Ceremony Décor

Though it’s the most important part of a wedding day, the ceremony is the space where your guests will spend the least amount of time—so this is not the place to blow your budget. 

choose interesting benches or chairs, and sprinkle in personalized elements such as a welcome sign and ceremony programs. Newer trends in ceremony décor include hanging decor elements over the aisle

Reception Décor

The reception is where your guests will spend most of their time, so it makes sense for it to take up most of your wedding décor budget. You’ll want to focus the majority on tabletop décor (more on that in a moment), and how you allocate the rest depends largely on how many people will be attending.

Like lighting, draping can also go a long way to making a reception feel more intimate and luxe. It’s also very versatile and can be used to cover up plain walls, hide things, or separate spaces.

Table Décor

Dinner is the longest your guests will remain in one place at your wedding, so where they sit should be stunning.

Florals are a must. do tend to look a little bare without flowers. Mixing high and low arrangements throughout the room for dimension and visual balance but has a rule on exactly how high and how those high and low arrangements can be. 

personalized cheese plates at every seat, chargers laser-cut with guest names, or, for a less expensive option, menus with guests’ names written at the top.

At the ceremony, welcome guests and give instructions about seating arrangements and phone usage (unplugged ceremony, anyone?) with outside wedding decorations and cute signs. Accents like flowers, tulle or ribbon bows, and an aisle runner create a pretty backdrop for your procession. And accessories for your flower girls, ring bearers, and pets ensure that everyone is ready to celebrate.

  • Welcome Sign
  • Seating instructions sign
  • Ceremony program
  • Aisle runner
  • Aisle decorations
  • Ceremony arch/backdrop
  • Flower girl basket and rose petals
  • Ring pillow
  • Pet signs or pet outfits
  • Unity ceremony set or sand ceremony set
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