Music is so much more than a hobby, a skill or a pastime. Some people feel like they have a deeper connection with music than with many of the people in their lives. If music is a passion the two of you share, it will undoubtedly play a HUGE role in your wedding day. Here are some ideas to make your music wedding theme truly noteworthy.
The wedding invitation sets the tone for your entire celebration, and it’s the perfect place to introduce your musical wedding theme. However, your wedding invitations don’t have to feature music notes to fit the look and feel of your wedding. This black and white wedding invitation is simple and sophisticated. The colors are easy to work with and the style is incredibly versatile. This design may not be what comes to mind when you think of music wedding invitations but they sure do work beautifully! Sometimes simplicity is key.
Beautiful Beyond Measure
Instead of using real flowers for the boutonniere and bouquet, this couple chose to use paper flowers made out of sheet music. The flowers are beautiful and they are a clear symbol of the couple’s love for all things musical. Want to try this project on your own? Here is a great compilation of paper flower tutorials from the blog, It’s Always Autumn.
Why stop with flowers? Sheet music (or scrapbook paper printed like sheet music if you’re looking for a sturdier paper) is a great place to start for all kinds of DIY wedding decorations and projects. The paper cones you see here are the perfect wedding favor when filled with a tasty treat. They can also be filled with rice or confetti for guests to throw as the couple leaves the ceremony. The paper hearts sewn together as garland creates romantic and meaningful wedding decorations. Even the cake pops become their own little masterpieces with the right finishing touch!
A Matter of Record
We LOVE the idea of having guests sign records instead of a guest book. These records will look fabulous when framed and hung somewhere in the home. All you need are the right records and some paint markers for signing. Want more vinyl wedding ideas? Check out this article, Vintage Vinyl Wedding Details, on the Intimate Weddings blog. There are so many fun ways to use this readily available (and affordable) item!
Photo Credit: Records as Guest Books: Sarah E. Evans Photography via Ruffled, Cake Pops: Traci J. Brooks Studios via The Frosted Petticoat, Bouquet: onewed, Heart Garland: The Perfect Palette, Boutonniere: Arabia Weddings, Paper Cones: Cathy Sunu Photography via Style Me Pretty