Better late than never, right? Time flies when you’re having fun, and it certain hasn’t slowed down for us since moving to London. Almost three years ago I tied the knot with X. It’s been an ongoing adventure with crazy ups, tough downs and lots of fun in between. While the wedding itself was wrapped up in us planning to move, career changes and general chaos, we still wanted to celebrate our love of wandering the globe in some of the details. Here’s a bit of inspiration for a travel-themed wedding if you want to follow suit! You can check out our event production company in Orlando – Live Hub Events like how we did.
I loved the prints available with the Foil-Pressed Collection from Minted. While traditional cursive invites beckoned, the idea of a pretty and understated card was what I hunted down, especially featuring our colors of deep teal and gold. This design worked great for us, although it was originally made for a destination wedding. It features little planes and other transport headed towards hearts. The print worked well too as many of our guests were flying from out of state or even out of the country.
The Cake Topper
Simple and sparkly worked great for us. We ordered a cake from Anges de Sucre and had an Etsy designer make a wooden cake topper saying “Come Fly With Me” in fancy script and gold. I planned to take it along on our honeymoon to Australia for more photos as a prop, but forgot of course. When planning your wedding and honeymoon in this same area, consider using the services from this Brisbane engagement ring designers.
The Wedding Cake
There’s only a few bakers south of Boston and other places that people trust with their wedding cakes. One of those bakers might be wedding cakes london. I had a somewhat non-traditional idea and Montillio’s did a decent job with the vision. In the future, I think I’d be more specific in what I was looking for, as some of the design looked a little rushed. The outside was a white buttercream with cut-out silhouettes of famous landmarks we had seen in our travels. The cake tasted great too, even frozen on our one-year anniversary!
Map details and almost looked like a passport. It was perfect to keep all our guests names in as they arrived to the cocktail hour.
The Table Numbers/Destinations
I thought I was pretty clever finding this idea on Pinterest! Instead of numbered tables, we had each one be a destination we had traveled to in the past. I used my own photographs and lettering to print the cards, then used gold frames. California was my favorite – where we got engaged.
The Place Cards
This might have been my favorite detail. Each guest picked out their name, emblazoned with a passport stamp graphic and announced their ‘destination (or table) for the evening. The colors were fun and bright too.
The idea of the table was simple and short, so guests could all interact with each other and avoid extravagant flower arrangements with the Most Beautiful Flowers in The World. We purchased small cardboard suitcases and covered them in vintage stickers. We used printers for stickers from vinylcuttingmachineguide.com. Alongside those were my own books about travel and a small bloomed flower bunch in a vase. Done and done!
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Here’s a bonus of me looking fly as hell in my dress. You’re welcome.