This week our wedding decorations of the week are our white and gold hanging vases for weddings. These hanging vases can look so lovely hanging in groupings at your wedding venue. If you have beams or poles in place at your venue or in your marquee these will be easy to hang. Alternatively hang these vases outside, from archways and pergolas in the garden or from branches of trees.
The vases could be used for flowers or tea lights. If you don’t want to hang the vases they also look great sat on tables. Whether you use them as part of your wedding centrepiece with the large matching white and gold vases or they could be used as accent decorations on your guest table, gift table or in the bar.
These pink and gold vases can be hung using the gold handle or sat on your tables with the gold handle as decoration. The vases could be used as part of a grouping on your wedding tables (these vases are also available in a larger size). Or positioned on poseur tables around your venue, on your ceremony table, down the aisle or in the bar or relaxed seating areas at your venue.
You don’t have to add flowers, the vases look lovely with a tea light in too as a small lantern.
Pink and gold is a beautiful colour combination for any wedding.
Our quilted candle holder is a pale pink / baby pink in colour, made from glass with a quilted effect. The handle of the candle holder is gold metal and can be used for hanging or just extra decoration.
Use either as a candle holder using a tea light inside or fill with water and use as a vase. Team up with our larger vase if you want to make a grouping on your guest tables.
Flowers and candles next to your guest book or on your ceremony table could also be displayed in these containers.
This week our wedding decoration of the week is our pressed glass hanging vase. Perfect for hanging both indoor and outdoors at your wedding. The pressed glass vases can be filled with flowers or if you would prefer to use them as lanterns add a tea light. Hang from trees outside at your venue, using long ribbons in trees or alternatively hang indoors from wooden beams. We think these look best when hung at different heights. Alternatively hang the vases from shepherds crooks and used to line the aisle or just to pretty up your outdoor areas.
Summer is well and truly here which means wedding season is in full swing. So we’re looking at some of our favourite Summer wedding decorations today – hanging vases. Whether they’re brimming with beautiful blooms or kept chic with a single rose, they’re a gorgeous decoration for an outdoor wedding.
Hanging vases full of floral delights bring in a lot of colour and personality to your wedding venue. If your wedding is based outdoors, there are tons of different ways you can incorporate this idea into your décor.
Even if your ceremony and reception is based indoors, it’s likely that guests will wander out into the sunshine in the evening. Dress up the outside by hanging a handful of vases from the branches of trees. It’s important to make sure the outside of your venue looks beautiful, even if the majority is based inside.
If you’re lucky enough to be having your wedding breakfast outside, use hanging vases as an elevated table centrepiece. Base your tables under trees if possible and attach the vases full of flowers to the trees. This is such a unique, unusual idea that your guests won’t have seen before and it’s a great way to get everyone talking. Plus, if the tables are under the trees your guests will be able to stay cool in the shade during the scorching heat of the day.
Another way of using hanging vases at your Summer wedding day is by using them as a backdrop. They’re an incredible backdrop for your wedding photographs. Why not hang them behind your wedding cake or dessert table? Match the colours of your chosen flowers to your wedding cake and tasty treats for a look that is completely coordinated.
Mix and match with hanging vases containing tea lights too. The variety of flowers and candles will look beautiful and glowing in the evening. If you wanted a style that looks natural and a little mismatched, shake things up by using a mixture of jam jars, mason jars and vases. You can turn jam jars, bottles and vases into hanging vases yourself by tying twine or wire around the lip at the top of the jam jar and creating a loop to hang from – see our blog post .
You can get really creative when it comes to dressing your vases. Lace ribbon looks beautiful wrapped around a vase and is perfect if you want an elegant wedding style. Hessian ribbon or natural twine is a great choice if you’re having a rustic or woodland wedding, and will fit in beautifully with your surroundings. Inject a splash of colour by using colourful ribbon to hang the vases from the trees with. It’s so easy to blend the vases into your colour scheme with the colour of the ribbon.
Hanging vases look fab if they’re hung from a variety of different heights, and it makes the décor look absolutely effortless. If you’ve not got many trees surrounding your wedding venue, fear not! Source as many shepherd hooks as you need, and plant them into the ground instead. Alternatively, add a few nails to a plank of wood that can be hung up somewhere – that would look gorgeous behind your dessert table.
The flowers you choose for the vases are incredibly important. Natural, wild flowers are perfect if you’ve opted for a country or English garden theme. However, roses or peonies are beautiful for an elegant affair. Be sure that they tie in with the rest of your wedding flowers, even if you are doing this bit yourself, as you don’t want them to be too contrasting.
The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.