Chloe and Wills yellow wedding theme and DIY decor could appeal to your creative side if you are planning a wedding, too. Taking inspiration from Chloe’s beekeeping they had a hexagonal altar, honey favors and dried flowers in beautiful yellow tones made months prior to the wedding.
The couple wanted to create a personal, autumnal themed, eco-conscious wedding day. The honeybee theme naturally crept in as Chloe is a beekeeper and it really matched the earthy, organic aesthetic. Honey bottled in recycled jars as favors, doubled up as guest place-names thanks to a talented bridesmaids’ calligraphy skills! The couple continued the yellow theme with the bridesmaid’s dresses and groomsmen ties and as well as honeycomb candles, wooden hexagonal signs and personalized cake toppers. The bride was wearing a beautiful fitting lace applique wedding dress with long sleeves, the groom was rocking a black suit, a light grey waistcoat and a mustard tie.
There were more DIYs created for this wedding, that’s exactly what the couple was looking for. This wedding was a real labor of love with Chloe’s dad constructing the incredible hexagon ‘arch’ and Chloe and her bridesmaids combining hundreds of fresh and dried flowers into huge chicken wire structures that Will built the night before to form the flower clouds suspended from the ceiling.
The couple made all the florals themselves creating 7 bouquets, a bridal crown, 6 hair pieces, 2 flower girl crowns, 7 buttonholes, 2 lapel corsages, 4 cake wreaths and 12 table decoration jars. Using dried flowers enabled them to prepare these in the months prior to the wedding, although it meant a lot of late nights after work.