Tiffany Blue Damask Wedding Invitations | Royal Wedding Inspiration
If you decide to choose a vintage and royal wedding theme, start to collect ideas and gather different theme options to decide which one would suit you and your groom’s personalities most. Remember that there are many timeless options that are elegantly classic and produce a feeling of rich and royal romance. One such theme would be this teal and golden damask wedding pictured above. It is deliciously decorated in lavish golden and teal vintage accessories that will make your guests feel as if they are attending a royal wedding.
These vintage gold and teal damask wedding invitations pictured above designed by the Monogram Gallery are definitely a royal vintage wedding choice. It’s elegant scroll and damask pattern are featured in the perfect combination of elegance and luxuriousness. The design inspires a vintage castle or palace wedding venue decorated extravagantly with golden and teal accessories.
Experiment with different decoration techniques and textures. These golden painted olive leaves are a wonderful touch to dazzle your tables at your wedding reception. As well, embellish your wedding cake in a similar damask pattern as your wedding invitations and accessories to create a consistency throughout your wedding. Elaborate the design with golden fondant leaves or flowers.
An easy DIY would be to cut out a cardboard monogram(s) of your initial(s) and decorate it heavily with golden sparkles or jewels to hang along the wedding aisle or feature at your wedding reception. You could also spray paint your chairs to match this golden color and drape teal ribbon over the backs for more of an elegant effect.
If you really want to feel like royalty on your wedding day, choose a beautifully crafted (or even hand crafted!) wedding gown that features vintage accessories such as jeweled shoulder sleeves, a faint silk print and or lace additions.
If you plan it properly, this wedding theme could be simply wonderful and absolutely gorgeous. Who shouldn’t feel like a princess on their wedding day?