Real weddings, wedding inspiration and style, gorgeous ideas,

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Moroccan Inspired Wedding Decorations

This morning I fell upon a fabulous blog called Bridal Musings which you must head over to take a look at, gorgeous weddings and inspirations.

Being established in the South of Spain many of our weddings have a slight element of Moroccan styling and we love the ideas on here using my favorite Moroccan colour combos.


For more information on these inspiration boards head over to Bridal Musings, I guarantee you will be there for a while!

7 comments:

Lissa (The Wedding Bistro at Bellenza) said...

Thanks for sharing this link, Laura! As you know, we love Moroccan decor. We know you're in the midst of a super-busy wedding season...cheers!

Dave Wong(Decoshop in Hong Kong) said...

I've been looking for Moroccan wedding info and hardly get any brief idea! Its fantastic to see such arrangement and photos, that is pretty elegant!

Stephanie Elizabeth {Fab You Bliss} said...

A Moroccan themed wedding sounds fun! I'll definitely keep that in mind for any clients looking for ideas.

Wedding Lighting Service Los Angeles said...

Thanks for sharing this great content, I really enjoyed the insign you bring to the topic, awesome stuff!

Professiona Event Lighting Services Hollywood said...

Excellent share, this is extremely useful and informative in my opinion

The Wedding Decorator said...

Thank you all for your lovely comments, Moroccan styling is certainly popular and of course fits in well with any party theme here in Southern Spain, due to the Moorish influences we have here. So we are always looking for inspirations with this styling :)

Babsi Loves Pouffes said...

Hi,

Just tweeted about this post. Loving the picture ideas for a Moroccan inspired wedding. It seems like your thinking and creativity is like ours! We run a little shop from our home selling colourful moroccan pouffes.

We just got back from a wedding at a venue called Crazy Bear in Oxford, UK which had a whole Moroccan Style room with lots of the octagonal tables and pouffes and shishas. Was heaven and looked so stylish. Shame the weather didn't match up to the tropical style!