Seahorses have to be our favorite sea creatures. Possibly because of their equine shape, but mostly because they are monogamous and mate for life. Making them the ideal mascot for your wedding. In honor of of our love for seahorses, we are super excited to introduce you to our new Royal Seahorse Monogram. Completely customized with your names and wedding colors to make it distinctively unique just like the two of you. Do not fret we still have our tried and true seahorse monogram as well, but our new one is a bit more regal. Click here to customize your seahorse monogram, and scroll down for a few beach wedding ideas and gowns that we can see fit at any gorgeous beach wedding.
Of course you can use your custom monogram on your your wedding invites, and response cards, but there are a ton of free things you can make with your your Free Seahorse Monogram like ....
1. Order favor bags like the ones below from Wrap and Reveal. Place your monogram on circle labels and print out. Fill with homemade treats. Or have them at your dessert table.
2. Put your custom monogram on note cards, and use them as personalized stationery. Perfect for thank you cards.
3. Put your monogram on a poster and make your seating chart.
Seashells as escort cards? The answer is yes please. After a day spent collect seashells on the beach, take a black thin sharpie and write all of your guests names on half of the shells. The abologne shells are photographed by Cuppa Photography and the seashells with gold calligraphy are done by Danica Butler of BP invites.
The above bouquet is hands down the dreamiest beach bouquet we have ever seen. Photographed by Brooke Adamas Photography via The Lane who is also responsible for the dressed up wedding ankles below as well.
Now that you have your wedding stationery planned out for your perfect ocean inspired wedding, we wanted to show you a few jaw-dropping gowns. All featured in Martha Stewart weddings and captured at our favorite beach wedding location - Hawaii.
Above is a Monique Lhuillier Valentina Dress and captured at Turtle Bay Resort. Below is a cami and ball skirt by jcrew.com.
The above gown is in a field of wildflowers outside of Molkuleia. Ideal for this illusion-backed dress covered in floral guipure lace. Designed by one of our favorites Claire Pettibone. Our last dress is a an ethereal gown by Mira Zwillinger. To see more ideal beach wedding gowns be sure to download Martha Stewart weddings on your iPad. So worth it.
Are you ready to plan your beachy or destination wedding? Start right here by customizing your seahorse monogram and pack your bags for the sea! Oh and before you leave you'll probably want to check out some insanely beautiful Hawaiian destination wedding venues here.