Ideas For Using Lace Ribbon At Weddings

Using lace ribbon at weddings creates a beautiful, elegant theme that is timeless. Today we’re looking at how to use lace ribbon throughout your wedding day; from your dress to your décor, we’ve got it covered. Indulge yourself in a little wedding inspiration with our fab lace ribbon ideas…

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Lace has always been on of the most popular fabrics for wedding gowns, and we can definitely see why. It’s a beautiful, delicate bridal fabric that never goes out of fashion. A lace gown is the perfect way to kick-start a lace wedding theme. Have you ever considered wearing lace shoes? They’ll look super cute peeping out from underneath your gown. A veil will look beautiful lined with lace ribbon too, and you can easily incorporate it into your bridal accessories.

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Lace Wedding Stationery

Let’s talk about your wedding stationery. You can ultimately choose any stationery design you fancy, but by wrapping a pretty lace ribbon around each invite you’ll give your guests a subtle hint of your theme. This will look oh-so pretty and it’s the perfect way to set the scene for your special day…

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Wedding Flowers

You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to using lace ribbon at weddings, but one of my favourite ideas is by using it in your wedding bouquet. Simply wrap lace ribbon around the stems of your blooms. You could even add a pretty brooch or mini photo-frame to the lace for a personal touch.

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Lace Table Décor

Forget hessian or sequin table runners, we adore lace table runners! They are such a stunning addition to any wedding table and will look completely elegant. Add a few mason jars wrapped with lace ribbon along the table – they’ll look fab filled with pretty flowers or dainty tea-lights. Why not wrap lace ribbon around cutlery, napkins and wedding favour bags too?

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Lace Ribbon At Weddings

There are tons of subtle ways to use lace ribbon at weddings. For instance, you could tie your confetti bags with pretty lace ribbon! Lace ribbon looks absolutely gorgeous on a wedding cake too! You can use real lace ribbon by wrapping it around each tier, or you can ask your cake-maker to create lace icing from top to bottom! Either way, you’re guaranteed a cake that looks too good to eat!

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As you can see, lace ribbon is a beautiful way of decorating your wedding venue and it looks wonderful in the smaller details too. We hope you love this theme idea as much as we do!

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Fab DIY Idea – Gin Bottles As Vases 

Wedding season is now in full swing, which means we’ve got tons of fab and fun décor ideas running through our heads. We couldn’t resist sharing one of our favourite ideas with you today; using gin bottles as vases for your wedding day. This is a unique idea that is simple yet effective, and your wedding venue is bound to look wonderful.

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Gin bottles may not be the first thing that come into your head when you think of vases, but there are so many ways of using them as part of your venue décor. You can also be super clever with your gin bottles, by matching them to your colour scheme. For instance, Gordon’s Gin will be perfect for a green wedding whereas Bombay Sapphire gin bottles will fit in fantastically with a blue theme. Gin bottles as vases work perfectly for table centrepieces to hold pretty flowers and candles, or you could simply dot them around your wedding venue or along your bar for a pop of colour.

Gin Bottles As Vases – Table Centrepieces

If you’ve opted for long banquet tables, I would recommend lining gin bottles along the middle of your tables – possibly every two places or so. They look fab standing tall on their own, but will also look great stood on a hessian table runner.

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There are a number of different ways you can use gin bottles as vases for round wedding tables. They’ll look fab placed on wooden tree slices for a rustic, outdoorsy wedding. Alternatively, if you’re planning a vintage affair, why not place gin bottles on antique books and suitcases? You’re guaranteed to transport your guests to a bygone era!

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Gin Bottles As Vases – Wedding Décor

You can also use gin bottles as vases for your wedding venue décor. A gin bottle full of beautiful blooms will look fab surrounded by tea lights – place in a small wooden crate for extra impact.

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They would also look wonderful dotted around your wedding venue entrance – you could include a mixture of different brands to create interest. It’s easy to create a fabulous wedding day based around this theme. You could offer your guests mini gin bottles as wedding favours. I love the thought of using the different brands of gin as table names, or you could stick numbers in each bottle to indicate the seating plan. There are tons of ways to get creative!

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Other Bottle Ideas

But you don’t just have to use gin bottles as vases; you could use perfume bottles or wine bottles – all empty, of course! Bottles are a great DIY idea and they always look fab filled with flowers or candles.

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We Love A Touch Of Gold! Ideas For Gold Wedding Decorations

Today’s post is all about gold wedding decorations. Gold is becoming wildly popular in the world of weddings, and we’ve seen it appear more and more in the last few seasons. It’s a wonderfully versatile metallic that looks beautiful with a variety of different colours. You can use it as the main colour theme for your big day, or pair with colours such as mint or blush pink for a heavenly colour combination.

You can go down the vintage route, with splashes of antique gold throughout your wedding décor. Alternatively, you can create a theme with a modern edge. Take a look at our gorgeous ideas for gold wedding decorations to see how you can create a wedding with a touch of gold!

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Ideas For Gold Wedding Decorations

Golden wedding vases brimming with beautiful blooms make beautiful table centrepieces, and are a relatively purse-friendly décor idea. Mix and match different size vases for extra impact.

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If you’re planning an urban or city wedding, why not use gold terrariums full of succulents or cacti? This is a modern and contemporary style that brides are seriously loving at the moment. If you’ve got long trestle tables, you could line tall gilded candle holders along the table. Not only will this look stylish, it’ll create a lovely welcoming glow for your guests.

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Golden plates and cutlery is perfect if you want to go all out with your golden theme. Simple white stationery with embossed golden calligraphy will look elegant as place settings, especially against gilt plates. Gold sequin table runners will add a subtle sparkle to your reception tables, without being too over the top.

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I love the idea of hanging golden geometric vases around your wedding venue – they make truly fab gold wedding decorations. Fill with flowers or candles for something a little extra.

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Vintage, gold frames are a relatively cheap and easy way of decorating your venue. Add a few to your wedding gift table with your favourite photographs, or use them to display your table numbers. They’re perfect gold wedding decorations if you want to add a vintage feel to your big day.

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If you’ve got a blank canvas wedding venue that needs some TLC, why not decorate with gold and white ombré balloons? You could even try our gold balloons that spell out ‘LOVE’ or ‘MR & MRS’. Not only will your guests adore them, they’ll make perfect backdrops for your wedding photographs and can work wonderfully as props.

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Even your wedding favours can work as gold wedding decorations. Display golden cupcakes or other edible treats on a gold painted tray. It’ll look seriously opulent, and makes those favours feel extra special. While we’re talking about yummy delights, a metallic iced wedding cake is simply made for a gold cake stand! It can be the focal point of your wedding reception, and will help your colour scheme come together beautifully.

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Gold works beautifully as the main colour for a wedding theme, but small touches of gold here and there look just as fabulous. If you are adding another colour into the mix, it’s easy to include them together in your venue décor. Use your stationery, wedding cake and table centrepieces as a way to reflect your colour palette. This metallic hue isn’t going anywhere, and is the perfect way to create a luxe feel to your special day.

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Painted Kilner Jars For Vases or Candle Holders at Weddings

Are you thinking of using kilner jars or jam jars for your wedding centrepeices? Or to hold your bouquets once you have finished with them. Kilner jars can look lovely as the plain glass they come in but for a different look why not add a touch of paint to include more of your wedding colours. Chalk paint works really well, you could try pastel shades or perhaps use bronze or golf spray paint for a metallic look. Simply paint the jars, two coats is normally enough and depending on the look you want to achieve you could distress the paint effect using sand paper to remove some of the paint.

Painted Kilner Jars For Vases at Weddings

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If you fancy having a go at making these yourself, you may like our plain kilner jars.

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Ways To Use Petals At Your Wedding

Thinking of using petals for the traditional confetti throwing moment once you are married? What a lovely idea, but there are a few other ways to use petals at your wedding and incorporate them into your wedding styling as well. Whether you use fresh rose petals from your florist or freeze dried petals they will make lovely wedding decorations.

Ways To Use Petals At Your Wedding

  1. For the traditional confetti throw
  2. Throw confetti in your wedding photos
  3. Spread petals down either side of the aisle at your wedding ceremony
  4. Use petals as additional decorations on your wedding tables, or on your cake table or guest book table.

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