What is a wedding without the proper wedding decorations to bring it all together.
Once you’ve gotten down to the nitty gritty of your wedding style, think about your venue. It might already have a lot of existing charm or otherwise decorative features, such as built-in accent walls, landscaped gardens, fountains. Consider how you can design your wedding decor to highlight those details, and how you can benefit from using them. Depending on the venue, you might be able to skip decor in some areas, thanks to the existing elements. If you’re getting married at an outside venue such as a beach, lakefront, or anywhere with a view, you may not need much decor to begin with. In fact, going overboard with decor could detract from your venue’s scenery, which we’re guessing is one of the reasons you chose it in the first place.
“Decorative essentials” — ceremony aisle markers, the altar backdrop, reception centerpieces, table numbers, and table linens (if you want them). While none of these items are must-haves in terms of functionality, they play a big role in transforming the look and feel of your wedding space, especially centerpieces. Whether you’re going with lavish hanging arrangements or simple votive candles and greenery, the centerpieces will be main focal points in your reception space and should directly tie into your wedding style by incorporating the same colors and overall vibe.