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!
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!
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!
Greenery wedding decor is easy way to add nature and style to your reception. Furthermore greenery wedding is popular and fashionable nowadays. It is a wonderful alternative to florals, which will give a lush look for your wedding. This wedding trend use budget friendly and naturally beautiful foliage, greenery and plants for example: lily grass, leather leaf, tree fern, galax, lavender, sage, monstera leaves, ivy, rosemary, cordyline and eucalyptus. Here’re some other posts about greenery wedding themes:
Give a stylish nod to the past with nostalgic details. Vintage weddings never go out of fashion. Many couples rock such ideas because vintage is charming, sweet and extremely romantic! Actually, creating a vintage centerpiece is not that hard, picking a vintage vase, bottle or even a kettle and add some beautiful flowers. Today I’ve rounded up some awesome vintage wedding centerpieces here and let’s get inspired.
In addition to making some great wedding decor, signs are a great way to not only direct guests to where they need to go and what they need to do, but they are a fun way to lighten the mood from the start of the wedding! So today, we’re showcasing some of our favorite wedding day signs — from vintage to rustic to elegant and everything in between, I am sure there is a sign in here that you’re going to want to order for your wedding day!
So you want to get married in a yurt? Or is that a tipi? Perhaps you picture your dream elegant affair in a marquee? Or maybe it’s a sailcloth tent? Yep, when it comes to housing your guests on a wedding day, not all tents are created equal. You’d be forgiven for thinking a tented reception, is simply a tent and, in fact, we thought there were many kinds of tents, tops, when we started putting together the post. Here’re some trending tented reception ideas for your reference.
If you are looking for something non-traditional, this is it. Most vintage wedding dresses are created from luxury, silk fabrics and finished with stunning bead-work. You have been envisioning your wedding dress since you were a little girl, make a statement on your wedding day with a gorgeous vintage wedding dress true to your style.