25 Shabby Chic Wedding Ideas

Hey Hey!  Remember when I posted about being in Shabby Chic / Photographer HEAVEN?  Well,  today is the day I’m showcasing MORE of the pictures.  This wedding was a perfect mix of shabby chic, rustic, elegant, simple and beautiful.  Oh, how my wedding would be different if we got married now!    I love all the detail and thought she put into her wedding.  Thanks again Chelsea for having me photographer your decor.  She’s ONE talented girl.   And now,  here’s my list of 25 ideas for a PERFECT shabby chic wedding!

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Please note, I only took these pictures, these are not my ideas or creations.


1.  Doilies 

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2.  Mis-Matched Dinner China 

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3.  Rustic Kid’s Table

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4.  Personalized Kid’s Activity Boxes

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5.  A Shabby Chic High Chair 

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6.  Beautiful Table Numbers 

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7.  Succulents

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8.  Coffee Bar / Mis-Matched Cups

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9.  Baby’s Breath

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10.  Fire Pit with Pallet Seating 

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11.  Cigar Lounge 

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12.  Cozy Pallet Couches 

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13.  Personalized Matches 

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14.  Vintage Cigar Boxes 

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15.  Vintage Liquor Bottles

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16.  Custom Rustic Bar

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17.  Homemade Flavored Nuts

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18.  Burlap Bar Specials Sign

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19.  Shabby Chic Dessert Table

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20.  Candy Table with Adorable Candy Bags

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21.  Repurposed Beverage Coolers

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22.  Games

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23.  Antiques 

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24.  Church Pews 

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25.  Mason Jar Lanterns

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28 thoughts on “25 Shabby Chic Wedding Ideas

  1. These are all so beautiful! I always wonder if I would have gotten married when Pinterest was more popular and blogging was more popular if I would have done the same decor! Beautiful!

  2. There are so many pretty ideas here! I love the doilies- it would be a great way to bring memories of grandmothers or great-grandmothers into the wedding. I have many of these from my own grand mothers and my daughters aren’t necessarily interested in displaying them in their homes but it would be sweet to include them in the wedding décor.

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