The Wedding Umbrella

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Winter is slowly approaching and any bride knows it is essential to be prepared for any weather with an umbrella. A wedding umbrella or parasol is not typically considered versatile however it has been used in many different settings during weddings; acting as rain protection, sun protection and as a decoration, just to name a few.

Unsurprisingly it is now becoming an increasingly popular photo prop in all-round seasonal weddings. Here are some examples:

1. For rainy days.

Image by Vesic Photography via Peony Events

2. For sunny days.

Image by Clare Day Photographic Design via Surviving Summer Weddings – A Guide To Beating The Heat

3. For decoration.

Image by Ashley Bee Photography via 100 Layer Cake

4. For message photos.

Image by Mulberry Lane Studios via Bridal Guide

5. In the setting of a romantic kiss.

Image by Michele M. Waite via Green Wedding Shoes

6. A bridesmaid’s accessory.

Image by Mike Larson Inc via Weddings By Lilly

Love the idea of a parasol for your wedding? There are lots of places you can source them including Etsy and they can also be found at Stylish Weddings.

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Ms Gingham says: A real favourite amongst brides as they create such a gorgeous visual impact and they’re practical to boot. Nice inspiration!

About Stylish Weddings Melbourne: We find inspiration all around us: beautiful wedding shoes, a flowing wedding gown, a beautiful reception room…to us they represent what a stylish wedding should be about. Our wedding items will make your wedding day stand out from the rest, whilst adding a unique and personal touch to every part of this special day.

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    April 18, 2014 at 10:00 am

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