GUEST POST :: Roses & Lace :: Wedding Details

Hello. Stephanie from Roses & Lace here to talk about wedding details! Roses and Lace specializes in creating beautiful events. We help put together a cohesive design by creating handcrafted goodness, amazing flowers, and personalized details. We know all the best suppliers, for example, Eventlyst Party Rentals who can provide hundreds of fantastic props for almost any theme. We can even recommend companies who help you to have a more hands-on approach to setting your scene, something like these floristry classes in and around Cheshire for example, could train your design eye to look for beautiful wedding flower arrangements so that you could do your own weddings flowers.

Details should be considered throughout your whole journey from saying “yes” to saying “I do” and that includes the actual journey to the wedding venue which can be often forgotten about, luckily there are companies such as that will make sure you arrive in style. When details are considered, you evoke emotions, experiences, and create memories for you and your guests that will go beyond your wedding day. Here are some tips for adding details into different areas of your engagement up to the wedding day:

Engagement Session Details:

Engagement sessions are such an easy way to include personal details from the location to the props. You can add personalized details to your engagement sessions by including custom signs, flowers, or furniture. I love adding details that will be a peek of what is to come at the wedding.


Bridal Shower/Bridesmaid Luncheon Details:

This may be an area of your wedding that you may have not considered in adding special details. Your budget may not allow or you just don’t have the extra time for planning… And that’s okay! But for the brides who do want to make these events a little extra special there are so many ways to add meaningful details for your family and friends. If you’re putting together a special lunch for your maids, you can start by choosing a fun color palette and theme. You can then add personalized details in the seating, food, and gifts.


The Wedding Day:

Let’s face it, there’s so much wedding inspiration out there these days that it’s hard to make your wedding different from the rest. The best way to create a personalized look is to create a cohesive style through the items that you craft and the vendors that you hire. Use consistent colors, textures, lettering, and handcrafted items through your whole wedding. Incorporate those details into special pieces at your wedding. I like to focus on two major pieces such as the ceremony backdrop and the dessert table. Then I personalize other areas of the wedding in a smaller way. Areas where you could add extra detail could be the dessert table, favor table, photo-booth props & backdrop, signage, seating chart, place cards, or a special piece to honor family members.


Have a lovely weekend!



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