Pattern, color and texture is the holy trinity of wedding details in our book, so it’s no surprise we’re captivated by chinoiserie wedding decor every single time. There’s just something about French and Asian motifs across surfaces that gets our hearts going, and there are so. many. possibilities. The masters will prove it to you below! From statement urns to cloth signage to the wedding dress itself, you’ll find a whole lot to love about the blue and white wedding decor below!
OBVIOUSLY, we had to start off with this handpainted stunner of a bridal gown with watercolor toile botanics. Fading blues and repeating botanics make this dramatic custom wedding dress a total head turner – one that we’d probably have to wear again and again and again.
And how adorable is this backdrop of miniature chinoiserie vases with single stem flowers? We l-o-v-e this idea for an escort card display complete with punny signage.
I love lamp. Yeah, us too, Brick! (I sincerely hope you’re all in the mood to watch Ron Burgundy and the rest of the Anchorman crew now). We especially love these vessels of light when they cast an oriental illustration as well!
And these stacks on stacks of blue and white china? Complete with a runner of hand-painted pumpkins? Who said fall weddings had to be earth toned?! We are majorly digging this vibe.
Photo and invites by Written Word Calligraphy
Told ya cloth signage was a winner! New couple monograms and custom wedding crests offer so much room for chinoiserie details that can be printed on napkins, pillows and signage as pictured here.
All hail the Amalfi Coast lemon trees made even more darling by oversized chinoiserie urns placed decadently along the ceremony aisle in this wedding planned by Ruffled member, Brenda Babcock Celebrations .
Photo + artwork by Katelyn Crook Design
Um, heck yes to these handpainted oyster shells with mixed motifs! Personalize them as escort cards or scatter them across your tables. We’re a super fan of this detail.
And that’s a wrap! We can’t get enough of the blue and whites, so if you’ve used chinoiserie or toile wedding details in different ways or have pictures to share from your own wedding, we’d love to hear in the comments how you made it your own! Once you recover from the natural high after glimpsing these gorgeous inspiration images, discover your new affinity for unique mixed sapphire engagement rings here.