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.
If you and your fiancé are planning a vintage wedding, you're going to love these Gatsby-inspired details. Decorate your tablescape with festive, feather-topped centerpieces and gilded accents that are sure to wow your guests. Plus, no 1920's-inspired wedding is complete without sparkle, sparkle, and more sparkle! Which is why we're drooling over the bride's intricately beaded, flutter-sleeve gown and those dusty rose bridesmaid dresses! This is definitely the #GlamSquad we want for our bridal party. —POPSUGAR
When it comes to planning your wedding flowers, your bridal bouquet and centerpieces are usually the first to come to mind, but don't forget to add the groom's boutonniere to your list! We've rounded up our favorite fall-inspired bouts that go beyond the traditional rose buds and peony blooms — your groom will absolutely love them. From rustic wheat and lavender arrangements to modern, greenery boutonnieres, these floral accessories are guaranteed to suit your guy's tastes. —Brides
This beautiful real wedding features a gorgeous jewel-toned color palette that captures the essence of fall in its floral details, featuring deep, rich dahlias and fresh berries. The bridesmaids wore various shades of plums and purples that blended seamlessly with the couple's elegant wedding décor. —OnceWed
When you're smack dab in the middle of wedding planning, it's easy to see why ordering late-night delivery seems like a better option than cooking a homemade meal from scratch (that's easy to make and healthy). So if you're a couple on a budget looking for simple, nutritious meals that won't break the bank, we've found some easy money-saving hacks and recipes to add to your week. Our takeaways? According to this nutrition expert, it's all about getting creative with your fruits, veggies, and grains, and maximizing the food you have on hand with this little repurposing trick. —Well + Good
Celebrate the season with a harvest dinner party that boasts a delicious menu, cozy décor, and tons of romantic, floral details. From creating the guest list to ending the night with sweet seasonal fare like pumpkin pies and apple cobbler, this guide has got all of your bases covered on how to throw an intimate, cold-weather bash. —100 Layer Cake