How To Style A Silver And Crystal Wedding Centrepiece

What could be more beautiful than a silver and crystal wedding centrepiece? This timeless style will instantly give your wedding tables the wow factor, as well as making sure your venue sparkles the whole way through your wedding day. Do you love the thought of creating a twinkling centrepiece that oozes style, elegance and luxury? Then find out how you can create this silver and crystal wedding centrepiece with the help of Fleur Couture

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How To Style A Silver And Crystal Wedding Centrepiece

Whether you’re dreaming of a Winter wonderland wedding or a simply love the idea of sparkling reception tables, this silver and crystal wedding centrepiece is incredible easy to create.

A silver table cloth adorned with sequins or glitter will work as a dazzling base for this centrepiece. You’ll also find that it twinkles under the light of the candles in the evening.

Place a silver candelabra on a small metallic or mirrored box – the extra height will give your centrepiece even more impact. Drape our string of crystals from the candelabra and watch them glimmer and shimmer against the candlelight. Alternatively, you could use three or more silver candlesticks for the same effect.

Mercury silver vases and silver glitter table cloths for wedding centrepieces by The Wedding of my Dreams @theweddingomd

Using our mercury silver centrepiece tray, place a handful of vases around the candelabra. We recommend filling them white and green blooms for an extra dash of elegance. White flowers will fit in with the colour scheme perfectly. A few smaller tea lights dotted around your wedding centrepiece will add a fabulous finishing touch.

Team this silver and crystal centrepieces with magical place settings. Opt for silver cutlery tied with white ribbon, clear plates with a silver rim and metallic place names.

Your wedding tables will look truly stunning and oh-so-elegant. You could also use the same style for your wedding cake table, or your card and gift table. Simply opt for a silver table runner, and place a few silver mercury vases around the edge of the tables.

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Chunky Bronze Bottles Wedding Centrepieces

This week our wedding decorations of the week are our chunky bronze bottles for wedding centrepieces. These bronze bottles are the perfect addition to your wedding tables, mix in with some of our other chunky bronze vases to create a larger wow factor display in the centre of your tables. Or for a rustic glam look how about one of these bronze bottles with some bronze bud vases and tea light holders on a tree slice?

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  • These chunky bronze bottles make lovely vases. Use them for your wedding centrepieces. Group a couple of the bottles together to create a grouping, add in gold candle sticks or place them on a tree slice.
  • These bronze bottle vases can also look lovely as extra vases scattered around your venue. Add them to your guest book table, gift table or near your table plan for an extra floral touch.
  • The great news is they only need a couple of stems and even look great just with foliage so can help keep your flower budget down.
  • The bottles measure 19cm x 8cm
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Sage Green and French Blue Wedding Colour Scheme

Choosing a wedding colour scheme that suits both your style and the season can be incredibly difficult, but we’ve discovered a gorgeous colour combination that is extremely versatile. We just love the thought of a green and blue wedding theme!

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How To Pull Off A Sage Green and French Blue Wedding

A sage green and French blue wedding colour scheme can be used in any season – it works wonderfully in the Summer as a destination wedding colour scheme, but the cooler shades also look fab in the January and February months. So let’s take a look at how you can include these two delightful colours throughout your wedding details and décor…

There is always the option of donning a pale green or light blue wedding dress, but the majority of brides will choose a traditional white gown. This colour scheme is the perfect choice for wearing your ‘Something Blue’. A French blue belt tied around the waist of your gown is a beautiful way of reflecting your theme and the ‘Something Blue’ tradition. Alternatively, sew your wedding date into the inside of your gown in blue embroidery – this is becoming a very popular choice! Your groom will look absolutely fetching in a navy suit with a sage green bow-tie and handkerchief.

Blue is one of the most popular colour choice for bridesmaids but sage green is also a fab colour for your ladies, so why not mix and match? If you’ve got 4 or 5 bridesmaids, ask them which their preferable colour choice is to wear. They’ll hugely appreciate choosing a colour that suits their individual style, and your girls will still look coordinated.

Sage green and French blue is really suited to a rustic wedding theme, so try incorporating woody elements into your wedding venue décor. A long wooden banquet table will look striking with a linen blue table runner and an abundance of wild greenery and foliage – think lots of Eucalyptus, then you’ll have a lovely scent too. White candles in silver holders nestled amongst the greenery will look stunning as table centrepieces. Place a sprig of Eucalyptus or flora on a French blue napkin – they’ll look fab at your place settings. Sage green table numbers and place names will add to the colour scheme and will effortlessly dress your tables up.

Use white details throughout your big day to brighten up your theme – the contrast will look beautifully against the green and blue shades. A white iced wedding cake on a wooden cake stand adorned with leafy details adds a botanical element to your wedding. So chic!

The Wedding of my Dreams has a huge variety of green and blue items that will help add to your wedding décor. For instance, our chunky organic green vase looks fab filled with succulents or cacti. Add to your wedding tables or even your gift table for extra detail. Our blue paper pom-poms are fab choice for venue décor and they look great hanging from the ceiling or along the trees. They’re a really simply way of adding a touch of colour to your wedding venue.

We adore this minimalist colour scheme and it’s perfect for a botanical style wedding in January or February. If you did want to recreate this style in the Summer, simply opt for warmer shades of green and blue.

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Black and Gold New Year’s Eve Wedding

Black and Gold New Year’s Eve Wedding Ideas

New Year’s Eve is a truly magical and special time of the year to tie the knot. It signifies new beginnings and what better way to kick-start the year as man and wife? Pair it with an electric party atmosphere and a glamorous black and gold colour scheme – perfection! Let’s take a look at how you can create a black and gold New Year’s Eve wedding.

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Stylish Stationery

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First things first: your wedding stationery. Give your guests a hint of what’s around the corner with chic black and gold wedding stationery. There are endless designs out there that are perfect for this theme. Crisp white stationery with gold or black calligraphy will look elegant and timeless. Perhaps opt for modern black envelopes and fill them with gold glitter? It’ll give your guests a sparkling impression as soon as they open the envelope!

The Bride and Bridesmaids

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When it comes to your wedding outfit, why not don a pair of glittering gold heels and some glam gold accessories? Your bridesmaids will look divine in a variety of gold gowns – the mix and match trend is still going strong. Dress them in shades from rose-gold to pale champagne gold: they’ll look co-ordinated and stylish.

Sparkling Cocktails

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You can have heaps of fun when it comes to a black and gold New Year’s Eve wedding and cocktails are just the start of it! Serve your favourite cocktails in gold rimmed glasses with black and gold striped straws. Create a glamorous cocktail bar with a golden framed sign saying ‘Pop! Fizz! Clink!’. It’ll get your guests in the celebratory mood straight away.

Signs and Seating Plans

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Signs are a great addition to any wedding décor, but they work really well for a black and gold New Year’s Eve wedding. Write your favourite romantic quotes in white writing on various blackboards. Place the blackboards in gilded frames and display them around your wedding venue. It’s a great idea for your seating plan and it’ll effortlessly add to the glamorous feel of your big day.

Black and Gold Wedding Cake

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Metallic gold cakes have been seen throughout 2016 and they’re still going to be on trend for the upcoming year. But why not opt for a chic black wedding cake instead? A black iced cake isn’t seen very frequently, so you can count on it being unique! You can easily brighten it up with sugar flowers or golden icing. Display on a gold cake stand and a black sequin table runner for maximum impact.

Celebrate with Balloons

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Balloons are immediately associated with parties, so they’re perfect for a black and gold New Year’s Eve wedding. You could tie a handful of black and gold balloons in a bundle and put them at your wedding venue entrance. Balloons also make for fabulous wedding photograph props!

New Year’s Eve Wedding Table Décor

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There are so many ways to style a black and gold New Year’s Eve wedding table. Our black and gold chevron table runner is the perfect place to start – it is a fab base for your table décor. Accessorise with our gold heart place card holders. Use lots of golden candles to create a warm atmosphere – you’ll need it in the Winter! You could display your table numbers in antique black frames or even a golden calligraphy sign.

Send-Off Sparklers

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What better way to end the night than with some wedding send-off sparklers? Give them to your guests as wedding favours and light them at midnight. Not only will it make for a seriously romantic photograph opportunity, it’s the perfect start for the year ahead!

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Hanging Vases And Candle Holders For Winter Weddings

Hanging Vases And Candle Holders For Winter Weddings

Winter is well and truly here which means that Christmas is just days away. Which is why today we’re looking at some magical Winter wedding inspiration! Hanging vases and candle holders are a great way of injecting personality into your Winter wedding and there are so many different ways they can be used. Discover our favourite decoration ideas for hanging vases and candle holders.

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If you love the thought of a simple yet stylish minimalist wedding theme then listen up, as we’ve got the perfect centrepiece for your reception tables. Simply secure some small branches or twigs in a vase. Then hang small candle holders from the branches and fill with tea lights. It’s easy to style and it creates a chic Winter vibe that your guests will love.

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You can easily create a rustic tree centrepiece too – the perfect choice if you’re planning a Winter woodland wedding theme. Rather than using a vase as a base, opt for a wooden crate and fill it with dried moss. Then you can just secure it with some small branches or twigs and decorate it with rustic hanging candle holders.

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The outside of your wedding venue can often look a little bare in Winter, especially once all of the trees have lost their leaves. But don’t fret, it’s easy to make the outside of your venue look as good as the inside. Simply tie glass vases full of Winter blooms to the tree branches using a roll of twine ribbon.

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If you’re lucky enough to have a rustic barn wedding venue that features lots of wooden beams, make use of them! Hanging vases and candle holders will look incredible tied along the beams, dangling over the reception tables. It’ll give your venue a gorgeous glowing ambience and can even be an alternative to traditional centrepieces.

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If your wedding venue doesn’t feature beams but you love the thought of hanging vases and candle holders above your reception tables, it’s time to get DIY savvy. You’ll need to check with your venue first, but you can easily create your own temporary wooden installation that has the same effect as beams.

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Hanging vases and candle holders for Winter weddings will look fab anywhere you put them, but why not add an extra festive touch? You could wrap twine, hessian or even tartan ribbon around the rim of your candles, jam jars or mason jars. Use a glittering gold or silver ribbon to hang your vases from – you can never have too much sparkle at a Winter wedding!

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Go all out with your wedding venue decor and create a showstopper centrepiece that’s different from the norm. Fill large mercury hanging vases with Winter foliage – the wild and overflowing greenery will look stylish and it’s perfect for the season.

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Add a dash of glamour to your Winter wedding with our gold and grey hanging lanterns. You could hang them from your wedding venue entrance or from your wedding gift table. Fill with tea lights for a golden glow.

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Hanging vases, candles and flowers are the perfect ingredients for a stunning ceremony backdrop. Adorn an archway or beam with lots of foliage and Winter blooms – you can never go wrong with romantic red roses. Work in some small hanging vases and candle holders and you’ve got yourself a seriously special place to say ‘I Do’.

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If your venue has hanging chandeliers, consider giving them a festive touch by decorating them with a Winter wreath. You could then hang vases or candle holders from the chandeliers for maximum impact. Your wedding venue will look completely unique, as well as magical.

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Take a look at our collection of hanging decorations vases and candle holders!

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