I saw this stunning wedding on Ruffled wedding blog recently and had to share it with you. The wedding was set in the beautiful Tuscany and had an intimate and elegant Italian Renaissance garden feel to it. The couple wanted to merge the indoors with the outdoors to maximise the Tuscan views.
Love the sound of this? You could create this look at your own wedding, creating similar centrepieces. Grey urn wedding centrepieces filled with an abundance of white and green flowers with smaller grey urns around the base and grey stone candle sticks. Above the centre of the table hang a mix of glass containers for flowers and candles.
This week our wedding decoration of the week is our ever popular world map wedding table plan. This table plan is perfect for a travel themed wedding, or maybe you aren’t having a complete travel theme but are choosing to name your tables after places around the world. Either way we think it looks fab and a great price with minimal DIY needed.
1. Find a frame or stick the world map print onto foam board with our decorative tape, or use inside our wooden frame
2. Choose cities around the world which mean something special to you as a couple – these will be your table names
3. Stick a pin in the cities you have chosen
4. Write your table name followed by guests names on luggage tags and attach to each pin with bakers twine, you may choose to print the guests names onto our brown address labels and stick on to the luggage tags
5. Keep in your home as a reminder of your wedding day
Here at The Wedding of my Dreams we love opening up magazines to see our wedding decorations featured. This month we have found our decorations in a number of different wedding magazines. Check our instrgram account for more press features.
We found lots of our decorations in issue 2 of Rock N Roll Brides Magazine, this is a brand new magazine from Rock N Roll Bride Blog, if you are looking to add an alternative twist to your wedding day this magazine is for you.
Are you looking for ways to decorate the aisle at your wedding ceremony? Flowers can look stunning down the aisle, running either side of the aisle in vases, hanging from the sides of chairs or pews or large scale urns to frame the bride and groom as they say their vows, but not everyone loves flowers and not everyone wants them to decorate their aisle.
Non Floral Aisle Decorations For Wedding Ceremonies
Today we are looking at non floral aisle decorations for wedding ceremonies. If flowers aren’t your thing there are still lots of ways to pretty up the aisle. We love the use of candles, though make sure you place candles in large containers or lanterns to keep everyone safe, some of our glass candy jars can make great value candle holders or lanterns. Willow hearts can be hung from chairs, as can paper poms poms, you can even fasten bunches of white twigs to frame the aisle, this would look amazing for a winter wonderland wedding. Other ideas include decorating with stars, fruit, or for an outdoor ceremony chalking hearts down the aisle.
This week our wedding decorations of the week are our bronze tea light holders. If you are wanting to add a touch of bronze to your wedding these would be perfect. Bronze, copper and metallic materials can look fab at weddings, add them in with natural rustic decorations for a rustic glamour theme.
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