Wedding Wednesday: Glitz and Glamour

March 19, 2014 No comments » [ssba]

I am personally a girl who loves any bit of sparkle! I was so excited to create a blog that showcased the shiniest items a bride could imagine. Ponte’s neutral color scheme is a perfect backdrop for gold, bronze and silver colors, so here are a few options for your big day!

Why not dress your bridesmaids up in sparkles? Keep the dresses neutral and add some sequins to the top of the dress cascading down the gown. No need for heavy jewelry, keep the accessories simple.

Rhinestones make everything look better. Whether you’re bedazzling sandals for your bridesmaids prior to the wedding, or heels for the actual ceremony, make sure to add some sparkle to your shoes.

This cake is absolutely gorgeous! Such a simple design, but the color of the cake adds a unique look. By painting the cake with such a glitzy color, all you need are a few florals to create an amazing look.

I’ve showcased mason jars before and I thought I had met my mason jar quota until this lovely gem popped up. I absolutely love the simplicity and affordability of this design. It looks so expensive but keeps your budget low by utilizing mason jars as centerpieces.

Glitter in food is always a hit because it is not the norm. The soft pink frosting and neutral color of the baked goods allows the gold glitter to stand out with such elegance and fun!

I will certainly be using this idea at my next party. Once again, very simple and an amazing outcome. Your guests will enjoy their champagne and toast with an extra addition of glitz and glamour with their edible sparkle-sugar coated glasses!

–Special Events

–What’s your favorite way to add glitz to a party?

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