Monday, April 11, 2011

Shabby Chic Wedding

What exactly does shabby chic mean? Well it looks a little like a few themes all rolled into one. Vintage, classic, romantic, and glam describe this wonderful style that you might be looking to use for your wedding d├ęcor. Pastel pink in any deviation will be a staple in your shabby chic wedding, along with other pastel colors of your choice. White, cream, green, and antique turquoise are great complementary colors for a shabby chic wedding. Three things to make sure to add in your decor are floral prints, ruffles, and creative lighting. Like in the beautiful hand painted table number frame we picked, floral print was used as the background for the number. You could also use floral patterns in your linens, cake, flower girl dresses, or wedding invitations. Ruffles would look great on your wedding or bridesmaid dresses, sweetheart or cake table linens, or on your shoes. Lastly creative lighting is a great way to generate a glam feel for your wedding. Using chandeliers or metal lanterns outside are stunning and also make your shabby chic wedding very intimate.

Tent with turquoise table picture from Beautiful Little Weddings, floral frame table number picture from Elizabeth Anne Designs, hanging dresses picture from Junk Shop Bride, barn wedding party picture from My Wedding Concierge, pink and white table under tent picture from Ruffled Blog, handkerchief, chandeleir, and white flower pictures from Style Me Pretty



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