Pinterest board of the week: Seaside

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This week the weather may be a bit wet and gloomy but the weddings team have been brightening up their days by pinning beach inspired pretty onto our Pinterest board of the week: Seaside. The seaside may be a theme more commonly associated with summer weddings but there’s nothing stopping you from adding beach touches to your wedding day no matter what the season. After all we do like to be beside the seaside…

An easy way to bring the seaside inside is to pick some stylish wedding decorations. These Tiny Beach Huts by Giddy Kipper can be used to hold table numbers and photos or used as placenames for your guests. They’re available in a range of designs and colours so you can tie them in nicely with the rest of your wedding day theme.

Tiny Beach Hut Decoration Or Photo Holder by Giddy Kipper

A fun and quirky favour for a seaside wedding is this Handmade Chocolate Fish And Chips by Gorvett & Stone. A sweet take on the traditional fish and chips, it will be a sure hit amongst your guests and one they’ll love to eat!

Handmade Chocolate Fish And Chips by Gorvett & Stone

Hang this Driftwood Heart Wreath by Ella James at your wedding reception either as a focal point or attached to the back of your chairs as an alternative to fabric bows. As it’s made from organic materials it really is bringing a bit of the seaside to your wedding.

Driftwood Heart Wreath by Ella James

You could also add some seaside style to you and your grooms’ wedding outfit with some shell inspired accessories. These Sterling Silver Shell Cufflinks by Sophie Harley London would make a subtle touch to your groom’s sleeves. For yourself, the Sea Shell Pendant by Kate Wimbush Jewellery makes a lovely choice – beautifully made with a freshwater pearl delicately tucked in the corner. It would also make a gorgeous thank you gift for your bridesmaids.

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