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Great Brunch Wedding Style

From a more casual (but no less stunning) wedding dress to a killer bouquet, brunch weddings are a wonderful place to let your personal style shine. We love this open-back, lace gown and the bride's super bright, cactus-packed wedding bouquet.

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Non-Traditional Seating

Bring the cozy comforts of your own home into play for a morning or daytime wedding reception. This seating area is equal parts inviting and pretty.

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Bold & Bright Invitations

There's room to add a little punch to all your paper goods for a brunch wedding, but the invitation suite is a great place to start. Make sure you're clear about the non-traditional time and style of a morning wedding (and find more inspiration for eye-catching paper details in the new issue of mywedding).

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The Perfect Groom (Look)

Grooms should take advantage of the opportunity to dress like themselves (albeit a fancy, wedding-day version of themselves), too. Infuse wedding style with personality by selecting a bright shirt or a printed bow tie and pairing those selections with a colorful or personalize boutonniere. Finish off the look with a favorite style of shoe, whether that means custom wingtips or a beloved pair of Converse.

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Inspiring Offbeat Details

Don't be afraid to push the decor bounds of a brunch wedding. Unexpected details, like these terra cotta seating cards and cactus favors, can add a whole lot of ambience and tie into an overall theme, like the Southwestern vibe here. Looking for more brunch decor inspiration? Find ideas and all the details on how to pull off your own daytime wedding in the latest issue of mywedding magazine.