DIY Wedding Wednesday: How To Pull Off a Modern Minimalist Wedding

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There’s something to be said about adhering to the old “less is more” concept when designing a wedding. Certainly if it’s a modern look you’re after, the minimalist approach is the way to go. But minimalist need not mean basic. It’s the exact opposite. When it’s only choice items you decide to incorporate into your day, each one of your selected pieces should be spot on in matching the particular aesthetic you’re going after. Not sure where to start? No worries. We got you! Here’s a look at what you need to pull off modern minimalism to perfection.

Pretty and Polished

Playing with metal finishes and metallic shades is always a good idea when you’re looking to create a contemporary design. They instantly provide for the sleek finish a modern day style calls for.

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White and Bright

Bring in a sense of warmth into a design that might otherwise feel stark by complimenting your metals with bright white accents. Think classic pieces that speak to the femininity of a wedding day celebration.

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Simple and Smart

Leave no detail behind. From cake top to table top, ensure even the traditional ‘must have’ day of accessories tie into your overall target look.

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xoxo.

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Style Spotlight: Dreamy and Sweet

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There is no doubt that great weddings are made up of two amazing people in love. But what makes them remain a favorite in your guests’ minds comes down to the overall guest experience. One way to make anyone happy, whether at a wedding or not, is with really good food. Sweet potato fries, anyone? So today we’re featuring some of our favorite ways to get your guests’ taste buds revving, including one of our favorite dessert displays (shown above) from the 2016 Weddingstar magazine. Is your mouth watering yet?

Idea 1: The Dessert Station

The dessert station is always a favorite and allows guests to choose from other desserts besides the wedding cake. This is a great way to cater to everyone’s sweet tooth whether they love pie, cake or candy. Plus, having these smaller bites to choose from gives guests something to nibble on throughout the night, or take home with them to enjoy later on.

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Mini Pie Pops in Galvanized Tin

featured above: Cake Topper: Oh So Sweet Acrylic Topper | Favor Box: Clear Acetate | Twine: Gold Metallic | Tin: Galvanized Metal | Tag: Geo Marble Small Tag

Idea 2: The Welcome Drink Station

While food is a definite must at weddings, so are the drinks. And what sweeter way to welcome guests to your reception than by displaying a table of drinks ready to enjoy right by the entrance. Whether it’s your favorite mixed drink, a bottle of beer or a glass of wine, it’s sure to be appreciated. Just don’t forget to set out some non-alcoholic options for those that prefer otherwise. Cheers!

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Personalized Shot Glasses Personalized Glass Flask
Personalized Flutes with Marble Print Paper Coasters

featured above: Backdrop: Agate Allure | Drink Dispenser: Clear Glass | Shot Glass: Tall Personalized | Flask: Clear Glass with You’re A Gem Etching | Flute: Classic Glass – Printed | Coaster: Agate Allure Card Set

Idea 3: The Popcorn Station

Popcorn is a great choice to serve at weddings and is a favorite for all ages. Create a self-serve popcorn station with dip-dyed baskets full of plain popcorn, then set out mini shakers filled with a variety of popular seasonings. You can even pre-fill these shakers with seasonings for guests to take home as favors.

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Personalized Wedding Popcorn Flavor Shakers

featured above: Goodie Bag: Ikat Print | Picnic Basket: Large Decorative | Scoop: Candy Scoop in Ivory | Shakers: Mini Jar Shaker Favors | Stationery Holder: Antique White | Sign: Ikat Open Format

Idea 4: The Chili ‘n Fries Station

And now for something completely different – delicious, hearty, homemade chili because, why not!? Served grab-n-go style in mingle−friendly bowls that are just the right size, your guests will love this fan favorite. And for those who may not be a fan, have some sweet potato fries at the ready for a snack that’s sure to satisfy. You can even pre-package your favorite chili sauce or spice rub as a favor your guests can use at home.

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Sweet Potato Fries Wedding Favor Personalized Canvas Favor Bag with Stamp
Sauce and Spice Rub Wedding Favors

featured above: Bowl: Mini Pinch Pot | Spoon: Eco Wood Utensil Set | Tag: Geo Marble | Twine: Metallic Gold | Sign: Geo Marble Open Format | Frame: Self-Standing Antique Wood Finish | Glass: Mini Martini Glass | Pouch: Mini Linen with Drawstring | Stamp: Diamond Shape Personalized | Jar: Mini Glass Bottle Favor with Snap Lid | Sticker: Geo Marble Small Sticker

We want to know – what are you serving at your wedding for dessert or snacks? Tell us below!

See wedding style spotlights + more in our Weddingstar Magazine available here or on a newsstand near you.

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Credits:

Planner and Styling: Style and Swoon / Photography: A Lovely Life Photography / Flowers: Style and Swoon / Cake and Desserts: Fabulous Cakes / Favors, Decor and Accessories: Weddingstar

DIY Wedding Wednesday: Putting On The Glitz

Gold and glitter are a great way to elevate your wedding décor and take it to the next level. If you’re looking for ways to add some extra glitz and gold to your wedding, here are 10 gorgeous DIY ideas guaranteed to make your event sparkle.

1. Unity Candle Holders & Candles – DIY Gold Trim with Paper Bow

Dress up this candle ceremony even more by spray painting the base of the Taper Candles gold and adding an adorable paper bow to the central Unity Candle for an extra dimension. Transform these vintage inspired candle holders by simply adding a touch of gold paint to the edges.

Glitz And Glam Unity Candle

Featured here: Taper Candles / Unity Candle: Glitz & Glam / Pillar Candle Holder: Vintage Inspired / Taper Candle Holder: Vintage Inspired / Bow: Assorted Paper

Glitz and Glam Unity Candle with Black Paper Bow Embellishment Taper Candle Holder

2. DIY Gold Glittered Pomander Chair Markers

You can get the look for these sparkly pomanders with a little glue and a lot of gold glitter! See the Step by Step to achieve the look here.

Wooden Pomander Chair Markers

Featured Above: Pomanders: Wooden Floral / Ribbon: Gold

3. Bow Tie Table Numbers – DIY Gold Bow Tie

These Bow Tie Acrylic Table Numbers are already dressed up, so why not add some gold paint to the bowtie to dress it up even more?

White Acrylic Self-Standing Table Numbers

Featured above: Table Number: Bow Tie

4. DIY Gold Painted Woodland Animals

These assorted miniature woodland animals make the perfect addition to any woodland themed reception table and are a great wedding favor for your guests. Dress them up by spray painting them gold!

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5. Mini Favor Vases – DIY Gold Paint

Dress up these mini favor vases by masking off sections and spray painting with gold paint. The result is a unique pattern with a splash of gold to really glam them up!

DIY Gold Painted Mini Favor Vase

Featured Above: Vases: Mini Favor

6. DIY Glittered Votive Holders

Gold glitter is an inexpensive way to give a sparkly boost to these votive holders. It’s as simple as applying glue to the rim of the holder and dusting them with glitter!

DIY Gold Glittered Mint Green Votive Holders

Featured Above: Votive Holder: Classic Glass

7. Favor Boxes

These adorable favor boxes are super easy to mix and match to achieve a layered effect, with gold and black. Add a paper bow to the top to tie it all together. Fill with mints or your favorite candy!

Gold and Black Square Wedding Favor Boxes

Featured here: Favor Box: Black / Favor Box: Gold / Bow: Medium Paper / Tag: Mint To Be

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8. Gold Shimmer Die Cut Hearts

These shimmery Double Heart Cards are the perfect finishing touch for your table décor, and add that extra touch of gold, without the extra effort. Impress your guests by perching them on the rim of wine glasses.

Wedding Champagne Flutes with Gold Diecut Paper Heart Tag

Featured above: Die Cut Cards: Double Heart

9. Vintage DIY Gold Frame

This vintage frame, originally in white, can be glammed up to really catch the eye of your guests with a wash of gold paint. It is a fantastic display prop for your ceremony or reception that can be used to highlight photos and cards.

Ornate Vintage Inspired Hanging Frame

Featured Above: Frame: Vintage Inspired / Wax Seals: Double Heart / Clips: Mini Wooden

10. DIY Mini Mason Jar Overhang

This DIY mini mason jar overhang will add a whimsical touch to your special day. Adding glitter and personalized cards to the jars will set this aerial display over the edge. Follow these Step by Step directions to help get the look, and add your own personal flair.

DIY Hanging Mini Mason Jars with Gold Glitter

Featured Above: Jars: Mini Mason Jars / Cards: Small Round / Rubber Stamp: Personalized / Twine: Metallic Gold

Style Spotlight: Vagabond Romance

Today we are excited to share one of our Ambassador’s photoshoots that was featured in the 2016 Weddingstar magazine! Alexandra McNamara of Blush and Bowties pulled together a stunning, bohemian wedding full of free-spirited, romantic details that has us all swooning. From naked cakes to caravans to one stunning couple, here’s some serious inspiration to fuel your wanderlust.

Style Spotlight: Vagabond Romance
Vagabond Romance Floral Bouquet Vagabond Romance Naked Cake with Porcelain Bloom Cake Topper
Vagabond Romance Glamping Bride and Groom

featured above: Ceramic Bottle: Lavender Motif | Cake Topper: Porcelain Poppy Blooms | Lantern: Stainless Steel with Glass Panels

Vagabond Romance Mini Suitcase with Paper Airplane Wishing Well Stationery Vagabond Romance Bride Bohemian Jewelry Detail
Vagabond Romance Place Setting Inspiration
Vagabond Romance Drink Stationery with Copper Mugs

featured above: Wishing Well: Mini Suitcase | Paper Airplanes: Wishing Well Stationery | Stationery Holder: Vintage Inspired | Pillar Candle Holder: Vintage Inspired | Mug: Moscow Mule | Glass Beverage Dispenser: Apothecary Style | Drawer: Vintage Inspired | Ornate Box: Vintage Inspired | Glass Bottle Set: Decorative

Feather Whimsy Stationery Collection Details
Vagabond Romance Groom Boutenierre Detail Vagabond Romance Ivory Classic Birdcage Detail as Centerpiece
Vagabond Romance Couple with Vintage Caravan Trailer

featured above: Stationery: Feather Whimsy Collection | Birdcage: Classic Round Decorative Ivory | Votive Holders: Vintage Inspired

See wedding style spotlights + more in our Weddingstar Magazine available here or on a newsstand near you.

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Credits:

Event and Floral Design by Alexandra McNamara, Planner, Owner + Creative Director, Blush and Bowties / Photography by LV Imagery / Wedding Gown by Violet Crown Vintage / Cake by Custom Desserts by Michelle / Caravans by Sweet Vintage Caravan Co. / Location by Sagewood Farm / Furniture, Dinnerware and Suitcases by Style Me Vintage / Jewelry by Spark and Thistle / Hair and Makeup by Amy Harper Makeup / Models Katie Odegaard and Greg Van Niekerk

Put Your Name On It: Personalization 101

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Personalization is a key element to creating a look for your wedding that is entirely unique to you. Whether it is the addition of your names, monogram or wedding date, every element adds an extra special touch to your décor. Here’s a sneak peek into the ways in which we create beautiful, personalized products that help make your wedding the best day ever!

Glass Printing

Using a technique called Pad Printing (otherwise known as tampography), our in house production team take a printed 2-D image and apply it to glassware with a sponge-like pad. The image is printed onto this pad, then the glass is pressed down into it allowing the pad to wrap around the glass and impose the printed design onto it. We use this technique for glassware favors such as mason jars, wine glasses, shot glasses and more!

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Digital Printing

Otherwise known as flat printing, we have an in-house print department that produces all of our stationery, stickers, clings, printed envelopes and even printed goodie bags using a high tech digital printer. Our personalization suite allows you to provide all the information your guests will need on your invitations, and with so many stationery collections to choose from you can be sure to find one that matches your style.

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UV Printing

Using a state-of-the-art ultraviolet printer, this is how we produce all of our printed aisle runners and photo backdrops. Ultraviolet (UV) printing simply means we use UV inks that dry with the help of UV light, instead of traditional inks that dry by allowing chemicals to evaporate over time.

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Heat Pressing

With the help of an industrial heat press, we apply a printed 2-D printed designs to acrylic cake toppers, handkerchiefs and tote bags. We also personalize our burlap aisle runners and table runners this way but because the fibers can interfere with the heat press, we personalize each of those by hand using irons. This way we can ensure your product’s personalization lasts and always looks fabulous!

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Foil Stamping

When you order a set of napkins from Weddingstar, you will receive them foil-stamped with your design of choice. You can take your customization one step further by selecting one of our 26 popular color choices! Personalized napkins are a popular trend for weddings and other events such as holidays, birthdays, baby showers, bridal showers and even anniversaries. The addition of foil to our napkins adds another level of luxe. This method can also be applied to our paper goodie bags, ribbon our are brand new faux leather compact mirrors.

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Looking for the perfect personalized napkin for your special event? See all our designs here.

Laser Cut Detailing

Most commonly used with our acrylic or wood veneer signs and cake toppers, this technique allows us to create unique designs in a variety of styles. Our in house design team creates custom designs that are then programmed into to our laser cutting machine. When we receive your order and specialized design, this machine will cut the design out of a solid sheet of acrylic or wood veneer, creating a one-of-a-kind piece just for you on your wedding day!

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Laser Engraving

Laser engraving is a similar process to laser cutting, except that the power of the beam is less such that it does not cut right through the material. The result of this is a permanent personalized etch into either our wood, metal, leather, acrylic or glass products. Our laser engraved products not only add to your wedding décor, but they make wonderful keepsakes in your home for years to come.

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Embroidery

Embroidery adds another level of prestige to products such as chair banners, hankies and our soon-to-arrive tote bags and silky robes. Industrial embroidery machines allow us to produce multiple orders at one time, as this is a very popular option with our brides. Get an embroidered item for yourself or share the love! Embroidered items make wonderful gifts for your bridesmaids and really show how much you care.

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Take our Quiz: What is your Wedding Style?

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Every bride wants their wedding to be a unique reflection of their personality and style. Find your flair with this wedding style quiz. What kind of bride are you?

DIY Wedding Wednesday: 5 Lovely Ways to Fake Your Cake

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When forced to pick between the “practical” and the pretty, I rarely allow functionality to be the victor. That’s especially true when the pretty comes with a lower price tag. It’s with that mentality in mind that today’s DIY Wedding Wednesday post was born, for all you brides out there looking to save some pennies without compromising an inch of the good stuff. Taking on the DIY’ing of a wedding day staple, the cake, we’ll show you how to shave hundreds off your wedding day budget by simple going faux over the real deal. With a basic fondant covered faux creation at the base of it all, here are five lovely ways to fake your wedding cake.

Look #1: Love In Full Bloom

Thinking nothing could beat the beauty of delicate sugar flowers? We’re guessing you’ll quickly change your tune after laying your eyes on these fabulous fabric flowers, oozing romance from every textured layer. Couple with your favorite topper for the perfect finishing touch.

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Get This Look: The Supplies and How-To

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Look #2: Wrapped in Rustic

There are two rules to pulling off a rustic look, keep it simple but make it pretty, which is the exact visual created by these greenery wreaths. Top with a clean monogram wood veneer topper to mark it as yours.

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Get This Look: The Supplies and How-To

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  • simple three tiered fondant covered faux cake
  • boxwood, seeded eucalyptus (seeds only) and shears
  • personalized wood veneer cake topper 
  • How-To: Wrap the base of the cake and the space between your tiers with your greens. Keep your wreaths simple and dainty, securing them in place with bridal pins, overlapping pieces of greenery such that they cover the pins. To keep your greens fresh, create the day before and refrigerate until ready to display.

Look #3: Made for Two

For the understated couple who appreciates the little things, this mini combo allows for the honoring of tradition in an effortless way.

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Get This Look: The Supplies and How-To

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  • simple one tiered fondant covered faux cake
  • mini bird nest 
  • two decorative eggs and a bridal pin
  • How-To: Executable in minutes, we recommend pulling this piece together on site. To perch the nest on an angle gently insert a bridal pin into the top of the cake and lean the nest against it. Position your eggs accordingly.

Look #4: Around the World

For the love of travel, for the love of fun, this DIY mini garland topper marks your sweetest adventure to date. Get the complete look and how-to here.

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Look #5: Birds and Butterflies

Going back to basics is never a bad idea. And birds and butterflies are about as classic as a wedding cake itself. Add a punch of color to the concept with these beautiful decorative butterflies for a contemporary twist.

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Get This Look: The Supplies and How-To

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Get The Look: Cake Table Decorating 101

Weddingstar Wedding Cake Table Decorating Ideas and Inspiration

Happy Monday Lovelies! Today we’re excited to share with you the key pieces you need to master your cake table design. Whether you’re having a wedding cake, an assortment of pies, candy, or another type of dessert at your wedding, how you decorate your dessert display is a great, and sweet, way to impress your guests. No matter your budget, here are three equally beautiful ways you can decorate your cake table.

Keep it simple

Let’s start with the basics. These are the key pieces you need to accompany your cake or dessert. The serving set is a necessity for serving cake, and with such a selection of serving sets available you can definitely do so in style. The cake topper is a traditional but fun way to show a little personality – even if you’re not serving cake, simply place it next to your dessert for a sweet added touch! Personalized napkins are inexpensive and come in a variety of colors and designs to suit all wedding themes. And if you’re serving smaller bite-size desserts, your napkins can even replace the need to rent extra plates! Here are three great examples of cake tables that stick to the basics.

Weddingstar Bohemian Wedding Cake Table Design

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Weddingstar Art Deco Black and Gold Wedding Cake Table Design

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Here’s an example of a simple yet beautiful cake table where the bride and groom chose not to have a cake topper. Instead, they put that part of their budget towards some smaller sweets for their guests to enjoy before the cake is served. What a great idea!

Weddingstar Parisian Wedding Cake Table Design

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A little extra

So you’ve got the basics but want a little extra? No problem! Candles are a great way to add inexpensive ambiance to your tables. If your venue doesn’t allow for real flame, choose a few candle holders and pair them with flameless battery operated tealights for the exact same effect without all the worry. Decorative pieces (that suit your theme) and smaller treats (like we saw in the example above) for your guests are some other great ways to add those extra personal touches we all love. Here are two examples of how you can up the ante on your dessert table design.

Weddingstar Winter Themed Wedding Cake Table Design

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Weddingstar Autumn or Fall Themed Wedding Cake Table Design

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All the bells and whistles

If you want to create a stunner of a focal point at your reception (and if budget allows), here’s one of our favorite dessert table spreads for 2015. Not just because it’s oh-so pretty, but because there are so many options for guests to choose from. And…they can even take these goodies to-go! While this style is quite classic, you can still get the same look by using the same key pieces outlined below – just choose items that fit your own theme and colors.

Weddingstar Classic Wedding Cake Table Design

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What are you serving for dessert at your wedding? Tell us below!

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Wedding Theme Inspiration: Romantic Pink

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The warm pairing of pastel pink and lush gold. The feminine influence of vintage charms. Candlelight glow and floral table runners. These design details are what you’ll find at the core of our latest wedding theme inspiration, Romantic Pink. Influenced by what’s at the heart and center of every wedding, true romance, the aim of this theme is to do little more than honor and celebrate the beauty of love. With classic wedding elements at its base, and easily executable any time of year, Romantic Pink has long been a natural choice for many.

Here’s a closer look at what goes into this distinctive theme and what you need to make it yours.

The Design – Vintage Influence

Tarnished gold and aged finishes. Trinket boxes and grandma’s teacups. If it’s vintage it’ll have a home here.  Weave authentic pieces throughout your entire wedding day design with modern day pieces that have a definitive vintage influence. Keep with a classic wedding feel by hosting a traditionally formal affair, taking your design from a mere theme to a full blown experience for you and your guests.

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featured here: custom seating chart made using a vintage door, vintage lace design large rectangular tags, acrylic decorative drops and pink satin ribbon

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The Colors

Give pink a sophisticated makeover by pairing it with lavish gold. For a truly refined look make gold and creams your primary palette colors, with pink playing the role of accenting hue, adding pops of interest. And where possible, incorporate candlelight into your set up, enhancing the warmth brought to the design by your color selection.

Love It? Want More?

See more romantic pink wedding ideas, along with 100+ other pink wedding inspiration pics, on weddingstar’s pink wedding pinterest board.

xoxo.

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Wedding Theme Inspiration: Burlap Chic

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To say that I’ve got a thing for all things Shabby Chic would be a serious understatement. In fact I’d go as far as to say I’m full-fledged obsessed! But mine is not a one girl club. From home to wedding day decor, Shabby Chic happens to be one of the most popular design approaches around. Defined by floral patterns, soft hues and distressed finishes, by its very nature Shabby Chic puts an effortless twist on the formalities of Vintage and a sophisticated spin on the casual carefree ways of Homespun. Right in the middle is where you find Shabby Chic, with its abundant layers, sheer feminine textiles and pink that goes for miles. Could anything be better to frame your wedding day celebration? I think not!

So without any further delay, let’s explore all the design elements that come together to create a stunningly Shabby Chic event, including our very own design twist tips on how to make the look uniquely yours.

The Look – Effortless Beauty

Shabby Chic is about the appearance of a balance between the tossed at whim and the perfectly placed. From the hair, to the shoes, to all the things that come in between, the key is to make it all appear effortlessly natural even though it takes meticulous planning to get the look right. The end result, well worth the effort, is drop dead gorgeous.

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The Design – Distressed and Layered

If it’s not rich in layered fabrics or defined by distressed finishes, it need not apply! And what’s the easiest way to bring in dimension and complexity to your set up? Props. Think outside the must have pieces that serve a tangible function and incorporate items that are purely decorative. And although traditional textiles, like linens and lace, will always have a place in a Shabby Chic design, don’t be afraid to mix in your own fabric of choice, like we did with burlap.

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featured here: vase trim created using ruffled jute and pink ruffled fabric ribbons, bound with craft paper twine

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featured here: rolls of ruffled fabric ribbon used as decorative accents

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The Colors

There’s no mistaking that the Shabby Chic design has its own distinctive color palette. But how you incorporate and blend the pinks and blues that inherently make up this theme’s color story, even what exact shades you select,  is up for interpretation. Make them mere accents to a dominant white palette, allow them to overtake your design as a whole, or mix with an unexpected shade like pewter grey. Get inspired by your selected venue’s existing look and feel and go from there.

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featured here: vintage inspired wood case used as a centerpiece prop

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featured here: vase trim created using layered ruffled fabric ribbons bound with craft paper twine

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faux fabric flowers

featured here: faux floral arrangement made using single stem ruffled fabric flowers

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featured here: custom chair back – ruffled burlap wreath and vintage inspired distressed key hook

Love It? Want More?

For more inspirational eye-candy from our ‘Burlap Chic’ shoot pick up a copy of this year’s issue of Weddingstar’s print magazine, and shop the entire look on weddingstar.com.

xoxo.

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