The teacup trend is really catching on. We see this theme everywhere from birthday parties to bridal showers. So why not have a vintage teacup-inspired wedding? Tea party themes are whimsical, elegant and sophisticated all at once, so we can understand the appeal!
Interested in hosting your own Victorian-inspired event? First, check out Kate Aspen’s Tea Time collection. And then take a look at these 5 stylish ideas for your teacup wedding:
Tea parties are often dressed in pastel hues, but we think choosing a bold focus and accent color makes the day unique. You’ll find bright blue in many Fine China designs, so cobalt is a great option when selecting your focus color. And gold couldn’t pair better with this shade of blue! The gold and blue combo gives you a more sophisticated tea party look.
No tea party event is complete without fine china! And this wedding was filled beautifully designed teacups, saucers and plates. The attention to detail in these pieces is incredible. Everything from the insides of the cups to the rims on the plates are adorned with embellishments and designs.
And just in case you haven’t noticed yet… there is a lot of glitter going on in this wedding! Adding some sparkle is a modern twist on the traditional “Victorian tea.” The tablecloth, plates, furniture and cake all shimmered in the light, adding an extra sparkle to the special day!
Flowers are an important part of this vintage-inspired event. Floral patterns are common in fine china details, so its a nice touch to bring those flowers out in your wedding decor, too! Florals were present in the centerpieces and cake stands. And both the cake and cupcakes were topped with gorgeous, fondant flowers. You don’t want the flowers to overpower the decor, but instead complement it. And that’s just what this wedding achieved!
Last but not least – the attire. The bride and groom’s attire mimicked the vintage look of the event. She wore a romantic vintage-inspired dress in French lace with gorgeous pearl jewelry, a feather headpiece and a classic red lip. He wore a cobalt blue bow tie, suspenders and matching vest.
Photographer: Ten·2·Ten Photography | Equipment Rentals: Detailz Couture | Floral Designer: Flowers 597 | Tuxedo and Men’s Attire: Handsome and Lace | Favors and Gifts: Indulgences Truffles | Model: Jeremy Cole | Model: Paige Ferguson | Cake Designer: Le Dolci | Dress Store: Lea-Ann Belter Bridal | Linens and Coverings: Linen Closet | Jewelry: Made You Look Jewellery | Other: Vintage Dish Rental
Are you thinking about having a teacup wedding of your own? What did you like best about this one? Tell us in the comments below!