The bride at this dinosaur wedding wore amazing gold glitter T-Rex heels that made her feel like an ancient force of nature along with her gigantic King Protea bouquet, crown of succulents, and golden claw. The cake was topped by two gold T-Rexes in a field of succulents and pin cushion proteas. That doesn’t even cover the Cumbia jams, handmade paper flowers, and amazing-looking hurros and cajeta. Don’t miss what happened when a piece of art broke at the reception art gallery space!
If you’ll be rocking a rustic cake, a succulent-themed cake, or pretty much any kind of cake that needs something awesome on top, these mini cactus cake toppers are ADORABLE. They’re just hand-crafted cactus figurines from Etsy seller Honey Thistle, but as a set, they create a sweet little desert scene.
We know ya’ll LOVED this succulent headpiece we featured a while back and I just recently found this masterpiece on Etsy. Why just have succulents when they can be paired with fabulous preserved roses, too?
Are you into succulents and want them to last forever and ever and ever? I’ve got a DIY project for super easy felt succulents to make into a bouquet, as your centerpiece, and even as a headpiece! Once these felt succulents are made, you can attach them to almost anything for a super fun and rustic vibe. Shall we learn how to make them? Let’s go.
Amy and Rachel’s 20-year anniversary wedding was spectacular enough on its own, but one standout was the gorgeous succulent wedding headpiece. We love us some succulents in all forms, but when added to a hairstyle? Fabulous. Let’s take a peek at the purty succulent details.
Joanna and Ben’s Latin American fiesta wedding had tap dancing, cacti, tequila carts, and opera singing. The favors stood out for us since they’re just so.damned.adorable. They’re cactus can favors! Mini cacti in saved up Latin American food cans = colorful, super easy decor and favors. And you get to eat a ton of beans and other yummies in the process.