Which Style for your wedding?
13 ago 2014

Which Style for your wedding?

If your idea of a perfect wedding is one that should coincide with a style that reflects yourself, then you just have to choose a theme. Rustic chic, country, shabby glam or glam rock, vintage each of these styles leads to a precise identity. But if you are always aware of current trends, the choice falls on the vintage glam, country or shabby chic.

Vintage glam

Your wedding dress, the centerpieces, the favours and the complete design: everything has to be in perfect epoch-style. Throwback stationery styles, like letterpress printing and tea-stained papers, can instantly enrich your invitations with nostalgic charm. You know, you have to personalize the transports you’ll choose, an old-fashioned bycicle, a luxourious sidecar or a vintage Italian car.

Country chic

Touches of floral, soft light romantic feel, an opulence in air, these are all elements that factor into Country Chic, which has no true genuine period decor. First of all, if you’re going to have a free-spirited hippie wedding, the best idea would be to have your wedding outdoors. Choose the soundtrack of your wedding will be breeze! The music of the 70s goes well with a hippie wedding. Music from the 60s and 70s accompanies a hippie wedding well. As for the cake, traditionally, people go for white or a cream color, and usually put a traditional bride and groom figurine on top. The green and soft lights will create the retrò atmosphere that will be the focus of your celebration.

Shabby chic

Shabby chic style allow to create an intimate and welcoming atmosphere with a vintage touch. The colours that it use are white, pink and pale pink and the attention to detail is very important. Shabby Chic style mix new and old and for this kind of wedding there are different ideas and inspirations: The invitations wedding could be the simple little paper and color harmony and the same material used for the menu card and for the table chart. To thank your guests it could be nice giving them a little favours and confits of the Italian traditions put on a linen small bags.