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|Jason and Anna Photography via Ruffled | Zephyros Farm & Garden | Amanda K. via Trendy Bride|
|Mirelle Carmichael Photography via The Frosted Petticoat | Fly Away Bride | Lavender & Twine via Green Wedding Shoes|
Kites as decor, kites as guestbooks, flying kites! If you're tired of giant balloons, consider the humble kite. It's the perfect accessory to a spring wedding, whether used as decoration or actually flown. Plus, they make for great guest favors.
|Emily Steffen Photography via Wedding Chicks | Vintage Shore | Paeony Floral Design|
|Rebecca Douglas via Love My Dress | Brilliant Imagery via Little Vegas Wedding | TTM Events|
It's not just an 80's thing. Custom signs lit up with bright neon colors really add a pop to drab walls and dark spaces. Use mini neon signs as table centerpieces or light up the walls with some lovey dovey text.
|Rex and Regina via Weddings Illustrated | Clayton Austin via Weddings Illustrated | The Party Dress|
Food bars are an unexpected way to delight your guests.
"No two people are alike, which means that no two palates are alike. Creating food stations or bars gives guests a way to customize your menu choices to their tastes. It's a way to cater to every kind of eater - those who don't like too much sauce or those who prefer a little more garlic. The use of stations will also get guests out of their seats, perfect for mingling and conversing." - Weddings IllustratedAnd there are a multitude of options - everything from pancake bars to cocktail mixers to build-your-own pizzas.
|The Knot Australia | Huffington Post | FD Weddings|