he bride at this inspiration shoot looked like a dark goddess in her black tulle skirt and damask corset. Her platinum faux-hawk updo is giving us grabby hands, too. Mmm, wild braid-y updos. Oh, and did you see the groom’s leather moto jacket?
Ready to be seriously inspired by this elegant and dark jewel-toned wedding inspiration shoot? Let’s do it…
Remember these easy-peasy DIY menu candles we created a while back? Here’s a spin on that project that your geeky self can use for a unity candle ceremony and/or for your geeky centerpieces. They’re tall jar candles wrapped in lovely romantic and geeky quotes from your favorite movies and TV shows.
We love feathers and peacock feathers and all the ways you can inject some natural elements into your wedding fashion and decor. We’ve rounded up some of the loveliest and most fun ways to use feathers at your wedding. Think headpieces, centerpieces, nail art, rings, guest books, and all kinds of other ways to make your wedding take flight.
When it comes to offbeat centerpiece ideas, there’s nothing more classic than reused bottles. It’s a win-win: drink a lot of wine (or sparkly dry beverages in those cool flip-tip bottles!), fill ’em with pretty trinkets, candles, etc., and your centerpieces are made. But we’re loving the idea of doing double duty with wine bottle table numbers. You can totally DIY these, too, if you collect your own bottles and customize some vinyl decals.
If you’re not that chill with DIY, this ultra easy DIY menu candles project could be the one task you feel comfortable undertaking in your DIY wedding efforts. It takes about 20 minutes total and is pretty inexpensive, even if you need a ton of them. Here’s what you’ll need to create these DIY menu candles for your reception tables…
We can’t stop admiring this colorful ombre painted pumpkin centerpiece we found at Oh Happy Day. It could be an offbeat fall centerpiece or a perfectly whimsical spring or summer centerpiece. That’s what’s awesome about these particular color choices.