Originally posted on Southern Bride, this wedding was the perfect blend of vintage flair and modern accents. Plus, lots and lots of blue! Read on to see how some tea cups, blue cocktails and some bridal merriment made for the perfect tea party wedding!
Blue was the highlighted color for this event and there was plenty of it! It all started with perfectly presented wedding invitations.
The bride wore a sheer light blue corset dress that was the perfect amount of vintage and whimsy.
The groom suited up in a handsome navy blue tux. His blue and white striped bow tie and green floral boutonniere helped diffuse all the color.
A Vintage Place Setting
Blue and white vintage China was the star of the show for this reception table. Tea cups were placed in the center of the table settings and dotted all around to create the perfect tea party feel.
Party Tip: Having mismatched china can make your tea cups stand out even more! You can also use your cups as a small vase for your flowers.
The bride relaxed with her beautiful bouquet of white, pink and blue flowers to offset all the intense blue of the event. The bride and groom certainly enjoyed themselves!
Blue Desserts and Cocktails
The blue and white theme even trickled down to the food with the decadent white floral frosted cake. The couple even had their own blue cocktail created just for the day. The sugar rim paired well with their champagne flutes.
Photographer: Studio 83 Wedding Photography | Equipment Rentals: Barron’s Rental Center | Caterer: Bleu House Cafe | Makeup Artist: Bombshell Creations | Dress Store: High Maintenance | Cinema and Video: Image Media Works | Model: Jefferson Bell | Favors and Gifts: Kate Aspen | Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Perno’s Formal Wear | Event Planner: Southern Sophistication Designs | Cake Designer: Sugar Kneads Cakery | Paper Props: Sweet E’s Celebrations | Model:Tessa Thompson | Equipment Rentals: Vintage English Teacup | Event Venue: Little River Farms | Dress Designer: Sherri Hill
This styled shoot was originally featured on Southern Bride. Kate Aspen was a participating vendor. Click Here to see the feature!
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