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Plan Your Perfect Nautical Themed Wedding
If you have a love for the beach or if you have any type of nautical background in your families then a nautical themed wedding would be perfect for you. Nautical is very much in style right now, therefore, it should be easy for you to plan and find items that you need. Brisbane’s designer, When Freddie met Lilly wants to help you remember some of the fun details to include in your wedding as well as give you suggestions on the perfect wedding attire.
Tying The Knot
If you know anything about nautical, you know that the fisherman’s knot is considered one of the strongest knots out there. Therefore, to add to the theme, and add a bit of romance you can consider tying a fisherman’s knot with rope with your future spouse to symbolize the strong bond you two will share from here on out.
Short Bridal Gowns for a Nautical Themed Wedding
Most of the time if you are having a nautical wedding theme, your wedding is going to take place on the beach. Therefore, you don’t want to wear a long gown that is going to get dirty with sand. When Freddie met Lilly offers a line of shorter wedding dresses perfect for outdoor weddings. One dress that will go well with your wedding theme is the Valarie Tea Length Gown. This gown is not too short and falls right below the knees. It features a lotus lace v neck top that will make you shine in the sun. Along with the baby tulle skirt, there is a silk middle that separates the two. The dress is the perfect option for those who like the traditional feel, yet want to go with a shorter style.
Nautical Wedding Theme Centrepieces
Your wedding doesn’t need to be the only thing with a theme, you should also center your reception after it as well. One of the best ways to show your nautical theme is though centrepieces. There are several options you can choose from when designing your centrepieces. However, some of the more popular and fun options include a message in a bottle. With this idea, you can either leave note cards out on the table for your guest to write a little note to you on your big day and put in the bottle, or you can put copies of your vows in there.
Another popular centrepiece for the theme is to include seashells, sea glass or even starfish. You can accent these items with some driftwood, for the perfect nautical centrepiece.
Your bridesmaids need to reflect your style. Therefore, if you go with a shorter dress, they should as well. The Milla Cocktail is perfect for seaside weddings. It comes in over 30 different colour options offered by Brisbane Designer When Freddie met Lilly and can be styled many different ways.
When Freddie met Lilly wants you to stop by our location today so we can help you start planning your nautical themed wedding.