Seven Acoustic Covers of Love Songs

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These past few weeks, I’ve been listening to Spotify’s “Acoustic Cover” playlist on serious repeat. I could probably sing the whole 99 song ensemble to you from start to finish. But we don’t have time for that. You have a wedding to plan! 

Instead, I combed through the list to find a few excellent numbers that you could easily use for your reception. A lot of these songs were completely opposite genres that some seriously talented vocalists made into gorgeous listens. Add them to your “to play” DJ list or just blast them while you’re wedding planning!

 

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1. I Believe In A Thing Called Love by The Branches (originally, The Darkness)

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2. Crazy In Love by Daniela Andrade (originally, Beyonce) 

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3. I Wanna Dance With Somebody by Rachel Brown (originally, Whitney Houston)

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4. Stolen Dance by Twin Bandit & Joshua Hyslop (originally, Milky Chance)

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5. I Can't Help Falling In Love by Haley Reinhart (originally, Elvis Presley)

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6. Rather Be by Jasmine Thompson (originally, Clean Bandit)

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7. Your Song by Ellie Goulding (originally, Elton John) 

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8 Ideas for your Wedding Welcome Signs

Wedding Welcome Signs

Welcome signs are one of the first things your guests see as soon as they walk up to your venue so it's important to get them right! They set the tone and warmly invite in your guests. Below are eight different ideas to fit any budget and style so you can kick off your wedding with a beautiful bang!  

wooden welcome wedding sign

Wooden Wedding Sign by Sweet Carolina Collective

1. Wooden calligraphy sign
Perfect for a rustic or minimal wedding, these signs are such gorgeous show stoppers! 

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Copper sign via Style Me Pretty // photo by Ruth Eileen Photography // coordination by KG Events & Design

2. Copper piping sign
I really hope this whole copper piping trend never dies. (My husband and I have started incorporating it into our home decor!) This welcome sign looks like a pretty simple DIY and makes for a beautiful entry. 

Wedding Sign Ideas

Photo by Jennifer Stuart Photography via Something Turquoise

3. Photos of each other lining the walkway. 
If you're having an outdoor wedding or a long walk way towards the venue, these photos are a great idea to kick things off. 

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Wedding Welcome Sign by Paper & Pine Co. 

4. Acrylic in photo frame
I love the simplicity of this acrylic look. If you're a talented hand letterer (or have a bridesmaid who is!), this would be a perfect canvas to write your and your groom's names. You could also paint the backside one of your wedding colors to give it just an extra pop. 

Wedding Welcome Sign Ideas

Wedding Welcome Sign by The Hipster Housewife

5. A mirror with gold or white writing
Oh, vintage brides. This is a perfect way to set the tone of your gorgeous wedding. Be on the look out at flea markets or thrift stores to see if you can snag a stunning mirror. Then, hire a calligrapher to fill it in or whip out your own chalkboard pen and do it yourself! 

wedding welcome sign ideas

Chalkboard Welcome Sign by Timber and Lace Co.

6. Chalkboard
Chalkboards are so versatile and go with most themes and budgets. Making a chalkboard is as easy as painting a piece of wood, so this is a perfect option for the DIY bride who still wants a luxury wedding look. 

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Wedding Photo Welcome Sign by Miss Design Berry, Inc. 

7. Printed canvas photo
If you are absolutely in love with one of your engagement photos, then now is the time to let it shine. Print it off and prop it up on an easel. It's a simple and easy way to say "we're so glad you're here." 

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Printable Wedding Welcome Sign by Julie Hartilieb Design

8. Printed welcome sign
This is also one of those DIY projects that can still kick off your wedding with a gorgeous bang. Search on Etsy for printable welcome signs, then simply print it off at your local print shop. Place it onto an easel and you're good to go! 


Fourth of July Wedding Inspiration

Fourth of July Wedding Inspiration

The Fourth of July is one of my absolute favorite holidays. You have all of the ingredients for a most excellent party: BBQ, swimsuits, sunscreen, friends, and of course fireworks. Even more important than all those spectaculars, however, we also celebrate the uniqueness of our beautiful country and the brave men and women who fought and are fighting for us. Which is why hosting a Fourth of July wedding may be the best decision you've made recently (aside from saying yes to that guy on one knee!).