I hope that your week ahead is full of happy things.
Let’s begin with a delicate wedding colour palette of vintage rose, sage green and mercury glass brought to us by Rose of Rose and Ruby Paper Co.
Rose’s boards always bring a smile to my face, followed closely by a jealous pang of ‘if only I thought of that for my wedding’!
Vintage Rose, Sage green & Mercury glass
I’m so in love with this colour scheme and absolutely adore mercury glass – it’s so pretty and adds a lovely hint of sparkle without any gaudiness.
This scheme is really versatile and works with so many scenarios from a romantic beach setting to a grand and formal estate wedding.
Clockwise from top left: Erika Delgado Photography via Every Last Detail | John Schnack via Inspired By This | Vitalic Photo via Inspired By This | Source unknown via Inspired By This | Scott Lawrence Photography via Inspired By This | Eric Kelley via Grey Likes Weddings | Aaron Delesie via Snippet & Ink | Heather Kincaid Photographer via Style Me Pretty | Sherris Reading Jubilee
Wedding Styling Tips
– Try grouping vintage bottles and vases with your mismatched mercury glass using single stems for gorgeous table centres.
– As well as looking beautiful against crisp white table linen this look works beautifully against whitewashed wood – perfect for beach or resort weddings where tablecloths may not be appropriate.
– Anemones work really well with this look especially in all white – the deep centres add a lovely edge against silvery tones.
– Vintage silver glass baubles are great as name card holders and can make gorgeous escort card arrangements.
– Finish with lots of twinkly candles for evening.
Thanks to Rose and Ruby Paper Co for sharing this beautiful board and her fab styling tips.
ps. Meet me back here this afternoon for a unique wedding filled with the biggest love letters you ever did see!
pps. Sorry that you didn’t get your dose of wedding inspiration over the weekend – Rose was busy working on some very exciting, pretty paperie projects for her clients and I was busy recuperating after a hectic few weeks.