We thought we’d take a little look around in the online wedding world this evening on Dotty, to explore some alternative wedding ideas to inspire you…
A travel theme can be perfect for those consumed by wanderlust, and incorporating maps, signs, and country-themed décor and accessories means that you can include your passions in your wedding day. For the travel inspired couple, I absolutely adore this globe guest book. This would make a lovely keepsake to have on display after your wedding day too.
The wedding favour market is saturated with sugared almonds (*shudders*), with couples often assuming that there are certain favour parameters that they have to adhere to! However, there are countless options that you could consider, and your wedding favours can be a chance to let your personalities shine. This cute example is simple, yet effective, and sure to make your guests smile.
Would you be brave enough to opt for a coloured wedding dress? There are more considerations to make when you decide on a coloured gown, such as how it will work alongside bridesmaid dresses, and your theme as a whole. However, taking a look at this Jenny Packham dress below, why wouldn’t you?!
Creating a bespoke ceremony or venue backdrop can be a relatively low cost, but incredibly effective way of enhancing your décor. You can source floaty fabrics for next to nothing, and the more mismatched you go, the better!
Dotty is tying the knot in September, and I will admit now, we have yet to decide on our wedding rings! There are so many options available to us, but I’ve found that Wedding Rings Direct is a superb resource. My other half is particularly keen to have a wedding ring with a difference, and he’s been considering different metals for his wedding band.
With metals available such as Platinum, Zirconium and Titanium, they have many options available to suit all tastes. Plus, who says your wedding ring can’t incorporate colour, or even a mixture of metals? You can see a fabulous coloured Zirconium Ring below, plus a combination ring of Rose Gold and Palladium below.