Shabby Chic Vintage weddings are still very popular these days since they are so romantic and charming. It allows your guests to reminisce about the pleasant moments at your wedding.
Everything about retro weddings appeals to us, from the stylish teapot to the rustic wooden signs. Today, we’ve compiled a list of useful information regarding retro weddings in case you need it. Scroll down to get more ideas and save money!
Shabby chic is a term that gets thrown about a lot in the wedding market, but it’s a hard concept to pin down because it blurs the lines between old and rustic. Simply said, shabby chic is a beautiful motif that integrates a little worn, home-made feel into any décor for an easily fashionable appearance.
You’ve come to the right place if you’re planning a shabby chic or vintage wedding. For your inspiration, here’s a selection of fantastic shabby chic wedding decorations and ideas.
Because they can be used in so many various ways, birdcages are a highly popular wedding reception accessory. Our favorite option is to fill a large, dilapidated birdcage with fresh, seasonal bridal flowers to transform it. And that’s it! You’ve got yourself a shabby chic centerpiece.
Opt for a posy bridal bouquet filled with lots of lovely dusky-colored roses that are fully open to keep the shabby chic wedding motif going with your flowers. Amnesia roses have a beautiful fading pink and purple hue that would look great in this bouquet.
Instead of discarding old bottles, clean them and use them as centerpieces for your wedding event. These lime bottles stand out against some bright summer wedding flowers.
Use your imagination to display your wedding flowers in any antique item you may find. Baskets, tarnished metal buckets, boxes, jars, drawers, and birdcages are all excellent options for displaying your bridal flowers.
Oh, and did we mention that porcelain tea cups make excellent flower displays? Continue reading to see how to incorporate tea cups into your shabby chic decor.
Old china teapots and tea cups with ditsy floral designs, as previously indicated, offer a humorous alternative to a conventional vase.
If you’re throwing a tea party event, tea cups that aren’t used for drinking tea would be a fun, strange touch!
You could use the tea cups to hold sweet treats at a dessert table or put name tags to them for more shabby chic wedding ideas.
Signs are a terrific way to add personality and uniqueness to your wedding day. If you’re having your wedding reception outside, use rustic wooden wedding signs like this one to direct your guests — bonus points for the bright colors and strange hanging letters!
Chalkboard signs are a great way to show off your shabby chic style while also grabbing the attention of your visitors. We adore Wedding in a Teacup’s vintage-style photo booth sign, which is simple to post up across your site.
Romantic phrases are a quick and easy way to add sentiment to your decor. Choose a framed quote on a hessian print or neutral-colored canvas for a terrific shabby chic wedding idea. Adding your and your partner’s names or initials is another fantastic way to personalize your wedding.
Vintage-inspired wedding décor is one of our favorites, and older things with a damaged or worn appearance are ideal for a shabby chic theme. Do you have any old luggage or trunks around the house? If that’s the case, these are a great method to collect cards and gifts from your guests.
This global map suitcase from Not on the High Street would be perfect for this job, or you could simply use it as a decoration if your wedding is themed around travel. The addition of DIY baggage tag bunting to the case is also a hit.
We can see why fit-and-flare is one of the most popular wedding dress silhouettes. The flattering silhouette embraces your figure across the bust, chest, and hips before gently flaring out. The gown has a basic shape, therefore the retro style comes from the details. Look for dresses with sheer dramatic sleeves or gowns with huge swirling lace motifs. The perfect vintage fit-and-flare wedding dress with delicate accents and a timeless design.
What kind of suit should a groom wear? Consider three-piece suits, preferably in tweed if the weather permits, and windowpane and striped designs. Another option is to wear a suit with a mismatched waistcoat or sweater, as well as a button down and shoes or boots. Which colors do you prefer? You can have whatever you want! For a vintage groom’s style, navy, black, greys, browns, burgundy, and rust are all good choices. If you don’t want to wear a blazer, go for a waistcoat and pants suit or a pair of pants with a shirt and suspenders.
Wedding Invitations – Minimalist Shabby Chic Flowers
The shabby chic motif and wedding invites are a perfect match because it’s so simple to convey the vibe this way. If you’re producing the invitations yourself, brown cards, string, rough edges, and swatches of contrasting materials and designs are all fantastic methods to get the appearance.
To keep your shabby chic wedding invitations from being too scruffy, make sure the fonts are neat and tidy to emphasize the formality and significance of the event.
We adore these Minimalist Shabby Chic Flowers, which perfectly capture the shabby chic aesthetic.
FYI, there are 7+ beautiful template designs which are so refreshing to watch. I can confidently say that you will not only cut the long process of sketching and designing your invitation card.
You can spend your time more into decorating your party, like making your own party distinctive garland with roses, or something like that.
- Right-Click each one of your selection
- Then select “Save Image As”, locate where you want the file to be saved in your device.
- Click “Save”, or tap “Enter”, and the download process will start shortly
To make your card look like done by the professional, you can optimize your effort by buying either Cardstock or Cotton paper to help your special invites deliver sturdy and versatile feels, which makes it brilliant party favors and can be used as future references for your guest.