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Nautical Flurries


 

Ahoy there! The seafaring inspired strips and motifs in complementing colours only mean one thing - come on board a lovely land voyage and soak up the allure of its nautical trinkets that bring to life the hobbyist’ wedding dream!

Check out the amazing details found in this theme! Among the surprises, you’ll see miniature lifebuoys in royal navy colours suspended on chair-backs and a sailor-styled, save-the-date card with the customary monthly chart – a favoured element of a seafaring era!

Read on to see what else we conjured up but before all that, we share tips on creating the perfect nautical theme!

At the table:

  • By cleverly using colourful crockery and minimal ornaments, dining space at the table isn’t compromised.

  • Fresh floral centrepieces of white and yellow are presented in a vessel that also serves as a unique conversation starter.

  • Continue to let imagination fly by using dark navy coloured napkins.

  • Double up jars as a creative way to hold your blooms for that touch of craft.

 Wedding favours:

  • Flaunt a mixture of petite wedding favours and have your guests admire these uncommon souvenirs that continue the theme.

  • Though subtle and delicate, favours arranged creatively to blend with everything else always stand out.

  • Share another staple nautical emblem with the iconic lifesaver shaped “Polo” sweets. Filling little jars, this detail accompanies the decor with simple colours of navy and white.

  • Thoughtfully designed with wistful nautical charm, these smart navy coloured “deck boxes” serve as a stylish option for your guests to stash and mix wedding favours, if they fancy so.

Righty ho, now it’s time to hoist the flags and set sail!




Credits
Styling & Flowers: Poppy Flora Studio
Photography: Photography by Eu Lee
Wedding Cake: Decadence Cakes
Wedding Stationery: The Card Room


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