A Simple & Elegant Wedding
Story By Angela Santana
Pictures and Inspiration Provided By Offbeat Bride
I really do like this post from offbeatbride. My title for this is, “A Simple & Elegant Wedding”. When I saw these pictures I found the essence of simplicity that I would like for my daughter’s wedding to replicate. I am not saying that these pictures are plain, I think that they are just beautiful and tasteful.
You can DIY your shoes here using glue and your favorite glitter. Maybe I just need a new project, but this is a great idea.
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These simple, yet elegant, shoes are just beautiful!. I always buy shoes like this. Even as a girl, I loved Easter because these are the kind of shoes I wear. Maybe this picture takes me back to my childhood, this is the way I raised my daughter.
Below is a picture of the bride and groom: Heather & Errol
Here is a picture of the wedding party. As you can see, they have kept things simple, but still very elegant. You see that the groom, his best man and fellow groomsmen are sans-jacket which seems very comfortable.
My Favorite Parts of This Wedding:
Seen below are great centerpieces, they are simple. They remind me of shabby chic—when you can take something that would belong in the garbage and totally upcycle it to turn it into this beautiful centerpiece. I find these types of things at thrift stores all of the time.
I love lighting! Any kind of lighting! Again, this simple lighting is absolutely beautiful and adds character to any venue. If you have a limited budget, make sure you add lighting to that price as you will enhance any space you can afford.
Beer Koozies are excellent ideas for favors, why? Well, look at how much maintenance and assembly they need. All you have to do is order them and place them into a presentable box for guests to just grab when they go.
Check this: I wish I saw the below idea a long time ago. Take a look at this great idea for all music lovers out there. All you have to do is get the albums from the thrift store, gold Sharpies, and you have guest wishes.
Let’s move on to this awesome frame. It can be made for a small price simply by buying a frame from the dollar store and painting them with chalk paint then adding this nice writing.
Now, check out this awesome cake topper!
The wedding line up:
Last Picture, I Promise
Lastly, this table here is my type of table! I have all of these things just lying around my house and can make a beautiful table.
Excerpt: DIYed glitter heels, a Bride of Frankenstein cake topper, record guest book and live painting of the ceremony, this punk meets horror wedding is killer.
Source: Punk meets horror wedding with purple-haired dreaminess