Post # 1
I thought it would be fun to share our wedding themes. I’ve seen some creative ideas on this site! Even if you’re still in the process of planning, feel free to share inspirational photos. I had a butterfly themed wedding and here are some ways in which I was able to incorporate butterflies.
My butterfly bouquet.
The girls also had butterflies in their flowers.
And here are the centerpieces.
Our table 🙂
And the cake. We wanted a buttefly cake topper, but our recpetion hall provided it and didn’t allow us to change it :/
Post # 3
I’m having an Alice in Wonderland inspired wedding in 5 days!!! So no real pictures yet. We did pocket watches for the invitations, the venue has a mushroom vibe going on and my sister is making a caterpillar for the guestbook. I hope we can pull it off and it doesn’t look as crazy as it sounds. LOL!
Post # 4
I love it. Pocket watches for invites?? Ingenious!
Post # 5
@aprilbee11: Gorgeous theme!
Ours was a slight art deco/1920s theme. It mostly guided the choice in fonts, but here’s how it turned out:
Post # 6
My theme is vintage Hawaii; I haven’t done much but here’s what I’ve done:
inspiration board –
Some of the DIY table numbers –
DIY STD’s –
Post # 7
@jo.lee: awesome! the car is perfect. we also had a similar hairpiece 🙂
@MademoiselleL: the table numbers look great!
Post # 9
@aprilbee11: I love that! Everything looked gorgeous 🙂
@MademoiselleL:That’s gonna be so cute! Can I ask where you got those frames for your table numbers? I’ve been trying to find something like that.
We’re having a vintage carnival theme with shades of blue as the main colors, with red and yellow accents. So far I’ve made save the dates, but they aren’t finalized because I think we’re moving it to August. I made a guest book too.Guest book front, inside, and back. I’m cutting out different shapes in card stock for guests to write on and we’re going to stick them in the book.Cand buffet idea
Post # 10
@HeatherMM: You are sooooo creative!! I absolutely love the DIY projects and your dresses matches the theme perfectly!! Save-The-Date Cards certainly set the tone!
Post # 11
@jo.lee: is that Valle Vista???? Looks like it, we looked there! : )
Post # 12
@aprilbee11: Thanks 🙂 It took forever to get the book completed, but I’m really happy with the way it came out.
Post # 13
I’m attempting to pull off a Vintage Kentucky Derby theme. I’m having a bit of trouble…but here’s a bit of my inspiration board:
Some of the things I have so far? My shoes.
I just made these trophy place card holders.
candy that will be served.
it’s slowly coming together…
Post # 14
Don’t really know what to classify mine as – Old Hollywood maybe? Someone come up with a label for mine…hahaha:
What our cupcake display will look like
Centepieces (Well…close. I will be using tall cylindrical vases instead, and doing some tables with white feathers and some with black, and jazzing them up with damask ribbon and some crystals)
Idea For Programs:
Hair/Makeup Inspiration (Minus the flower, doing a birdcage veil instead)
Post # 15
@GeekChic: Old Hollywood works perfectly!