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From the Mag: Ribbon Wedding Decor by Attention 2 Detail Events

See more photos from the "Project Wedding" feature in our current issue

For the Project Wedding feature in our current issue, we called upon Ashley Lloyd of Attention 2 Detail Events to whip up some fun and creative DIY projects for our readers. The result? Pretty ribbon-inspired reception decor ideas, including a ribbon chandelier, ribbon chair covers, a ribbon cake topper, and a ribbon wand for the flower girl. (We think this decor scheme would also be perfect for a bridal shower!) You can read the details of Lloyd’s inspiration and design—plus her instructions for creating these items with your own two hands—right here. Below, check out additional images from the Project Wedding photo shoot by Barrett Doran, including some adorable outtakes of our flower girl, Jada, a.k.a. America’s Next Top Model.

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Read the full Project Wedding feature here, or pick up a copy of our current issue to see the original article.

Thank you Ashley Lloyd for sharing your DIY ribbon decor ideas with our readers! And thank you to darling Jada for modeling for us!

{Images: Barrett Doran Photography}

4 Comments on “The Good, The Bad, The Ugly: 6 Wedding Traditions to Follow or Forgo

  1. I love the tradition of something old, new, borrowed and blue! It’s a fun, relatively simple, way to get creative and involve people who might not already have such a big part in the wedding. I borrowed a crystal cuff bracelet from a good friend (Tessa, in fact!) for my wedding day, and it was the perfect way to recognize our friendship in a simple, special way on my big day.

  2. This article is awesome, I love the wedding traditions. Especially the something old, borrowed, new & blue one. Getting creative is what its all about for the bride, even if it’s a tiny blue bow sewn somewhere in the dress, or lingerie. Or one single blue button on the dress. I think the traditions make the wedding more memorable to the couple.

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