(Closed) New trends in wedding decor

posted 6 years ago in Themes
Post # 32
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580 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2014

I love weddings with fun and unique themes – Circus, Halloween, Christmas, Fave Movie ect… Or when the theme is significant to the couple you can see their memories within the decoration. They put thought into the theme and didnt stay inside the ‘box’ when deciding on the decorations.

Every theme can have a unique spin put on it, you just have to get your brain working, look and differant ideas and find what catches your eye. And dont be affraid to be bold and dramatic.

Post # 33
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865 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

@sharontobemarried:  I’m a bridal consultant and seriously more than 80% of my brides throw some combination of the following words at me to describe their wedding: “vintage”, “rustic”, “country”, “barn”, “shabby chic”, and “diy”. I’ve even heard them use phrases like “you know, mason jars and burlap…” when I ask if they have a theme. Soooo… I don’t think that look is going away completely anytime soon! That being said, I am seeing more brides doing quirky colorful, eclectic weddings with kind of artistic or nerdy touches (comic books, pop art) and what they call “Gatsby” (which seems to be more based off the look of the movie than the 1920’s). I wouldn’t be surprised to see a kind of bohemian-eclectic look emerge as well; a kind of dressed up DIY. 

Post # 34
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1004 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: February 2014

@skippydarling:  Wow! Love your venue. Plus I have to tell you that I love your vampire bride photo and your witty remarks!

Post # 35
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2679 posts
Sugar bee

@sharontobemarried:  I’m doing lace wrapped vases with a ribbon wrapped around and a candle in it set on top of a mirror with rose petals around it for a centerpiece…..purple dresses, gray suits, white green and purpleish flowers (calla lilies for sure and either roses or hydrangeas I think)…..and a couple signs but only like a “Thank You” MAYBE, a jar of peppermint patties on the guestbook table with “Mint to be” for sure, possibly an arrow “Ceremony” sign if the weather ends up being nice and the ceremony can be outside since it will be the end of October next year (not necessarily chalkboard though, and that’s about it. I was going to do mason jar and burlap but I didn’t want to go with what the trend is and I don’t want to over-do it with signs so just simple stuff.

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