Silhouette Wedding Ideas

Silhouettes are so simple, cute and timeless.  I remember making a Mother’s Day gift in third grade in school of a silhouette of myself, and since each of my sisters had the same third grade teacher, my mother ended up with matching silhouettes from her three girls.  What a cute idea to incorporate silhouettes into your wedding.  Here are some ideas:

Perfect for a save the date, invitation, or even a stamp made on  [Source]

It would be a great idea to have a silhouette display of close family members on your wedding day and to add a little fun, have your guests guess who is who.  Include game cards for your guests with labeled silhouettes (A, B, C, and so on).  [Source]

A great silhouette inspiration board of buttons, postcards, cookies, programs and more.  [Source]

To add a little energy to your reception or rehearsal dinner, here’s a beanbag toss idea.  [Source]

Adorable welcoming sign.  [Source]

Lighting up the Night

Lighting can certainly set the mood for your wedding reception.  Everyone’s been to a restaurant where the lighting was too bright and it just seemed to take away the romance of the evening a bit.  Here are a few ideas to incorporate special lighting on your wedding day.

Writing “thank you” with sparklers and sending as thank you cards would be a blast.  [Source]

A nice “love” backdrop gives a vintage vibe.  [Source]

These are a cute way to add color to your lighting.  [Source]

Mason jars are super cheap and add a vintage vibe to each table.  Tea lights cost next to nothing.  Perfect center pieces add that shimmer of light to the room.  [Source]

Hot off the Press…Letterpress that is!

Our first letterpress collection is unveiled to Shea O’Rourke, who is having what she calls a “Great Gatsby meets the South” style wedding in her aunt’s back lawn in Memphis.  Her guests will dance under the stars to an 11-piece Soul band, with Italian bulb lights for ambiance.  Sounds gorgeous!  What’s your favorite part of an outdoor wedding?