Bibliophile: Book Theme Wedding Ideas

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A book theme wedding can be a sweet and personal way to share something you love with your family and friends. It’s also just a fun, unique theme for a wedding!

{Designer Secret} There are so many ways you can go with a book theme wedding. To keep your wedding theme looking pulled together, don’t try to incorporate too many ideas. Focus on what you love, such as favorites titles or your favorite things about books. Or concentrate on two to three larger statements, like your centerpieces or escort cards, and add smaller book related details here and there, such as napkin rings or exit confetti.

colorful book wedding centerpiece

bookmark wedding favor book theme

I love the flowers as bookends to this book wedding centerpiece. So clever and so beautiful! To tie in with her centerpieces, one of our brides had us create this bookmark giveaway card to be hidden in one napkin at each reception table.  The person with the napkin wins the centerpiece book.
{Centerpiece photo by Erin McFarland Photography via Your Wedding Support; Bookmarks by Imbue You Wedding}

Library-Card-Escort-Cards card catalog

book cover table names wedding theme

Bookish details: How about a traditional library card catalog for your escort cards, or favorite book covers instead of table numbers? {Escort cards from Elizabeth Anne Designs; book covers from Wedding Wire}

wedding flowers book pages

Love wedding bunting banner book pages

The printed word can be made new again by turning book pages into something unexpected.
{Flowers by Dana’s Paper Flowers: Banner by High Street Boutique}

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Modern Snow: Winter Wedding Inspiration

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I’m really getting excited by winter weddings now. But talk to me in three months, and I’ll be excited by spring weddings. I guess I just love wedding details!

{Designer Secret} If you want a sleek, modern winter wedding look with a nod to the season, you can skip snowflake icons. Instead try using white on white color and texture. (But there’s nothing wrong with snowflakes. Our logo is a modernized snowflake!)

These are my favorite looks for snowy texture, without the snow. Feathers, faux fur, geometrics, pearls and crystals. There are many modern and elegant ways to evoke winter for your wedding.

feather wedding dress winter

Winter Wonderland Fake Fur Garter

winter wedding details clutch and cake

winter wedding bouquet crystal brooch

{photos by: Lazaro;  Natalie Briggs; Angee W.; Click Photography; Noaki}

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{Re Post} Orange and Teal Mexican Wedding Inspiration

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As fall quickly approaches, I wanted to revisit one of my favorite wedding color combinations from this summer: orange and teal.

There are so many beautiful destination weddings in Mexico. And as much as I love the bold palette of red and black for a Mexican wedding, those colors aren’t for everyone! Looking to go softer and brighter, but still play with a traditional Mexican color palette? How about orange and teal?

mexican papel picado wedding decor

Wouldn’t these papel picado banners look beautiful in your reception space…or overhead at an outdoor wedding? {Handmade by aymujer.etsy.com}

mexican teal and orange bride and groom

 

{Designer Secret} Bold and bright colors can be kept airy and light by adding white and see through fabrics. And of course everything doesn’t have to scream “Mexico”.  But touches here and there, like the embroidery on this wedding dress are really lovely.

{Bouquet from Heather’s Flowers; hair accessory from mgmart.etsy.com; shoe clips from LemonRing; wedding dress fromwww.aidacoronado.com}

ring bearer orange and aqua bow tie

mexican skull bracelet turquoise

A little fun and whimsy works too! Though, as I wrote last week, you don’t want to overdo it on the Mexican Day of the Dead skulls.

{Ring bearer bowtie from Me and Matilda; Day of the Dead skull bracelet from Perfectly Charming}

DIY tequila mexican wedding favor

Ribbons, tags, even placing favors on a plate in your color scheme can tie designs to your palette even when they don’t share the same colors. {DIY tequila wedding favor via Ruffled}

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{Create the Look} Fall Wedding Wheat Inspiration

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rustic wheat wedding bouquet

I love the rich colors of fall, especially as the leaves change color. And I have been creating our handmade leaf wedding invitation for many couples during the last few weeks.

So this week I wanted to offer another look at fall: wheat. There’s something breezy and comfortable about wheat, perfect for small, intimate weddings with your closest family and friends.

{Designer Secret} Liven up the golden wheat palette with a jolt of color. Red, teal or purple would be lovely options.

wheat wedding floral

fall wedding bridal hair piece wheat comb

Wheat can be a lovely textural substitute for florals. And dramatic too!
{Handmade wheat bouquet by LeRoys; wheat centerpiece via The Budget Savvy Bride; wheat bunches via Valley & Co blog;  bridal hair piece by Whichgoose}

Imbue You Wedding Wheat Invitation

brown wheat groom groomsmen tie

wheat wedding ring band

Wheat makes great prints or graphics for your stationery and fashion. {Wedding invitation by us, Imbue You Wedding; ties by Cyberoptix TieLab; wheat wedding band by ADZIA}

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{Create the Look} Love is Sweet: Pink and Blue Candy Wedding Theme

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wedding dessert table cute sign

After the quiet sophistication of last week’s 40s vintage chic inspiration, I wanted bright, vivid and bold. The result is a candy inspired wedding theme: Love is Sweet.

{Designer Secret} Beyond a gorgeous dessert bar, what makes this theme work is a combination of candy colors, shiny texture, slightly vintage mood and lots of fun.

Above: What’s a cute wedding theme without cute messages. Be personal, cute and fun with your signs, favor tags and even invitations if you like. It’s candy! Shauna Younge Dessert Tables via Austin Wedding Blog.

barbie-pink-aqua-wedding-gown-2010

pink aqua wedding accessories

statement bridal wedding necklace pink

pink fuchsia aqua wedding bouquet

Yes, you can wear your sweet candy theme, with colors, textures and attitude. To keep it chic limit yourself to two candy-inspired elements for your accessories or just one if it’s a bold choice like your dress or a statement  necklace.
{Dress: Kuraudia via Wedding Inspirasi; bridal sash: Sew Lovely; jewelry: www.etsy.com/shop/Gingeroni1 ; statement necklace: Hand Head Heart; bridal bouquet: Showcase Bridal.}

candy lollipop table number

candy wedding dessert table food

cotton candy fudge wedding dessert bar

pink aqua wedding cake pops

As with any theme wedding, the theme is all in the details. For a candy theme wedding, it’s in the details and the dessert…and even better when the details are the dessert, like the lollipop table numbers above from Vintage Confections.
{Ice cream cones and kettle:  Tiny Water Blog; cotton candy fudge (oh, yes it is!) by Jewel of the Lion; cake pops by Ploctopia}

pink and blue wedding dessert table

A wedding’s mood can be in shown your colors. For a more chic look at a candy theme, or for a more formal evening affair go darker or grayer with your colors.  {photo: Shauna Younge Dessert Tables}

sweet wedding favor tags pink brown

Love is Sweet wedding favor bags

And of course send your guests home with the sweet memory of your wedding day.
{favor tags by Amaretto; favor bags by JennifersCookies}

 

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{Create the Look} 40s Vintage Sophisticate

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vintage wedding bridal hair

What do you do when you love vintage style but not necessarily the muted colors and lace details that often define a vintage wedding? May I present: 40s Vintage Sophisticate or Vintage Chic.

Think bold rich colors, simple use of color and exquisite detailing from fine tailored clothing. Influenced by one of my favorite eras for style, this look works great for city weddings and couples with a clean and modern taste.
{photo: Hair Bows Wonderworld}

purple vintage bouquet white black wedding cake

With this look a little goes a long way. Square buttons and simple ribbon add vintage style with a clean modern look.
{photos: bouquet Square Root Floral Design via In the Now Weddings; cake:  The Cloudberry Bakery}

pinstripes suite groom

vintage wedding pinstripe shoe suitcase

Pinstripes don’t have to be confined to the groom and groomsmen. They can add classic details to your fashion and wedding decor. {photo credit top: Weddings by Two}

black vintage bridesmaid dress

40s vintage bride fedora wedding dress

Sure, part of this look is all about attitude…but the clothes help too!
{photos: bridesmaid dress by Suzy Berry; fedora via Modern Bride Guide; wedding dress by Dolly Couture}

vintage wedding guestbook alternative typewriter

vintage wedding photography

Even your wedding memories can be classic vintage, like using a vintage typewriter as a guestbook alternative or vintage photography. {typewriter photo via Ruffled; wedding photos: Weddings by Two}

 

 

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