Friday, August 30, 2013
Elements of a Champagne Wedding
Champagne is usually limited to a toast at weddings, but the muted gold color of the bubbly makes a terrific wedding theme. The champagne color can stand alone, but also looks terrific when paired with ivory or a muted pink.
Bridesmaids Dresses – These champagne bridesmaids’ dresses by J Crew are formal without being stuffy. Isn’t it a fun idea to have the attendants in the same color and material, but with different cuts?
Your ladies will love you for allowing them to select the most flattering cut for them.
Wedding Décor – Champagne and ivory are a classic look, but for a more whimsical feel, try mixing mint green or pale pink into the color scheme.
The Little Canopy shares a beautiful pink and champagne inspiration board to get your ideas going.
Champagne Tower – Martha Stewart shows how champagne stacked on tiers can become part of the reception décor. The wedding toast glasses become the centerpiece for the tables.
Having champagne in different colors, like classic and pink champagne, add a bit of interest to the look.
Champagne Flute Favor – After the guests share in a toast, let them take home these champagne flutes as a favor. The flutes can be personalized with designs such as hearts or your monogram, if desire.
While champagne is a wedding toast staple, the gold color can serve as celebratory inspiration for your wedding.
Which champagne idea is your favorite for your wedding?