Shabby chic weddings are defined by their cute ‘wear and tear’ touches and often have a soft, pastel color palette. For a shabby chic teal wedding berry hues are the perfect color compliment!
Items that are called ‘shabby chic’ are often painted over again and again throughout the years and when the paint peels off to expose the different layers, that is what gives them their unique appeal. I really love the exposed wood painted over in teal in this inspiration board and the hand painted clothes pins compliment that look well.
Vintage floral patterns are also associated with a shabby chic style so if you’re having this kind of wedding – don’t just put flowers on your invitations – put them everywhere!
Details to adore:
Are you a shabby chic bride? You’ll probably also adore this crochet inspired board (here).
photo credits: bouquet via Dandelion and Grey, photographed by Greg Ross // crepe cake from Amelia // floral print envelopes from Style Me Pretty, photographed by Magnolia Studio, designed by Anista Design // blackberry and sage spritzers from Joylicious // clothespins – unknown // macaroons from the Neiman Marcus blog // bride in flower crown from Wedding Chicks, photographed by Landon Jacob.