You'd never plan your wedding at work (cough, cough) — but your lunch break is a whole other story! For your weekly roundup, we picked gorgeous real weddings, pretty style details, and helpful tips from across the web.
With our pinboards and newsfeeds getting flooded with fall dessert recipes, it's hard to hold back on the treats, especially when they just look so delicious. Lucky for you, we've found some healthy and tasty recipes that will give you all the fall flavors without the crazy calories. From pumpkin pancakes to dark chocolate oatmeal chip muffins, these are differently worth saving for a cozy night in with your hubby-to-be. —POPSUGAR
A wedding welcome sign is often the first thing your guests see, so why not add some fun and personality to your display besides the traditional welcome script? These couples put their own clever twists on their displays with tongue-in-cheek phrases like "Can I Get a Witness?" and "Happily Ever IPA." Not only are they absolutely adorable, but we have a feeling that these will be making some silly Instagram cameos on your wedding-day feed. —Brides
Are you a city bride who happens to love the great outdoors? This botanical garden wedding, set at the boathouse in Brooklyn's Prospect Park, is packed with natural details that will make any nature-loving bride blush. The décor boasted sprawling centerpieces filled with peach peonies and wispy greenery, elegant gilded accents, and a fresh, crisp tablescape. The bride also stunned in a delicate off-the-shoulder gown and accessorized with simple pieces like a beaded tiara and a dainty pearl-drop necklace — a stunning bridal look to match her enchanting garden wedding. —OnceWed
If you're like any of us at BRIDES, you probably have a dozen pinboards for every category, ranging from fashion and beauty tips, to cooking and wellness inspiration. When it comes to home décor however, these ideas seem a lot more daunting and intimidating. So if you and your fiancé are moving into a new space, how do you even begin to decide on a color palette, furniture, and overall vibe with so many options to choose from? Don't you fret! These tips from Anne Sage, interior guru and co-founder of Rue Mag, lay out five practical steps to designing your space with the motto of "furnishing with a purpose, room by room." —Well + Good
This moody Autumn wedding inspiration goes beyond the traditional rustic details and cliché motifs. The wedding planners dreamed up a dark color palette and incorporated pops of color using vibrant, earthy bouquets and accents of gold throughout their tablescapes. Other details included calligraphed invitations tinged with inky watercolors, a romantic floral arch, and festive, bite-sized treats for the guests. —100 Layer Cake