Gemma Morgan ~ Creative Director at The Wedding of my Dreams. Gemma brings you inspiration for your big day through her blog posts as well as sourcing new wedding decorations & details available to buy online at www.theweddingofmydreams.co.uk.
Are you looking for an alternative to the traditional wedding guest book? Our wooden JENGA set could be just what you are looking for. Ask your wedding guests to sign a wooden Jenga piece and stack it up making a lovely display at your wedding. Once all the pieces have been signed you will have a lovely memento for years to come. Every time you play Jenga in the future with friends and family members you will think back to your wedding.
If you are interested alternatives to the traditional guest book browse our range of alternative wedding guest books here – we have jigsaw puzzles, advice cards, top tips for happy marriage cards, wedding wishes hearts and more.
This week our wedding decoration of the week is our bronze CARDS bunting. If you are looking for that little extra styling touch for your wedding cards and gift table this CARDS bunting could be perfect (available in more colours). Hang the CARDS bunting against the wall behind your cards and gift table. If you are using a mailbox or suitcase or something similar to collect your cards you may also be able to attach the bunting to this.
This week our wedding decoration of the week is our cream jug wedding centrepiece. Cream jugs make lovely centerpieces for Spring and Summer weddings. Depending on the flowers you choose to fill them with they can work for equally well for English country garden weddings in marquees as they do for rustic weddings in barn venues.
Although the jugs make lovely centrepieces you may have decided you want something taller for your tables. If that’s the case you can still use jugs to decorate your wedding venue, how about a jug of flowers on your guest book table or next to your table plan. If you are getting married in the summer it is always worth having a vase of water for your bouquet to sit in to keep it fresh, these jugs can work well for this and could add extra decoration to your wedding cake table, or display all the bouquets in jugs along the front of your top table. For more ideas you may like our blog post – Wedding Jugs Ways To Use Jugs At Weddings.
Looking for something simple on your wedding tables? We love this cream metal jug. It will look perfect sitting in the centre of your wedding tables, perhaps on a square of hessian, on a tree slice or lace table cloth filled with large blooms.
These shabby chic cream metal jugs are great for a vintage chic or country styled English country garden weddings.
Whether your wedding reception is in a marquee, barn, on a farm, in a teepee or country pub these jugs make a lovely centrepiece.
The cream jugs are great to give away to guests filled with flowers, perhaps bridesmaids, mums, grandparents or someone who has done a reading. Don’t forget to keep a couple for yourselves and use them around your home as a reminder of your perfect day.
This week our wedding decoration of the week is for your wedding cake table or dessert table. These Eat Me flags for cupcakes are so cute. Ideal for an Alice in Wonderland themed wedding or party! If you are having smaller cupcakes set out on your dessert table place a cupcake flag in each one, alternatively if you are offering other sweet treats such as doughnuts or flapjacks these ‘eat me’ flags will work equally well.
This week our wedding decorations of the week are our Just Married paper lanterns. These paper lanterns are a budget friendly way of creating a real statement and look fab in photographs. The paper lanterns could be positioned at the entrance to your wedding reception venue so they are seen by all guests as you approach from your ceremony, they could be set up on the terrace in the evening so light up as it gets darker. We love this shot of the bride and groom with their daughter surrounded by the Just Married paper lanterns.
Top tip: these paper lanterns come flat packed so are easy to take with you for a destination wedding. Add pebbles or sand to the bottom to avoid them blowing over in the wind.
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