tiffany style wedding

If you dream of your hol­i­day being impec­ca­ble, ele­gant and roman­tic, choose Tiffany style for your cel­e­bra­tion. Tiffany styledec­o­ra­tion will add romance and sophis­ti­ca­tion to your hol­i­day. In this arti­cle, we will tell you how to make a unique cel­e­bra­tion that will sur­prise, impress and remem­ber your guests.

Break­fast at Tiffany’s was filmed in the 1960s and is set in the 1950s. Accord­ing­ly, when choos­ing this theme, your­will be held in retro style, which will com­bine lux­u­ry, sophis­ti­ca­tion and rebel­lion. Be sure that such an extra­or­di­nary hol­i­day will appeal to all your guests and leave a last­ing impres­sion.

Wedding in Tiffany style — decor

Yourscript should be very roman­tic, but at the same time, you should allow your­self to fool around and do what you want. On this day, every­thing should be unusu­al, and you can cre­ate the right mood with the help of the right styl­ized design. And of course, prepa­ra­tion for the­be­gins with invi­ta­tion cards for guests, which will be made in accor­dance with the cho­sen style. If youris Tiffany style, then you can use the image of the head of the hero­ine of the movie “Break­fast at Tiffany’s” on your invi­ta­tions. An inter­est­ing solu­tion would be the design of invi­ta­tions in the form of vinyl records. Use del­i­cate col­ors: pale blue or turquoise in com­bi­na­tion with oth­er col­ors. It can be light pink, beige, white, gold. Or, on the con­trary, play on con­trasts: try com­bi­na­tions of turquoise with bright blue, yel­low or brown.

When dec­o­rat­ing ahall, we rec­om­mend that you choose clas­sic white or light turquoise table­cloths. Crys­tal glass­es, an abun­dance of choco­late, flow­ers in del­i­cate pas­tel shades will empha­size the bon­bon­nieres for guests placed on the tables.

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It is impor­tant to remem­ber that dec­o­rat­ing a Tiffany-stylerequires seri­ous expens­es and spe­cial inte­ri­or details. When choos­ing a ban­quet hall, pay atten­tion to the design. Rich crys­tal chan­de­liers, huge mir­rors will be suit­able for you.

A gramo­phone, old vinyl records, as well as black and white pho­tographs in retro style will per­fect­ly fit into the inte­ri­or.

Be sure to dis­cuss with your florist what kind of flo­ral arrange­ments will dec­o­rate your wed­ding. It can be beau­ti­ful­ly designed arti­fi­cial twigs or small top­i­aries, neat bou­quets of orchid flow­ers or ros­es, callas, chrysan­the­mums. A Tiffany style­means that the bride will have a small but ele­gant clas­sic bou­quet. You can stop at white ros­es and arrange a bou­quet with turquoise rib­bons.

You can also pre­pare com­pli­ments for guests — small sou­venirs to remem­ber your hol­i­day, beau­ti­ful­ly pack­aged in turquoise box­es or bags and dec­o­rat­ed with bows in del­i­cate pas­tel shades.

Wed­ding dress­es in the spir­it of the fifties

In order to feel the spir­it of that time, the bride, groom and guests must look appro­pri­ate.

A fifties-inspired­dress is a win-win option for a bride, but don’t lim­it your­self to rigid bound­aries. As acces­sories, pick up a dia­dem, pumps with com­fort­able stilet­tos, a light trans­par­ent scarf, a pearl neck­lace and long silk gloves. Instead of a veil, a styl­ish hat will look good. The Tiffany-style groom is an impos­ing man, wear­ing a dark tuxe­do with a bow tie and a snow-white shirt.

Brides­maids are also encour­aged to stick to the cho­sen style. By the way, high hair­styles were in fash­ion at that time. Make­up should also match the era you have cho­sen: a flaw­less com­plex­ion, light pink mat­te lip­stick, the focus is on the eyes: impec­ca­bly drawn bold arrows and fluffy black eye­lash­es.

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