Forest ‘For better or For worse’
The wooden wedding combines the increasingly important use of green resources with the beauty of using natural materials into you decoration. So why not start with the invitations?
Could these rings be any more beautiful? With a version for him and for her, these alternative bands will be treasured for life. You could even choose a special type of wood which has meaning to you and your husband.
It will also act as a lovely keep sake from the wedding and could be used as a jewellery box in years to come!
Although this might be hard to organise, it will be worth every second. In my opinion, nothing beats the magic of being married in such natural surroundings. Decorate as minimalist as possible and let the trees do the talking.
Even the Duke and Duchess could not resist adding trees to their wedding when they decorated The Abbey with an avenue of trees!
If you are struggling to think of a wedding favour that suits your theme, then worry no further. This simple wedding favour is both environmentally friendly and a really unique way to thank your guests. Your friends will all have a spruce of your wedding growing in their gardens across the country!
These stunning table decorations are SO easy to make as well as looking dramatic and beautiful! Simply find some clean and dry logs, remove any branches and draw your personalised decoration on the wood. It works best with a pale bark as your decoration will stand out best.
These wedding cufflinks really sum up the wooden wedding for me. Simplistic, green and totally stunning. There is no reason why elegance should have to go out of the window when we are talking wood. These gorgeous cufflinks will be a memoir for the rest of his married life!
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