A Decorated Wedding – Bells

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Jingle bells, jingle bells! It’s a family favourite and there’s something a little whimsical about bells twinkling! They’re also a symbol of weddings – bells ring out as an announcement of a brand new union.

Bells

Create wreaths from bells and hang over doorways and on door knobs

Martha Stewart

Instead of carrying a ring pillow or flowers, have the younger members of your bridal party carry bells and ring them as they proceed up the aisle

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Find beautiful bells and place them in gorgeous packaging for a special wedding favor

Bells from Pink Frosting

  • Instead of confetti, give each guest bells tied onto string, cord or ribbon to ring as you walk back down the aisle as a married couple.
  • If you are marrying in a church, check to see if they are able to play the church bells as you are pronounced husband and wife.
  • On a ribbon, wrap a bell around each napkin
  • If you love this tradition, place a bell at each table for guests to ring for a newlywed kiss
  • Pin a little bell to your ring pillow and bouquet wrap
  • Decorate the end of each pew with a bell
  • Give bell shaped cookies as favours
  • Use Christmas bell flowers in your bouquet
  • Use the colours of bells as your wedding colour scheme- metallics of silver and gold
  • Give bracelets or necklaces with bells on them as gifts to your attendants.
  • Go vintage and place sugar wedding bells on top of your wedding cake

COMMENTS
  • Madelyn @ Southern Weddings says:
    December 21, 2008 at 7:44 am

    I am in love with the concept of mini bell wreaths on doorknobs. This is such a fantastic idea. This would also be perfect during the holiday season! Wonderful post and very inspiring!

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  • Your Bridal Flowers says:
    January 13, 2009 at 2:10 am

    It’s a family favourite and there’s something a little whimsical about bells twinkling! They’re also a symbol of weddings- bells ring out as an announcement of a brand new union.

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