Floral All The Way
When it comes to any celebrity wedding, you might instantly visualize a floral backdrop that is designed as a photo-op spot. However, the current trend is moving towards more elegant floral styles that use textures and incorporating little details about the couple as well as the family. The wedding decor can be layered with fringes, ruffled, or self-textured fabrics. Pampas grass has become a large part of aisle décor, lounges, and tablescapes. The key is to keep the floral look restrained and you should not overdo it.
Keep it Green
Sustainable and environment-friendly weddings have become an increasing trend. There is a fact that high carbon footprint and humongous wastage are caused due to wedding decorations; therefore, there is an immediate need to adopt more ecological wedding decor ideas such as installing solar lighting units at the venue, using locally sourced florals, or using recycled seed paper for wedding cards.
If you want a beach wedding, a tropical wedding decor will be perfect for you. There are a few ideas to create a tropical treat for your wedding by using a mishmash of color and rustic elements. For a beach wedding, you can use elements such as fun stalls, wooden boxes, and bohemian style beds instead of the traditional dining tables.
Nowadays, people are opting to keep their wedding more personal and customized. Retro is in these days when one might see that more typewriters are being used for wedding decor rather than typing. Another idea is to put the wedding cake or flowers on an antique sewing machine table while cocktails might be served in pickle jars or mason jars. Additional, a vintage theme might also include beaten metal vases and mirrors with Victorian frames.