How To Create A Rustic Wedding Dessert TableA wedding cake table backdrop is guaranteed to look gorgeous and it's an easy way of adding the wow factor to your wedding venue. A hessian or burlap backdrop will look wonderful behind your dessert table. However, you could also use some rustic brown paper as a backdrop. If you're providing your guests with various yummy treats, we love the thought of writing the menu selection on the paper. Image Source - Photographer Wooden pallets would also make a unique backdrop your dessert or cake table, and they're the perfect way to add a rustic touch to your decor. If you wanted to add a pop of colour, simply tie some ribbons or pretty balloons to the pallets. Blooms and foliage are also the perfect match for wooden backdrops. Image Source - Photographer Make a statement with a rustic wedding dessert table by using a combination of wooden crates and ladders. You can decorate the ladders with greenery, lanterns or vases full of flowers. If you are using wooden crates as part of your rustic wedding dessert table, we suggest using them as part of your centrepieces too. You could also use them to hold your confetti cones or wedding programs. This will keep your wedding decor looking coordinated. Image Source - Photographer Have you ever considered using wooden barrels to create a rustic wedding dessert table? Place your wedding cake on just one barrel, or you use two to create a table overflowing with delicious treats and yummy cakes. Image Source - Photographer Stuck for ideas on how to decorate your rustic wedding dessert table? Look no further than dried moss. You can use this to decorate the edges of the table, and it'll be the perfect way of adding a rustic vibe to your reception. Why not use it to line your reception tables too? Image Source - Photographer Wild blooms with a country garden feel will look super pretty tied to your dessert table. Use a twine ribbon for an extra rustic touch. Keep the same theme throughout your decor by pinning them to the end of your aisle pews too. Image Source - Photographer We love how you can use a variety of wooden crates to create a unique cake and dessert display. Style the crates so they are different heights and shapes for extra interest. Your guests won't be able to resist having a slice of cake or two. Image Source - Photographer Cheese cakes are a delicious addition to any dessert table, and they're a must-have addition to a rustic wedding. Fill the drawers of a dresser with savoury biscuits, cutlery and fruit. Image Source - Photographer Use a variety of rustic wooden tree slices to display your wedding cake, cupcakes or other scrumptious delights. Use a mixture of different sizes and styles – this natural and wild style is simply made for a rustic wedding. Image Source - Photographer Go all out with your wedding cake stand by using a large tree stump. You could even carve out a heart or your initials into the wood for a personal touch. Our birch bark lanterns with a heart cut-out would look fab surrounding your dessert table. Image Source - Photographer There is something so romantic and charming about a rustic wedding, and it's easy to reflect this theme through your dessert table. Don't let your wedding cake and desserts go unnoticed with our rustic wedding table inspiration!
Bright Colourful Same Sex WeddingAnita is Italian, and Claudia is Swiss-German, so everything (invites, menus, wedding website etc) was written in three different languages. They used our blackboard arrow signs to show guests where to sit for the wedding ceremony. For their wedding favours Claudia and Anita chose our 'Let The Love Grow' wedding favour envelopes which were filled with seeds for their guests to plant. The envelopes and stickers are personalised with the name of the couple and wedding date. The centrepieces were bright rustic flowers in a simple mason jar sitting on a rustic tree slice. We think these look fab in the barn setting. For the table numbers Anita and Claudia stuck our personalised table number stickers to their wine bottles. These were personalised with the name of the couple and wedding date. Don't they look amazing next to those wonderfully bright flowers. I love the use of our 'Mrs' chalkboard signs as wedding chair backs too. For the table plan Anita and Claudia chose to use our birdcage table plan with luggage tags, and alphabet stamps to add that personal touch. And to finish off their decor they used our JUST MARRIED paper lanterns. Watch their beautiful wedding film below by 2 become 1. Pop to the shop to see these wedding decorations for sale in our shop.
Earlier in the Spring our sister company Passion for Flowers were involved in styling a brand new barn venue. The Moat House Dorsington is a lovely exclusive use barn venue near Stratford Upon Avon, Passion for Flowers along with a team of talented wedding suppliers transformed the venue for their launch shoot.Passion for Flowers used a number of props from The Wedding of my Dreams' collection - we thought you'd like to see how they used them. See the full shoot over on the Passion for Flowers blog (Ceremony Shoot / Rustic Spring Reception)