Styleboard: Textural

Words by Kristy Kyi
March 1, 2016

This month’ s styleboard is all about natural materials with a strong textural element – fibres, fabrics, foliage and florals that make you want to reach out and touch them.  These materials are luxurious in an earthy, organic way and can work all year round – soft, raw linen or silk in spring and summer, macramé or velvet for autumn and wool or fur for winter.  Your guests won’t be able to keep their hands off!

watercolour escort cards
These watercolour escort cards from Michaela McBride Calligraphy are the perfect blend of texture and sophistication.
macrame wall hanging
We're loving the bohemian vibe of this macramé wall hanging from The Reedsmith.
textural wild grass bouquet by Ungauey
This textural wild grass bouquet by Ungauey is a beautiful example of the use of unusual florals and foliage.
Laure de Sagazan two piece lace wedding dress
Two piece wedding dresses are right on trend and we just adore this lace number from French designer Laure de Sagazan.
pampas grass wedding backdrop
This pampas grass wedding backdrop captured by Gui Gorge is such a simple and unique way to add some wow factor to your ceremony.
bridal veil
Make a statement in a textural bridal veil that is anything but traditional. Delicate headpiece by Bride la Boheme, image by Katie Grant Photography.
hanging macrame wedding decorations
These hanging macramé decorations are a great way to add interest to a minimalist set up. (Photographed by Love Is A Big Deal via Green Wedding Shoes.)
macrame hanging plants
If florals and colour are more your style, how about these macramé plant hangers? (Styled by Divine Events and photographed by Lara Hotz.)
linen menu
This is one piece of stationery that would definitely not be going in the bin! Impress your guests with these oh-so-pretty linen menus by Michaela McBride Calligraphy.
macrame wedding - bride and groom chairs
These bride and groom chair decorations by The Reedsmith are the perfect way to mark your place.
cotton candy cocktail
Cotton candy with your cocktail?? Yes please! A clever way to bring texture to your tipple, styled by Paper Diamonds and captured by Katie Grant Photography.

Credits

Images: Various as captioned |


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Katrina Cram 2 years ago

I’m loving the natural boho feel of this styleboard.

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