over the wedding world in 2015. We the love the soft, romantic hue in lush floral arrangements and table linens.
Photo credit: SMS Photography.
This year, leather accents add an unexpectedly masculine touch to wedding decor. Showcase the trend by mixing simple leather elements with romantic wedding details.
Photo credit: Nashan Photographers.
This year, brides are saying good-bye to traditional wedding cakes. Cupcake towers, s'mores stations, and cookie bars are the new way to end things on a sweet note.
Get more information on this DIY accent at The Sweetest Occasion.
Make a statement by going frosting-free this year. Unfrosted wedding cakes are an eye-catching way to showcase the beauty of each layer.
Send guests home with a sweet snack or personalized food gift. These indvidual treats are a delicious way to say thank you.