Wedding Trend: All Things Agate

One wedding trend that I am a HUGE fan of right now (and don't think I'll ever stop being a fan of tbh...) are agate slices! These gorgeous rocks will instantly add elegance, uniqueness, and serious show stopping place settings at your wedding reception!

For Ariel & John's Dallas Arboretum wedding, the bride had flat agate slices that she wanted to have lettered with all of her guests names to be used as place cards. First off...no complaints over here. I LOVE lettering on agate slices - they are so smooth and the ink glides right on, and especially when it is gold ink...too much pretty. Second, how fun is it that they are kind of like a built in wedding favor for your guests, too! Each of them gets to take home this pretty stone personalized just for them. I'm a fan! Ariel also provided large slices of agate that were used as simple table numbers. The combo of these beautiful floral arrangements, the agate slice, and touches of succulents were the perfect setting for this gorgeous Dallas summer wedding. Take a peek at the images below to get some inspiration on how to use agate slices the right way!

Large agate slices are a modern and beautiful way to display table numbers at your wedding reception. 
Agate slices make beautiful and unique place cards at your wedding reception. Each guest can take it home, and it has their names lettered beautifully on it! 
A great way to dress up your invitation suite is a Custom Styled Envelope set from Goldie Design Co! These invitations are by Minted, but how amazing is it paired with our styled envelope set?!

A great way to dress up your invitation suite is a Custom Styled Envelope set from Goldie Design Co! These invitations are by Minted, but how amazing is it paired with our styled envelope set?!

Blue agate slice place cards paired with gorgeous detailed gold charger plates. 

Calligraphy + Lettering: Goldie Design Co
Styling + Coordination: Chic Fleur Weddings & Events
Photography: Shay & Olive
Florals: Everly Alaine
Venue: Dallas Arboretum