12 days of christmas: 6 geese a laying

Eastern European wedding inspiration and style I’ve been itching to share an Eastern European wedding inspiration board with you for sometime now and ‘geese-a-laying’ seems like the perfect opportunity! I love the Polish and Russian folkish elements and the array of colors – which is actually pretty common for a wedding in that part of the world. Out with the white and in with the bright!

If you’re loving this Eastern European vibe, be sure to check out dachnik, Anna Karenina, and Glamour and Grace recently shared an outstanding winter Russian inspiration shoot! (< that includes a bagel bouquet…which you’ve just got to see).

Winter wedding inspiration shoot

View all 12 Days of Christmas here!

photo credits: decorated Polish goose eggs, goose shoes from Urban Outfitters, nesting doll escort cards < via 100 Layer Cake, Russian wedding invitations < from Oh So Beautiful Paper, sofa, vintage fairy tale book, colorful bouquet < from Junebug Weddings, Anthropologie Agnita Dress.

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Editor of Burnett's Boards, which she founded to showcase global creativity in the wedding industry. Sara currently lives out of a suitcase while island hopping the Caribbean and beyond. Learn More // Follow on Instagram.


  1. I love, love, love the folksy Eastern European vibe! What a great way to do “six geese a laying”!

  2. Very cool – especially loving the winter Russian inspiration!

  3. Love it!!

  4. My favorite one yet!

  5. Pretty, pretty…the dress in the first image is adorable!

  6. All the colors remind me of the Romanian culture 🙂

    • Ha! I actually thought of you when I posted this – I steered clear of pegging it to any one Eastern European culture just in case something might have come off as insulting! Like… calling the pattern on the goose eggs Polish when really it was Romanian.


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