Think of the bohemian style as being artistic, nonconformist and original but not lacking elegance or beauty. It’s an experimental style which doesn’t suit everyone but which can be exactly what you’re looking for if you have a personality that is best described by the adjectives we’ve just used. Evidently, the wedding décor should suit your style so let’s see how you can decorate the tables for a boho chic wedding.
There are tons of things you need to take care of before the wedding and most of them have to do with the guests. But what about you guys? The newly weds are actually the most important two persons that day. All the attention is on them which is why sweetheart table actually exist.
Both purple and violet have special meaning in terms of color psychology. For example, they both represent the future, the imagination and dreams and given these details they become inspiring options when choosing the color theme of the wedding cake. Although the look can be a bit unusual, a purple wedding cake can really impress.
Not all wedding centerpieces have to include flowers. In fact, they’d be a lot more interesting if they didn’t. But what other options are there? More than you imagine actually. For example, the next best thing would be to use succulents or tree branches in your centerpieces. You can arrange them in vases or planters just like flowers.
A red rose is almost as suggestive as a hearth. They’re both symbolic for Valentine’s Day so imagine adding to that the fact that this day could also be your wedding day. So how do you plan the décor for such a romantic event? Red roses are your best friend. There are tons of wonderful ways to use them.
Whenever a wedding occurs on a special day such as Christmas or Valentine’s Day, the whole way in which you plan this event changes and with it the entire décor ideas usually employed for this occasion. A Valentine’s Day wedding asks for some special tablescapes and here are a few ideas you can use.
Sure, it’s easy to delegate all the tasks that need to be taken care of before your wedding day to professionals but the whole experience would be more personal and unique if you were to also include a little of DIY charm. And you don’t have to do everything yourself as long as you have friends and relatives willing to help.
Winter weddings can be really dreamy, especially if there’s a lot of snow. But the low temperatures and the fact that it’s….well…winter, means things are not as cozy as they would be in other circumstances. Or are they? Knitted accessories create instant coziness and they’re your best friend so let’s see how they can be of use when planning a winter wedding.