Ideas for newlyweds’ room decoration

Every wedding couple spend a lot of time in planning their wedding, whether it be the wedding dress, wedding theme, guests list, or the photographer. But some couples do not give enough importance to the decoration of their bedroom which is not appropriate as it’s the most special space for a newly married couple.

Newlyweds’ bedroom places crucial importance as it is the place from where they will start their journey. In their bedroom, they will see the sun rising and the sun setting. They will be pleased to have a well furnished and well organized room so, it is most important to design a newlywed’s room in a way that gives them soothing and comfortable vibes.

 So, conscious efforts are to be made while decorating a bedroom. If couples are decorating the room themselves or anybody else is doing this on their behalves then few recommendations should be taken into considerations:

Bed of newlyweds

When thinking of decorating the room, the first and far most important thing is the bed of the couple.  The bed should be cozy and comfortable enough to have a sound sleep. The selection of mattress also matters that it should not be hard to give a backache or on the other hand, it should not much soft that your sleep gets interrupted. The couple can decide together which type of mattress they would like to have. 

Since people have different tastes, so you can decide the style of bed. Nowadays, there are many designs of bed which make your room look more beautiful and attractive.  You can select the stylish bed according to you and your better half’s taste.

Bed sheets and pillows

Bed sheets and pillows should be synchronized with the theme of your room. The color, fabric, and designs should be matched with walls’ colors, furniture, and curtains. You can select bed sheets of linen, cotton, or velvet, etc.  With bed sheets, you can select pillows in contrast to your bed sheets color or you can have the same colors if you like. There are varieties of embroidering pillows available in the market which will surely add charm to your bedroom. The couple will spend most of their time in bed so their bed should be more cozy and comfortable. 

Wall paint

Walls put impact not only on the look of your interior rather it has impacts on your eyes and moods. Light hues soothe you and you feel fresh when your walls are painted with light and fresh hues. Decide consciously the perfect color combination for your walls which should synchronize with your bed sheets, cushions, pillows and furniture’s colors.  You can ask an artist to make artistic and beautiful paintings on your walls. This will make your room look artistic, attractive and lively.

Lightings and small bulbs

Although, a bedroom is a place where you sleep, while, there are other functions of the bedroom too. You have to have a lighted room for reading, dressing, etc. From dimmed lighted to the illuminated bulb, there are stylish and innovative lightings are available at stores. Apart from them, there are also small lighting bulbs which you can put on the one side of the bed or you can put them on your dressing in a stylish way. Candles and lamps can be used and placed at the corner or corners of your room.

Wall clock and wall hangings

Wall clocks have long been seen in homes, yet you can have a stylish, handmade or embroider clock which will give an artistic touch to your room. In addition to this, there are wall hangings which you can make by yourself or you can purchase them from the market. These make the room look really beautiful. Since it would be the newlywed’ room, you can hang frames of their wedding’s snaps, one or two frames can be put on one side, or on both sides of the bed. Sceneries and painting can also be hanged on the wall. But the walls should not be crowded with all these kinds of stuff.

Cushions

Cushions have long been used on the windows but recently the designers are using them on the back of the bed in a very creative and artistic way. This is a good idea to give an attractive background. The colors of curtains have great importance, if not selected carefully and consciously they can make your room look weird and out of the context. The theme and the colors of all the things in your room should be synchronized with each other to give a fresh and artistic look.

Wedding Terminology You Need to Know: The Dress

Hello, my beautiful brides! Today is a big day-we’re giving you all the wedding dress terminology you actually need to know. We aren’t going to bore you with long lists of words not even your bridal consultant knows. Nope. We are concise, to the point and will have you feeling like a million bucks when you bust out this knowledge at the bridal shop.

Other wedding terminology you need to know: Cakes, Bridal Party

Happy Planning!

A-Line: An a-line gown has a fitted bodice with a small flair starting at the waist and continuing to the bottom of the dress. An a-line gown does not have the full flair of a princess or ball gown.

Ballgown: A ballgown has a fitted bodice with a full flair at the waist and continuing to a full skirt. Ballgowns are the most traditional bridal look.

Column: A column gown is a straight up and down silhouette that does not hug the body but draped over the curves.

Drop Waist: A drop waist gown has a fitted bodice through the top of the hips and flows into a full skirt.

Empire: An empire gown is fitted through the bust then flairs into an a-line skirt.

Mermaid: A mermaid gown has a fitted bodice all the way down to the knees and then flairs out to a full skirt.

Sheath: A sheath gown is form fitting all the way down to the bottom. It may or may not have a slit to aid in walking.

Trumpet: A trumpet gown has a fitted bodice to the upper thigh then flairs into a full skirt. The trumpet simply flairs out higher than a mermaid.

Two Piece: A two piece gown is made up of a separate bodice and skirt.

Best Wedding Ceremony Songs

Hello, my beautiful brides! We are having a very rainy day around our parts so to brighten our day we’ve been listening to “Here Comes the Bride” on repeat. Just kidding! Although we do love the traditional Bridal March, formerly known as Bridal Chorus by Wagner, it needs to be saved for our bride’s special moments. My absolute favorite part of every wedding is when the doors swing open; the organ starts pounding and the groom starts crying as he catches a glimpse of his bride. Swoon!

We’ve designed, coordinated and produced hundreds of weddings and throughout this process we’ve had brides walk in from everything from a single flute to the Beatles. However, there is something really beautiful about tradition and there is no time more traditional than a wedding ceremony.

So, we’ve gathered our favorite songs just for you! Let us know which ones you are selecting for your wedding ceremony.

Grandparents, Parents, Bridal Party Processional:

Canon in D-Pachelbel

Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring-Bach

Arioso-Bach

Bride’s Processional: 

Here Comes the Bride-Wagner

Spring from the Four Seasons-Vivaldi

Trumpet Voluntary-Clarke

Recessional:

Traditional Wedding March-Mendelssohn

La Rejouissance-HandelBrandeburg #3-Bach

10 Ways to Know Happy Planning is Right for You

Hello, my beautiful brides! We are the creators of Happy Planning: Personalized Wedding Planning on Any Budget. We receive numerous inquiries from engaged ladies wondering if Happy Planning is right for them. So, today we are telling you our 10 Ways to Know Happy Planning is Right for You.

1. You don’t know where to start planning your wedding. Happy Planning is laid out step by step and personalized to keep you on track for your wedding date. You will watch one video a week (every other week closer to your wedding) and that video will come along with a checklist of items to complete. We keep track of the checklist for you and mark off what you’ve completed so you know when it is time to move to the next video.

2. You are on a budget. If you want to stretch your budget as far as possibel-then hire a wedding planner. There’s one problem with that-full wedding planning can cost you thousands of dollars. Happy Planning will give you even more information than a full wedding planner can on how to stretch your budget for $45 a month or $279 for the entire year. Yes, it’s a steal but I love you so let’s not make a big deal of it.

3. You get caught up in the details. When planning a wedding the small details can push you right over the edge and not to mention the budget. We tell you what actually matters and steer you far from what doesn’t. We are your trusted advisor and partner in this wedding planning extravaganza.

4. Your Mom or soon to be Mother-in-law are driving you a bit crazy. We have two whole videos for each to watch to get them back in-line or in-line in the first place. We discuss what they are to pay for, what their responsibilities are and when to show up (and shut up).

5. You want the wedding of the century. We provide design inspiration and jaw-dropping advice that will have guests talking about your wedding for years to come. Seriously.

6. You work full-time. Here’s the thing about Happy Planning-you can access it whenever you want! You’re not limited by business hours or meeting schedules. Watch is at one in the morning or bing watch five videos at once. It’s on your schedule and at your own pace.

7. You’ve never thought of using a wedding planner. The best thing you can do for yourself and your relationship with your fiancee during wedding planning is hiring a wedding planner. You will save thousands with Happy Planning and will more than likely be more wedding educated than those that hire a traditional wedding planner. Shhhh….

8. You want people to be amazed that you can do it all. You can’t plan your wedding like a pro that’s planned hundreds of weddings because we have secrets up our sleeves. But, the great news is you can know those secrets too and to the rest of the world we don’t even exist.

9. You spend hours reading your wedding planning book. Our videos are all 5 to 15 minutes long and will give you more information than you can search on Google. So, save your time for memories with your fiancee and spend 15 minutes a week with your awesome wedding planner.

10. You want to know all the options available. You want to know all the cool and unique ideas, best splurges, exactly how to please your guests, where you can save money and how to have the most personalized wedding possible. We cover each and everyone of these in a fun and exciting way.

Join us and transform your wedding into the talk of the town! Sign-up today before your spot gets snatched up! Happy Planning: Personalized Wedding Planning on Any Budget.

Top 3 Wedding Reads of the Week

We spend hours each week keeping our finger on the pulse of the wedding industry. We research trends, meet designers, study wedding etiquette and gaze at all the must see weddings that occurred the weekend before. Then it dawned at us over here that we should be sharing all of this information with you-our trusted readers!

So, today we take our motto of educating brides to a whole new level by sharing with you the Top 3 Wedding Reads of the week. Yes, there will be cheat sheets and pretty pictures, I promise.

Week of February 8th, Holler!

“How to Be a Wedding Guest that Doesn’t Suck” by Taryn Hillin


First off, any title that is bold enough to include “doesn’t suck” is an article I want to devour. Taryn reveals 12 steps to getting it right when it comes to attending a wedding. I personally felt overwhelmed to send this off to all the guests that annoy me throughout the wedding but I will withhold and passive aggressively hope they read this blog.

Kicking it off with a traditional “You Gotta RSVP” all the way to “Don’t Bring a Tinder Date” (which makes me smile ear to ear). Check out her article and feel free to send it to a friend to post on their Facebook wall in hopes that all of your wedding guests will read it because posting it on your would not be cool.

“Quirky Budget Friendly Wedding” by Wedding Chicks


I for one have never seen the word “quirky” used to describe a wedding so kudos to Wedding Chicks for the idea and then completely following through with some quirkiness. This wedding is genuine, chill and highlighted by what the groom and his guys wore. Yes, I just commented on the groom’s attire for the first time ever, it was that good (see main image).


“Why We Chose to Save Money by Having a Destination Wedding” by Gema Cartwright


This article is an ode to my sister who constantly is breaking my heart by saying she wants a “small beach wedding”. Yes, I am really her sister-I double-checked. In all seriousness though I get the wanderlust filled wedding of your closest friends and FAMILY (along with a killer MOH!) on the beach. This article gives you all the unique ways you can save big time on making this dream a reality by combining your wedding and honeymoon and cutting down on the guest list.

Modern Wedding Etiquette No. 10

Hello my beautiful brides! Today, we get to discuss our Modern Wedding Etiquette No. 10: Save the Date’s should be sent out six to seven months prior to the wedding. Yep, it’s true. You have to nail down the guest list, pick out invitations and get it together six to seven months before the wedding. Why?

Well, there are several reasons I will share with you.

Reason 1: To inform guests so they can put your date on their calendar. The point of having a wedding is making a commitment in front of friends and family so ensure they can actually attend.

Reason 2: You will receive better RSVP response since guests are prepared to attend your wedding.

Reason 3: The guest interaction will be much greater. They will check out your website, registry and take part in the excitement building up to your big wedding day.

Reason 4: You get to share your great engagement photos! I mean you and your adorable fiancee did take those pictures so slap them on the Save the Date’s and send them out.