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Peacock Wedding Theme

Sometimes, I can’t wait on professional photography shots.  I get too excited!  This past weekend, we had two weddings, both with different themes and at some pretty amazing venues.  There will be lots more details to share when the photos come back, but here is a sneak peek of our peacock themed wedding at a brand new, Tennessee venue, Chateau Selah:


Since the royal wedding, we have been fascinated with fascinators.  I decided to make some to use as aisle markers.  They caught the light, and I thought they turned out so pretty.  What do you think?


I used green Dendrobium orchids, Cymbidium Orchids, Mini-Cymbidium  orchids, and peacock feathers to decorate the wedding arch.  I loved the colors!

The view at this venue is spectacular!

Looking back at the Chateau. It’s incredibly beautiful and well-appointed inside.  I will be featuring it in an upcoming series next week on interesting stories and history on wedding venues.

One last peek, and it is of the bride’s shoes:

Here’s a laugh for you.   I tend to get a little “wrapped up” in my work.  While wrapping a bouquet with ribbon this weekend, I taped my glove into the bouquet and couldn’t get it lose.  MORON!!

Are you planning a theme wedding, or did you have one?  Tell me about it.

Happy Planning!

Pam Archer

Comments on: "Peacock Wedding Theme" (4)

  1. cassandra said:

    I need those shoes where can I get them!

    • Cassandra,
      I have no idea where to get them, but you might do a Google search from the brand name, which is inside the shoe. Thanks for stopping by.

  2. Shari Saxon said:

    What length peacock feathers did you use and what did you secure it to the chair with?

    • Shari, The feathers are 12″ long. I made a fascinator type decoration from the feathers and sequined trim. I attached them to the chairs with the tulle ribbon.

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