7 Ways to Showcase #GoodWeddingVibes with Crystals
Whether you're planning a relaxed backyard wedding or a modern museum soiree, crystals and gemstones can work to add positive vibes to virtually any venue. Plus, they look like something out of a Pinterest fairytale. Click through to see some of our favorite ways to sprinkle these rock-solid finds throughout your special day.
Add Texture to the Cake: Multi-faceted minerals add gorg color to the cake. And bonus: you can display these unique cake decorations around the home as mementos. (via Lilly Ann Photography)
Accessorize the Bar: No need to spend a ton of time getting the bar area set up. Just place a few large crystals around the glassware for some instant elevation. (via Steve Cowell Photo)
Mix and Match Tablescape Decor: Minerals and crystals look beautiful with any floral arrangement. Pair a few pieces to bring an earthier element to the tables. (via Jojo Pangilinan)
Recharge the Seating Areas: Don't bother with over-accessorizing the venue. A couple of well-placed geodes are all you need for a pop of color. (via Steve Cowell Photo)
Elevate a Photo Display: Your guestbook table just got a major upgrade. This DIY hardly takes any time at all, and you can repurpose the crystals to add to gift bags (or just transfer them to your shelf at home). (via A Beautiful Mess)
Make It Functional: These geodes aren't just meant to look pretty — they can be functional too. The table number mineral display will definitely have your guests sticking to the seating chart. (via Kristen Dee)
Inspire the Stationery: Let these ethereal stones inspire your menus and invitations too. Pick a rich color and add a metallic touch for some photo-worthy paper goods. (via Anna Delores Photography, Design: Honeyfitz Events, Floral Design: Lark Farnum, Paper Goods: Song + Pen)
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Allison Collins lives in Denton, Texas with her husband and two dogs. She is a honky tonk connoisseur, Bruce Springsteen enthusiast, and proud member of the West Texas Cloud Appreciation Society.