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Ways to Add Glitter and Glam to Your Wedding

When you think about royal weddings, you can’t help but think of glam and glitter. Here are some ways to include these elements into your big day.

1. Girl Time

De-stress with your bridesmaids during a weekend getaway just like future princess Meghan Markle, who was reported by Vogue to have had a “glamorous spa day” at the Soho Farmouse in Oxfordshire. Bring along your favorite nail polish, beauty masks, and some popcorn for your own Princess Diaries-esque sleepover.

2. Golden Invitations

Rose gold wedding invites are a beautiful way to add glam to your wedding. Make it a cohesive look by splurging on the rose gold, glitter-lined envelopes. Then seal it with a personalized custom stamp in the same color.

3. Long and Luscious Locks

Can’t grow your hair out in time for your wedding day? Clip-in hair extensions could do the trick! Get instant length and the wedding hair of your dreams. Style it like your favorite Disney princess with a long, loose braid and intertwine fresh flowers or glittering ribbons.

4. Table Runners

Your reception tables will get instant glam with a glittering table runner. The candle light will reflect off of thousands of tiny sequins creating a show-stopping look with minimal effort or expense.

5. LED Lighting

From up-lighting in bright, bold colors to minimal LED lighting on the tables - make a statement at your reception with your lighting choices. Create a star-lit night indoors or out with garland Edison bulbs or a magical showpiece with hanging white strands vertically from trees.

6. All that Glitters

Don’t invite guests to toss rice or seeds, or even blow bubbles. Have guests throw environmentally-safe bio-degradable glitter. How awesome is that? This glitterfetti is best for dry days though, as colors can stain in wet weather.

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