Glitter and Sequin Wedding Inspirations

When I first came across the BHLDN Burnished Organza Gown worn by a gorgeous bride over on Style Me Pretty, I got a glimpse of what love at first sight felt like. I couldn’t take my eyes off the gown – its sweetheart bodice adorned with shimmering bronze sequins, the five tiers of embroidered silk, which I could imagine to be an absolute joy to twirl around in – I fell in love with every little bit of it. The small addition of sequins really touched a soft spot of mine and got me thinking about how lovely it would be to add some sparkle to glam up a wedding. Whether you use glitter to dress up your decor or add sequin details to your outfits and accessories, some sparkle would be great for a fun, playful and glam wedding. It’s such a simple way to add a little bit of extra oomph to your special day. Besides, who doesn’t love a bit of sparkle in their life anyway?

Here are some pretty ways you can incorporate a bit of sparkle into your wedding day. A little bit goes a long way so don’t go too crazy with the glitter and sequins!

Photos by (left to right): M&J Photography via Style Me Pretty / Peacock Photography via Grey Likes Weddings / Jarvie StudiosT&H Photography via Grey Likes Weddings / The Sweetest Occasion / Paper Antler via 100 Layer Cake / Shannon Nicole Smith via Southern Weddings

What do you think peachies? Will you be adding some sparkle into your wedding day?

  • http://pinkronnie.com Pink Ronnie

    Too late for me now but love the idea. Maybe for our ten year anniversary that’s coming up…. :)
    Ronnie xo

    • Simply Peachy

      It’s never too late Ronnie. Perfect for any celebration. One of the boy’s birthdays perhaps? lol xx

  • http://piecefulwedding.com Valerie (Pieceful Wedding)

    The gold sparkle elements are so stunning! I just love everything about this inspiration!

    • Simply Peachy

      Thank you Valerie! I really love the gold too! It’s so festive :)

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