How adorable are these paper rose boutonnieres?! We've already gushed over those seriously stunning paper bouquets and think these guys would match perfectly. They also make for thoughtful keepsakes long after the wedding is over.
Wedding Cake Duet
This note-filled cake would look completely harmonious in your musically-inclined wedding. There are lots of options for music-themed cake toppers on the market today, so whether you and your honey are singers, guitarists, drummers or any combination of the above, you can totally rock a rock star cake topper.
Sheet Paper Roses
We're obsessed with these sheet paper roses as wedding details for a music-inspired event! They're so well done, they look completely real on their own but are made even more legit being surrounded by those gorgeous baby blue stunners for the pretteist wedding bouquet. It's a whimsical, fun option while still staying classic and traditional.
If you're looking to blow away your guests with some seriously stunning music wedding details before they even set foot at the ceremony, these vintage vinyl record invites. The designer keeps the original label on one side and puts all your info on the other for a truly customized musical experience.
Musical Guest Book
Walk away from your wedding with a guest book you'll actually display in your newlywed love nest! Your guests can thumbprint and sign this oversized piece of sheet music for you to frame and display — instant art!
So often, men's accessories get overlooked as ways to incorporate your theme into your wedding details; this musical bow tie is a fun, playful way to add a hint of harmony to any suited up look.
You love each other, you love music — why not show the love at your wedding with these super cute heart garlands made from sheet music? String them behind the dessert table or near the guest book for an added dose of musical detail at the reception.
Music for the Meal
Sure, no one is going to notice if you don't have napkin rings at your dinner place settings but we can bet guests will be totally tickled to see these thoughtfully done musical note napkin rings. The kraft paper gives them a rustic feel so they'd be a great way to elevate the tablescape at your barn wedding.
A Little Luck
If you want to combine your love of music with a whole lot of luck, try making 1,000 paper cranes out of sheet music for your wedding ceremony. It's a Japanese tradition that is meant to bring good luck to the makers; not only would they make a gorgeous centerpiece for your vow backdrop but making them with your bride or groom is a great way to spend some quality pre-wedding time together.
We're digging the minimal fuss, major impact look of this record cake stand. If cupcakes are your preferred method of cake-to-mouth delivery system at your wedding, scattering a few of these around your dessert table with stacks of cupcakes on them would look uber-cool!