Good Morning Brides to Be! I hope that you had a lovely Valentines Weekend and that you and your Beau made some time for romance!
So, onwards to this weeks Pinterest Inspiration where we are focussing on a Light Green Wedding Mood Board to help you with deciding on a colour theme for your wedding day.
I think that light green is such a lovely shade of a beautiful colour – it's calming, pretty and sophisticated. The understated tone makes for a lovely contrast against other colours such as pink or yellow, so it really is a joy to work with as a colour pallet for your wedding theme.
As you can see on this weeks Mood Board, there are a variety of ways that you can lace this colour through your wedding theme; stationery, bridesmaids dresses, venue décor – you have a wealth of options to feature your light green theme colour in!
So, head over to our Pinterest Page now and have a little mooch amongst some of our inspiring images. What do you think of the colour green as a wedding colour theme? Have you chosen your colour theme yet? Let us know in the Comments below, or over on our Facebook Page.
Have you been following our weekly Wedding Mood Boards? You can catch up with all of our previous ones here.
As part of our free Wedding Venue Finding Service, we do get a lot of requests from Brides to Be for us to find them a gorgeous Castle Wedding Venue for them to hold their celebrations at. And we can totally understand why! The drama of a Castle Wedding makes the perfect setting; secret rooms for kids to explore, your wedding breakfast in a banqueting hall, the list goes on…
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So today, our Mood Board Inspiration is all about Castle Weddings, we’re into the Cinderella look with plenty of candles for extra ambience! Head over to our Pinterest page now to check it out...
Have you decided on your wedding venue yet? Let us know in the Comments Box below, or join us over on Facebook!
To me, Duck Egg Blue (or Tiffany Blue as it is often called) is such a beautiful, elegant colour. And matched together with the texture and delicate elegance of lace, I think that you have a wonderful theme.
Lace can be easy to incorporate into your wedding dress, stationery and favours and Duck Egg Blue can make for a gorgeous, sophisticated splash of colour - perhaps in a cute satin belt around your waist, or in your bouquet?
Duck Egg Blue is synonymous with the famous Tiffany shade and perhaps that just adds to the allure...
Todays Wedding Moodboard is all about the Duck Egg Blue and Lace; you can head over to our Pinterest page here for the full lowdown…
Have you decided on your colour scheme yet? Let us know in the comments box!
OK, I have a confession to make – I could literally spend all day looking at Vintage and Floral themed weddings, so this mood board has been even more of a delight for me to put together than usual!
I just love the romance of Vintage Floral – and I especially adore how easy it can be to get hold of decorations when you’re on a tight budget. Mismatched is good, home made is fab, upcycled is the order of the day. And it can be so much fun searching for all of the little elements at car boot sales, charity shops and on ebay.
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So this weeks Mood Board is all about Vintage Floral, head on over to our Pinterest page and have a look!
Are you going to be encompassing any Vintage Floral elements into your wedding day?
One of the best things to do when you first get engaged - if not before 😉 - is to create a Mood Board for your ideal wedding.
Mood Boards, also known as Vision Boards, Theme Boards and Inspiration Boards, can be a great way to put together all of those ideals that you have in your mind and to keep all of your favourite images in one place. It’s also an incredibly handy way to convey to your suppliers exactly what it is that you’re after.
We are going to be running a new regular feature on the Blog – Mood Board Mondays – where we will be focusing on a different style or colour theme each week to help kick you off with your wedding mood board planning.
When you get engaged, it can seem like you have a massive mountain of wedding planning to climb, but by creating your first wedding mood board, you will hone in on that lovely feeling of creating a day that is unique to your tastes and will really show off what you and your partner are about.
Wedding planning can be stressful, I admit it, but the overriding feeling should be FUN – afterall you’re marrying the love of your life 🙂
How you create your mood board is up to you. Do you love the digital? You may want to go down the Pinterest route, like we do. As well as having the entire internet as your playground for searching for wedding eye candy, it is incredibly easy to use, free, and can be amended and refreshed whenever you fancy. Search for exactly what you are after and create your special board to collect all of your inspiration. You can also create secret boards, if you would prefer to keep your wedding themes private, or as a surprise for your guests.
If you are more crafty, and love getting busy with glue and cardboard, then a physical mood board will be a delight for you. Catalogues, glossy magazines, product packaging and swatches of material can be collected and arranged on your board. There is something wonderfully tactile and exciting about creating a mood board that you can actually feel.
Another,less structured way of creating a mood board, is to collect all of your swatches and cut outs and keep them in a box. This means that you can play around with the items, seeing which goes well with the other and enabling you to easily take certain items to your suppliers to show them the exact colour, or feeling, that you are after.
There really are no rules, and if you feel most comfortable and inspired by creating your mood board on the fridge door, with lots of magnets – then so be it! The important thing is to have a designated place for you to collect all of your favourite snippets of style. Having a mood board (or box!) can really help you to bring all of your ideas into one place and will clearly tie together your dreams and ideas.
I’d love to hear if you have a mood board in place yet and how it has helped you with your planning? Let us know in the comments box below!
Mmmmmmmm, one of my favourite colour combinations! White is classic, pink is pretty and gold adds a touch of shimmering magic. It’s Monday morning, so take five to indulge in some wedding mood board planning over on our Pinterest page 🙂
What colours are you thinking about for your wedding theme?