We talked about bride and groom sweetheart table decorations last time and today we’ll go with the bride and groom chair decorations. No matter what your wedding style or budget, there are endless options for decorating yours and your groom’s reception chairs. Are you a vintage-loving couple with an eye for whimsy touches? Then consider two mismatched floral-upholstered chairs with simple painted wood signs. They’ll stand out among more traditional rentals and speak to your unique style. If you prefer a more modern look, opt for clear acrylic chairs with gold laser-cut signs. It’s a contemporary choice that will look chic in a more industrial space. Check out these amazing wedding chair decoration ideas and get inspired!
To add an extra detail into your decor you can turn the rather drab card box into something fabulous. It’s a great way to put your DIY skills to use and to brighten up a welcoming table. Here are 20 ideas for you to get creative with your card boxes.
For those who prefer to have their favorite rustic wedding outside, a barn wedding could be the perfect solution. Barn wedding theme is becoming more and more popular as it not only saves so much of cost but also makes it look unique and interesting. Check out these beautiful rustic barn wedding ideas bellow to help yourself to make a memorable wedding day.
In addition to making some great wedding decor, signs are a great way to not only direct guests to where they need to go and what they need to do, but they are a fun way to lighten the mood from the start of the wedding! So today, we’re showcasing some of our favorite wedding day signs — from vintage to rustic to elegant and everything in between, I am sure there is a sign in here that you’re going to want to order for your wedding day!
So you want to get married in a yurt? Or is that a tipi? Perhaps you picture your dream elegant affair in a marquee? Or maybe it’s a sailcloth tent? Yep, when it comes to housing your guests on a wedding day, not all tents are created equal. You’d be forgiven for thinking a tented reception, is simply a tent and, in fact, we thought there were many kinds of tents, tops, when we started putting together the post. Here’re some trending tented reception ideas for your reference.
Whether it’s an open bar, a water station, or a fresh juice bar, drink stations are one of the most crucial and anticipated features of a wedding. These 20 weddings channeled their creativity with drink station set ups that range from the DIY to the rustic and unexpected!
When adorable wedding dessert table ideas come around, there’s no way we can’t share the gorgeous goodness with you! From heavenly macrons to the most divine wedding cakes, these wedding dessert table ideas have us feeling tempted in the sweetest way possible. Get inspired by scrolling through these country rustic treats and their undeniable charm!
Planning a country/rustic wedding? We are here to help you with some nice rustic wedding decor ideas! Let’s see how to use wood, rustic materials, bouquets, mason jars, signs, even boots to organize a perfect ceremony decor.
Arches: Fab Mood | Instagram | Wedding Wire
Aisles: ETSY | My Wedding | Hi Miss Puff | Tulle and Chantilly
Centerpieces: Fab Mood | God Father Style | Wedding Chicks | Deer Pearl Flowers | Wedding Forward
Food Bar: Mod Wedding | Wedd Book | Borrowed & Blued
Reception: Simple Wedding Plans | Wedding Party App | Washingtonian | Fab Mood
Signs: Rustic Wedding Chic | The Overwhelmed Bride | ETSY | Style Me Pretty | Hi Miss Puff | Wedding Wire
No matter where your wedding will be — outdoors or indoors — this decoration idea will look nice everywhere and your guests will like it. If you want to add vintage chic to your big day, take old ladders or make them older artificially. You can use a ladder as a backdrop for your photo shoot, as an element of the food bar or even make an arch from it! Add more flowers, fruits, candies, ribbons, garlands or balloons to create a magical and romantic atmosphere. So now look at photos below and once again get convinced that you need this adorable and simple décor detail!
Anna Clarke via Rock My Wedding | Kerry Ann Duffy via Whimsical Wonderland Weddings | Scuffins Photography via Whimsical Wonderland Weddings | Wedgewood Banquet
Jill Tiongco Photography via Rustic Wedding Chic | Brides Up North | Mango Studios via I Take You | Frances Sales Photography via Rock My Wedding
Food & Drink Stand
Daphne Mae via Style Me Pretty | Boho Weddings
Wedding Arches & Backdrops
Merry Brides | Architecture Art Designs | Borrowed & Blue
Table Setting Plan
Merry Brides | Kat Hill via Whimsical Wonderland Weddings
Backyard weddings are super cozy and won’t break your budget. Such nuptials are usually styled in rustic and maybe vintage theme. Take all the best from the surroundings including nature, your garden if there’s any, your home and backyard. In case the weather is bad, you can always come inside. Pick seasonal flavors and food, serve it on some wooden slices and add chic rustic touches here and there to create a homey ambience. Check out this post for more inspiration to have a perfect backyard wedding.