If you’ve got your heart set on a shabby chic themed wedding, we hope that this collection of photos will provide some inspiration for how you can decorate your venue. At a regular wedding, table numbers will be just that – but at a shabby chic wedding, there’s room for creative flair! Aside from all the bits and pieces that have a function, why not add banners and creative touches to decorate the venue and help add to the shabby chic feel? Your wedding cake is an easy place to add shabby chic touches – pearls, lace, ribbons or even pretty prints like in the lovely example below. At a shabby chic themed wedding, it’s easy to create your own pretty table centrepieces for very little – no need to spend a fortune hiring fancy gear!
Providing a backdrop at your wedding venue can not only add to the charm of the venue but also creates some amazing photo opportunities for you and your guests. Everyone loves to throw confetti so why not provide some cones at the ready, in pretty vintage prints to coordinate with your theme?
Little jam jars full of sweets and treats, with pretty fabric printed lids are another great way to give your guests a thank you without spending a fortune. These pretty sweets make great wedding favours or would look lovely as part of your wedding table centrepiece. These cute shabby chic button cookies tied up with ribbon make a gorgeous wedding favour and are very inexpensive to make. Tie up candles with ribbons, lace and decorations for a lovely keepsake for your guests after the wedding is over. A jar or paper bag of candy coloured macaroons makes a perfect and very inexpensive wedding favour to finish the day – they also look beautiful in jars and dishes as table centre pieces and the guests can snack on them in the evening! Pop in your email address and I'll send you a round up of lovely new things on the site, no more than once a month. Your Wedding Seating Plan mount and frame - a must have accessory whatever the event or celebration.
This could be printed or presented on reclaimed type materials such as distressed wood using vintage fonts and florals to get the look. Use flowers, interesting containers, writing in pretty fonts, gems, beads, lace and ribbons to make the table number a feature point of your guests’ seating area. Creating somewhere for your cards to go is a great opportunity to introduce a little more shabby chic charm.
But they don’t have to be expensive and it’s easy to create favours that have a real shabby chic charm to them! I live in a Victorian house full of quirky furniture, large ornate mirrors and small children with sticky little fingers.
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