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Shell ballet. If you were one of those girls growing up with images of Margot Fonteyn, Rudolph Nuryev and more recently Darcey Bussell, then you may have had dreams of becoming a World famous ballerina or if not, just had a love for the ballet and the beauty and mystique of the characters and costumes that you see there.
Fancy Trims. At The Little Wedding Company, we believe beauty lies in the details that you choose to put into your wedding. The more colours, textures and trim details that you can get into this theme the better; it will be a riot of colourful images which will reflect in the fun and laughter of your wedding day.
Bohemian Wedding. For a bohemian wedding theme, you can set long trestle tables in a grass or woodland setting and cover them with green linen tablecloths. You can even collect sections of tree trunks, leaves, or delicate twigs for some decorative elements.
Shell. Shell pink epitomizes the glamour of the ballerina from the flesh coloured leotards to the satin block ballet shoes with ribbons up their legs and is a flattering and pretty colour that will make for the most beautiful of all the wedding themes.
Sage. To be sage is to be wise and this medicinal herb with greenish grey leaves is a wise choice for weddings as it beautifully compliments ivory and cream tones and there are many herbs that can be used throughout the bouquet and decorations such as Rosemary which is symbolic of remembrance and marjoram which symbolizes joy and happiness.
Rose pink. rom rosebuds on the stationery, to scattered silk rose petals on the tables you can really follow the theme through. It’s a great colour for Autumn as you can start to collect berries from the hedge rows to incorporate them into the floral decorations and the decorations
Peach. The bride and her bridesmaids encapsulate a bohemian wedding theme in their cotton and linen dresses coloured in peach and eau de nil. Encourage all the bridesmaids to let their hair down, leave it tousled, and lace floral crowns in their curls.
Lavender. Lavender is the softest of the purple shades and is a wholesome and natural colour that stands out against greenery. This flower is long-lasting and can be used dried, as well as fresh. It encapsulates the smells and colours of late summer and all that the harvest has to offer and symbolises devotion and virtue.
Eau de nil. Eau de nil is quite versatile and can be used easily alongside other pastel shades. For example, this colour goes very well with pale pink. You could mix the eau de nil of Eucalyptus and Olive leaves with the palest of pink roses. You could even add Gypsophila and Love in the Mist to soften the flowers and add a romantic element.