Tea dye your wedding…

Like so many others, I absolutely adore vintage! In weddings, home decor, fashion, or anything else. One great way to give your wedding a vintage feel is to incorporate tea dyeing (also known as tea staining) into an element, or two, or three, or four…you get my point:) The opportunities are endless! It gives a beautiful, aged look to fabric or paper that lends itself perfectly to a vintage theme. You can tea dye your dress, your veil, the paper goods, your accessories like a shrug or a flower for your hair. You can use tea dyeing in your decor through the use of ribbons, fabric flowers, lace table runners, or anything else you want! It does work best on natural fibers, so keep that in mind, but from there, your imagination can really go wild!

Here are some examples of how you can use tea dyeing in your wedding:

Gorgeous tea dyed dresses….

{Photos by Jenny Jiminez, dress by Mary Adams}

{Photo by Nelwin Uy via Ruffled, dress by Larry D. Espinosa}

{Photos and dress by Elizabeth Dye}

A whimsical tulle tea dyed shrug…

{Photo and shrug by Bonzie}

Tea dyed ribbons used to decorate a wedding reception…

{Photo by Jose Villa via Design*Sponge}

Or tea dyeing elements of your paper goods…

{Photo by Jessica Claire, invitation by Kari Dyas}

{Photo and tags by moxy}

Is anybody using tea dyeing in their wedding? I’d love to hear how you’re incorporating it!