Celebrate your Welsh identity with a St. David’s Day-themed wedding!
Tomorrow is St. David’s Day, the day to celebrate the patron saint of Wales. So this week, The Wedding Affair & WeddingHour are bringing you Welsh wedding wonders!
Whether you’re getting married in your Welsh hometown, or wish to pay a tribute to your heritage, there are so many beautiful ways to make Welsh traditions part of your wedding. This week’s Monday Moodboard will show you just how!
Firstly, let us guide you as to how to style your outfits using the beautiful colours of the Welsh flag. Whether its bold red grooms’ ties from Shelldemar, bridesmaids dresses from Love My Dress or even flower girls and page boys in traditional Welsh dress, be inspired by either subtle details or statement style.
Of course, we had to dedicate our second moodboard to the daffodil! Choose a delicate buttonhole, as shown on Your Wedding, or vintage floral seating plan – we adore this display we spied on Brides.com! Welcome each guest to their seats with a personal touch by popping a delicate daffodil on their chair on arrival: we found this lovely idea on Wedding Girls CA.
Finally, we couldn’t help but focus our third moodboard on cakes! Welsh cakes are a tasty tradition and make a perfect favour. Tie them in a gift bag, taking inspiration from Cwtch the Bride, or even use them to build your cake: there’ll be no trouble cutting that cake from The Natural Wedding Company!
As always, just click the links below each board and we’ll take you straight to the source of this week’s blush inspiration (L to R):
We’d love to see how your hometown, heritage or birth place has inspired your wedding day. Have you celebrated St. David’s Day with a Welsh-themed wedding? We’d be so excited to see how you did it! Let us know if we’ve inspired you, and share your real weddings with us just by getting in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
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