Wedding Planning at Work? The 8 Lunch Break Links Brides-to-Be Need to See

Wedding Style & Decor
Groom and Groomsmen with Green Ties and Sunglasses

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You'd never plan your wedding at work (cough, cough) — but your lunch break is a whole other story! For your #WeddingWednesday lunchtime, we rounded up dazzling real weddings, pretty style details, and helpful tips from across the web. Our favorite recent wedding blogs have one of these two things in common: Surprises and flowers! From a top-secret Chicago wedding to a DIY floral backdrop, take a peek at the best wedding blogs:

An engagement is always a surprise, right? What if it's a double surprise? This amazing video shows how one girl was proposed to at a party she planned herself — and she was totally shocked. —POPSUGAR

Speaking of secrets, this Chicago couple planned a brewery wedding, and made it a surprise to all friends and family. Guests thought they were going to an engagement party! —Brides.com

There's no bigger wedding surprise than a "Surprise! We got married!" This real couple eloped, which means they definitely sent out one of those announcements. —Brooklyn Bride

Whether or not there's an element of surprise embedded into your wedding, a handmade floral heart backdrop for your ceremony will keep guests in awe throughout your vows. —100 Layer Cake

DIY wedding flowers not your thing? No worries — book a florist! But before you do, find out what questions you have to ask. —Brides.com

This real wedding is heavy on succulents, a heat-resistant flower that's great for warm-weather weddings. —Green Wedding Shoes

This Tampa couple shows how to make flora super modern, using geometric terrariums as centerpieces and giant bouquets — which proves flowers don't have to be traditional. —Ruffled

But if you love classic flowers (and who doesn't?), then you'll adore these tulip wedding bouquets. There are six of them, so get ready to gawk. —Brides.com

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