Published on August 6, 2014

There are weddings we attend. And there are weddings we attend and never forget. Unforgettable celebrations always have those special added touches. Also known as unique, why-didn't-I-think-of-that ideas. The ones that everyone is pinning on their secret Pinterest boards so no one else sees–or stealsthem. Not us. We're all about spreading the love and sharing our favorite summer wedding details. Take a peek.   

A bouquet can tell a powerful story. A mix of our favorite budspeonies, poppies, succulents, proteacan steal the show.

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There's something about dessert that doesn't require an explanation. Cue the ice cream or sorbet bar. 

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Choose a theme (color, pattern, design) and weave it through all of the elements of your day. Start with the save-the-date and finish with the cake. 

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Your wedding hairstyle needs to feel, well, just like you. Long, loose braids feel casual and summer-appropriate.  

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Some brides like tight, compact bouquets; others prefer loose and wild. 

See more wedding details at smitten-mag.com. Floral design by Ariella Chezar

Here's permission to show off your style. Rather than have your girls wearing one color (or one dress!), choose styles that reveal a little bit more personality. Mix and match polka dots, florals, and solids.

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Some couples drive off in fancy cars. Some ride bikes. This couple took off in a hot air balloon. Hands-down, most creative exit strategy. 
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You spend a lot of time on seating your guests, so now it's time to think about your table. For an outdoor affair, consider something with a hint of rustic charm. 

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Dare to be a little different when it comes to dessert. Remember it doesn't always have to be about chocolate or strawberry shortcake. 

Cake by D'Lish
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