We love this peach wedding inspiration shoot, not just because it has a pretty palette of peach and white, but also because it is an elegant wedding theme you could easily DIY to get the same gorgeous result. A fresh fruit peach wedding theme not only looks gorgeous but has the added advantage of smelling sensational too. Take a look at these great theming ideas you can use to make a lovely garden or spring styled outdoor wedding theme.
For a pretty peach and white coloured reception theme, cover each reception table with a peach tablecloth and layer with a white lace table runner. For contrast, use soft grey linens at each place setting along with crisp white tableware and crystal glassware (if you’re on a strict budget then you can use patterned glasses with the look of crystal). On either side of your peach centrepieces group together white pillar candles in a varying heights.
For a beautiful peach themed table setting, arrange fresh peaches in a glass bubble bowl vase with bunches of white hydrangeas filled with water. This floral arrangement is so simple to do yet makes stunning centrepieces for your wedding tables.
A simple but effective table decorating idea is to use a fresh peach as the place card holder on each table setting. All you need to use is plain white cards printed with each guest’s name and you have a stylish place setting. (Plus the peaches can also double up as a yummy snack for your guests!).
Plain white stationery against the peach and lace linens keeps the look crisp and fresh.
A nice complementary touch to your reception decor is a pretty handmade dessert buffet. Here they have used the soft grey tablecloth to match the reception table napkins, with a selection of pretty sweet treats displayed on milk white platters and assorted cake and cupcake stands. Style your dessert table with pretty details like a ‘sweet treats’ sign, white birdcages, vases of white flowers and of course strategically placed fresh peaches.
Cupcakes decorated with swirls of white and peach coloured frosting are irresistible.
It’s easy to incorporate the peach theme into your menu (especially for dessert). These bite-sized tarts with fresh peaches and cream are a nice touch at the end of a meal, or to offer to guests at a high-tea wedding.
Finally, a self-serve cocktail bar always goes down well with guests. This outdoor display is an extremely easy do-it-yourself set up. This outdoor bar is kept simple by displaying only a small selection of white spirits in plain glass bottles along with some small silver flasks filled with a selection of stronger spirits. Crystal bowls filled with lemon and lime wedges, cocktail glasses and clear ice-buckets filled with crushed ice is not only essential for cocktails but will look great displayed on the table too. Don’t forget to add small stylish details like framing the glass bottles in lace and adding a ‘cocktail’ sign to your display to give your DIY bar a personalized and professional look.
Is a fruit theme such as this your kind of style? Or is it getting too fruity for you? Perhaps you’d consider it for a bridal shower or engagement party? Let us know, we’d love to hear your opinion.
Photographer: Sabrina Nicole Photography / Event Planner: Modern Whimsy / Floral Designer: Photosynthesis / Invitation Designer: KR Creations and Events / Dress: Alexia Gavela Bridal / Cupcake Designer: The Cupcake Bar /Equipment Rentals: Marquee Event Group / Makeup Artist: Cassie Lynn Artistry / Bakery: Serena’s Kitchen / Submitted via Two Bright Lights