Romantic Peach and Ivory Bouquet From sweet antique dinnerware for a vintage wedding to lush floral chandeliers at an enchanted tented affair, here are some of our favorite details from recent real weddings.

Whether you're currently planning your wedding or simply building a secret bridal Pinterest board (come on, we know you have one!), this week's real weddings were filled with countless Pin-worthy details. First, we loved Taylor and Lucas' vintage Lititiz, Pennsylvania wedding. Bright centerpieces, antique plates, and homemade favors were the perfect details for their midsummer outdoor wedding. For the pinner searching for romantic "I do" ideas, check out Jenn and Matt's Colorado wedding. Their DIY details, like playful ceremony programs and simple floral arrangements were sweet and classic. Rustic brides-to-be will find themselves studying Kristen and Jerry's country Rogers, Minnesota nuptials — burlap and twine details were featured in nearly every aspect of their celebration! At Megan and James' festive summer wedding in Beacon, New York, fresh, white details, like monochromatic bouquets and centerpieces, were effortlessly elegant. On the opposite end of the color spectrum was Lindy and Nik. Their Washington D.C. wedding featured bold hanging lights and lush purple flowers. More of a glamour girl? Look no further than Rebecca and Ami's formal New York City nuptials. Towering orchid centerpieces, a sky-high cake, and mirrored tables took this fabulous affair to the next level. If an ethereal vibe is more your taste, you'll love our favorite details from Sarah and Shawn's enchanted Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania wedding. Soft-hued flower crowns and an incredible chandelier of branches and moss were reminiscent of a garden soirée. To see all of these Pinterest-perfect wedding details, click through the slideshow. At left: This peach, pink, and ivory bouquet of roses and peonies, by florist Angie Hoenadel, has a vibrant and effortless appeal. See more photos from Taylor and Lucas' vintage Lititz, Pennsylvania wedding here.