Country wedding theme is more and more popular. It’s a good idea to save some budget and do beautiful wedding decorations by your hands. They could be created with the groom and it will be yours first project as a couple. Here we’re having these brilliant country wedding inspiration with wood pallets. Wedding Signs
Who here is a Great Gatsby fan?!?! I know I am. I loved the book when I was in school and both movies. Although I am more partial to Baz Lurhman’s spin with my teenage heartthrob LEO! As we all know that the colors used are mainly black, white, gold, silver, and champagne in the movie, and some of the decorations used are balloons, tinsel, streamers, flowers, confetti, lights, feathers, and basically anything shiny, sparkly, metallic, and luxurious. Here are some inspiring Great Gatsby ideas that will help you plan your wedding or even just a themed party!
In choosing a wedding color close to nature, consider a green wedding – romantic, ethereal, and absolutely timeless, which is very popular recently and will be one of the hottest colors in the year 2018. Shades of green color will complement your wedding theme and will definitely look great on photos as these colors will highlight the vibrant color. These light grey, platinum are soft on the eyes and can blend well with the ambiance, especially if it is an outdoor weddings.
Debating whether to break a tradition and see each other before the ceremony? These incredibly sweet first look wedding photos just might convince you! It’s a new trend in weddings where many couples choose to break this rule in favor of capturing the first look moment. It also adds a couple of additional hours of photography time to capture portraits and other special moments for the wedding album. Here’re 15 touching moment for your reference!
I love candlesticks for adding height, shape and interest to a tablescape. Unfortunately, many venues do not allow “open flames” so candlesticks with taper candles in them are often banned unless there is glass hurricane around them. Regardless of these rules, I have collected some amazing candlestick looks, some of which don’t even use candles so they would be fine for any venue…enjoy!
We call them boutonnieres, while others refer to them as buttonholes. Boutonniere is actually the French word for “buttonhole” and back in the day, the boutonniere was worn on the left lapel of a suit jacket and placed through the buttonhole. Well, I’m not here to give you a history lesson, so I’ll just say that though they are small, they are mighty. They can match the bride’s bouquet or not. They can go with the color palette of your wedding or be a statement piece. Here’re some stunning boutonniere ideas to choose from.
If you’re on the hunt for a wedding hairstyle that says ‘Vintage Vixen’ but still lets you look like yourself, look no further than these 16 seriously chic, vintage-inspired wedding hairstyles. From 20s style pin curls and sensational 60s chignons to retro 50s rolls, vintage hairstyles come in all shapes and sizes and there’s the perfect one for every bride. Here’re some stunning vintage wedding hairstyles for your reference!
Lavender is known as a soft, romantic shade of purple that works well with almost any other combination, which is frequently used in wedding celebrations, from color palette, decorations to dresses and favors. Here’re some loveliest lavender wedding ideas for your reference. Get a cup of coffee and move along to steal for your own event!
Wedding Favor Ideas
I am sure you have seen copper wedding decor ideas coming up lately all the time. I personally love this trend! It adds warmth to the wedding decor style and it matches harmoniously with any type of wedding theme. As you will see in the following lovely collection of copper ideas to incorporate in your wedding day, copper fits into every wedding style. If you are planning an elegant wedding you can choose to have copper details in your wedding invitations, if you are going for a boho chic wedding you are have your lavender boutonnieres wrapped with a pretty copper mesh wired french ribbon bow. There are so many creative ways to add a copper accent to your wedding decoration such as a floral centerpiece with a copper base, or copper metal cups that are perfect for a rustic wedding… or even copper wax seals on your escort cards. Following are some my favorites!
We talked about bride and groom sweetheart table decorations last time and today we’ll go with the bride and groom chair decorations. No matter what your wedding style or budget, there are endless options for decorating yours and your groom’s reception chairs. Are you a vintage-loving couple with an eye for whimsy touches? Then consider two mismatched floral-upholstered chairs with simple painted wood signs. They’ll stand out among more traditional rentals and speak to your unique style. If you prefer a more modern look, opt for clear acrylic chairs with gold laser-cut signs. It’s a contemporary choice that will look chic in a more industrial space. Check out these amazing wedding chair decoration ideas and get inspired!