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Christmas Wedding Inspiration

In 2011, December 2011, Inspiration on December 25, 2011 at 9:34 pm

I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas!

In light of the season, I thought I would post some pretty Christmas wedding inspiration photos for us to all drool over. Here goes:

Christine Centrepieces

Christmas Centrepieces

Christmas Centrepieces

Images all from Best Wedding Decor.

Christmas Centrepiece

Images from Tybee Island Wedding.

Images from one of my favourite places to obtain inspiration, Elizabeth Anne Designs. This blog is where I found the inspiration pictures for my perfect centrepieces.

Image from another of my favourite places, We Heart It. Also home of my photograph inspiration that has sent us to Europe for our honeymoon. I have to admit, I’m loving this photograph!

Image from Koda Chrome Wedding.

Have you come across any brilliant Christmas inspiration? I’d love to hear about it if you have!

1950s Cocktail Wedding

In 2011, December 2011, Decoration, Inspiration on December 21, 2011 at 10:01 pm

I’ve found a beautiful 1950s Cocktail Wedding on Polka Dot Bride.

Here’s a few of my favourite photographs:

1950s cocktail wedding on Polka Dot Bride

I’m especially loving the idea of having the scrabble sets out so that people can play with them (what a great place card idea!). Think those and lego will be too much?

The Perfect Centrepiece

In Uncategorized on December 6, 2011 at 10:06 pm

So after months of searching and looking at all sorts of different ideas, I’ve finally found the perfect centrepiece inspiration:

The Perfect Centrepiece

at Elizabeth Anne Designs. Now I just have to go find all the vases and candle holders, and I’ll be sorted!

Guest Book

In 2011, Inspiration, November 2011, Reception, Stationery, Traditions on December 1, 2011 at 12:08 pm

I had spoken to the fiance about having a series of old postcards out for people to write on instead of a guest book. He wasn’t crash hot on the idea, but I’ve been looking into it anyway in case I can change his mind.

I had been looking at getting a small red pillar post box to post the cards into, but they’re surprisingly difficult to find (if you know where I can get one let me know!)

In the meantime, someone has pointed me towards this

Postes Letter Box from Provincial

that’s available from Provincial Living. For $25, I think an alternative might have been found!

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