Toys as Decoration for Weddings

Merged Intro Photo

 

Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head, Lego bricks, Video Games, and all sorts of geeky toys and gadgets – these are certainly not your everyday wedding decorations. But they can be. Toys are the hippest things in the history of pop culture. With just a few touches of fun glam and a bit of quirky imagination and you’re on your way to a fun wedding decked out with toys.

Barbie and Ken

Barbie and Ken

 

Barbie-and-Ken themed weddings can go from Hollywood glam to beach vibe feel. The bride can dress up like Barbie in a princess ball gown embellished with crystals on the neckline and waistline – and her bridesmaids can dress up like the other Barbie dolls bridesmaids. You can don the same dress and the same flower bouquets. You can choose pinkish blush and icy blue lighting. The flower girls can also dress up like Barbie’s little sister. Barbie and Ken can be used as adorable table centerpieces. Add some pink and pearl white balloons to make the place like dream story land. Use back-lighting with a tinge of blue to create a dream-like feeling.

Stuffed Toys

Stuffed Toys

 

Cute wedding teddy bear stuff toys come in different sizes – from the big huggable ones to the teeny keychain type. These cuddly stuff toys can festoon your wedding car, bedeck your table centerpiece, embellish your wedding cake and adorn your dessert table. Add some stuffed flower toys or fresh flowers to your decorations. Use pastel baby colors to add a sweeter appeal. Add some splashes of stuffed heart toys too.

You can also bring Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse in your wedding entourage. Use stuffed dolls and animals to come up with a stylish wedding cartoon bouquet – embellish it with fresh flowers or artificial ones. How’s that for a cute and cuddly wedding bouquet?

Metal Toys for the Man

Airplane

 

You can add toy metal airplanes to your wedding decorations to make the boy in your man happy too. Drape the wedding venue with hanging airplane and strings of flowers.

Fun Gadgets

Flower Girl Dress with LED light

Use toys for the big boys (and girls) to adorn your wedding. Integrate fun gizmos and gadgets in your wedding ensemble. Like a pair of functional USB cuff links. Or gold-tinted LED lights in your wedding gown – to mimic a candlelight glow. Try it in your partner’s tuxedo too. That is if he doesn’t fancy a spinning bowtie. A champagne bucket kitchen timer slash fridge magnet is an example of fun gizmo wedding giveaway.

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Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head

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Lego Bricks Wedding

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Barbie and Ken

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Stuffed Toys

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Airplane

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Flower Girl Dress with LED light

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Wedding Origami Decorations

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Sneaking in some elements of origami to your wedding is definitely an awesome idea. Origami is unique, lovely, unforgettable very personal. It’s something your friends and family will be talking about because it’s not everyday that one gets to see handmade paper flowers, decorations, invitations and favors on a wedding. There’s something whimsical and very personal about it.

Flower Power

Kusudama

 

Flowers are the first things that come to mind when a wedding is talked about. You’ll be surprised at how paper flowers can be just as equally pretty as the fresh ones. You can make paper flower bouquets, table centerpieces, hanging decorations, boutonnieres and even pretty decorations for the cake.

Paper flowers are called kusudama. You can start making your flower decorations or employ someone’s services. But where’s the fun in that? Kusudama can bring you to places you never thought were there – colorful kusudama balls that hang like cabbage chandeliers, bridal kusudama bouquets with hints of glitter and pearls, pretty little kusudama flowerets mingled with fresh leaves on your wedding cake, kusudama flowers set in a lovely glass vase. You will come up with more ideas that are fun once you get those creative juices flowing.

Paper Cranes

Paper Cranes

 

Paper Cranes

Cranes symbolize loyalty, fidelity and honor. Almost always, cranes are present in a Japanese wedding. Cranes are known to mate for life – so they’re perfect for any wedding. For some, they symbolize happiness too.                 Paper cranes make great decoration for your wedding. You can let them hang from the ceiling – you can string cranes together in varying lengths of strands and make a crane curtain. This is excellent for a stage set in the altar – or in the backyard or on a tree. The more cranes, the merrier and the prettier. Have fun and experiment with different colors. Paper cranes are great as wedding giveaways too. You can arrange them on a table as a lovely centerpiece.

Pretty Boxes

Origami Box

 

Origami boxes are a fun way to keep wedding giveaways – potpourri flowers, chocolate hearts, candies, fancy looking soap bars, little pretzel sticks, healthy nuts. And what’s more awesome about an origami box is it’s easy to fold. And fun too! Even for the first time paper folder, the box is a cinch to do.

Personal Photo Frames

Origami Frames

 

Origami photo frames are a great way to spruce up your wedding venue. And they can also double as wedding favors. Look for many other wonderful origami picture frame designs. Pick out the best and the easy ones. You can highlight you and your partner’s baby pictures, and all your pictures at different stages and milestones of your lives. You can display your photos as table centerpieces – they will make excellent conversation pieces for your guests.

Fancy Wedding Invitations

Origami Invitation

 

 

You can personalize your wedding invitations by adding origami items on your invitation. Check out many options – from butterflies to flowers to cranes and even to a bride and groom origami. You can put paper hearts in different colors too.

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Kusudama

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Paper Cranes

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Intro Photo

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Origami Box

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Origami Frames

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Origami Invitation

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