Each week we focus on one spectacular gallery from our Ideas section. We hope that these galleries inspire you in creating your own unique wedding vision. This week's selection comes from a real wedding by Elizabeth Wray Design.

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Don't neglect your linens when you think about your table decor! This reception features many smaller centerpieces that are accented by this unique tablecloth. Play with texture and light to find the right linens to finish off your perfect table decor.

 

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These pretty pink flower balls incorporate roses, daisies, and dahlias to create some very romantic aisle decor. Especially if you are getting married outdoors, having floral decor on the chairs can be easier to manage than trying to cover the aisle in petals, or having a runner.

 

 

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This ceremony venue photo shows the power of lighting combined with beautiful flowers. This couple has an absolutely stunning arch-style arrangement at the altar. The best way to show this off?  Low lights everywhere, candles running down the aisle, and have the front be where you place the majority of the lighting. Kind of like the best stage ever.

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Often when couples are choosing a black and pink color palette, they opt for a bright, bold pink.  I think choosing a light pink also brings big drama.  The juxtaposition of the modern black place settings and candleholders with the gentle sweetness of the pale pink roses is pretty cool, huh?

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I am all about the new trend of baby's breath bouquets and centerpieces. First of all, for a vintage or rustic wedding, they look so fresh and pair beautifully with the other decor. Second (and most important), talk about cost-friendly!  Baby's breath is leaps and bounds more affordable than most other flowers.