Are you considering Peacock theme wedding décor?
The peacock feather offers an array of bold colors to choose from. You will absolutely be able to enjoy a beautiful and fun wedding day using the majestic Peacock feather as your inspiration. You will often find a lot of teal used with the Peacock theme. My daughter, Tiffany wanted to get away from the teal and pull out other colors from the Peacock feather. The colors selected by the Bride were deep purple and olive green. She used splashes of color and touches of the Peacock feather throughout the entire event space to tie it all together.
These are some of the Peacock inspired decorations my daughter created for her Winter wedding at the Hay House in Macon, Ga. You can view more of her wedding pictures and learn more about her Antebellum wedding here.
Because the Payton-Todd wedding was held in an Antebellum home, no flames were allowed. No problem, we used flameless candles instead which worked out beautifully. We found the black lanterns at Target during the summer in two sizes. We purchased both the large and small versions to use as centerpieces. Each lantern had a small amount of the green ‘grass’ placed around the candle. Tiffany purchased a large quantity of peacock feathers online which were used to decorate throughout the entire event. We carefully placed a large peacock feather on the front of each flameless candle inside of the lantern. All of the flameless candles were purchased using coupons at Michael’s!
The “I Spy” Game card is nestled into a little slit in a wine cork which is simply decorated with a purple rattan bow.
Peacock feathers used to create a pop of color nestled amongst the white hydrangeas on the buffet table. Because this was a winter wedding, the white hydrangeas were perfect and what would a southern wedding be without hydrangeas?
All of the boutonniere’s were beautifully crated by a florist incorporating the peacock feather as the focal point.
The place cards were hand crafted and hand written for a very personal touch to welcome out guests.
The programs were created for the couple by the Bride’s step-Dad. He did a fabulous job incorporating their Peacock Theme onto the cover!
The cake is three square layers offset, embellished with silk flowers using the Brides wedding colors. A single hydrangea sits atop the cake with a tall peacock feather serving as the topper.
Originally, the Bride began to make the Brooch bouquet herself. She collected brooches from friends and family and purchased a few. As the project began to unfold and take shape, she begin to realize that she preferred to use only the silver toned brooches for a more cohesive design. She also realized that because wedding planning, tasks and duties can become overwhelming this gorgeous Brooch Bouquet was completed by the florist!
The chair covers and ties were crème and olive green. We opted not to place a peacock feather into each bow (it was debated) because we felt that would really just be too much. It turned out more elegant without them.
The Bride purchased a peacock stamp online which was used to create the holders for the sparklers and matches. The Bride created these art kits for the children at the wedding. She brought in the purple with the ribbon, the olive with the ink color and used crème colored art paper.The flower girl and the Bride wore matching deep purple belts. My beautiful little granddaughter nervously dropped the lavender silk petals onto the antique wood floor.
These are some of the ways you can incorporate the colors of peacock theme wedding décor. The goal was to have the color without it being overwhelming.
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It turned out beautiful! There are more pictures from this wedding on our Facebook page for you to view here.
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