20 Ways to Rock Your Wedding Using Geodes, Crystals, and Stones
Stop reserving rocks and gems for your ring finger and start incorporating them into your décor. Jewels and the like are absolutely gorgeous, so why not sprinkle them throughout your special day? The wedding world has a thing for organic accents, and the love affair goes beyond flowers and greenery. Crystals and stones make beautiful decorations, and blend right in with other natural add-ins. Saturated jewel and gem tones contribute to show-stopping colorscapes, as do metallics and earthy neutrals. Plus, rocks and stones are totally versatile—use them as favors, centerpieces, and more.
From incuding dazzling half geodes and vibrant agate slices to decorating with rustic rocks and majestic slabs of marble, the possibilities are endless and entirely up to you. Ready to see all that minerals and gems have to offer? These examples from real weddings will have you awestruck. Who knew geology could be so cool and romantic?
Pyrite Paper Weights
Ooh la la, just look at that tablescape. This glitzy pyrite paired perfectly with pastels and rose gold.
Quartz Seating Cards
These raw quartz tokens served double duty: They weighed down the seating stationery and tied into the wedding's décor.
Shoot your invitations on an eye-catching background—this Storkie Express suite sat pretty on colorful stone slabs.
This beautiful mealtime stationery was inspired by a geode—the gorgeous blue design was truly one-of-a-kind.
Stone Table Numbers
Locally-foraged stones were adorned with gold foil digits at this wedding.
Crystal Bridesmaid Gifts
Amethyst Escort Cards
Natural quartz and hand-painted rocks supported the four corners of this wedding's ceremony structure.
Rock candy may just be the tastiest way to crystallize your wedding. These chic black cherry treats were a part of this celebration's place settings.
Swap vow stationery for something unexpected—this groom had his hand-written on a dreamy slice of agate.
Marble Seating Cards
This large rock showcased the couple's initials and sat in the center of the wedding reception's head table.
Sure, your bling is already photogenic, but why not up the ante? This bride prepped her rings for the camera by setting them on crystals.
Rock Escort Cards
These rocks—from a local lake—were transformed into seating cards with the flick of a white gel pen.
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