As you know, Iron Accents is celebrating weddings all spring and summer long. And as promised, we have some great budget-friendly ideas that are sure to save your wallet and impress your guests.
We found this wonderful tutorial on the Ruffled wedding blog and knew it was perfect for our 1920s Art Deco wedding theme of the month. The 1920s was a decade marked by luxury and excess, and it’s no wonder brides are all over this theme. What better day to drip yourself in jewels and dance all night than your wedding day?
The 1920s may symbolize an era of excess and extravagance, but you don’t need a lavish budget to host a beautiful 1920s inspired wedding. There are several ways to save money and still wow your guests and this vintage tin ceiling seating chart project is just one!
Not getting married? Use this DIY tutorial and create your very own magnet board.
What You’ll Need:
Tin Ceiling Tiles (You can find plenty on IronAccents.com)
Mini Magnet Disks
Filigree Findings (can be found online here)
Be sure to check out our expansive collection of pressed tin. We have a variety of different styles, all with a unique vintage feel. For your glamorous art deco wedding consider our Deco 24×24 Tin Plaque that is reminiscent of the breathtaking architecture that can still be seen today on a stroll down Wilshire Boulevard. The Verona Tin Mirror or the Colonial 24×24 Tin Plaque are both visually stunning and are perfect for a 1920s inspired wedding.