Bold colors and maximalism in decor seem to become not just a trend but a direction in wedding decor and styling. Whether you like jewel tones or want some contrasting color combo, this trend is what you need.
a bright and chic wedding tablescape with a blush tablecloth, pink napkins, yellow and blue glasses, red and pink blooms and greenery is a cool idea
a bright wedding table setting with yellow, orange and white blooms, a peachy tablecloth and colorful plates, peachy candleholders and pink and orange blooms on the floor
a colorful wedding reception space decorated in hot pink, fuchsia, turquoise, blue, violet, with blooms, cages and candles
a neutral wedding tablescape with orange napkins and super bold blooms is a fantastic idea to enjoy color
a wedding tablescape accented with super colorful flowers, pink candles and orange napkins looks vibrant
a bold lush floral wedding arch from light pink to mauve, burgundy, peachy pink, orange and yellow florals is a statement idea
a bright and colorful wedding arch with bold blooms, pampas grass, tropical leaves and spray painted fronds is wow
a colorful tropical wedding arch with hot pink, light pink, rust, yellow and orange blooms and monstera leaves is a gorgeous decor idea
a colorful wedding with with burgundy, deep red, hot pink and yellow blooms and textural greenery is a pretty and bold idea
Outdoor weddings have always been popular but now they are really on top and everyone is striving outdoors even if the weather isn’t that good – at least for the ceremony. Merge with surroundings, get maximum of the gorgeous view your venue provides – this is all about having an outdoor wedding.
an outdoor boho wedding lounge with a green sofa, rattan chairs, a bench and a round coffee table, bright pillows and a doily teepee over the sofa
Florals have officially become the star of the show at weddings. The small but mighty decor piece can completely transform a venue instantly, which is why more couples are allocating more money to their floral budget to create over-the-top arrangements. From the backdrop to the reception centerpieces, we’re betting that 2023 weddings will be covered in flowers from floor to ceiling.
an enchanting garden wedding arch of a whimsy shape, with greenery and lots of blush blooms climbing up the arch
a stylish modern wedding reception table decorated with pink baby's breath and greenery with no foam and pink napkins and pillar candles
a pastel flower garden wedding ceremony space with greenery and pink bloom arches and floral arrangements on the ground
a jaw-dropping colorful wedding altar with blooms of all kinds and colors and pampas grass plus a lovely view
a fantastic and super lush wedding arch with pink, yellow and orange blooms and blooming branches plus pink baby's breath all over
Step aside boho, there’s a new look in town. Western wedding ideas are popular right now. A Western wedding isn’t quite a rustic wedding and it isn’t quite a country wedding. Instead, the idea centers on elevated takes on Western vibes. Think: cowhide patterns, lots of texture and modern neutral colors. A Western wedding is more likely to be hosted in a meadow under a tent with the Grand Tetons in the background rather than at a rustic barn with burlap decor. When it comes to Western wedding decorations, a big component is leaning into dried wedding flowers and foliage within floral arrangements and lots of mixed materials. From leather to wood to iron, you can build depth in your wedding design by rethinking which materials you utilize.
a beautiful Western fall wedding centerpiece of pretty rust-colored dried blooms, pampas grass and leaves is a lovely and rich-toned solution
a bold earthy tone dried wedding bouquet of billy balls, bunny tails, king proteas, ferns, lunaria and astilbe is ideal for a fall boho bride
a wedding aisle lined up with eucalyptus, burgundy and rust blooms and pampas grass is ideal fro a Western wedding
a Western boho tablescape with pampas grass, orange and rust blooms, greenery, potted plants and neutral napkins
a round wedding arch decorated with pampas grass, roses of various shades and greenery is great for a Western boho wedding
a beautiful Western wedding tablescape with pampas grass, rust roses, rust and black candles and white porcelain
a boho Western wedding ceremony space with an arch decorated with pampas grass and greenery, cowhide rugs on the aisle
a Western wedding tablescape with orange blooms, potted cacti, candles, woven placemats, emerald napkins is amazing
a Western wedding arch done with blusha nd burgundy blooms, greenery and pampas grass plus a cowhide rug
a bright mid-Western wedding table setting with dark blooms and greenery, colored glasses and amber candles, rust and orange touches
Disco Wedding Decor
Ready to hit the dance floor with a disco wedding? Now is your chance. Retro and disco-themed weddings are a trend that began in the ’70s and have circled back for a second time. The best way to bring this to life is through the inclusion of plenty of metallic and mirrored details. Disco is always a vibrant theme to keep for the welcome party or other prewedding events. With so many ways to emulate disco, such as sequins, prismatics, and bold florals, it can be freshened up by tying in unique elements that are personal to the couple.
a bold wedding decoration of disco balls, bright blooms and greenery is a stylish and cool idea to rock