Want a wedding that will have your guests plaid with envy? Read on, brought to you by Layla of, Simply Savannah Events.
I’m excited to bring on Layla of, Simply Savannah Events as today’s guest blogger. While I love all things design and aesthetics, I realize I’m not a stylist. However, Layla has that strongly in her favor.
- Plaid (pattern) is also used as a synonym for tartan or, in the USA, any checked cloth pattern.
- Gingham is a medium-weight balanced plain-woven fabric made from dyed cotton or cotton-blend yarn. The name originates from an adjective in the Malay language, ging-gang, meaning striped.
- A check is a pattern consisting of crossed horizontal and vertical bands in two or more colors in woven cloth.
- Tartan is a pattern consisting of criss-crossed horizontal and vertical bands in multiple colours.
- Pin stripes are a pattern of very thin stripes running in parallel found in cloth.
Choosing your style invitations is a very important decision since it sets the stage for your wedding. If you going for a formal event consider this nice plaid design. Or if you are planning a whimsical informal event check out this wonderful companyTear Drop Weddings.
How should you style the men?
For more colorful variations of this theme, see Layla’s original post.
Did you do a super fun theme? What was it? How did you come up with it? Share and post a comment.