Posted November 21, 2012 | ♥ 4 Comments
Hello, loves! We have an amazing inspirational post to kick off your beautiful day-before Thanksgiving festivities. We are featuring a favorite classic wedding theme – the silhouette wedding – and showing you how to add handmade wedding accents. Some of the amazing finds we’re unveiling include a silhouette wedding cake, silhouette lockets for bridesmaid gifts, a guest book alternative, custom cufflinks, favor tags, and much more. In fact, we’ve rounded up twenty-five of the latest-and-greatest silhouette wedding finds to inspire you, beginning with a Real Wedding photograph that is a must-have on every couple’s photo list. Enjoy!
Silhouette Wedding Ideas
As promised, here’s one wedding photograph sure to make you swoon: a silhouette couple, captured beautifully by Caroline Ghetes:
We’re kicking off the round-up with a set of invitations in black-and-white by the always lovely Hermias Wishes. The font on this particular invitation is divine:
Black and white makes a perfectly elegant color palette, but if you’re more of a rustic-loving bride, we’ve got you covered there, too, thanks to this invitation suite by Wide Eyes Design. Consequently, it’s one of my favorite invitation suites I’ve seen this year.
Speaking of invitations, isn’t this rehearsal dinner invitation stunning? It’s handmade by Eden Wedding Studio.
Think outside the box with your silhouette theme: consider hand-painted champagne flutes (by Magic Brushes Workshop, custom-stamped cocktail napkins (by Charleston Charms), cameo favor tags (like these by Creations Like No Udder), cookies that look too pretty to eat (by Cookiexchange), and cameo favor tags (by Create Lovely).
And… don’t forget to surprise bridesmaids with silhouettes of their own, courtesy of wine glasses hand-painted by Magic Brushes Workshop:
We’ve found an adorable save the date idea (by Different Designs), a card that sweetly asks bridesmaids to join in on the fun (by Drippy Ink), and a silhouette guest book alternative you can use as wall art in your home (by Fancy This Photo).
A silhouette necklace makes a thematic gift for bridesmaids – or yourself – and will remind you of the beautiful day. By Visiting Cinderella.
Custom chair signs – something I wish I’d have seen for my own wedding! – are make in your likeness by the folks at the appropriately-named Silhouette Weddings. Lovely!
Chalk artist, Custom Chalk, will make a decorative sign for you and your soon-to-be spouse, worthy of displaying at the entryway of your reception.
One of my favorite cake toppers to date? This one by Liddabits which features a unique die-cut silhouette oval of the couple with the names above. Love, love, love.
Display this pretty cut-out anywhere you see fit… or simply frame and display in your home! By Risa Rocks It, who proclaims, “If you can imagine it, I can create it.” You go, Risa! We love the creativity.
If I had an everyday locket to wear, this. would. be. it. Thanks, Zelma Rose, for your always inspiring jewelry pieces! This silhouette necklace is a must-have for bridesmaids.
Make your own simple candy favors by placing chocolates in silhouette candy bags (by Antiquity Bridal). And, for another silhouette topper worth admiring, check out this beauty by Silhouette Weddings. It’s amazing!
Need a custom design? Have a custom silhouette design created by Kendel of KO Two Designs, which can be used throughout your entire event (think table numbers, menus, escort cards, and more).
A silhouette wedding cake? The essential must-have for your silhouette theme! This one is beeeeautiful by the talented K. Rose Cakes.
We spotted another silhouette necklace worth raving about and this one’s made with a unique cut-out by vana of Le Papier Studio.
Looking for a groom’s gift? Cufflinks, of course! These are handmade by Jersey Maids.
Deck out your rustic wedding with silhouette wood cut-outs, made in your image, and use ‘em to decorate your love nest after the big day. By Significant Others.
And, last but not least, check out this amazing wall art for the happy couple! By Le Papier Studio.
Which one is your favorite?
To purchase any of the above – or find out more details – click on the link beneath the image.
P.S. To be inspired by other wedding themes + handmade finds, check out this book.