Wedding Ideas and Decorations

For many couples, planning the theme and decorations can be one of the most exciting parts of planning their big day, while other couples find this part the most confusing. All couples can benefit by following a few simple tips to plan the perfectly decorated and themed wedding. A wedding ceremony should reflect the personalities of the couple. When planning the theme of your wedding think about where you met, some of your favorite places to go as a couple, colors that reflect your personality, and your favorite activities and figure out ways to illustrate these aspects of yourselves through your wedding décor. A sea-loving couple might wish to get married on a beach, or a beautiful garden can serve as the perfect background for an outdoorsy couple. While outdoors weddings are very popular, they often cause some concerns when it comes to decorations.

Garden weddings can be formal or informal, reflecting the personalities of the couple. Decorations for a more informal garden wedding might include simple flower stands holding multi-colored wildflowers, flower pots suspended from shepherds hooks, and uncovered white chairs. A more formal wedding may include a red or white carpet runner, formally arranged flowers potted in urns atop pedestals, and the aisle lined with topiary trees. Beach weddings tend to be less formal than ceremonies held in other places. With the ocean as a stunning backdrop, the decorations should be simple and reflective of the sand and sea. A sea grass runner is easier to walk on than sand while looking appropriately casual in this setting. White Bali flags, torch aisle markers, and a bamboo canopy will provide a touch of casual elegance. If you want to know more on the subject take a look at some garden and beach wedding decorations in Sydney.

Relax and have fun while concentrating on your unique tastes. Whether you choose an informal garden or beach wedding or opt for a formal garden wedding, simple touches that reflect your personality will leave your guests talking about your wedding for years to come.


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