(Closed) Spinoff! What Wedding Decor is Timeless?

posted 4 years ago in Decor
Post # 2
46672 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

Fresh flowers, gleaming silverware, sparkling crystal, flickering candles, crisp white linens.

Post # 3
5226 posts
Bee Keeper

Candles, roses, and the color white will always be timeless I think. 

Post # 4
1251 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

White linens and flowers such as roses in neutral/light shades (some florals do date and then return like carnations/baby’s breathe recently have!).

Post # 5
2511 posts
Sugar bee

Like other said, candles and flowers. Tulle, nice glassware…

Post # 6
773 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2014 - Gold Hill Gardens

Smiles and happy people 🙂

Post # 8
8695 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2013

I don’t think any part of attire or accessories will be timeless. Even the classic ballgown has changed over the years. 

I agree with some of the things that PPs listed though. 

To add:

a cake (although I see many brides using cupcakes but I think that’s more of a trend)

Post # 9
1507 posts
Bumble bee

Nothing. I think everything changes and will come and go over the years.

Post # 10
773 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2014 - Gold Hill Gardens

ClassicCorvette:  thank you – the truth is that I think everything will look dated eventually. Who knows where things will go in the future! It is incredibly easy to pin any wedding to its decade, and so whatever we think is timeless now will eventually be the 20-teens – but that isn’t a bad thing, at least in my eyes. So, I hope, the things that continue throughout the ages will be joy, love, and happiness, however they are manifested in weddings 🙂

Post # 11
1935 posts
Buzzing bee

Low floral centerpeices, rose petals, candles, white linens, classic A line cut dresses with lace, long veils, classical music, tux’s with black or white ties, floral bouquets.

Post # 12
1669 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

stargurl101:  I agree with all of these. Obviously small details of any wedding will date it, but if timeless is what you are aiming for, that’s the way to go about it.

Post # 13
242 posts
Helper bee

Flowers in general, candles, groom in tux, bride in white, I think these things will always be timeless. Everything else will change I think but that’s ok. I look at other wedding photos from over the years and they all represent the time period they were married in, and more importantly I think that’s ok. I think we are the first generation to be so concerned with our weddings looking timeless and finding all the perfect details. Just choose what makes you happy, what looks good on you, and it will be beautiful and timeless for you!

Post # 14
1213 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

For decor, I think neutral fresh flowers in simple glass vases, simple votive or tealight candles and crisp white linens are the most timeless. Favors in basic boxes or satchets. 

For attire, I tend to picture lace wedding dresses, black tuxes, long bridesmaid dresses in non-bright colors with some sort of strap or halter (mine were short, teal and strapless – I personally don’t see that being a timeless style hehe).

For ceremony “decor,” I think of any ceremony site with nature or religion involved in the backdrop as being timeless (winery grape vines, forest trees, beach front, church). Things like high-rise ceremonies (like in a restaurants with a view, for example) don’t strike me as being the same for whatever reason. A simpler flower arrangement either in the background or on either side of the couple tend to feel timeless to me.

Those are the things I could think of off the top of my head! That being said, I say do what you want – timeless or not – otherwise you may regret it and you’ll have those memories (and photos!) with you forever to remind you of the fact : ) 

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