Wedding Decoration Ideas
These days, there seems to be the idea that not hiring a wedding planner or a day-or coordinator is essentially committing wedding malice, but that couldn’t be further from the truth, especially considering the amount of DIY wedding decorations out there. If you are under that umbrella of savvy or economical couples who want to handle the planning process independently, get ready for the best temporary wedding planner your ceremony will ever see. To make your life a door handle much easier, we have completed various DIY wedding decorations that you and your partner can pursue easily and elegantly for the big day.
And, fear not, On crafty couples-every suggestion on our list is a realistic DIY project that doesn’t require a ton of skill or expertise. We are talking about affordable floral arrangements, table runners and centerpieces for decorating the reception tablecape in your own hands, light garlands that you can easily hang by yourself, and much more.
1. Organize Your Own Bouquets
Bouquet arrangements should come from the heart and speak to who you are as an individual, therefore, in this sense, they should make it easy on your own. Pick foraged flowers, local greenery, picks right in the garden or fill them with loose stems from a local florist or growers ‘ market to create your custom blend. For the finishing touch, wrap the base in ribbon or leave long traces of fabric to add a little fluidity. You can also get sentimental with a shirt cuff or a strip of fabric from your grandmother’s wedding dress. Safe with pins, a heirloom brooch or a meaningful souvenir.
2. Package Of Buttonholes
If you can tackle the task of bundling a bridal bouquet, you can absolutely throw together a boutonniere or two—these are just small posies after all. Feel free to use the same mixture of bouquets, but with a slightly more masculine approach, and tie them with ribbon or rope. Here, a mix of lavender sprigs and olive leaves to match the couple’s French Chateau wedding.
3.Weave a pair of flower wreaths
That’s how a child could do it! Cool as carefully cultivated crown weaving skills from your childhood and braid some flower wreaths for your bridal party or little carers. No need to be too capacious, a simple garland is so soft. Or use fresh greens, ferns, foraged flowers, garden finds, baby breath, chamomile or dried flowers for an organic touch. We especially love rabbit tails for their rustic elegance and youthful innocence.
4.Whipping a pet collar
And while you’re at it, why not a little flair for your stealthiest parent. Weave a collar in the same way that you would have a floral crown, but tie the ends with a ribbon so that it can be adjusted to your pet and easily. Attach a ring pillow if they also act as a ring holder for the day.
5.Arrangement of a comfort station
Be the perfect hostess you are taking into account the needs of the guests. A comfort station is the perfect way to make sure they have everything they need to fully enjoy the festivities. Visualize all your wedding plans to better understand how the day will unfold and collect a few things that you think are all stressors such as umbrellas, blankets, slippers, etc.can reduce. Then collect ships such as baskets, barrels and logs to display these artfully in a stunning visual.