Wedding Planning at Work? Lunch-Break Links Brides-to-Be Need to See

Bride and Groom on a Vintage Church Pew

Photo: She Wanders

You’d never plan your wedding at work (cough, cough) — but your lunch break is a whole other story! For your #WeddingWednesday lunchtime, we rounded up gorgeous real weddings, pretty style details, and helpful tips from across the web. Our favorite recent wedding blogs feature outstanding outdoor weddings or ones happening on Valentine’s Day!

When you have the sprawling greenery of Minnesota surrounding you, why not get married outside (as long as it’s warm enough)? We love the natural details in this sun-dappled affair, like wildflowers and rustic-feeling DIY crafts. —POPSUGAR

This couple’s waterfront wedding has all of the luxe, Art Deco-edge of one of Jay Gatsby’s parties. The only thing prettier than the gorgeous outdoor setting is the bride’s show-stopping gown. —Brides

Many who get married al fresco choose to keep their décor simple. This couple’s lovely, country-inspired wedding proves why a laid-back aesthetic is so effective — less is more! —Ruffled

We appreciate how this couple turned their Joshua Tree National Park-set vow renewal into a chance to work in all of the earthy, eclectic elements that a place like that demands. We’re talking teepees, mismatched chairs, mid-century Americana-inspired décor, and a tiara for the second-time-around bride. —Green Wedding Shoes

With Valentine’s Day on Saturday, we had to look at some traditionally romantic wedding ideas, too. This styled shoot features a lace gown, lush florals, and swoon-worthy calligraphy. It’s just perfect, V-Day, or no. —100 Layer Cake

On the flip side of that classic coin is this modern inspiration shoot, which shows how couples eloping or having a City Hall wedding can find Valentine’s Day and love-themed ideas all over New York. —Brooklyn Bride


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