Of course we begin with the invitations! These create a wonderful presentation of your wedding color. The bonus is that these can easily be DIY! These from Embellished by Tiffany would fit the bill!
If your invitation has more than one part, such as directions or an rsvp card, then consider using a "pocket" invitation. These from bodesignstudio would certainly work perfectly to not only get the information to your guests but fit your color palette perfectly!
This is our friend Ashley on her Wedding Day. The reason I spotlight this photo is that she used her Tiffany Blue color in the men's ties as the perfect color pop to her ceremony! The color along with the chandelier earrings definitely convey the "Tiffany" theme perfectly.
She didn't stop there! Even her shoes were the perfect shade of Tiffany Blue! What a wonderful way to not only keep your color palette going but also a gorgeous way to present your "something blue"!
I simply loved the "Mr." and "Mrs." signs on the back of the seats at the Sweetheart Table. These were plaques of painted wood with the letters added to them. Easy, perfect, and beautiful! Just the right touch for this elegant presentation.
Another touch were the "Table Numbers". In this case it was all about important dates. From the years they were born to when they met to when they were engaged...all the important dates became their table numbers! The numbers were presented to one side of the table and a photo of that year was presented on the other side. SO cute!
Chair covers and ribbons are a great way to tie in your Tiffany Blue color. Because it is such a popular theme these days it should be easy to find ribbon that matches your decor...just make sure to take a swatch with you to the store. If you have to work with what the venue has to offer then you may be a shade or two off...that's just fine...your guests will never suspect a thing and you save money at the same time!
The Tiffany Blue Box is quite the hallmark for this look so why not fit it into the decor for your day? Either as centerpieces, as featured above, or on your guest table as a "Card" box. Simply add a rectangular opening to the box so your guests can slip your wedding cards inside.
Another way to include "The Box" into your theme is the favors. What is wonderful about this theme is that you do not have to get complicated to look elegant. Simply a Tiffany Blue box filled with goodies or a candle then tied with a white ribbon and a simple favor tag and you have an elegant display for your favors.
Another way to have this look is a photo coaster. Promise a wedding photo for each of your guests in their thank you cards and you have a wonderful "frame" for them to keep your wedding forever.
And, of course, there's Cake! We were pleased to be chosen as their cake vendor and happy to take the design right over the top for this Bride and Groom! Each tier was a different flavor and filling as well as being a different shape and design. From the silver carved wooden monogram, to the white sugar roses and hand-piped royal icing draping of the top tier, to the quilting and candy pearls of the middle tier right down to the modern style wording of the bottom tier, this cake fit the couple to a "T"...including the playful "celebrity" nickname of Dashn. SO adorable!It fit in perfectly with their elegant decor at the wedding. With a framed engagement photo to one side, a Bridesmaids bouquet to the other side and the beautiful cake in the middle, it was a gorgeous presentation for their Wedding Day. Ashley did a wonderful job making this wedding simply stunning and we at Cat's Cakes were proud to be included and we, here at Cherry, are happy to highlight some of the wonderful details of her day!
See you next week with more Party Ideas!